Hobart Beach to Tathra: Wharf to Wharf
Yuin Country

4 h to 6 h 30 min

13.5 km

↑ 479 m
↓ -471 m

Moderate track
Starting from Hobart Beach Campground, Bournda, this walk takes you to Tathra Wharf via the Wharf to Wharf Walk (Section 2), passing by heaps of scenic bays and the Wallagoot Lake along the way. This is the second and final section of the coastal 26km Wharf to Wharf Walk. Get ready to explore the picturesque coastline as you move through sandy beaches and narrow dirt tracks between vegetation. There’ll be lots of chances to stop and enjoy the welcoming waters of the Pacific, but always take extra care in unguarded waters. The campground itself offers swimming in the big Wallagoot Lake, which is a safer way for the kids to cool off. That doesn’t mean the lake is boring though, the northern foreshores are great for sailing, paddling, or anything that has something to do with water. There are BBQs, picnic tables, toilets and even showers at the campground, which makes it one of the best campsites around. Keep in mind that you’ll need to book your place beforehand. After heavy rainfall the lakes can flow out to sea, so always look out for tides and alternative track options. Let us begin by acknowledging the Yuin people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. 
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