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Wonboyn Lake Retreat

PO Box 420 Eden, Wonboyn Lake NSW 2551

Wonboyn Lake Waterfront Resort is nestled on the shores of Lake Wonboyn, an area renowned for its breathtaking beauty of waterways, wilderness and wildlife.

The Resort is located on the picturesque lake front which is accessed down the stepping stones of a by gone era. The majestic towering eucalyptus gums welcomes you to this unique destination.

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Wonboyn Lake Accommodation - Nadgee by Nature Cottages

24 Adelaide Ave , Wonboyn Lake NSW 2551
Nadgee Cottages, located at Wonboyn Lake NSW are positioned at the southern tip of The Sapphire Coast. Comfortable and well appointed 3 bedroom, self contained cottages nestle on 38 acres enabling you to experience the solitude and tranquillity of this pristine region. The immediate area is home to an abundance of bird species, and native wildlife. A short excursion will have you relaxing on a deserted beach or exploring the rocky outcrops of historic Disaster Bay. Finish your day in the comfort of your own private cottage, alone with the sounds of the wilderness, in an area of natural beauty.
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Saltwater Creek Campground

Unnamed Road, Green Cape NSW 2551
If you love remote and intimate camping, far from the crowds, you'll love the dramatic coastal setting of Saltwater Creek campground in Ben Boyd National Park, on the far south coast. Not far from Eden, it's the perfect getaway for nature-loving campers keen to escape the hustle and bustle of the modern world. Once you've set up the tent ... Visit website for more info...

Green Cape Lighthouse Keepers Cottages

Green Cape Road, Green Cape NSW 2551
Perched on the edge of a peninsula, the beautifully restored keepers cottages offer heritage accommodation with fireplaces and expansive coastal vistas from the verandas. There are three cottages available for rent. Cottages One and Two each sleep a maximum of five people with their own bathroom and a shared kitchen. Cottage Three sleeps a maximum of eight people, and has its own kitchen and bathroom. Take a guided tour of the lighthouse, traverse part of the Light to Light walk or explore the surrounding National Park. Green Cape is an exent place to watch whales, dolphins and seals. Take in stunning views and keep an eye out for bandicoots, wombats or the elusive ground parrot - they're often seen or heard nearby. Enjoy the isolation of this heritage listed property nestled within Australia's Coastal Wilderness.

Green Cape Lighthouse

Green Cape, Green Cape NSW 2551
The Green Cape Lighthouse was the first cast concrete lighthouse tower in Australia. At 29 metres it is the state's second tallest light. The lightstation is situated on a point of land projecting from Ben Boyd National Park, 22 kilometres south of Two Fold Bay, Eden. It is the southernmost lighthouse in New South Wales. Problems occurred during construction when a 6 metre white clay belt was discovered forcing the foundation to be dug to 9 metres altogether. The original Chance Brothers revolving lantern was fuelled by kerosene and mantle, and produced 100,000 candelas for a radius of 34km. The light was electrified in 1962 and upgraded to 1,000,000 candelas in 1967. The tower has since been replaced by the latest automated steel lattice skeleton tower with a solar powered light....

Nadgee Wilderness Walk

Nadgee Nature Reserve, Nadgee NSW 2551
If you're looking for the ultimate coastal hike, Nadgee Wilderness Walk could possibly be the one. Not for the faint-hearted, it's a four-day 50 kilometre hike along untouched pieces of southern New South Wales coastline from Merrica River to Mallacoota, and well worth experiencing. In a truly isolated and spectacular environment, you'll discover remote beaches, rugged coastline, tranquil lagoons and shifting sand dunes. As you walk, you'll easily become a birdwatcher - hundreds of seabirds can be seen along the way, such as short-tailed shearwaters and gannets. Whales can be seen making their annual migration between September and November. You'll need to be an experienced backpack camper to explore the entirety of this walk. Little Creek Estuary, Bunyip Hole and Nadgee River campgrounds, to name a few, are great places to settle down for the evening. Walkers staying overnight require a permit, contact the Merimbula NPWS for more details. ...