Great Alpine Road Visitor Guide

LAKES COAST VISITOR GUIDE I PAGE 117 The Perfect Whale Watching Escape! Unique, Self-Catering, Pet Friendly Cabins Stay 2 or more nights and get 1 FREE! Valid between Sept - Nov 30, 2020 Excl school and public holidays Come and experience the amazing SouthernWhale Migration from our doorstep MERIMBULA Some of Australia’s most significant national parks surround Merimbula, offering a range of nature experiences that draw visitors from all over the world. Bournda National Park is a short drive north and is a great playground for nature lovers. Make a day of it and take your picnic supplies, take a bicycle and your binoculars for some birdwatching. Discover spectacular cliffs along the rugged coastline on the Kangarutha walking track. Park passes are available in town or at coin operated machines as you arrive. Bring your curiousity and your camera. Closer to town you can wander the Merimbula Lake Boardwalk and admire the shimmering waters that are abundant with sea and bird life. It is a three and a half kilometre round trip (fully accessible) with great wildlife experiences along the way. The town has a well-serviced commercial airport, so you can fly in. If you want a bird’s eye view why not book a scenic flight or helicopter ride to really appreciate how striking this vast coastline is. BEACH CABINS MERIMBULA Just 200 metres from Short Point Beach, Beach Cabins Merimbula offers 25 cabins nestled in park-like grounds and bushland, with studio cabins for couples as well as two and three bedroom cabins. Children are well catered for with extensive lawns, perfect to kick a ball, throw a Frisbee or fly a kite and playgrounds complete with swings, flying fox, climbing equipment and a slide, a badminton/volleyball court and a solar heated pool. Explore the natural wonders

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