Surrounded by forest and teeming with wildlife, North Durras is home to one of the most pristine waterways in New South Wales.
Surrounded by the Murramarang National Park south of Ulladulla, North Durras is situated on the entrance to Lake Durras, one of the most pristine coastal waterways in NSW.
WHAT TO DO IN North Durras
The village itself comprises mainly private holiday homes, some of which are available for rental while camping and caravan parks in the village offer campsite and cabin accommodation. There is also a Bed & Breakfast and a small convenience store. The entrance of the lake to the sea is made through a vast area of clear sandy pools which are a delight for children and all who enjoy swimming in still waters. Only a hundred metres or so away from the pools is the magnificent North Durras Beach, one of the best on the coast. Access to the lake is made from a boat ramp in the North Durras village and while high powered boats and jet skis are discouraged, smaller fishing boats and canoes can enjoy excellent fishing and secluded boating on this pristine lake. The Murramarang National Park in which the village is located is renowned for its magnificent spotted gum forests, abundant wildlife and unique biodiversity.