Meroo National Park

Paddling, sailing and boating

Paddling

The lakes in and adjacent to the park are excellent for canoeing. You can reach them from car parks on Burrill Lake Drive, the western side of Tabourie Lake and Termeil Point. You’ll need to carry or wheel you canoe a short distance to the water.

Boating facilities

Tabourie Lake

Wheelchair access: medium

Assistance may be required to access this area.

Just a short drive from Ulladulla, Tabourie Lake is a beautiful coastal lake offering visitors a myriad of things to do.  Throw down a picnic rug and relax on the shores of the lake with a good book or the weekend newspapers.  Go walking along the foreshore and find yourself a place to set up and try your luck fishing.  The kids will love wading and swimming in the shallow waters. Or admire the scenery from the water itself by sailing, paddling or windsurfing into the distance. 

Tabourie Lake is also haven for waterbirds so if you enjoy birdwatching, make sure to bring your binoculars.  You’ll see swans, ducks, birds of prey, egrets and many more.

Activities: fishing, paddling, birdwatching, walking, picnicking, playing and socialising

Getting there: Tabourie Lake is in the northern part of Meroo National Park. To get there:

  • Travel south on Princes Highway from Ulladulla
  • Approximately 11km south of Ulladulla, just before the Lake Tabourie bridge, turn left towards Lake Tabourie Tourist Park.
  • Access to the lake is along the tourist park road

Road access: Sealed road - 2WD vehicles.

Facilities: carpark, boat ramp