Beaches in Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay is a bustling coastal town with majestic seascapes. It's located on the estuary of the Clyde River.
About Bateman's Bay
Batemans Bay attracts everyone from watercolour artists and rock fishermen, to kids building sandcastles, keen surfers and fishing enthusiasts. The coastline around Batemans Bay is stunning with a string of golden beaches, mangroves and oyster flats, and sheltered coves. In the Batemans Bay Marine Park you can go fishing, diving, snorkelling and boating. Enjoy the Clyde River on a lunchtime cruise; if you enjoy oysters, don't miss the succulent local Clyde River oysters.
Drive south along Beach Road, stopping at a string of picturesque coves and beaches. Drop a line off any number of good spots and might hook a bream, flathead or mulloway. Enjoy a game of golf on the 27-hole Catalina Country Club, rated one of the finest courses on the South Coast.
Don't miss Murramarang National Park, with its friendly eastern grey kangaroos, and Birdland Animal Park, which has a diverse collection of Australian native birds, an animal nursery, duck ponds and rides on a train through three hectares of parkland.
Saturday 4 April to Saturday 18 April 2015
Autumn Art and Craft Sale
Members of the Batemans B
Murramarang Resort near Murramarang National Park. Image James Pipino
Pebbly beach at Murramarang National Park. Image Jeffrey Drewitz
Children running along the Batemans Bay wharf at sunset. Image James Pipino