Broulee  audio tour: Broulee Island Nature Reserve and Historical Tour

Broulee Island Nature Reserve and Historical Tour

Walking Tour

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75 mins
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2mi

About the Tour

This tour is located in the seaside town of Broulee following the ocean shoreline around Broulee Island Nature Reserve in a clockwise direction. Look out for seabirds and marine life, including humpback whales, as you hear tales of modern and natural history.

Tour Producer

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Damien Louttit

Pharmacist and local business owner, passionate about all that Broulee has to offer. When not working at Broulee Beach Pharmacy, Damien spends as much time as possible enjoying the natural environment within Eurobodalla Shire. Either at Shark Bay snorkelling, on the ocean fishing from a boat or kayak, at Broulee Beach swimming, walking the National Parks or riding a trail bike in the state forests.

Major Landmarks

  • Broulee Island Nature Reserve

Directions to Starting Point

Start and finish in the Car Parking at the Harbour Drive, Broulee

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Tips

Places to stop along the way

Shark Bay or Boat Harbour for a relaxing swim. Pink Rocks for a hair-raising surf!

Best time of day

This is a tour that can be enjoyed any time of day or year.

Precautions

This walk is on a Nature reserve and therefore no fishing or animals are permitted and penalties do apply. There is no drinking water so take you own if it's a hot day. The walk covers level but at times uneven ground, so take you time. If the ocean is rough it's recommended to wait until the tide is low.

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Broulee Island Nature Reserve and Historical Tour