Bundian Way Whale Dreaming Trail

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Discover the Whale Dreaming Trail, a 600 metre return walk through native gardens in Eden, that leads to an epic lookout over Turemulerrer (Twofold Bay), the coastal gateway to the Bundian Way.

With specially designed signage, learn about the ancient relationship between the traditional Aboriginal people, the Katungal, and the beowas (killer whales) that predates European history by thousands of years.

The Whale Dreaming Trail begins at the bottom of Imlay Street near Snug Cove, zig-zagging up towards a lookout over Twofold Bay. After returning from the lookout, you can continue walking up towards the other end of Imlay Street and on to the Eden Killer Whale Museum. The trail is accessible from either end.

If you would like to continue your Bundian Way experience, take a short drive to Cocora Beach and walk the 1.8 kilometre Story Trail.


Family Friendly Lookouts



Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


Free Entry

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