BURRILL LAKE, LAKE TABOURIE
Travel south of Ulladulla and have some family fun fishing with the pelicans on beautiful Burrill Lake. Purchase a fishing licence and catch a fish from the foreshore or in a boat. The seaside village of Burrill has a collection of shops and galleries, so take the time to enjoy the tranquillity. Why not grab something to read and a fresh takeaway and find a spot to enjoy your lunch. For the more active try windsurfing, hire a canoe or pedal boat and play tennis or putt-putt golf at Big 4 Bungalow Park. Lake Edge Holiday Units offer lake-front accommodation close the beach and Lions Park.
The Tabourie Lake Museum is a treat for young and old alike and an inexpensive idea as an outing for the whole family. The museum houses an extensive range of historical and natural displays with over 12,000 items on display. Australian Aboriginal, Melanesian and New Guinea artefacts include bows, stone axes, woodcarvings, spear throwers, fighting clubs, fossils and much much more. There's five rooms furnished in late 19th and early 20th century decor showing pioneer life. Tabourie Museum is just six kms south of Burrill Lake.
Read more about Burrill Lake & Lake Tabourie in the South Coast Leisure Times - Online Magazine