Explore the region on foot

With huge amounts of the Shoalhaven officially declared wilderness, it’s easy to escape the buzz of modern life and tread the less travelled paths. We have so many walks of different shapes and sizes, but here are a few you might want to try. Please note that some trails remain closed for due to bushfire damage or COVID-19 restrictions, please check ahead with National Parks and Wildlife Services, Forests Corporation NSW, Beecroft Weapons Range and Booderee National Park.

 

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Point Perpendicular Lighthouse
Drive through natural scrub and beautiful spring wildflowers to Point Perpendicular Lighthouse, and the spectacular escarpment at Jervis Bay. There is no access to the
Botanic Gardens, Booderee National Park
Booderee Botanic Gardens are the only Aboriginal-owned botanic gardens in Australia. Here visitors can learn about bush tucker and medicinal uses of plants and the
Hare Bay
Hare Bay is popular with boaties, paddle boarders and kayakers because of the calm water and proximity to Callala Bay.
Hole in the Wall Beach
Hole in the Wall Beach gets its name from the sandstone rock wall with a hole in it at the end of the beach.
Kitty Beach
Kitty Beach is one of the Shoalhaven’s most remote beaches. It can be accessed on foot from the St Georges Head Track in Booderee National

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