Wonboyn Lake Resort is close to several notable Sapphire Coast destinations including Ben Boyd National Park, Disaster Bay, Green Cape Lighthouse, Saltwater Creek, Bittangabee Bay and the historical sites of Davidson Whaling Station and Boyds Tower.
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Just a few minutes drive in the boat or car will find you at Disaster Bay, with it's vast white-sanded beach and turquoise waters. Don't be surprised if you have it all to yourself.
Green Cape Lighthouse
One of NSW's best places to watch whales during the season, heritage listed Green Cape Lighthouse is rich in history and spectacular views up and down the coast.
Saltwater Creek Beach
Less than 10 minutes drive away, Saltwater is a great little surf beach with tranquil lagoons, abundant wildlife and walks up and down the coast along the Light to Light walk.
Another stunning inlet, Bittangabee is a beaut spot for a swim, snorkel or a BBQ picnic with the family in it's sheltered bay area.
Built as a lookout during the whaling days, but never used, this quirky sandstone structure is perched on the clifftops with big views towards Eden and to the south.
Davidson Whaling Station
A wander around the grounds and cottages of Davidson Whaling Station offers a glimpse into a bygone era. Guided tours are available through NSW National Parks.