Lake Conjola is a small town situated on the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the region of Ulladulla, in the Shoalhaven.
At the 2006 census, Lake Conjola had a population of 371 people. Lake Conjola is a popular tourist destination for boaters and fisherman. Fish in the lake include bream, whiting, tailor, flathead, black fish, and jewfish. Lake Conjola is located on the southern side of Green Island, a renowned surf break. There are 4 caravan parks with cabins, caravan areas, tent areas, and waterfronts.
Surrounded by 2,700 ha of National Park Reserve (Morton and Budawang National Parks), sheltered lake coves, running estuary outlet, level sand dunes and bush tracks ideal for walks and mountain bikes.
Skiing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing and surfing the infamous Green Island. Local Bowling club that is licensed with good meals.