This concrete wharf is the largest on the Wharf Trail. Commissioned in October 2003, it is 200 metres long and 30 metres wide to accommodate naval deammunitioning, softwood exports, cruise ships and more. Divers and fishers make good use of this part of the bay, where you can dive to see weedy sea dragons and catch fish such as snapper, morwong and more.
Around 300,000 of softwood is annually brought to Twofold Bay mainly from plantations around the Bombala region, where there is also a new mill. This wharf has also been slated to receive wind turbine parts from March 2014, destined for a new 122 turbine wind farm on the Monaro.
It is worth taking the 45 minute drive on sealed road to this part of the bay, the wharf neighbours the historic sites of Edrom Lodge and Davidson Whaling Station and is near to the hardwood mill, South East Fibre Exports (which can be viewed but is closed to the public).
This wharf is sometimes closed to the public so it is best to check before making it your destination (see the shipping schedule here) .
Be sure to take along your camera, protection from the elements, plenty of water and a snack.