You reach Lake Conjola by way of its access road from the Princes Highway about 10 km north of Milton. It is a deep coastal lake regularly open to the sea which provides a wonderful playground for fishers and boaters.
On the south of the lake, a wide range of facilities and services are available from the town of Lake Conjola from where you can take walks through the reserves by the lake or to the magnificent Conjola, Buckleys and Narrawallee beaches nearby.
Other more northern access roads from the highway will take you to Bendalong and Manyana as well as a number of villages on the edge of the lake (such as the aptly named Fishermens Paradise and Killarney).
Off Cunjarong Point on the northern bank of the lake entrance, Green Island is a beautiful coastal attraction - known also for great scuba and surfing conditions.