Bongil Bongil National Park
there is a lovely 3 km walking track through the rain forest just on the other side of the sand dunes, starting at Tuckers Rock just a 15 minute walk up the beach.
Just on your doorstep at Ambers, bushwalking and a maze of creeks that can be explored with local tourist operators,
A lovely leafy wide open space set on the banks of the Bonville Creek, good for BBQ's & picnics with shelters, toilets & a pontoon down on the water
Bluff loop walking track is a great track for kids or anyone keen to explore the lush, coastal forests of Bongil Bongil National Park.
“It is authentic. Run by two Japanese ladies, the food is tasty and beautifully presented. I love Japanese food and I love this food. ”
“A little bit retro, a little bit trendy. This funky space is all that without being pretentious. This boutique bar features local craft beers and a delicious menu prepared with local produce. Live music/band are regularly booked. To reserve a table call 0429 902 959.”
“Arguably the better location to dine at than the Jetty, due to recent fit out and space. You can book online or order takeaway here too. ”
“The skywalk is free. The Lyrebird Link Track is the walk I like the best, but there are many to choose from.”
“Great, All Press coffee and breakfasts. Try the Gluten Free Banana Bread with Ricotta and Cinammon, they also do a Mango Orange frappe which is a great pick-me-up for travellers.”