Explore nature at its finest in Termeil NSW, wedged between various beautiful National Parks - Morton, Meroo and Murramarang.
Termeil NSW is a bushland area about halfway between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay and to the south of Lake Termeil. The surrounding National Parks and State Forests provide an area rich in biodiversity as well as offering amazing views.
WHAT TO DO IN Termeil
Yadboro State Forest provides a popular camping spot inland from Termeil for those looking for a real bush camping experience. Yadboro Flat offers a scenic and quiet campground as well as a peaceful picnic area along the banks of the Clyde River, and if you are a keen fisherman you can even catch your lunch as this area is known for great bass fishing. Other ways to enjoy the area include four wheel driving, bushwalking, canoeing and swimming in the long, deep pools of the pristine Clyde River. Adventure further into the wilderness areas of Morton National Park and Meroo National Park, with Flat Rock State Forest and Termeil State Forest also nearby. Just south of Termeil lies the sepctacular beachside Murramarang National Park famous for towering trees and surfing kangaroos. Challenge yourself by taking on some of the impressive and picturesque National Park bushwalks and reward yourself afterwards with one of the famous East Lynne Store’s drool worthy savoury and sweet pies. Arguably one of the most beautiful districts of the Shoalhaven, you can’t help but feel inspired with the rugged Australian bushland and abundance of interesting fauna and flora the area has to offer.