Mogo State Forest

Camping:No Walking track: Yes 4 wheel driving: Yes Designated cycling track: No Designated horse riding track: No Canoeing / Kayaking: No Swimming: No Fishing: No Accommodation: No Fireplace/BBQ: No Caravan site: No 2 wheel access: Yes Picnic area: Yes Toilets:Yes Wheelchair access: Yes Lookout: Yes Hunting: Yes

Visitor facilities

Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens

Picnic facilities:YesToilets area:YesWalking tracks:YesDisabled toilets:Yes

A herbarium, display garden, picnic ground, barbecues, walking tracks and visitor centre can be found in these botanic gardens, located 5 km south of Batemans Bay on the Princes Highway.

The gardens are managed by Eurobodalla Shire on 42 hectares of Mogo State Forest and feature gardens crafted from native plants from the Clyde, Deua and Tuross River catchments.

The large herbarium contains 8,000 specimens of flora and 500 samples of fungi. The Forestry Children's Walk is not to be missed.

Mogo Walking Track

Walking tracks:Yes

The Mogo Walking Track is a 10 minute drive south of Batemans Bay on the Princes Highway at Mogo. A visitor carpark is available at the start of the walk.

The track is a well-defined path, weaving through towering spotted gum forest and luxuriant burrawang undergrowth. Mogo Walking Track starts near the entrance to Old Mogo Town and is a 20-30 minute looped walk.

Round Hill Lookout


Just off the Princes Highway south of Batemans Bay township, this lookout offers great views over the coast.

Page last updated/reviewed:11 Jul 2017