Take a Walk with Cam & Tess

We’re thrilled that Cam & Tess from Light2Light Coastal Walks will be offering guided walking tours as part of our Optional Extras. We met Cam & Tess when we all worked in Ben Boyd National Park and wouldn’t hesitate to take one of their guided walks – a walk is just a walk until you’re accompanied by an experienced guide who takes it to the next level with loads of knowledge on the local coastal wilderness environment.

Cam is an experienced outdoor guide and Tess has over ten years experience in conservation and bushland management with a keen interest and wide knowledge of indigenous plants. Both are avid bird watchers. We have loads of options for walks. Short walks (less than an hour) up to full day walks. Tell us what you like. We’ll help you get there.

Cam with group
superb lyrebird tail

For a short stroll, you can wander from your campsite, along the edge of the paddock, under the big highway bridge and along the edge of Whelans Swamp to some beautiful old (burnt) forest out the back. We see lots and lots of Superb Lyrebirds as well as others out there.  Or venture further afield to a choice of fantastic local walks.

We can talk to Cam and Tess (Light2Light Coasta)l Walks ) for you – or you can DYI and do the walks you’d like – we can help with maps and local tips.

There are some nice little walks in Eden – just 10 minutes away:

  • Aslings Beach – level path right along the length of Eden’s main beach;
  • Lake Curalo boardwalk;
  • Bundian Way Dreaming Trail – from Cocora Beach to Quarantine Bay – a beautiful walk with some local Aboriginal stories showcased;
  • along the wharves – there are 3 main wharves in town – each with a different use.

Boyd’s Tower Walking Track and the Light to Light Walk to the South were heavily impacted by the January 2020 fires, but the Tower walk is now open again – this place is a ‘must-see’ and only 30 minutes away. The first two sections of the Light to Light Walk from Boyd’s Tower to Bittangabee remain closed for repair; the last 7.8km section from Bittangabee to Green Cape Lighthouse is open and worth a look. And the Lighthouse precinct is a real hotspot for whale watching.

There are several fantastic short walks in the northern section of Ben Boyd National Park:


Interested in an Escape weekend? Give us a call 0429 961047 with any questions.

Interested in some of the Walks mentioned? Email us at office@kiahwildernesstours.com.au for more info. or give us a call.

Hear from you soon!

[Photos of Cam & Tess and group shot: Credit to Light2Light Coastl Walks]