Biamanga Cultural Area
Biamanga Cultural Area is sacred to the Yuin People, and part of ancient shield volcano. The 225m boardwalk and viewing platform is wheelchair accessible, and the paved picnic area has free gas barbecues, toilets and shaded areas to enjoy lunch while you soak up the serene ambience and explore the interpretative signage.
The Aboriginal custodians request that visitors, through respect, do not swim in the Mumbulla Falls area – a site that is sacred to the Yuin People.
The forest setting is beautiful, and you can see eastern water dragons sunning themselves on rocks, colourful azure kingfishers and blue wrens flitting about their day.
Distance 500m return
Grade Easy, wheelchair accessible
Access 23 km north of Bega. Via Dr George Mountain Road, Mumbulla Creek Road & Tee Ridge Road.