Meeting by the lakes edge outside the historic Conjola Post Office & Shop, the route for this guided eco-walk includes lakeside, bush and beach. You'll hear stories of natural environment, flora and fauna (and some surprising local history!) as we wander along the lake edge with binoculars handy for a closer look at the abundant birdlife. Kangaroo sightings are guaranteed on this walk, and lakeside is where we're most likely to see them.
Next, via a boardwalk through the bush, you'll visit 3 fabulously placed look-outs with stunning vistas of lake and coast, before emerging on beautiful Conjola beach.
Walks along the sea shore vary seasonally. You might see whales, dolphins, endangered beach-nesting birds (and surfers catching a break off Green Island). Leaving the beach via a walk over sand dunes - looking out for wildlife tracks & seasonal plants - we follow the lake edge back to finish near Conjola Entrance boat ramp, with views over to Conjola National Park.
Bushfire Update Feb 2020
Conjola District was badly affected by recent bushfires, and we'll share some stories of this challenging time with you on the tour. Luckily the tour route wasn't burnt so no changes there, but a heads up the national park views are no longer lush and green.
Your visit will have a positive impact on our bushfire affected community - thank you.
Other things to note
COVID 19 update - June 20th 2020.
This experience is fully compliant with NSW govt regulations, including social distancing.
Reduced numbers - 8 visitors per tour. If you prefer though, this experience can also be booked private tour.