Ben Boyd National Park

The coastal town of Eden is nestled in the shores of a large bay, surrounded by beaches and hills. Twofold Bay through to the southern part of Ben Boyd National Park offers exciting paddling in a wild and ruggedly beautiful place. Spend some time here in the spring months and you may even see a whale enter the bay. Twofold Bay, Bittangabee Bay and Wonboyn Lake are all suitable for beginners. Experienced paddlers can do an overnight trip from Eden to camp at Mowarry Point, while further south is the remote and beautiful Nadgee Nature Reserve. There are also excellent campsites at Saltwater Creek and Bittangabee Bay.

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