South Coast New South Wales
Between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay, the wonderful Murramarang National Park offers coastal camping.
At Pebbly Beach, you can get close to the friendly eastern grey kangaroos.
Straddling the Great Dividing Range inland from Nowra, Morton Nat
Wonboyn Lake, 30 km south of Eden, is one of the most secluded spots on the coast.
Adjacent to the Nadgee Croajingolong Wilderness area, Wonboyn makes an ideal retreat. Here pristine forests give way to unspoilt beaches with rolling surf, and the
The village of Mogo, 10 km south of Batemans Bay, is a relic from the past a one-time goldmining village that has been given the kiss of life by the superb collection of galleries, craft shops and cafés that have sprung up there.
Start at the Kiama Visitors Centre on Blowhole Point, drive the loop past the Lighthouse and Blowhole, turn right on Terralong Street, then left at the roundabout onto Manning Street.
Travel south and join the Princes Highway at Kiama Heights.