Local Walks

There are a myriad of different walks that can be done from Long Beach - ranging from a gentle stroll on the beach, to more adventurous walks through some of the surrounding bushland. The three that follow are just examples.  Click on any of the walk headings for a more detailed map.

You can also walk the spectacular coastline on Murramarang South Coast Walk, located between Batemans Bay and Ulladulla - more information can be found on NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. 

An easy walk, best accessed from the entry point near the top of Blairs road.  On the Eastern side of the head there are views to Batemans Bay and (across Cullendulla Creek) to the boardwalk that is currently accessible only from Surfside.

A slightly longer walk, most easily accessed from an entry point opposite 64 Maloneys Drive.  The National Parks and Wildlife Service is establishing an alternative entry point at the end of Maloney's Beach.

A substantially longer walk - allow 4-6 hours one-way - between Maloneys Beach and South Durras.  The walk can be done in either direction if a vehicle is pre-positioned at the end-point to get back to the starting point.