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Lake Illawarra in Wollongong, NSW

Jan 10

About Lake Illawarra

Lake Illawarra is located in the heart of Australia. It's between two magnificent mountain ranges and flows both salty from ocean tides, as well fresh from its source at The Escarpment overlooking it all--90 kilometres south near Sydney city centre on NSW South Coast . 13 boat ramps surround this scenic 35-acre freshwater lake with an area close to 150 hectares for fishing enthusiasts looking into catching some hard-to-get prawns or just having fun rowing boats around by their shorelines when they're not busy working out there!

Reddall Reserve on the foreshore of Lake Illawarra is a popular spot for picnics with its new Ninja children's playground, picnic shelters and gas barbecues. Visitors can also enjoy fishing at this beautiful location! Tread Shellharbour offers free tours that will make your day exploring the area even more fun - download their app today to find out where they go next!

Birds are always watching over us so when you head down there remember not just look up but take in everything around as well because these feathered friends might be hiding something good from view such as tasty food or maybe an old nest site ready waiting it’s tenant again soon enough...

What to do at Lake Illawarra?

One of the best ways to enjoy a spectacular view is by booking into Stand-Up Paddle on Lake Illawarra, which will give you time for both exploring and exercising. You can also hire boats or walk around with your own two feet if walking isn't quite as exciting but offer just as much fresh air!

In addition, explore local history at heritage sites like The Art Trail that stretches along most major lakeshore areas in this area while learning more about how culture has shaped our environment over many years past - there are some fascinating stories waiting here not only those associated directly with Indigenous Australians such as cave paintings found within Kareela Creek near Coal River Canyon National Park, nor even European settlement where one site displays early penal.


One local company in Wollongong involve in this tourist attraction is:

Name: Decking Wollongong - Deck Builders Wollongong

Address: 129 Balgownie Rd, Balgownie NSW 2519

Phone: (02) 4263 0673