Wonboyn, 30 kilometres south of Eden on the South Coast of NSW, sits amid pristine natural forests that are home to all kinds of native bird and animal life as well unspoiled beaches but the greatest attraction of all is the beautiful Wonboyn Lake. An ideal getaway holiday destination among wilderness and water for fishermen and women, birdwatchers and bushwalkers alike.
The Finest Fishing On The South Coast
Your Wonboyn accommodation will have you living in an area that's widely accepted as being the finest land based game fishing spot on the entire South Coast. Wonboyn Lake is 10 kilometres long and meets the sea through a narrow channel at Disaster Bay. You'll find secluded picnic areas at either end of Disaster Bay known as Baycliff and Greencape. It's at these two spots where excellent fishing is experienced. The local store at Wonboyn provide's you with all your fishing requirements as well as fill you in with what's biting where.
Accessing Wonboyn Lake From Disaster Bay
Setting up your base in a Wonboyn holiday rental will be the start of a great adventure as an exciting way to reach the waters of the lake is by entering at the lake mouth where rolling surf, sandy shoals and channels need negotiating. It's here among the deserted sandhills where you'll see dingoes playing on the beach and dolphins frolicking out at sea.
Wonboyn Lake And Beach Fishing
The variety of fish that you're able to catch in the waters of Wonboyn are wider than that stocked in the best fish markets, the list is nothing short of amazing. You'll have fun taking your catch back to your Wonboyn holiday rental as the variety of fish caught from the beach includes:
bream and flathead
From the lake that has a boat ramp and picnic areas for your recreational enjoyment. Up in the backwaters of the lake you'll find oyster leases where you can buy kilos of fresh oysters to feast on back at your Wonboyn accommodation.
National Parks Around Wonboyn
There are many trails and tracks along the Nadgee and Little River areas in the nearby Nadgee Lake area. There's also the Ben Boyd National Park that's steeped in history and holds great significance to the Indigenous landowners. There's also a beautiful lighthouse in the area, along with heaps of other attractions such as:
Sheltered inlets and their sapphire blue waters
45 kilometres of spectacular coastline
The Pambula River walking track
The Pinnacles walking track
High lookouts for excellent whale watching opportunities
The Davidson Whaling Station. This is a historic site the gives you the history of whaling on the South Coast.
Wonboyn: Where Forests And Beaches Meet
There is plentiful South Coast accommodation along the coastal areas south of Sydney to the Victorian border but there's nothing to better Wonboyn accommodation in the form of Wonboyn holiday rentals. They're the perfect choice if you're keen on fishing, bush walking or just love enjoying the great outdoors. Wonboyn holiday rentals give you room to relax with the homely touch about it you'll never get in hotel or caravan park accommodation.