Nature in Pambula
Pambula is a historic river village in majestic rural surroundings. The town is at the mouth of the Pambula River among forests and lakes.
Pambula's historic character and rural setting in the valley of the Pambula River are its main assets. Stop a while, explore and soak up its mellow atmosphere. The town lies close to the northern arm of Ben Boyd National Park, an inspiring stretch of coast with many scenic splendours. Don't miss exploring the Panboola wetlands; see if you can spot a golden bell frog, a re-introduced species in this conservation area. Don't miss cheese tasting at the Bega Cheese Heritage Centre and local artworks at the Bega Valley Regional Gallery.
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Fly into Merimbula Airport
Merimbula Airport is located 2 km from Merimbula’s town centre. Use the taxi services available at the terminal to make the short trip south. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Regional Express operates daily direct flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne, in addition to weekly direct flights to and from Moruya. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney or Melbourne to travel into Merimbula.
Fishing at Pambula. Image Hamilton Lund
Family looking down on Pambula Beach. Image Hamilton Lund