The Tuross Head foreshores of Coila Lake, the ocean and Tuross Lake are one of the most striking and talked about walks/cycles/drives on the Eurobodalla Coast. Just 7kms towards the coast from the Princes Highway turnoff Tuross Head is often overlooked by passing visitors to the area.
The scenic walks/cycles/drive takes you along the coastal route via road or cyclepath around the Tuross Head village starting first at Coila Beach and then sweeping along a granite bouldered coast with stops at the Tuross Head Memorial Gardens at Plantation Point and another at the equally accessible One Tree Point that overlooks 30kms of coast line and out to Montague Island .
It then continues along the southern shoreline to look out over the stunning Tuross River mouth at the Nelson Parade viewing platform before arriving at Lavender Bay and the Tuross boatsheds. Allow an hour and a little bit more if you feel like a waterside coffee.
To add to your experience an explanatory brochure covering the points of interest is available HERE
Be sure to visit our TUROSS HEAD page for more information of places to eat, points of interest and history