What's on in Wonboyn Lake, NSW
Wonboyn Lake is a delightful holiday and recreational destination located about 20 km south of Eden on the Sapphire Coast of Southern NSW. The lake has a total length of about 11 km long and the connection to the ocean is through a small narrow channel into Disaster Bay near Eden. There are lovely picnic areas, parks and BBQ facilities at both ends of Disaster Bay at Greenglades and Baycliff. Wonboyn Lake adjoins the Nadgee/Croajingolong Wilderness area and nature reserves, which provide excellent bushwalking, bird watching, ecotours, and nature appreciation opportunities showcasing the unique fauna and flora in the area. Wonboyn Lake is surrounded by secluded and pristine beaches, scenic coastal landscapes, intriguing forests and nature reserves, abundant wildlife and birdlife and offers
a host of things to see and do. Tathra, Eden and Bega offer a variety of entertainment and amusement options including cinemas, clubs, taverns and a wonderful range of cafes and restaurants The Wonboyn Lake area is an ideal vacation spot for families and couples who enjoys its beautiful coastal landscapes and scenery, fascinating villages, bushwalking, mountain biking, swimming, sailing, surfing, boating, bird watching, scuba diving, snorkelling and fishing. Wonboyn is renowned for its fishing, and boasts some of the best lake, boat, beach, rock, estuary and game fishing on the far South Coast. Anglers mostly target whiting, bream, flathead, luderick, flounder, jewfish, trevally, and tailor. Beach fishers mostly aim to catch - flathead, bream, tailor, whiting and Australian salmon.
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