Feature location: Sapphire Coast, NSW Far South Coast.
Area’s of interest: Montague Island, Mimosa Rocks NP, Ben Boyd NP,Nadgee Nature Reserve.
Getting there: Located on the far south coast of New South Wales between Melbourne and Sydney, the Sapphire Coast is a 3 hour drive from Canberra or a 6-7 hour drive from either Melbourne or Sydney.
Suitable Craft: Sea Kayak, Touring kayaks, Sit on top or ocean skis
The Sapphire Coast is known for its clean beaches, clear water and abundant flora and fauna. This includes some awesome locations for whale watching during their southern migration.
The Sapphire Coast has some amazing paddling locations. For less experienced paddlers you have pristine waterways such as Wagonga Inlet, Wallaga Lake, Bermagui and Pambula Rivers. For the more experienced you could take a look at Montague Island or at the southern end of the coast you have the Nadgee Nature Reserve, which contains the only Coastal Wilderness Area in NSW.
Different levels of camping are available in areas of Mimosa Rocks NP, Ben Boyd NP and Nadgee Nature Reserve. You could spend years exploring this coastal wonderland!
For more information you can go to www.oceanwilderness.com.au