Broulee Island has been declared a nature reserve by the National Parks and Wildlife Service. There are coastal banksias, casuarinas, coastal wattles, ruby saltbush, westringias and boobiallas on the cliffs, a grove of muttonwood trees on the heights overlooking the sand bar plus, in the shadier areas, lilli pilli, red olive plum, silkpod vines and sickle fern.
The island is joined to the mainland by a sandbar so is always accessible. Photographers will enjoy the ocean vistas across pristine rock-pools. The walk features a wonderful display of native plants including coastal banksias, casuarinas, coastal wattles, westringias, red olive plum and lillipilli. It's also a wonderful place for marine birdlife - including the superb fairy wren and white bellied sea eagle.
Length: 3.5 km
Time: 1 or 2 hours if you include the beach walk
Access: South of the main beach at Broulee, across permanent sand bar.
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