“Enjoy panoramic views over Twofold Bay.”
The vast expanse of water over Twofold Bay is one of the nation’s deepest natural harbours. From Eden Lookout view the rugged coastline and unspoilt hinterland, mainly comprised of national park.
Watch the passing boating activity from large fishing trawlers to recreational fishing boats and yachts, and from small pilot vessels to huge freighters.
Historic Boyd’s Tower at Red Point sits atop the long, sloping southern headland of Twofold Bay. Around Red Point are some of the oldest rocks on the NSW coast.
To the southwest is Mount Imlay (Balawan), one of the region’s three mountains of significance to the Yuin people. Mount Imlay (886 m elevation) has a conical shape. It is not of volcanic origin; rather, it is an erosional form capped by resistant sandstone.
From the viewing platform, enjoy some of Australia’s best whale watching between September and November when migratory whales, particularly mothers with calves, move into Twofold Bay closer to shore to frolic and rest and where humpback whales feed before migrating south to the Antarctic.
Two information boards detail types of whales and their characteristics as well as what to look for when whale spotting. Remember to take your binoculars and camera.
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Eden Lookout and Rotary Park
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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