If you travel east of Eneabba, along the Carnamah – Eneabba Road, drive through the Tathra National Park, the Nyangar word for "beautiful place". These reserves are a treasure trove of flora and fauna; wildflowers, kangaroos, emus and birdlife, even a couple of breeding eagles! Park along the sides of the road, and take time to wander in along some of the marked tracks to really see some lovely species. Remember the great saying though – "take nothing but photographs, leave nothing but footprints".
Located north of Eneabba, to the west of the Brand Highway, Beekeepers Reserve is a bloom of wildflowers. See in a small area a great variety of flowers during the season. Beekeepers Road, approximately 20km north of Eneabba townsite, can access the reserve.
South-west of Eneabba, primarily in the Coorow Shire, this reserve is abundant with native wildflowers, especially the Banksia. Accessed by some sand and limestone 4WD tracks is the Stockyard Gully caves system. A tunnel approximately 500 metres long can be accessed by a short path into the gully, though we advise you take a torch! Stalactites are visible in this tunnel, and look out for the "tonsils" of the tunnel.