Abundant natural beauty
With its stunning white sand coastline, river estuaries and craggy headlands, the Batemans Bay and Eurobodalla region is an ideal holiday destination. Take time to fish around the beautiful estauries and seascapes. Enjoy the wonderful produce available at the local growers markets. Visit Montague Island and swim with the friendly seals.
About Batemans Bay & Eurobodalla
The region is an area of great natural beauty which is home to several national parks, from the dramatic Murramarang National Park with its beautifully preserved coastline.
Cheese and wine are a highlight of Eurobodalla's local produce and markets. Visit historic villages like Tilba, where you can relax in cafes, wander through craft galleries and pick up local produce. Mogo is a former gold mining town with a vibrant arts scene and Bodalla is a charming town with heritage dating back to the 1800s.
The region is known as Australia’s ‘Oyster Coast’, with the Clyde River and estuary famous for its fishing and oysters. The Narooma Oyster Festival is held each May, celebrating the region’s food. Local produce is also well presented in the area's great restaurants.
Discover brilliant wildlife in the area. Deua National Park is a haven for birds, wallabies and possums, as well as the rare tiger quoll. Bushwalk through the scenic Monga National Park and you may spot a lyrebird. Murramarang National Park is another exquisite natural reserve, with a large population of eastern grey kangaroos.
Montague Island is a nature sanctuary home to thousands of seals, penguins, and many bird species. Go snorkeling or scuba diving with seals and book a tour to see penguins in their natural habitat. The island is also a great location for whale and dolphin watching.
The beaches of the Batemans Bay and Eurobodalla region are home to both surf beaches and protected bays with gentle waves, great for a relaxing day by the water. For great surfing head to Broulee, North Head at Moruya or McKenzies Beach south of Batemans Bay. Patrolled beaches include Broulee, Malua Bay, Moruya, Tuross Head and Narooma.