What's on in Wallaga Lake, NSW

The small holiday centre of Wallaga Lake is located just 5 km north of the charming holiday township of Bermagui on the shores of Wallaga Lake. It is home to the famous Wallaga Lake Resort that offers a wide range of accommodation options from camping to caravan sites to 4 star waterfront villas. Wallaga Lake is one of the biggest lakes on the far south Coast of New South Wales with excellent facilities fishing, sailing, canoeing and all types of boating and outstanding scenery. Murunna Point lies at the entrance to Wallaga Lake, which receives drainage from Narira and Dignams Creeks. Wallaga lake is mostly about 3 - 6 metres in depth, which is ideal for fishing and boating and the tidal limit is located about 4 km upstream in Dignams Creek and so kost of the waterways are saline and support estuarines species of fish such as bream, luderick, flathead and Australian Bass. The remains of many Aboriginal middens, dotted around the shores of the lake are reminders of the Aboriginal heritage of the area over thousands of years. The Umbarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre showcases this heritage and dipslays modern examples of the Yuin people`s artefacts and art work. The Centre also offers information and guided tours. Wallaga Lake fishing is famous for its wonderful sailing, water skiing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, paddling and all types boating. Visitors can hire boats from Regatta Point or Beauty Point and there are many great boat ramps along the shoreline for launching your own boat and there is a jetty. The area is also renowned for its wildlife and birdlife with over 190 species of birds recorded in the Wallaga Lake and Mount Dromedary region. Koalas, lyrebirds and swamp wallabies are often seen in the area. A good place for swimming and surfing is Camel Rock Beach. Wallaga Lake is surrounded by a wealth of natural habitats including, secluded surf beaches, wetlands, estuaries and tidal coastal lagoons, and the forested slopes of Mount Dromedary in Guluga National Park.Bermugaui has a range of entertainment and amusement venues including taverns and licensed clubs.

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Tathra Beach Bowling Club
Tathra Hotel
Pambula Merimbula Golf Club
Country Club Sapphire
Merimbula Lakeview Hotel
Merimbula RSL Club
Bega RSL Club
Club Sapphire Tura
Club Sapphire Merimbula
Grand Hotel, Bega Dining
Robbie Burns Hotel, Wyndham
Candelo Hotel
Commercial Hotel, Bega
Bank Hotel, Bega
Browny`s Bega Hotel
Grand Hotel, Bega
Great Southern Inn, Eden
Royal Willows Hotel/Motel, Pambula
Australasia Hotel, Eden
Eden Valley Hotel
Tathra Hotel
Bermagui Beach Hotel

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