Narrawallee Inlet walking track Trail Hiking Australia
  • Length: 9km

  • Duration: 3hrs

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: Circuit

  • Start: Narrawallee Creek Rd, Lake Conjola

  • End: Narrawallee Creek Rd, Lake Conjola

  • Location: Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve

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  • Distance from CBD: 225 km

  • State: NSW

  • Latitude: -35.27080339

  • Longitude: 150.4716399

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Narrawallee Inlet walking track is a 9km, grade 3 circuit hike, located in the Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, New South Wales. The hike should take approximately 3hrs to complete.

Hike Summary

Leading through a delightful array of unspoilt coastal forests and waterways, the natural beauty of Narrawallee Inlet walking track is bound to enliven the senses and revive the spirit. Situated in Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, north of Ulladulla, this moderate walk is ideal for birdwatchers, cyclists and bushwalkers who love to get away from it all.
As you wind through the forest on foot or mountain bike, be sure to look out for the ancient burrawang palms that hark back to the times of the dinosaurs. The majestic swamp mahogany is an important food source for the threatened swift parrot and regent honeyeater.
Don't forget the binoculars as the remote beaches and pristine wetlands attract a huge variety of waterbirds including the hooded plover, pied oystercatcher and little tern. For more birdwatching spots, check out nearby Pattimores Lagoon.

About the region

Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve, on the NSW South Coast near Ulladulla, is ideal for a family friendly day trip with fishing, walking and birdwatching.

With golden beaches, lush coastal forests and tranquil waterways, Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve is a little-known jewel on the spectacular NSW South Coast. Tucked in between Ulladulla and Lake Conjola, it offers a perfect nature getaway for families and nature-lovers.

The reserve protects nearly 5km of pristine coastline, dunes and lush coastal hinterland. Here, you can explore remote beaches, tranquil wetlands and lush coastal forests. Enjoy a fun-filled day of beach fishing or walking and cycling the quiet trails through the leafy forests of old man banksias and prehistoric burrawangs.

Getting there

Narrawallee Inlet walking track is in the Inlet precinct of Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve. To get there:Turn south onto Narrawallee Creek Road, just west of the village of Lake Conjola, park in the carpark and walk along the road to the start of the track (Buckleys Point trail).For the walk:From Buckleys Point trail, walk south onto Inlet trail and then west onto Mangrove trail.When you get back to Buckleys Point trail, go left back to Narrawallee Creek Road. Road quality Check the weather before you set out as the road to Narrawallee Inlet walking track can become boggy when it rains. Parking Parking is available at Narrawallee Inlet road, a short walk from Narrawallee Inlet walk.

Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.

The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.

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