Things to do on the Bawley Coast
The Bawley Coast is famous for its swimming, surfing and fishing. As well as getting wet you can visit a vineyard or a berry farm, browse an art gallery or have a massage. Enjoy a walk along our beaches and headlands and explore rock pools and do some beachcombing. There are outstanding bushwalking and mountain biking tracks. There are also some enjoyable scenic drives. Download a local map here.
Bawley Vale Vineyard
Try local wines in a beautiful bush setting. Cheese plates and locally made food products are also available from the tasting room. You are welcome to bring your picnic and wander the orchard or sit by the dam.
266 Bawley Point Rd, Bawley Point
Tel: 02 4457 2555 Web: bawleyvaleestate.com.au
Clyde River Berry Farm
There's nothing like the blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and more that you pick yourself at this picturesque farm. There's also stone fruit for sale and real fruit icecreams and jams. Open December & January 10am - 6pm, 7 days a week and February by appointment. No entry fees.
2000a River Rd, Mogood. Tel: 02 4478 1057
Dulkara Art Gallery
Come and see a wide range of paintings and prints of Australian wildlife, beaches of the Bawley Coast and other local landscapes, cards and gifts, by resident artist Lee Daynes.
An excellent picture framing service is also available.
Open Thursday - Monday 10am – 4pm, and every day of school and public holidays.
55 Murramarang Rd, Bawley Point
Ph: 02 4457 1411