Tuross Head truly is a land of many waters, surrounded by serene lakes and the vibrant blue ocean.
A picturesque coastal village, perched on a low-lying headland between two stunning lakes – Tuross Lake and Coila Lake. The peninsula is dotted with Norfolk Island Pines standing tall and elegant above simply superb beaches.
Water features heavily in the Tuross Head lifestyle – boating and fishing are popular activities. The waterways of Tuross Head are protected by the Batemans Marine Park to ensure that exceptional fishing will always be enjoyed. Kayakers will love exploring the pristine waters of Tuross Lake and surfers will find a favourite in One Tree Point.
One end of the Bingie Dreaming Track leaves from Tuross Head. This coastal walk follows part of the dreaming track used by the Brinja-Yuin people and rewards walkers with some great vantage points for whale watching and spectacular views of beaches, islands and headlands. The shared pathway in Tuross Head hugs the coastline and is great for a relaxing walk or easy cycle.
Winding around a fairly steep hillside, Tuross Head’s golf course boasts amazing views of Coila Lake and the coast, and an interesting and challenging game. After a round of golf, relax and unwind at the country club with the friendly locals.
With bountiful seafood on their doorstops it’s easy to see why the waterfront cafes and restaurants of Tuross Head offer quality cuisine with views to match. There’s a strong appreciation for fresh seafood here and it’s easy to find good fish and chips.