Fishermans Paradise guided eco-walk with locals

Fishermans Paradise is a small south coast village, situated at the head of Lake Conjola. We’re lucky to call this gorgeous wee village home, and look forward to sharing it with you on our Guided eco-walk!

What will you experience on this walk?

Meeting by the boat ramp at Fishermans Paradise, the route for this guided walk includes riverside, bush, village tracks and streets. You’ll hear stories of natural environment, flora and fauna (and some surprising local history!) as we wander along the rivers edge, through tranquil casuarina forest and via village streets and tracks with binoculars handy for a closer look at the abundant birdlife. It’s likely we’ll also see kangaroos and eastern water dragons (and fish jumping in the river). We’ll also visit a favourite fishing spot with fabulous views over the river, ideal for photos reflecting the bush in the afternoon light.

Tours depart daily 3pm-4.30pm. Private walks, group and school tours can be booked anytime.

Bushfire update March 2020

We were very lucky (and fought hard) to save all the houses in our village in the bushfires of December 2019/January 2020, and we’ll share a few stories of that challenging time with you on this unique guided walk. Much of the lovely riverside walk was untouched by the fires, but sadly most of the casuarina forest was burnt. The tracks have now been cleared and re-opened though, and it’s wonderful to see signs of regeneration and lots of birdlife around.

COVID 19 Update July 2020

Daily tours are running again from July 4th, in full compliance with NSW legislation and guidelines – plus a few other safety measures to be cautious. These include:

- Maximum numbers limited to 8 to allow for social distancing.

- No cancellation fee. We request please that you cancel free of charge if you are unwell, have any symptoms of Covid 19 or if you have been in contact with anyone who either has or may have Covid 19.