Wambiri is located at Tathra on the South Coast within walking distance of the beach and comprises sleeping facilities for 80 people in bunk style rooms, a caravan site, a commercial kitchen and a recreation hall.
Things to do in and around Tathra
The old wharf is the only coastal steamer wharf remaining on the NSW coast. It also features a Maritime Museum. It is listed under the register of the National Estate and is preserved by the National Trust. A stone’s throw away from the old wharf is the historic Tathra Pub with its magnificent ocean views.
Beaches and Water Activities
Tathra has a range of beaches and waterways, including Tathra Beach, Mogareka Inlet and Kianinny Bay. All offer excellent surfing, swimming , sailboarding, boating and watersports. Kianniny Bay is also a known fossil site.
The Sapphire Coast precinct, encompassing Tathra, Merrimbula, Pambula and Eden is a haven for fishermen. There is deep sea, beach and river fishing on offer as well as the Wharf for relaxing with a line in the water. For something a little different why not try prawning in Mogareka.
Mimosa Rocks is a heavily timbered park offering bushwalking and bird watching. Its rugged coastline also has caves, cliffs , lagoons and beaches.
Bournda National Park / Wallagoot Lake offers a network of walking trails, lagoons, beach access and wildlife.
Both National Parks are perfect for educational outdoor and nature based activities. In addition they offer spectacular sunset views over the coastline.
For more information about Wambiri or to make a booking, please call 0416 243 361.