Murramarang South Coast Walk (34km)

  • Ulladulla

Bushwalking and nature enthusiasts will be enchanted with the newly opened 34km long Murramarang South Coast Walk. Located between Ulladulla and Bateman’s Bay, this walk takes you along stunning coastline and national park bushland.

You can choose your own adventure and discover the beauty of the natural flora and fauna. Options are also available for package tours and accommodation, ranging from camping to cabins. You can relax and immerse yourself in the picturesque landscape and pristine beaches.

This unspoilt part of New South Wales is a hidden gem, with pockets of rainforest and an abundance of kangaroos. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself sharing the beach, or your picnic spot with some native kangaroos.

The Murramarang South Coast Walk begins at Pretty Beach, a 30 minute drive south of Ulladulla, winds its way to Depot Beach, then South Durras, Oaky Beach and ends at Maloneys Beach. All of these beaches are breathtakingly unspoilt and are a pure delight for beach lovers. One of the really special things about the Murramarang forest is the majestic Spotted Gums and Burawangs that grow down to the beach. This is one of the only known areas where this occurs.

Bird watchers are also in for a treat, with an abundance of birdlife. You might spot a Lyrebird in the moist leaf litter of the forest or see a stately Wonga Pigeon, with blue-grey back feathers and black-dotted stomach. If you don’t see it, you may hear its repetitive deep “whoop whoop” call.

Murramarang National Park holds significant cultural importance for local Aboriginal communities who have a deep and continuing connection to the land and waters. The walk adjoins the Murramarang Aboriginal Area which has one of the largest and most important Aboriginal sites on the NSW South Coast.

1 Pretty Beach Rd
Pretty Beach NSW 2539 Get Directions
A young lady enjoying a South Shoalhaven Walking trail

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