Beaches in Broulee
Broulee is a tranquil town well equipped for surf and sand holidays. It's a beachside town lying between headlands and backed by forest.
Broulee is dedicated to the perfect seaside holiday. The fishing is great either from the beach or off Broulee Island, there's good diving and snorkelling in the area and the surfing is some of the best on the South Coast.
The beaches are particularly lovely in this part of the world. Broulee Beach is well protected and the sand dips gradually, which makes it a family favourite. To the north, there are several small and secluded coves with fine beaches. To the south the beach forms an isthmus to the Broulee Island nature reserve which features the "Pink Rocks". Be sure to try a surfing lesson at one of the local accredited surf schools.
Broulee is only a short distance from Moruya airport, Moruya and Batemans Bay.You'll find a variety of accommodation in the area to suit your needs from hotels, self contained apartments, bed and breakfast and camping.
Sunday 4 October 2015
Art on the Path Art on the Path is a community run
Fly into Moruya Airport
Moruya Airport is located 5 km from Moruya’s town centre. Use the taxi services to make the short trip southwest. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the Eurobodalla region at your own pace.
Regional Express operates regular direct flights to and from Sydney and Merimbula. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney for travel into Moruya.
Girls learn to surf with Surf the Bay Surf School. Image Surf the Bay Surf School
Fishing on Tomaga River at Mossy Point near Broulee. Image Eurobodalla Coast Tourism
Family walking on Broulee beach. Image Eurobodalla Coast Tourism