The Eurobodalla region is less than three hours from Canberra and just over four from Sydney, and sits along the unspoilt South Coast of NSW. Eurobodalla, or the “Land of Many Waters”, encompasses the towns of Batemans Bay, Eurobodalla, Broulee, Mogo, Moruya, Narooma, Tilba and Tuross Head. Natural beauty and wildlife encounters are the region’s biggest draw cards.
The Eurobodalla region boats over eighty stunning beaches from Batemans Bay in the north to Mystery Bay in the south. Families with younger swimmers can camp out for the day at protected beaches and inlets, bobbing and snorkelling in the calm water. Other, more open stretches of sand deliver set-after-set of perfect waves for surfers. Eurobodalla’s beaches are not just for swimming. Families can kayak, snorkel, fish, dive, whale-watch and so much more.
The coastal town of Narooma boasts beautiful beaches for swimming, snorkelling and diving. It is the gateway to Montague Island which is a wildlife wonderland. The town is home to numerous family accommodations and restaurants. Tilba is only a short drive from Narooma, which offers families a unique experience to step back in time and visit perfectly preserved heritage village. It is home to the ABC Cheese Factory, with delicious cheese samples to taste and buy.
Moruya is situated on the Moruya River banks, with weekly farmers and community markets. Shelley Beach at the heads looks out to where the river meats the ocean. Broulee is home to crystal clear waters and colourful marine life. The beaches are awesome for swimming, snorkelling or surfing.
Enjoy fantastic beaches and activities in the seaside town of Batemans Bay. It is a fantastic base to explore the Eurobodalla region. The accommodation options for families are fantastic. See the fantastic wildlife at Mogo Zoo, so swimming, play mini golf or take out a kayak. Tomakin is a short drive from Bateman’s Bay and is home to some breathtaking coastline and beaches.
There is plenty to see and do along the spectacular Eurobodalla coastline for families.