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The Combienbar Valley/Club Terrace/Errinundra National Park

Errinundra National Park offers tranquil walks and scenic drives.  It preserves the largest remaining stand of cool temperate rainforest in Victoria as well as ancient tall, wet eucalypt forests. The majority of the park is accessible only in the drier months. In winter, rain and snow generally make the unsealed roads impassable.

Things to do:

- Enjoy a walk through the heart of the rainforest at Errinundra Saddle

- Enjoy superb views from Mount Morris, Ellery View and Ocean View Lookout.

- Admire ancient forests of plum pine and the granite tours of Goonmirk Rocks.

- Explore a range of walking tracks for a closer view of the forest giants.

Please be mindful that before you visit these areas, conditions can change in parks for many reasons.

For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be 'Bushfire Ready' in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips.


For a comfortable and scenic drive from Bemm River along the Princes Highway, you can enjoy the following locations.

Approximately ten kilometres before Eden, turn right off the Princes Highway to visit the historical Boydtown

Boydtown is a village on Twofold Bay near Eden, on the far south coast of New South Wales, Australia.

It was the original settlement in the bay, founded by Benjamin Boyd in 1843 to service his properties on the Monaro Plains.

The remains of whaling stations and the local landmark Boyd's Tower, a stone spotting tower used to look for whales, are all nearby.

Boyd imported sandstone from Sydney to construct a lighthouse on south head. He also commissioned inns and churches, housing and store rooms, wharves and stock-yards.

When Boyd's finances collapsed, the town was abandoned from the 1840s until the first renovation of the Seahorse Inn in the 1930s.

In modern times, Boydtown is the smaller of the two towns in the bay, consisting mainly of housing, tourist caravan parks and the more recently  refurbished Seahorse Inn. 

Returning to the Princes Highway you will then head toward Eden, where you can enjoy lunch at the wharf or visit the whale museum and learn all about 'Old Tom', the whale.  A story which is well worth learning, which attracted ABC 'Australian Story' coverage years ago.

Pambula is the next town along before Merimbula, where you can turn off the highway and travel approximately 5 kms to view the pristine Pambula beach. Pambula is a coastal village huge in history, its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth is a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle following the discovery of gold near the township in the 1880s.

Merimbula is situated on the majestic waterways of the Sapphire Coast.  Shopping, Eateries, Sporting Clubs, Fun Parks etc.Pambula is a coastal village big in history, its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth a far cry from the hustle and bustle following the discovery of gold near the township in the 1880s.

Just past Merimbula on the way to Bega, take the Pambula turnoff and travel along to the pretty little hamlet known as Candelo, nestled amongst the hills.   If you visit the first Sunday of the month you will be lucky enough to be there when their market is held. Stallholders from far and wide travel to sell their wares, produce, goods etc at this very popular event.

Point Hicks Lighthouse -

An ideal day trip for the family.  Travel to Cann River, turn right at Tamboon Road and travel through the Croajingolong National Park. You can choose to turn at Fishermans Track to visit the small settlement at Peachtree Tamboon, or stay on the main road to the light house.  This is where Captain Cook experienced his initial sighting of Australia in 1770. 

Point Hicks Lighthouse

Euca Valley

- An historical valley where you feel like you have stepped back in time.  Travel along the old Princes Highway, meandering around corners and viewing the stunning views of the rainforest.  Turn off the Princes Highway at the Bemm River bridge, this will take you along the old highway to Club Terrace.  As you leave Club Terrace, turn left toward Cann River and this takes you through this magnificent valley. 

Mackenzie River Rainforest Walk

Absolutely stunning experience and only a 30 minute drive

from Bemm River.  Just past the Bellbird Hotel on the Princes Highway. 



Suspension bridge over the 'MacKenzie' River.

Little Cabbage Tree Falls

This area has a picnic area where an information board, picnic and toilet facilities are provided. 
It's only a short walk to the falls from the picnic area, about 800 metres (30 mins).

Driving on the Princes Highway to about 15kms east of Orbost at the Murrungower Picnic area,  
Take the Murrungower Road on the left and travel about 7kms to Tarlton Track, turn right and it's about 3kms to Little Cabbage Tree Falls.  

You can return to the Princes Highway by the same route or continue on to return to the highway near Cabbage Tree Creek.   About 3kms on from the falls picnic area turn right onto Dyers Creek Road, travel about 5kms to Pows Road and it's about 1km to the Princes Highway at Cabbage Tree Creek.

The 'Little Cabbage Tree Creek Falls'
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