Things to do around Bombah Point, NSW

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Bombah Point is a nature lover’s paradise nestled in Myall Lakes National Park – a protected unspoilt area and home to sea eagles, pelicans, egrets, wallabies, kangaroos, bandicoots, goannas and koala. Treasured assets. There are plenty of things to do at Bombah Point and an opportunity to explore protected waterways, wetlands and more than 40 kilometres of spectacular unbroken beaches with excellent swimming and surfing spots.

Bushwalk, kayak, picnic, discover giant sand dunes, even whale watch. Try oysters direct from the local farm, super fresh Myall Lake prawns, local lobster, fish and watch glorious sunsets. Camp or stay cosy, listening to the sounds of the flourishing wildlife in all its beauty and diversity.

Bombah Point is 2.5 hrs drive north from Sydney. Pack your sense of adventure with you.

Wellness & Pampering

Explore & Discover

  • Walk the mountain bike trails, picnic areas, rivers & lakes
  • Surf or snorkel at one of the secluded beaches
  • Grab some fish ‘n chips and enjoy a BBQ picnic on the edge of the Mall River
  • Visit the natural amphitheatre of Green Cathedral just up from Blueys/Boomerang Beaches, you might catch a wedding and no invitation needed!
  • Take a dip at one of the white sandy beaches of the region
  • Kayak or swim in Tea Tree Lakes
  • Discover giant sand dunes littered with Aboriginal middens and tools
  • Explore the crystal clear water and white, sandy Little Gibber Headland and Dark Point
  • Fish at Mungo Brush (accessed by 4WD but watch the tides!)
  • Visit the surrounding beaches and fantastic lookout points
  • Enjoy a quiet spot camping beside the river at the hidden gem of Karuah National Park
  • Venture to Shelley’s Beach – one side is Nudist, the other for more reserved swimmers!
  • Check out the views from the lighthouse at Seal Rocks followed by a beach picnic or coffee on the shores of Smiths Lake
  • Support local businesses in cafes, restaurants, galleries and shops
  • Grab some wine at a local market and watch a Bombah sunset.
  • Revel in the fresh taste of local oysters, prawns, sea mullet and flathead at the Tea Gardens Fish Co-Op.
  • Pick up some local country specialities the local rural town of Bulahdelah – pies at the local pub, Bulahdelah “high top” at the bakery, home smoked bacon, gourmet sausages and local grass- fed beef at the Barry Brothers butcher
  • Take a picnic basket full of fresh produce to a secluded beach on the lake’s edge
  • Buy some artisan cheese from the local popular Burraduc Buffalo Farm
  • Take a Sour Dough Workshop by Lydia Irving
  • Join an Aboriginal Heritage Experience Tour ( Learn about our local Worimi culture first-hand from Worimi Guri, Steve Bereton)
  • Experience a Destress Back Body session with an Anusara Yoga teacher

Good Eats

  • Cafe on Main – 69 Stroud St, Bulahdelah NSW
  • Myalla Magic – 84 Stroud St
  • Leggey’s Cafe – Lakes Rd, Bombah Point
  • Detours Cafe – 82 Stroud St
  • Buladelah Bakery – 67 Stroud St
  • Robyn’s Cafe – 95A Bulahdelah Way
  • Oliver’s Real Food – 90 Stroud St
  • Barefoot Cafe and Pizza – 1 Bombah Point Rd, Bulahdelah
  • Warung Peri
  • Graham Barclay Oysters
  • Happyman

Foodies

  • For shopping for provisions in “Bula” there’s lots of local providores and fisheries. If you’re travelling from the south, stop by in Karuah at Fat Uncle’s Oysters and grab a couple of dozen, they’re fresh, organic and have the backing of experienced aquaculture farmers.
  • Barry Brothers Butcher – 67 Stroud St, Bulahdelah
  • Burraduc Buffalo Farm
  • Mumm’s On The Myall
  • Tea Gardens Fish Co-Op
  • Tea Gardens Boat Shed
  • Little Beach Boat House
  • Cole Brothers Oysters 9 Barclay St, Karuah
  • Johnsons Farmgate – Unit 4/24 Wanya Rd, Tea Gardens

Retail Escapes

  • Barry Brothers Butcher
  • Gypsy Feather – 3 Bulahdelah Way
  • Darrell Lea Chocolate Shop – 71-75 Stroud St, Buladelah

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