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Fishermans Paradise Guided Walk

Explore the peaceful village of Fishermans Paradise at the head of Lake Conjola on NSW South Coast. On this 90 minute guided walking tour you'll hear stories of local history and natural environment, and enjoy stunning river views.

Meeting by the boat ramp at Fishermans Paradise, the route for this guided walk includes riverside, bush, village tracks and streets. You’ll hear stories of natural environment, flora and fauna and surprising local history as we wander along the rivers edge, with binoculars handy for a closer look at the abundant birdlife. It’s likely we’ll also see kangaroos and eastern water dragons (and fish jumping in the river). Then, via a track through the tranquil Casaurina forest and over a boardwalk, we visit a favourite fishing spot with fabulous views over the river, ideal for photos reflecting the bush. Taking a different track from the rivers edge, we’ll then wander through the village. Bird life is abundant everywhere in Fishermans Paradise so keep your camera and binoculars handy. Coming back to the rivers edge, we follow a track along the riverside with stunning river vistas as we head back to the boat ramp.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
Boat Ramp, Anglers Parade, Fishermans Paradise, New South Wales

Turn right onto Anglers Parade at the T-intersection at the end of the main road into the village. Look out for a sign post to the boat ramp on your left (then drive down a narrow lane). There is plenty of parking by the boat ramp.

Times:

Thursday 25 April 3pm -4.30pm
Wednesday 8th May 10.30am - 12pm

Entry fees:
Adults $25, Children $15.00, Family $75.00, Members $20.00
Booking:
Prebooking requiredhttps://kotahitourism.rezdy.com/307302/fishermans-paradise-guided-walk-national-trust-heritage-festival-2019[email protected]0419 836 341
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Website:
https://kotahitourism.rezdy.com/307302/fishermans-paradise-guided-walk-national-trust-heritage-festival-2019
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Other things
you need to know:
Leisurely walk, sensible footwear recommended. Families welcome. Children under 4 are free of charge. Dogs (on a leach) are welcome too!