Tuross Head, NSW

Tuross Head is on Princes Highway (A1)



Tuross Head Attractions

One Tree Point

Hector McWilliam, who was the founder of Tuross Head, grew all the Norfolks Pines in Tuross Head. The single Norfolk Pine on One Tree Point is in commemoration of Hector and was planted in 1994, replacing the original tree that was planted by him in the 1930's. One Tree Point is a short walk from the car park and picnic area and it is a popular spot for locals and visitors to sit and reflect as they watch passing whales and pods of dolphins,

Turn west off the Princes Highway, 14 kilometres south of Moruya and 10 kilometres north of Bodalla onto Hector McWilliam Drive (signposted to Tuross Head). Travel 5 kilometres, turn right at the T-intersection to stay on Hector McWilliam Drive, then turn left after 750 metres onto Hawkins Road. Follow this road to the end, turn right at the T-intersection onto Tuross Boulevarde then immediately turn left into the car parking area of One Tree Point.

Tuross War Memorial Gardens

These gardens are on Plantation Point in Tuross Head. The memorial is a rock cairn and flagpole surrounded by a semi-circle of brick walls upon which are mounted personalised brass plaques commemorating later deaths of service men and women placed there by their relatives. There is an amazing view out to sea from the Memorial.

Turn west off the Princes Highway, 14 kilometres south of Moruya and 10 kilometres north of Bodalla onto Hector McWilliam Drive (signposted to Tuross Head). Travel 5 kilometres then turn left at the T-intersection onto Allenby Road. Take the 1st right onto Beach Street, then veer left after 150 metres to stay on Beach Street. At the end of this street turn left at the T-intersection onto Tuross Boulevarde then immediately turn right into the car parking area adjacent to the Memorial Gardens.

www.turosshead.org/Pages/MemorialGardens.htm

This page last reviewed on 3 Dec 2016