Walks, tracks and Trails in Eurobodalla

Choose from long or short, fast-paced or leisurely, easy or difficult, bushwalks, beach tracks, island treks or mountain trails.

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

The Bingi Dreaming Track and the Gulaga Mountain walk are significant indigenous walking trails and lead through New South Wales National Parks. These tracks and trails are among the harder options for walkers. For an easier walk that leads you through magnificent coastal forests and rewards with spectacular cliff top views (and prime whale watching from land in Spring) try  the Banksia walk. 

You can find more popular walks, tracks and trails in our Walks and Trails itinerary.

You can find more popular walks, tracks and trails in our Walks and Trails itinerary.

NSW National Parks walks in Eurobodalla

Murramarang South Coast Walk

Bushwalking in Murramarang National Park

Murramarang National Park  stretches north from Batemans Bay. This spectacular 3-day, 34km coastal walk starts at Pretty Beach, just south of Ulladulla, and weaves along the stunning coastline past Depot Beach and Durras Beach, and finishes at Maloneys Beach just north of Batemans Bay.
Walk the undisturbed coastline, along secluded sandy beaches and coves, across rugged headlands and rock platforms. Make your way through spotted gum forests and sheltered rainforest gullies.
Expect to encounter wildlife like the iconic eastern grey
kangaroos dozing on beaches, more than 90 bird species, lizards and monitors, and migrating whales during the winter months.

From immersive camping experiences to stays in the comfort of a coastal cabin, do the Murramarang South Coast Walk your way.

Image credit: Remy Brand/DPE

Murramarang: A Hiking destination

This national park, a few minutes north of Batemans Bay on the south coast of New South Wales, carries a network of short and long walking tracks. It is an extremely popular destination for hikers of all fitness levels. 

Walks are accessed from South or North Durras, with some of the most interesting coastal hikes leading south from the village of South Durras where the southern end of the vast 208 million year old Sydney Sandstone Basin gives way to even more ancient geological formations.

Gulaga Mountain walk

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Gulaga is an ancestral icon of the Aboriginal Yuin people

Managed by New South Wales National Parks, Gulaga Mountain is within the Gulaga National Park and is one of the best walks to experience the natural environment of the hinterland of the Great Dividing Range in Eurobodalla. Gulaga mountain is a place of significant spiritual and cultural significance to the local indigenous community. A guided walk by local Yuin people will give walkers a cultural experience and deeper appreciation of the mother mountain. 

 The steep track up the mountain was built for gold miners in 1884 and continues to serve hikers today. The track starts behind the old ‘Pam’s Store’, now a French style creperie called La Galette, in historic Tilba Tilba. It’s a 4-5 hour return walk which will lead through deep green rainforest and past magnificent granite tors, historical features that are sacred to the Yuin women of the south coast of NSW.

Bingi Dreaming Track

One of the most significant Aboriginal and coastal walks in Eurobodalla

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 shares the relationship between prominent points like Gulaga Mountain and Barunguba Montague Island, being important women’s and men’s places.

It is one of the best walks for experiencing natural coastal environments, leading hikers along sweeping beaches, over headlands, rocky outcrops and tidal estuaries.

Easy tracks and trails

Walking doesn’t have to be strenuous. Eurobodalla has boardwalks, paved pathways and gentle bush walks for a leisurely amble through forests, conservation reserves, historic parks and villages. Try the Mill Bay boardwalk in Narooma or a bush track in the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden.

Burrewarra Point Banksia Walk

Banksia bushwalk
A clifftop headland shrouded in an incredible native Banksia forest

An easy walk on a sandy track will take you through the forest, past an old WW2 communications bunker and onto a lookout platform. Continue further around the point to see the headland beacon and southerly for a series of spectacular clifftop views which are perfect for landbased whale watching during the spring migration.

Exercise caution on the walk as there are no guard rails or safety fences along the cliff tops.

Walks, scenic trails and tracks brochure

Inside find an overview and directions to 23 of the most popular walks and trails in Eurobodalla, including:

  • Walks in Murramarang National Park
  • Cullendulla Mangrove walk
  • Broulee Island
  • Bingi Dreaming track
  • Mummaga Lake walk
  • Mill Bay Boardwalk
  • Mystery Bay to 1080 Beach
  • Gulaga Mountain walk
  • The Big Hole and Marble Arch
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Other Popular walks

Start of the Gulaga Mountain walk at Tilba Tilba is at La Galette (formerly Pam’s Store) in the historic village of Tilba Tilba. Magnificent granite tors and lush forest are a feature of the mountain hike,

 If Gulaga Mountain is beyond your fitness levels, the Belllbrook Farm Loop is an easier option that will lead you to the foothills of Gulaga. It is accessed from Station Street in Central Tilba, behind the historic Dromedary Hotel. 

Eurobodalla has a great variety of popular bushwalks in national parks. Murramarang National park has several fascinating walks that lead to pretty beaches, headlands and ancient rock formations.

Mill Bay Boardwalk is an easy walk that leads you over the waters of the Wagonga Inlet in Narooma. You can extend this walk beyond Apex park and walk all the way to Dalmeny in a shared pathway.