What's on in Guerilla Bay
Guerilla Bay is ideally placed on the north edge Burrewarra Point, which is a large, picturesque headland south of Batemans Bay in the Eurobodalla Region on the South Coast of New South Wales. Guerilla Bay is very good location for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, diving and snorkelling. Guerilla Bay has very fascinating rock formations that are worth exploring and enjoying. There are numerous very good diving spots and snorkelling locations along the edges of both headlands. There are very good bushwalking and mountain bike trails through the expanse of Banksia forests on the headland including the scenic pathway to the lighthouse. There are very good views of Mt Dromedary, Montague Island, and south to Malua Bay. There are many fabulous fishing spots in the area and the beach and from
the rocks at Burrewarra Point, Guerilla Bay and Jimmies Island and the major species targeted are snapper, tuna, kingfish, tailor, bream, Australian Salmon, luderick and flathead. Malua Bay has numerous well liked diving locations, including: Black Rock, the Bubble Cave and the Arch. From Guerilla Bay it is just a few minutes walk to an excellent surfing beach that is sheltered and suitable for young children as it is sheltered by Jimmy`s Island. There are six other beaches in the vicinity as well as bush walks, stunning views and a lovely lighthouse. Moruya and Batemans Bay have a wide range of entertainment venues, cafes, restaurants, taverns and licensed clubs. Living Room looking out in the direction of Broulee Island. Fabulous Guerilla Bay sandy seashore boasts large surfing and bathing.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities