Beaches, beaches and more than just beaches - "Callala Bay is a white sand beach which backs onto a village of the same name. It is a popular spot for yachts to moor, as well as a great place to go kayaking and snorkelling along the reef. The white sand beach squeaks under your feet and the northern end is often very quiet."*
By crossing a small foot bridge you can also access the eastern end of Callala Beach - access via Bicentennial Park, Southern End of Lackersteen Street, Callala Bay.
Many of the scenic vantage points have seats, tables and some have electric bbqs. There is a shared pathway running along part of the waterfront and headland linking Callala Bay foreshore and Callala Beach.
There are a number of children playgrounds throughout Callala Bay and a skate park, soccer fields, ball courts where you can practice on other skills.
You can bring your own picnic and there is always the option to buy a range of foods and ice cream, coffee or drink from the local shops.
Public toilets are located at the Callala Boat Ramp and Bicentennial Park. The shopping centre also has toilets.
CALLALA WETLAND WALKWAY is a 3km Round Trip (approx. 1 hour)
"This walkway was created by volunteers from Callala Bushcare Group and Shoalhaven City Council. We hope you enjoy the walk and help us care for this precious natural environment."
There are marker posts with hiker symbols every 50-100m along the path. Please keep on the walkway for your own safety and to protect the environment. Take drinking water, sun protection, and insect repellent (it is wetland!)
A more detailed explanation of the flora and fauna and history of the track can be found by clicking on this link.