Granite Falls walking track offers an easy amble through eucalypt-dominated bushland. Check out robust stringybark, red bloodwood and turpentine trees as you go, and brush
Abrahams Bosom Reserve
One of the favourites for the adventurer within, this walk takes you to some of the most remote beaches and provides unrivalled access to the famous sea cliffs through the spectacular Gosangs
Tunnel. There’s nothing quite like getting on your hands and knees, crawling through a cave and emerging on a cliff face to make you feel like a trailblazer.
There are multiple route options on this walk. The main circuit is called Coomies Walk and takes you all the way around the headland, however they highly recommend some detours. The first detour is the shorter Wreck Walk which takes you past Whale Point, Wilsons Beach and the 1928 shipwreck of the S.S.Merimbula. If you are looking to do a shorter walk, the Wreck Walk only takes about an hour and is great with kids. If you choose to continue along Coomies Walk you will be treated to many other exciting stop offs including Lobster Bay (great snorkelling), Mermaids Inlet (popular for fishing) and the spectacular Gosangs Tunnel.
The area contains sites of local Aboriginal cultural heritage. Please respect the significance of the sites and objects and leave them undisturbed.