Lake Conjola is along New South Wales’s South Coast, which reaches from Sydney to the border with Victoria. It is an area which is frequented by holiday makers as it is fantastically picturesque and idyllic - to one side it has natural bush land, filled with wildlife and discoveries to be made, and to the other, it meets perfect white sandy beaches and crystal clear water. Conjola Lake itself is a beautiful place that brings together countless activities as well as memorable sights, with plenty of holiday rental accommodation for visitors to base themselves.
Things to see and do
At Lake Conjola you will be absolutely spoilt for choice for things to do. You can not only choose from every water sport imaginable, but there is plenty to do on the periphery of the lake as well, as well as merely enjoying all the different sights.
Lake Conjola caters brilliantly for the family. Whether you want to do things all together or grab some alone time, there is a lot for the kids to enjoy. They will love jumping cushion and the climbing spider, they could play tennis or cricket - and that is just on-land! All of the activities on the lake are family-friendly and they can get involved. There are kids clubs and kids-only activities, so that you can make some time for yourself while you are at the Lake, and many of the activities are tailored so that parents and children can join in together so that you can share many experiences too. There is plenty of family accommodation near to Lake Conjola, so that after a long day getting involved at the Lake you have a comfortable and suitable place to go back to.
Lake Conjola is known for its abundance of activities on offer. You could hire a canoe, kayak or water-skis and enjoy your own adventure on the Lake. You could also get into a larger boat and try your hand at fishing, sailing or even power boating. There really is something for every age and ability at Lake Conjola. For those who have not tried these sort of things before, there is so much help on hand that you will be able to find the activities that perfectly suit you, your family, and what you want to get out of the trip. All of these activities are quite a sight to see, so for those who want to sit back and relax on the edge, you can spend hours watching the boats sailing across the water. You will very likely be tempted to have a paddle or a swim in the crystal clear water in the lake on those really hot days.
Lake Conjola holiday accommodation is built knowing that it is likely to attract people who enjoy their activities, and so is a cosy place for you to unwind and dry off after a tiring day out on the lake.
The hottest time to visit Lake Conjola is from December to March, although, when compared to the weather in the UK, even the coldest time is not that cold! In the coldest month of July, the temperature can reach 18 degrees Celsius. Lake Conjola provides so many different activities that it can cater towards any change in weather conditions – so whenever you visit you are sure to have plenty to do.
Getting to Lake Conjola
For visitors heading to their holiday rental near Conjola Lake from the United Kingdom, there are a number of options. The nearest International Airport is Kingsford Smith Airport in Sydney – which is just under 100 miles away. This is of course quite a long journey by car, especially after a long flight, but, if you are planning on renting a car on your holiday, this route is definitely a picturesque one to get used to the car in! Alternatively, you could get a connection to the closer and smaller airport of Falls Creek Airport, which is just 20 miles away and you could get a transfer easily and quickly to Lake Conjola. Naturally, you want to get to your holiday accommodation as soon as you can, but it depends on whether you want a sigh seeing road-trip or do not mind another flight to ensure you get to put your feet up after the long journey!