The Outback, Broken Hill. Credit: Maxime Coquard;Destination NSW
View of New England. Credit: Destination NSW; Murray Vanderveer
Kiama, South Coast. Credit: Destination NSW; Murray Vanderveer
The town of Bombala lies 80 km south of Cooma on the banks of the Bombala river, close to the South East Forest National Park and Sapphire Coast. Bombala serves as a great base to explore all the Monaro region has to offer, but there’s also plenty to keep travellers occupied, from bushwalking to fishing to exploring the town’s many historical points of interest.
Staying in a cottage or cabin in Bombala is a recipe for secluded comfort. Self-contained options in Bombala include amenities such as barbeque areas, meeting and recreation rooms, fireplaces, and kitchen and laundry facilities, and are a great choice for group trips, conferences, or family holidays.
Options in the heart of Bombala are plentiful and include hotels, b&bs and and guest houses. These are well-suited to those looking for a bit of country hospitality with easy access to dining and shopping.
While staying in Bombala, travellers can also visit Bombala Platypus Reserve, home to one of the largest populations of platypus in the world, grab a bite or relax over a cup of coffee in a local cafe, or take a leisurely stroll around town.
Nestled among the pine forests, high in the eastern slopes, near the New South Wales and Victorian border 35 kilometres south of Bombala, Bondi Forest Lodge provides a unique centre for group educatio...
Cochabonddu is a snug and secluded fully self-contained two bedroom fishing cottage located 25 kilometres south west of Bombala on Little Plains River. Superb fly fishing, view platypus and native wil...
The Delegate Hotel is a true country pub with pressed ceilings and rooms decorated in heritage colours. The hotel is full of character, stories and offers great food, cold beer, good accommodation and...