Things to do and see at Cudmirrah
Aboriginal for " home of the swans" named after the black swans that congregate on Swan Lake.
Cudmirrah is great for water ski-ing sailing, surfing, swimming, fishing, canoing, bushwalking, bicycle riding, birdwatching and tennis. All surrounded by National Park to the west. Enjoy a coffee at Cudmirrah general store and coffee shop.
Swan Lake is the dominant attraction in Cudmirrah.
All year round it attracts visitors and and locals alike to sail catamarans, windsurfers, water skiing and swimming. Cudmirrah also has good reserves such as Errol Bond Reserve with toilets, barbeques and tables.It is a great spot to have a picnic. It has a General
Store and coffee shop where you can have a cup of coffee and
admire the view . Tennis courts are available to hire. They
are located next to the Cudmirrah Berrara Community Hall and the
Rural Fire Service Brigade.
There are three caravan parks, two with cabins that are available for holidays or weekends.
Swan Lake also has the Swan Lake Sailing Club and meet regularly to hold regattas.
Boardwalk section Swanhaven end
Shared pathway from Cudmirrah to Swanhaven.
This progress association has recently completed stage 3 of their project of building a shared pathway from Cudmirrah to Swanhaven to alleviate bicycle riders from having to ride the dangerous section of Springs Road. It is an excellent gentle walk suitable for all ages and wanders along the banks of Swan Lake. It is mostly concrete pathway
except where we had to have a gravel section because it is an easement area and has to be accessed by the electricty and council water vehicles.
There is also a section of boardwalk that was built for us by our Sussex Inlet Mens Shed. A lovely way to enjoy nature, the different trees and views over Swan Lake
The Shared pathway
is a popular walk/ride for locals and tourists alike. Great views of Swan Lake and the wildlife on it. Walk along the wetland area under beautiful Bangalay Gum trees.
Look for the black swans on the lake. Walking south back from Dyball Reserve, Swanhaven, keep an eye out for a view of Pigeonhouse Mountain over the trees and mountains.
Our Association has worked hard to build this shared cycleway/walkway
Walk the loop of Goonawarra Drive out to the junction of old Berrara Road then turn left and follow Old Berrara Road back to Berrara.
Walk along Goonawarra Drive and turn left and walk through the track that connects to Old Berrara Road and comes out at Berrara at Berrara Road, near the track under the power lines leading to Fishermans Rock.