Murunna Point

‘Murunna’ means ‘clear waters’ and the huge mouth of Wallaga Lake, one of the biggest coastal lakes in New South Wales, makes for fun estuary swimming.

The beach is a short walk away via Murunna Point, and is great for surfing and fishing. The area is also a popular breeding spot for shore birds, including protected species such as Hooded Plovers and Pied Oyster Catchers.

A photographers haven, Murunna Point has spectacular elevated views of Gulaga, Wallaga and there’s also a short 1.5km return walk to Camel Rock Beach via Horse Head Rock.


Murunna Point is 9km north of Bermagui at Wallaga Lake. Follow Wallaga Lake Road, and turn onto Wallaga Street. The walking trail is at the southern end of the car park.

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