Adventure in Eurobodalla
Imagine kayaking along meandering rivers, snorkelling with a colony of fur seals or diving in crystal-clear waters brimming with marine life. From Batemans Bay to Narooma, the Eurobodalla region offers plenty of outdoor adventures, from boating and fishing to bushwalking, cycling and whale watching.
Kayaking is a magical way to explore Batemans Marine Park, as well as the region’s waterways like the Moruya River and Tuross Lake. Join Bay and Beyond Sea Kayak Tours, Total Eco Adventures and Region X on a guided kayaking tour. You might even spot dolphins frolicking in the pristine waters.
Just north of Broulee is Mossy Point, where you can hire kayaks and paddle to a place where stingrays are known to gather and feed. In Narooma, hire a kayak from Narooma Marina and explore Wagonga Inlet, a picturesque estuary that teems with marine life.
In Batemans Marine Park, discover a fascinating underwater world that stretches along the Eurobodalla coast, with reefs, caves and sheltered waters making it a great spot for diving and snorkelling. Don’t miss the opportunity to dive and snorkel with fur seals on Montague Island, just off the coast of Narooma.
See the region from above on a thrilling flight with South Coast Seaplanes. You’ll take off and land on the water at Moruya or Narooma, and flights can take you along the coast, out to islands, over national parks and whale watching in the season. From Moruya Airport, jump out of a plane with Skydive Oz.
You can explore the beautiful Eurobodalla coastline by bike, with more than 400km of scenic cycling routes to follow, encompassing both on-road and off-road riding. You’ll journey beside gorgeous beaches and bays, past charming seaside and heritage towns, and through magnificent wilderness.
Begin your cycling adventure on the easy Batemans Bay Cycleway, a lovely 18km return journey. There are plenty of worthwhile stops along the way, including places with picnic tables and BBQ facilities, and the Birdland Animal Park where you can meet owls, emus and koalas. Other great bike adventures include: