Adventure in Eurobodalla


From swimming with seals and kayaking with stingrays to surfing, cycling, fishing and skydiving, the beautiful Eurobodalla region on the NSW South Coast is teeming with adventure. Montague Island, off the coast of Narooma, is one of the best diving spots in the world. Deep-sea fishing charters are popular, too.

  • Montague Island near Narooma, South Coast
  • Fishing, Eurobodalla

Wonderful Eurobodalla Adventures

With spectacular coastline, gorgeous beaches, pristine waterways and a deep blue ocean, the beautiful Eurobodalla region on the NSW South Coast is an adventure paradise. One of the top attractions is diving, snorkelling or swimming with fur seals on Montague Island, off the coast of Narooma.

There are more excellent underwater locations teeming with marine life throughout Batemans Marine Park, an aquatic wonderland stretching along the Eurobodalla coast. You’ll find plenty of tours to Montague Island and other diving hotspots in the marine park, a haven for migrating whales.

Whale watching, Montague Island

Discover great surfing and fishing near Batemans Bay, Broulee, Moruya, Tuross Head, Narooma and Mystery Bay, where 1080 Beach in the Eurobodalla National Park is popular with surfers. Kayaking is another exhilarating way to see the marine park and sparkling lakes and rivers, such as Moruya River and Tuross Lake.

Join Bay and Beyond Sea Kayak Tours, Total Eco Adventures and Region X on guided kayaking tours. Just north of Broulee is Mossy Point, where you can hire kayaks and paddle to where stingrays feed. South of here enjoy kayaking on Tuross Lake. In Narooma, hire a kayak from Narooma Marina and explore Wagonga Inlet.

Fishing cruise tour, Narooma Inlet

Cycling enthusiasts will be delighted, too. Quiet country roads and coastal routes such as the North Head to Mossy Point Cycleway, Moruya Cycleway and Tuross Head Foreshore Ride are ideal for cycling. There are scenic forest trails to navigate in the Mogo State Forest, near the heritage village of Mogo.

Accommodation options in the region suit a range of budgets. Getting to the Eurobodalla is easy. The drive from Sydney to the main town of Batemans Bay is four hours and from Canberra two hours. You can also fly to Moruya Airport, where Skydive Oz will take you on a thrilling jump above the stunning coast.

  1. Banksia Walk - Burrewarra Point

    Burrewarra Point has a charming walk through a mature banksia forest with views of the coast and hinterland. It is a fine place to spot whales from September to November. In Autumn, the large grey-green flower...

  2. Batehaven

    Batehaven is where Corrigans Beach is. It's the gateway to the golden beaches of the Batemans Bay area. Just three minutes drive from Batemans Bay, and Catalina Country Club with its 27 hole golf course, Batehaven has...

  3. Batemans Bay Snorkelling Trail

    The first stop on the Batemans Bay Snorkelling Trail is 12 kilometres north of Batemans Bay at Maloneys Beach. As well as being a fantastic spot for snorkelling, Maloneys is ideal for family outings with a grassy...

  4. Bendethera Caves Walking Trek

    The Bendethera Caves Walking Trek is only accessible by four wheel drive via Moruya. It is part of the Deua National Park; a stunning and rugged part of Eurobodalla. The walking trail itself is an eight kilometre...

  5. Cathedral Rocks: Bingie

    Cathedral Rocks are located near Mullimburra Point near Bingie. They are different in composition to the other well known Glasshouse Rocks in Narooma, but they are still a spectacular natural attraction. They provide...

  6. Deua National Park

    Deua National Park, where you can hike, drive, camp, swim, lilo, canoe, picnic and birdwatch, lies between the New South Wales towns of Braidwood, Moruya and Cooma.An easy day trip from Cooma, Braidwood,...

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