Beaches

Highlights

Relax on beautiful beaches and swim in pristine waters in the unspoilt Eurobodalla region, on the NSW South Coast. Enjoy beachside picnics, take surfing lessons, try beach fishing and explore a marine park in a kayak or diving. For thrilling views of the coast, go skydiving with Skydive Oz.

  • Coastal walks on Eurobodalla, South Coast
  • Family fishing on Eurobodalla, South Coast

Beautiful Eurobodalla beaches

Discover the beautiful beaches of the splendid Eurobodalla region, from Batemans Bay in the north to Mystery Bay in the south. Relax on soft white sands, swim in crystal-clear waters and ride superb surf breaks. There are ancient rock formations to explore and delightful picnic areas to enjoy.

This marvellous region on NSW South Coast includes Batemans Marine Park, a haven for dolphins, seals, penguins and migrating whales. You can explore theses pristine waters on kayaking and diving tours with Region X, Bay and Beyond Sea Kayak Tours, Total Eco Adventures and Underwater Safaris.

Broulee Beach Eurobodalla, South Coast

You’ll be delighted with the range of beaches, from sheltered bays to surfing hotspots. Patrolled beaches in the warmer months include Surf Beach and Malua Bay Beach near Batemans Bay, as well as Broulee Beach, Moruya Beach, Tuross Beach at Tuross Head, Dalmeny Beach and Narooma Surf Beach.

You can learn to surf at accredited surf schools such as Surf the Bay Surf School, Soulrider Surf School and Broulee Surf School. Other wonderful things to do and see include skydiving above the beaches with Skydive Oz and a beach fishing tour with Learn the Basics of Beach Fishing.

Eurobodalla Coastal Walks, South Coast

A popular beach is in Broulee. At the southern end of this gorgeous stretch is a sandbar for walking across to the island, where there is a rare pocket of littoral rainforest on the 4km Broulee Island Walk. Rock platforms offer excellent spots for fishing and there’s a surf break at Pinks Point.

Southeast of Moruya are more fine beaches at Congo and Bingi, including Bingi Bingi Point. A short drive south is Narooma’s Surf Beach and the Glasshouse Rocks and Pillow Lava, ancient rock formations. Near Mystery Bay is 1080 Beach, a popular spot for surfing and fishing.

  1. Bar Beach South

    Bar Beach South in Narooma is one of the safest beaches for children to learn to snorkel and swim along the Eurobodalla's coastline. It's naturally enclosed and protected position near the mouth of the Wagonga Inlet...

  2. Batemans Bay Snorkelling Trail

    The first stop on the Batemans Bay Snorkelling Trail is 12 kilometres north of Batemans Bay at Maloneys Beach. As well as being a fantastic spot for snorkelling, Maloneys is ideal for family outings with a grassy...

  3. Bingie Beach North

    Bingie Bingie North is an important place for the traditional custodians of the land. Hidden away from the water are evidence of shell middens, stone working areas and quarries providing strong links to Aboriginal...

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