Australia's Coastal Wilderness
Stretching from the far South Coast of New South Wales to East Gippsland in Victoria, Australia's Coastal Wilderness is where tall forests, lakes and beaches meet. Walk and camp along the wild, empty coastlines, surf and snorkel from the bush-fringed beaches and canoe the still, majestic lakes. Spot whales, dolphins, seals and penguins, dine on freshly-caught seafood and trace the area's Aboriginal history at ancient midden sites. Stay in pretty towns such as Bermagui, Bega and Mallacoota and climb the historic lighthouses at Point Hicks and Green Cape.
- Conservation factsheet (PDF - 758 KB)
- Destination factsheet (PDF - 868 KB)
- Suggested itinerary (PDF - 1.1 MB)
- Wildlife and natural events calendar (PDF - 605 KB)
Visit the Tourism Australia website to find out more on Australia's Coastal Wilderness.