Month: October 2015

Kayaking Lake Conjola
Oct13

Kayaking Lake Conjola

Winter is coming so why not warm up Kayaking Lake Conjola.

Lake Conjola is an ideal location to have an active holiday. Come Kayaking Lake Conjola and explore the incredible shoreline and all it has to offer. You can view the abundant bird life and  checkout the different land formations. Have a swim on the secluded beaches. Paddle round the legendary chinaman’s island. Kayaking Lake Conjola is a wonderful experience for everyone.

If fishing is your game Lake Conjola has many different species and many private spots to catch them. Kayaking to Fishamens Paradise and Berringer lake provides a good workout and good spots to picnic on the way. We often take our fishing rods when going on a picnic on the shore of lake Conjola. The kayaks are stable enough and have rod holders for fishing. It has always been a bonus to catch a fish on the way and sometimes bbq them when you arrive at your destination.

Accommodation

Should you need accommodation Narrawallee Creek Studio is only minutes away from Lake Conjola. If you decide to stay please enquire about our kayaks and kayaking Lake Conjola. You will need roof rakes to transport them to the lake.

Went kayaking this morning on Lake Conjola and it couldn’t get any better. High tide, a gentle breeze and the water crystal clear and warm. What a start to the day!

Kayaking Narrawallee Creek

Another gem in our area is Narrawallee Creek. It is totally untouched and pristine along its meandering course.

In my opinion Narrawallee creek is the best kayak experience I have been on, in terms of beauty, wildlife and scenery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

bush walk morton national park
Oct01

Location to bush walks

Lake Conjola is in a prime location to access some of the most breathtaking bush walks on the South Coast NSW. Some of these bush walks include Pigeon house mountain, Berrara Creek, Mount bush walker, Rusden head, granite falls and Florence head. The different varieties of flora is amazing and the views are absolutely breathtaking.

These walks are located in Conjola national park and Morton national park. NPWS provide much more detail about  these walks such as location, degree of difficulty and time to complete. Alternatively you can visit

www.ulladullaonline.com  and all the details plus photos can be seen.

Accommodation Lake Conjola

If you require accommodation Narrawallee Creek Studio is located close to all these bush walks. The accommodation is located in a quiet bush surround and adjacent to Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve. It is a fully self contain cottage suitable for up to 4 adults staying. Warm up by our cosy log fire.

What a great time for walking the trails now Spring is upon us! The excess heat won’t bother you and the flies are at a minimum. Grab yourself a picnic and explore the pristine landscape of lake Conjola.