Light to Light Walking Holiday, Pack-Free, 2 Nights

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Tour Details

Enjoy stunning coastal scenery, gourmet chef prepared meals and historic lighthouse keepers cottage accommodation. Experience an abundance of wildlife, learn from our local guides about the ecology, history and culture of the region and participate in citizen science. All during our 3 day, small group, light to light walking holiday.

Contact us about transfers from Canberra and pre/post accomodation in Eden.

Why you’ll love this trip
  • Green Cape Lighthouse tour and accommodation – Perched on the edge of a peninsula the lighthouse is steeped in seafaring history, spectacular views of Disaster Bay and comfortable historic accommodation
  • Guided walking – Explore stunning coastal scenery, heathlands and forests, opportunities for wildlife viewing, diversity of plants and historical features 
  • Indulge in locally grown, harvested and produced chef prepared meals 
  • Navigate Expeditions will plant a tree on land for conservation, on behalf of every guest
Activity level

Moderate level of fitness required, please contact us for any specific questions related to this tour and physical activity requirements.


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  • May 19th to 21st 2023
  • October 6th to 8th 2023
  • Private tours organised any time


  • 2 nights accommodation at Green Cape Lighthouse
  • Professional walking guide
  • Gourmet chef prepared catering
  • Guided tour of Davidson whaling station
  • All national parks fees
  • Transfers to/from Tathra, Merimbula, Pambula or Eden
  • Guided tour of Green Cape Lighthouse by National Parks

Meeting Place

  • Pre-arranged pick-up’s and drop-off’s from Tathra, Merimbula, Pambula or Eden
  • Pre-arranged meeting locations inside the National Park

Tour Duration

  • Day 1 – starts at 9 AM
  • Day 3 – finishes 4 PM 

Activity Rating

Medium (Grade 4) 

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$1,800 per person, based on two adults twin or double sharing,

Minimum of 4 guests and maximum of 8 guests, additional charge for less than 4 guests 

Essential Information

  • We can tailor this programme around any accomodation or nature based activities on the Sapphire Coast, please send an enquiry for a custom quote
  • You are required to pay a non-refundable deposit of 10% per person, per tour for your booking to be confirmed. Final payment is due 42 days before the departure.
  • If you cancel a trip 42 days prior to the departure date, we will hold the deposit amount as a credit or if you cancel 41 days or fewer prior to departure, 50% of the monies paid by you in connection with the booking as a credit, and we will retain the remaining 50% of monies paid by you in connection with your booking, or if you are cancelling due to COVID, please see our special COVID terms and conditions
  • If we cancel your tour, you have the choice of a 100% credit or refund of all monies paid to us. Except when your tour is cancelled due to a Force Majeure Event (defined in our terms and conditions)
  • Prices valid from November 1st, 2021 to November 1st 2022. 
Select day below to view the itinerary information.

Day 1 - Boyd Tower to Saltwater Creek - 13km walk

Your adventure begins in the morning, when we pick you up from your accomodation and transfers you to the (soon to be re-named) Ben Boyd National Park.  We’ll drive to the start of the light to light walk, Boyds Tower, a large sandstone tower on the Southern head of Twofold Bay. Built in 1847 and originally designed as a lighthouse that stands 18.9m tall, although it was never used as a lighthouse, instead used for whale spotting and gave Boyd a strong advantage over other whalers in the area. 

From Boyd Tower we’ll walk 13km through to Saltwater Creek stopping for a gourmet picnic lunch along the way. We’ll pass by natural features such as Red sands bay, a rocky bay made up of small boulders and fine red gravel that makes a fantastic contrast on sunny days. We’ll have a rest stop in the grassy shaded area back from Leather Jacket Bay. We’ll continue onto Mowarry Beach, a favourite swimming location for those brave enough to take a dip. We’ll admire the red coastal cliffs before entering into Saltwater Creek beach, a beautiful white sandy beach with sapphire coloured water. Our transportation to Green Cape lighthouse, our accomodation for the next two nights will meet us here. 

Perched on the edge of a peninsula are beautifully restored cottages and the Green Cape Lighthouse. Each cottage offers a comfortable verandah, ideal for enjoying the sea air and whale watching in the right season, large bedrooms and heated lounge rooms and shared bathroom facilities. 

In the late afternoon we’ll be taken on a NSW National Parks guided tour of the lighthouse where we’ll have the opportunity to walk up the 116 stairs (the tallest lighthouse in NSW) to the top with a 360-degree view of Disaster Bay, the cottages and Ben Boyd National Park. Green Cape lighthouse is steeped in seafaring history and we’ll be taken on a journey to discover the heritage architecture, learn about the disasters and survival of numerous shipwrecks. 

Tonight, relax in the lounge room with a hot drink in hand, watch the mesmerising ocean on the verandah or if you’re feeling active take a walk around the premises and look out for the resident wombats and other wildlife, the choice is yours. Your guide will prepare you a stunning chef cooked, gourmet, hearty meal for you to enjoy before you tuck in for the evening.

Accommodation: Green Cape Lighthouse 

Included activities: Davidson Whaling station tour & guided 13km walk along light to light walk 

Meals: Lunch, afternoon tea and dinner

Drinks: A selection of non-alcoholic drinks and a responsible amount of beer & wine (1 to 2 glasses per/person) are included; if you would like more please BYO. 

Day 2 - Satlwater Creek to Bittangabee Bay - 9 km walk

Wake up to the sunrise over the ocean at Green Cape Lighthouse, no matter what the weather, it’s a spectacular scene. Help yourself to a hot drink on the front verandah and soon your guide will have a hearty breakfast prepared for you. If you go for a morning stroll you might be lucky enough to spot wombats or the endangered southern brown bandicoot and for our bird lovers, over 150 species of birds have been recorded in Ben Boyd National Park. The place is brimming with wildlife and wild scenes. 

You’ll be transferred back to Saltwater Creek to walk the 9km to Bittangabee Bay today stopping for a gourmet picnic lunch along the way. You’ll pass by Hegarty’s Bay and the Black cliffs. We’ll stop to take a look at the Imlay house ruins and Bittangabee Storehouse ruins. Perhaps a dip in the ocean at Bittangabee Bay will be called for before your transfer back to Green Cape Lighthouse for your final night stay. 

Enjoy a hot (or cold) beverage on the veranda and watch the colours in the evening sky change, at dusk take a wonder around the lighthouse and nearby bush to see if you can spot some of the nocturnal mammals coming out to play. We’ll enjoy our last hearty evening meal together, likely around the fire place and share stories of adventures past and present. 

Accommodation: Green Cape Lighthouse 

Included activities: Guided walking

Meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner 

Drinks: A selection of non-alcoholic drinks and a responsible amount of beer & wine (1 to 2 glasses per/person) are included; if you would like more please BYO.

Day 3 - Green Cape Light House to Bittangabee Bay and Davidson Whaling Station - 8km walk

Enjoy your last morning at Green Cape Light house, we’ll have a relaxed start before tackling the final section of the light to light walk. As you sit and enjoy a hot drink on the verandah keep an eye out for White-bellied sea eagles spring past at eye level. 

Once we check out of our accomodation, Green Cape Light house you’ll walk the remaining 8km to Bittangabee Bay. The walk follows a route that has been travelled by light keepers over many years. Originally, supplies for the lighthouse were off-loaded at Bittangabee Bay and transferred by horse-drawn tram to Green Cape Lighthouse. Rare ground parrots and striated field wrens are sometimes seen along the track and in the spring the area blooms with wild flowers.  

Before heading home or to your accomodation we’ll make a stop at Davidson Walking station to learn about the whaling operations in the area. 

You’ll feel a great sense of achievement at the end of the walk, it truely is one of the greatest and most scenic walks in Australia. 

This afternoon our guides will drop off you at your accomodation in the Bega Valley Shire. 

Included activities: Guided walking & transfers within the Bega Valley Shire

Meals: Breakfast & lunch


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