Broulee Island Nature Reserve Walk

Broulee Island, Broulee

The four kilometre Broulee Island Reserve Walk begins south of the main beach at Broulee, across a permanent sand bar. The walk features ocean vistas across pristine rock pools that photographers will love. It’s also a great vantage point for whale watching over spring. Along the walk there is a brilliant display of native plants including coastal banksias, casuarinas, coastal wattles, westringias, red olive plum and lilli pilli. It’s also a wonderful place for marine birdlife – including the outstanding fairy wren and white bellied sea eagle.

Length: 3.5 kilometres return
Time: One hour, two hours if you include the beach walk
Grade: Moderate
Access: Follow the Princes Highway 21 kilometres South of Batemans Bay and turn left onto Broulee Road (becomes Coronation Drive). Park here or walk from Broulee Surf Club

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Barbeque, Carpark, Picnic Area, Public Toilet,

Birdwatching, Fishing, Swimming,

  • Broulee Island
  • Whales off Broulee Island
  • Aerial of the beautiful Broulee Island
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