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Boyd Lookout

Twelve Mile Road, Wandandian NSW 2540
Boyd Lookout is located on the edge of Morton National Park and Macdonald State Forest with spectacular views of Lake Conjola and beaches to the south. It has a scenic lookout with views to the coast and of Pigeon House Mountain. Enjoy some of the short walks around the area, including the short walk to Granite Falls, with wildflowers such as boronia and flannel flowers blooming in the spring and early summer. Twelve Mile Road is an unsealed gravel road and may deteriorate at times due to weather conditions.
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Kladis Estate Wines

D2650 Princes Highway, Wandandian NSW 2540
Nestled on the New South Wales South Coast in the Shoalhaven, Kladis Estate Wines at Wandandian is only 10 minutes drive from Jervis Bay and Sussex Inlet. Set amongst beautiful gardens with the Wandean Ridge as the backdrop. Kladis Estate Wines are produced from grapes grown in the estates vineyards, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Merlot, Muscadelle, Shiraz, Chardonnay and Verdelho.
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Finchley Bed and Breakfast

55c Hayward Road, Wandandian NSW 2540
Finchley B and B is a self-contained, semi-detached cottage/unit on acreage just two minutes from the Princes Highway, half way between Nowra and Ulladulla in the heart of the Shoalhaven region. Close to many beautiful beaches, national parks, walking trails, waterfalls, historic villages, galleries, award-winning wineries, Finchley B and B is equipped to accommodate four to five people, and well behaved pets by negotiation, with a doggy door accessing a dog-fenced yard, a deep sunny front veranda with barbecue and lovely views, plus more space for dogs to exercise at the front. Your host lives on-site (adjacent extension, which does not intrude on privacy). There are several good local eateries nearby, including takeaway and home delivery, and breakfast provisions are included in pantry and refrigerator. ...


Wandandian, Wandandian NSW 2540
Like much of this area of the South Coast, Wandandian was historically a timber-milling town. One small timber mill remains but its rural atmosphere is retained with hobby farms, fruit orchards and a vineyard. Located on the Princes Highway, this small village is a great place to stop to refuel and recharge. Its name most likely comes from the name of the Aboriginal tribe, but locals prefer the more romantic translation: "home of lost lovers"....