Discover Lake Conjola in New South Wales on a 2.5km leisurely walk with a local guide.
Hear surprising stories of this beautiful South Coast lake and surrounds – fishing, floods, endangered species, local history and more.
See an amazing range of local wildlife (Kangaroo sightings guaranteed), take in magnificent sea/lake vistas and enjoy a lakeside coffee, tea or cold drink.
– 2 hour guided walk with a local guide (2.5km). Includes lakeside, bush and beach.
– Tour commentary
– Coffee, tea or cold drink
Tours depart several times daily as the times vary slightly with the seasons.
Private tours can be booked anytime for 1-3 participants – $100 per tour. Gift vouchers are also available.
Teachers – curriculum-linked tours are available for school groups; please contact us for more information.
Notes: ‘Child’ price refers to ages 5-17. Family price is for two adults and two children. Children under 5 are free of charge.
DepartureLake Conjola, New South Wales
Kotahi TourismKotahi Tourism offers unique cultural heritage tours in New South Wales, Australia.
Kotahi Tourism is proud to partner with Indigenous Tourism Operators to also offer Aboriginal tours and experiences in Sydney, Narooma (NSW South Coast) and Scotts Head (NSW North Coast).
At Kotahi Tourism we’re passionate about Cultural Heritage, our beautiful natural environment and ‘manaakitanga’ – taking care of our visitors. Through our unique range of tours and education programs, we’ll connect you to the diverse Cultures, history, nature and heritage of coastal New South Wales and make sure you have an experience you’ll never forget!
Why Kotahi Tourism?
Kotahi means ‘be one’ or be united’.
For Kotahi Tourism, it is in reference to people and the natural environment – be one.
Our sustainable tourism and education experiences are designed to connect people to the environment and to each other – be united.
We’re proud to work with Indigenous Tour Operators and Educators including Dreamtime Southern X, Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness, Unkya LALC Cultural Eco-Tours and Koori Kinnections.
First People working together - Respect. Permission. Ceremony.