Explore an island sanctuary and spot migrating whales, enjoy kayaking with stingrays, relax on gorgeous sandy beaches, and discover pristine Batemans Marine Park on a snorkelling tour in pretty Broulee, a seaside town between Batemans Bay and Moruya. You can also learn surfing and beach fishing.
From exploring the beautiful Broulee Island Nature Reserve to kayaking and snorkelling tours in crystal-clear waters teeming with colourful marine life, Broulee is a wonderful destination in the Eurobodalla region. Roll out your towel and relax on fine white sands at Broulee Beach and enjoy a spectacular seascape.
At the southern end of this gorgeous beach 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. From vantage points on the island, you can spot migrating whales.
You’ll find many more exhilarating things to do and see, including diving, snorkelling and kayaking in Batemans Marine Park, a haven for migrating whales, dolphins and sea birds. Adventure tours are offered by Total Eco Adventures or Region X. You can learn to surf at Broulee Surf School and Surf the Bay Surf School.
Just north of Broulee are the villages of Mossy Point and Tomakin as well as fine beaches, the Tomakin River and Burrewarra Point, a popular diving location. Hire a kayak from Region X and paddle the estuary and discover stingrays near Mossy Point boatshed. At Tomakin, cast a line with Learn the Basics of Beach Fishing.
Bring your bicycle or a hire bike and pedal along the North Head to Mossy Point Cycleway, a mixture of shared paths and road. In a convenient location, Broulee is less than 20 minutes’ drive south of Batemans Bay and 10 minutes north of Moruya. Accommodation options suit various budgets, from holiday houses to holiday parks.