Nature in Bodalla
Bodalla is a delightful dairying village and home of the ‘Big Cheese’. It’s surrounded by lakes, dairy pastures and State forest.
Dairy farming and cheese making were introduced to the Bodalla area in the 1860s and today you can still enjoy delicious cheese tastings such as at South Coast Cheese on Potato Point Road. The town has retained a number of timber houses and a granite church from the 1800s. In fact, All Saints Church is now Bodalla's most famous landmark; make sure you visit to admire the beautiful stained glass windows.
Other attractions in the area include Eurobodalla National Park, Batemans Marine Park and Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens. Don’t miss the pretty drive into Bodalla State Forest and walks such as along the Mill Bay Boardwalk at Narooma or the Mystery Bay Walk. Coastal lookouts worth a detour include One Tree Point at Tuross Head and Bar Rock at Narooma. Nearby, Batemans Bay and Narooma are worth a visit.
Bodalla Dairy Shed
Outdoor dining at Bodalla Dairy Shed. Image Eurobodalla Coast Tourism
Bodalla Dairy ShedBodalla Dairy Shed. Footage courtesy of Sydney Weekender
View from Bingi Point
View from Bingi Point across to Mount Dromedary, Eurobodalla National Park. Image Stuart Cohen, NPWS
Corruna Lake at Eurobodalla National Park. Image Stuart Cohen, NPWS