Rich forests, secluded beaches and imposing ancient headlands form South Durras. South Durras is world renowned for its abundance of wildlife; kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, possums and amazing birdlife.
South Durras is the gateway to Durras Lake and Murramarang National Park with many superb walking trails and old growth flora, such as spotted gums that run down to the sea; growing on steep slopes and contrasting against the dark green burrawangs. The cliffs and headlands conceal sea caves and deserted sandy beaches. Here you can explore some of the continent’s most significant ancient sites where two worlds collide; the edge of the Sydney Sandstone basin and the older Wagonga Ordovician bed.
Explore beautiful Durras Lake; regarded as one of the purest estuaries on the coast, by kayak or try your hand at fishing or prawning – great activities for the whole family to enjoy the natural beauty of this region.