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The Shoalhaven on the NSW south coast is home to an amazing variety of birds and is a mecca for birdwatchers.
BirdLife Shoalhaven promotes a better understanding of our birds and works tirelessly to ensure their survival.

Lake Conjola Entrance Bird Walk

Grade and Distance: - fairly easy walking on path and beach sand, with a round-trip of 600 to 1200 metres depending on how far up the beach you walk.

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What to look for:
This is a good location for migrating and resident shorebirds, including Eastern Curlew, Bar-tailed Godwit, Pied Oystercatcher, Red-capped Plover, Hooded Plover and Red-necked Stint. Lesser Sand Plover and Sanderlings were recorded here during December 2014. Crested and Caspian Terns, Little Terns and Fairy Terns (summer) can also be seen here, and usually all four Cormorants.

Downloadable PDF List for all bird species recorded on Birdata at Lake Conjola Entrance

Turn east from the Princes Highway, at the Lake Conjola turnoff, about 7 km north of Milton PO, and continue 7 km though the township and caravan park to the carpark by the edge of the lake. Follow the boardwalk to the beach and walk northwards to the lake entrance.

This is a mudmap of the walks

Links to all the self-guided Shoalhaven bird walks:

1. Bangalee Reserve
4. Ben's Walk
7. Booderee Botanic Gardens
10. Little Forest Plateau
13. Hyams Beach
16. Warden Head

2. Bomaderry Creek
5. Lake Wollumboola
8. Murray's Beach Circuit
11. Narrawallee Inlet
14. Vincentia WTP
17. Wilfords Lane Wetlands

3. Shoalhaven Heads
6. Abraham's Bosom
9. Yatte Yattah NR
12. Burrill Lake
15. Callala Wetland Walkway
18. Lake Conjola Entrance

Download the Shoalhaven Bird Walks brochure

Pied Oystercatcher

Hooded Plover