Eurobodalla offers all sorts of walks. Choose from long or short, fast-paced or leisurely, easy or difficult, bushwalks, beach saunters, island treks or mountain tracks.

Eurobodalla has countless walks to discover along the coast, state forests, national parks, villages and towns.

Gulaga walk

Gulaga, the backdrop to Tilba, is the ancestral origin of the Aboriginal Yuin people. The mountain symbolises their mother and provides a basis for spiritual identity. The steep track up the mountain was built for gold miners in 1884, but a guided walk by local Yuin people is the best way to immerse yourself in the true spirit of the land. You can do it yourself, and a track leaves from behind the old ‘Pam’s Store’, now an incredible café called La Galette. It’s roughly a five-hour return walk and the trail is easy to follow, gently guiding you through deep green rainforest and past magnificent granite tors, sacred to the Yuin women of the south coast of NSW.

For a full immersion in the world’s oldest living culture take the Gulaga Creation Tour. This 40 hour experience with Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness is delivered by the traditional custodians of Yuin country, who invite you to come, walk and listen to a sacred dreaming of creation that Gulaga holds, and enable you to experience firsthand ceremony and dreaming stories that have been passed down.

Bingie dreaming track

One of the most significant Aboriginal and coastal walks in Eurobodalla is the Bingie Dreaming Track, south of Moruya.

This coastal walk within the Eurobodalla National Park is of immense cultural significance to the traditional landowners. Indigenous tours explain its songlines as invisible threads with messages about food, water, laws and seasons. It also talks to the relationship between prominent points like Gulaga Mountain and Montague Island (Baranguba), being important women’s and men’s places.

Tour guides from Minga Aboriginal Cultural Services introduce the land as a living person – “the earth is our mother, the sky is our father, the oceans are our brothers and the rivers our sisters.” Tours can touch on other traditional and educational components such as bush tucker, medicine, language and crafts like making fire and whistling up snakes.

The track is accessible by foot (via Eurobodalla National Park), by car from the highway and Moruya or by the South Coast Seaplane Tour. A 13.5km path follows a traditional song-line taken by Brinja-Yuin people for thousands of years. You’ll see traces of shell middens on this track, which stretches from Congo to Tuross Head in the south.

Other inspiring walks to explore include:

Mangrove walk, Cullendulla Creek nature Reserve
Myrtle and Dark Beach, ancient headlands walk, Murramarang National Park
Banksia walk, Burrewarra Point
Broulee Island Nature Reserve
Lake Brou to Potato Point

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Bendethera Caves Walking Trek

The Bendethera Caves Walking Trek is only accessible by four wheel drive via Moruya. It is part of the Deua National Park; a stunning and rugged part of Eurobodalla. The walking trail itself is an eight kilometre round trip with some dramatic terrain in its final stages.

Bendethera Caves Walking Trek

Broulee Island Nature Reserve Walk

Broulee Island is joined to the mainland by a permanent sandbar and is always accessible. Find it at the southern end of North Broulee Beach or park at Broulee Surf Club and head north around the rocks to Shark Bay, where a short beach walk leads you to the island. Photographers will enjoy the ocean vistas across pristine rock pools. The walk features native plants and is known for birdlife, including the superb fairy wren and white-bellied sea eagle.

Broulee Island Nature Reserve Walk

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  • Whales off Broulee Island
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  • Corn Trail walking track path, Monga National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd
Corn Trail Walking Track

Take a journey back in time and follow a route that has been used for thousands of years. Popular today with bushwalkers and horse riding groups, Corn Trail walking track was originally used by Aboriginals on their seasonal travels between the coast and the tablelands, then later by European settlers on pack horses carrying supplies.

Corn Trail Walking Track

No Name Mountain Road, Buckenbowra

Minga Cultural Experiences

Share genuine aboriginal cultural experiences and the rich diversity of aboriginal heritage with culture camps, walking tours, or a range of cultural activities including bush food, fire making, aboriginal art and much more.

Minga Cultural Experiences

Corner Princes Highway and Bingie Road, Bergalia



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  • Cultural tour guide Trish Ellis
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  • Guide Paul Dickson
  • Nature Engagement Tours
  • Pinkwood Creek, Deua National Park
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Nature Engagement Tours

Nature Engagement Tours operate in areas of natural beauty many kilometres from cities. New South Wales Far South coast is the focus of the tours and, specifically, that state's National Parks.

Nature Engagement Tours

Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness

Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness (NNCA) was established in 2011 and is an Aboriginal owned and operated Cultural service provider on the South Coast of NSW, near Narooma and the Tilba region on Yuin country.

Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness

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  • Cleansing
  • Sunrise Ceremony
  • Fire Stories
  • Story Telling
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  • Amazing sunsets
  • Oyster Farm Kayak Tour, Eurobodalla NSW
  • Glass Bottom Kayak Tour
  • Guerrilla Bay Tour
  • Batemans Harbour Tour
  • Sunset fun Region X sea kayaking
  • Kayak Hire Mossy Point
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Region X Sea Kayak and Camping Adventures

Explore the beautiful and Unspoilt South Coast of NSW Australia and join a range of highly recommended Nature Based Experiences with multi award winning Region X.

Region X Sea Kayak and Camping Adventures

Region X Boat Shed, Mossy Point




Tilba Talks Heritage Walks, Walking Tours

Experience a Historical guided a walk through the National Trust Village of Central Tilba, nestled in the arms of Mount Gulaga in the Far South Coast.

Tilba Talks Heritage Walks, Walking Tours

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  • Local history
  • Local history
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  • Built-in 1884
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  • Najanuga
  • Tilba talks Heritage walks walking tour town and Country
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