The village of Lake Conjola and Conjola Park in the Conjola Lake region is a
popular tourist destination, offering numerous choices of accommodation and
great aquatic activities from fishing, boating, body boarding, and bush walking
in the surrounding Conjola National Park and Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve.
The village of Lake Conjola is located on the south of the lake, providing
facilities and services for visitors. With its close proximity to Milton, Mollymook and
Ulladulla to the south and Fishermans Paradise,
Sussex Inlet and
Jervis Bay to the north, it is a great
place to base yourself when visiting the outer areas of the
Access to Lake Conjola is by way of the Princes Highway. The waterway itself
is a deep coastal lake that together with Lake Berringer flows into the Tasman
Sea. The entrance of the lake is often effected by strong currents at the
turning of the tide and is popular with locals and visitors body boarding.