Located in the heart of the Murramarang National Park and Batemans Marine Park.
Durras Lake is one of those ‘secret’ south coast places you sometimes hear about. It is no secret what you can do here though. Swim, fish, bushwalk, surf, coastwalk, chill out, birdwatch or just relax on the beach with a view of the NSW South Coast.
Untouched natural beauty
The pristine Durras Lake and Durras beach are just a short stroll away. Enjoy a relaxed holiday in a stunning natural environment, where kangaroos are guaranteed to be seen. In addition, there are our possums, parrots, lizards, bandicoots, marine life and the magnificent bush of the surrounding national park.
South Durras boasts several magnificent ocean beaches, access to Lake Durras and a number of accommodation options at a resort or in the local caravan & camping grounds.
The access road from the highway is sealed and passes the Forest Gallery, one of the art highlights on the South Coast.
Durras is a small village on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Durras is located approximately 280 kilometres south of Sydney and 15 kilometres north of Batemans Bay, in the local government area of Eurobodalla Shire. The village is surrounded by the Murramarang National Park.
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