Bournda NP – weekend camping

Sat 16 March 2019 12:00am

John Goldie and Kathy Walter

Bournda National Park is on the Far South Coast near Bega, offering secluded beaches, stunning coastal walks, great birdwatching and camping. We will camp at Hobart Beach campground near Wallagoot Lake and do some of the local walks as well as explore the surrounding region’s birding spots. Target species are Hooded Plover, Azure Kingfisher, Glossy Black-Cockatoo, White-throated Nightjar and Yellow Bellied Glider.

Participants will need to pay their park entry fee and book their own campsite – https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/camping-and-accommodation/campgrounds/hobart-beach-campground . We are booked on site 45. So, if possible, please choose a site somewhere in that area (which you will find in Map 1 on the website). Activities will start on Saturday morning with the expectation that most people will arrive on Friday 15th.

Please book a place on this outing with Kathy Walter or John Goldie by email on walter.goldie@gmail.com. The trip will be restricted to 20 participants and filled on a first reply basis.

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