Waterfront dining in Eurobodalla

Highlights

With beautiful bays, rivers and beaches, the enchanting Eurobodalla region on the NSW South Coast is perfect for waterfront dining. Taste locally harvested oysters next to sparkling waterways, savour delicious regional produce and succulent local seafood, and enjoy marvellous dining experiences.

  • Fresh seafood, Batemans Bay & Eurobodalla
  • Starfish Deli, Batemans Bay

Delicious waterfront dining

Enjoy the delectable delights of the Eurobodalla region on the NSW South Coast at waterfront restaurants and cafes. On Australia’s Oyster Coast, you can savour locally caught seafood and fresh local produce while enjoying picture-postcard vistas of rivers, bays, lagoons and the ocean.

With sweeping views of the Clyde River, On the Pier is one of Batemans Bay’s best restaurants and serves famous Clyde River oysters. For more casual dining, stroll on the promenade leading to the marina for Starfish Deli, Barkala Kitchen & Bar, Sam’s Pizzeria and JJ’s at the Marina, among others. 

The Inlet Wharf, Wharf

A short drive south is the charming riverside town of Moruya, where The River Moruya creates mouth-watering dishes using locally sourced produce, including its own garden herb and fresh seafood. You can take-off and land on the pretty Moruya River with South Coast Seaplanes

Tuross Head is less than 20 minutes’ drive south. Try fresh fish and chips at the Tuross Boatshed and Cafe on the edge of the sparkling Tuross Lake, a popular waterway for kayaking and fishing. The drive south to the seaside haven of Narooma, via the dairying village of Bodalla, is only 30 minutes.

Tuross Lake Fish n Chips, Batemans Bay & Eurobodalla

Narooma is where tours depart for Montague Island, home to a colony of fur seals. Quarterdeck is a delightful cafe serving local seafood in an old boatshed on the gorgeous Wagonga Inlet. Though not on the waterfront, the Whale Restaurant will delight your sensors with locally sourced produce and water views.