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Cruises visiting Ben Boyd & all Ben Boyd cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Ben Boyd in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Ben Boyd National Park extends 45km along the New South Wales coast, south of Twofold Bay at the extreme SE of mainland Australia. (On the north shore of the bay is the deep sea Port of Eden, important for its fishing fleet, service of warships, and cruise berth.) The Park is viewed by many tourists and campers as a summer playground. Its intriguing history includes ancient Aboriginal middens to a heritage lighthouse built by the entrepreneur Benjamin Boyd. Indeed take a walk (easy for wheelchairs) to the historic Boyds Tower with its stunning views overlooking the ocean. Note the missing stones atop the Tower, displaced by lightning.

The Park is home to rare wildlife, viewed along its many pathways, such as the Pambula River track and Pinnacles track. Several threatened species take refuge here. North of Pambula River there’s an important population of yellow-bellied gliders – listen carefully for their trademark crackles and shrieks. This area is also great for bird watching. Along the coast look out for seabirds, especially the beautiful white bellied sea eagles. The coast features stunning rock formations, inlets and headlands, the result of extensive geologic folding.

The Traditional Owners and Custodians of Ben Boyd National Park, the Yuin people, have lived in the area for thousands of years. On the Pambula River Walk you can see ancient Aboriginal sites – one midden has been proven to be over 3,000 years old. This coastal scenery along with a range of sheltered and surfing beaches are outstanding features of Ben Boyd National Park. Viewing of migrating whales takes place from June to November.