Burrewarra Point has a charming walk through mature Banksia forest with views up and down the coast and west to the hinterland. It is a fine vantage point to spot whales during their southerly migration from early September to late November. In autumn, the large grey-green flower spikes of the banksias open, attracting a variety of nectar eating birds. Please note the cliff edges are not fenced making the walk unsuitable for toddlers and young children.
Length: 1.5km return
Time: 50 minutes
Access: Guerilla Bay turnoff on George Bass drive, south of Batemans Bay. Drive to the end of Burri Point Road where you'll find a small carpark and the start of the track.
Below: Coastal Banksia (banksia spinulosa)