Winter Bushwalking Guide at Bangalay

Guides, Local Experiences, Winter

Winter in the Bangalay region offers a unique and serene experience for bushwalking enthusiasts. The crisp air and quieter trails provide the perfect backdrop for exploring the stunning landscapes. Bangalay Luxury Villas, located in Shoalhaven Heads, is an ideal base for your winter bushwalking adventure. Enhance your outdoor experience with picnic hampers from Bangalay and indulge in in-villa massages and fireside saltbush margaritas upon your return. End your day with a delightful dining experience at Bangalay Dining, making your stay both active and luxurious.

Top Winter Bushwalks Near Bangalay

1. Comerong Island Walk

Comerong Island, accessible via a short ferry ride by car or via Seven Mile Beach directly from Bangalay, offers a tranquil walk with diverse birdlife and pristine beaches. The island’s trails are perfect for leisurely strolls, with opportunities to spot pelicans,
black swans, and various shorebirds. Pack a picnic hamper from Bangalay and enjoy a scenic lunch by the water.

2. Drawing Room Rocks Walk

Located in the Barren Grounds Nature Reserve, the Drawing Room Rocks Walk is a moderately challenging trail that rewards hikers with panoramic views of the coastline and hinterland. The unique rock formations at the summit resemble a set of tables and chairs,
making it a great spot for a picnic and photos.

3. Kiama Coast Walk

The Kiama Coast Walk stretches 22 km from Minnamurra to Gerringong, but you can choose shorter sections for a half-day walk. Highlights include the famous Kiama Blowhole, beautiful beaches, and rugged cliffs. Winter waves crashing against the cliffs add to
the dramatic scenery.

4. Three Views Walk in Kangaroo Valley

This easy 9 km loop trail in Kangaroo Valley offers three distinct lookout points with breathtaking views of the Shoalhaven Gorge, Tallowa Dam, and the surrounding wilderness. The trail is well-marked and suitable for all fitness levels, making it a family-friendly

5. Coomies Walk in Currarong

Coomies Walk is a gentle 3.5 km track that takes you through coastal heathland and past historic sites, including an old lighthouse keeper’s cottage. The trail offers stunning views of the coastline and is perfect for a peaceful winter walk.

6. Murrays Beach Walk in Jervis Bay

Starting from Murrays Beach, this walk takes you through the Booderee National Park, offering pristine white sands and clear turquoise waters. The trail leads to Governor Head, where you can enjoy spectacular views of the bay and possibly spot dolphins or whales
during their migration season.

Enhancing Your Bushwalking Experience

Picnic Hampers from Bangalay

Bangalay Luxury Villas provide curated picnic hampers, perfect for enjoying the natural beauty of your surroundings. Each hamper is filled with gourmet local produce, refreshing beverages, and all the essentials for a delightful outdoor meal.

In-Villa Massages

After a day of bushwalking, relax with an in-villa massage. Skilled therapists will ease your muscles, leaving you refreshed and ready for your next adventure. Choose from a range of treatments tailored to your needs.

Fireside Saltbush Margarita

Unwind by the fire with a signature Saltbush Margarita. This unique cocktail, infused with native Australian flavors, is the perfect way to warm up and reflect on the day’s experiences.

Dining at Bangalay Dining

End your day with an exquisite dining experience at Bangalay Dining. The restaurant focuses on seasonal and local ingredients, offering a menu that celebrates the flavors of the South Coast. Enjoy a sophisticated meal in a cozy, intimate setting, the perfect
conclusion to your winter bushwalking adventure.

Winter in Bangalay is a bush walker’s paradise, offering diverse trails and breathtaking scenery. With Bangalay Luxury Villas as your base, you’ll enjoy comfort and luxury, from picnic hampers to in-villa massages and gourmet dining. Embrace the crisp winter air, explore the natural beauty of the region, and treat yourself to the best of South Coast hospitality.