Crystal-clear waters, colourful marine life and a relaxed vibe make Broulee a popular holiday destination in the Eurobodalla region of the NSW South Coast. This village invites you to get outdoors. Go diving, surfing and fishing; join a kayaking or snorkelling tour; and explore the beautiful Broulee Island Nature Reserve.

The southern end of Broulee Beach is the starting point for the 4km Broulee Island Reserve Walk. Be amazed by coastal views, native plants and marine birdlife. There are also vantage points to see migrating whales, rock platforms that offer excellent spots for fishing and a surf break at Pinks Point.

Family walk along Broulee Beach - Eurobodalla

You can learn to surf at Broulee Surf Schooland Surf the Bay Surf School, or join an adventure tour with Total Eco Adventures and Region X. The Batemans Marine Park is a top spot for diving, snorkelling and kayaking, and a haven for migrating whales, dolphins and sea birds.

Just north of Broulee, discover the villages of Mossy Point and Tomakin as well as more fine beaches, the Tomaga River and Burrewarra Point, a popular diving location. Hire a kayak from Region X to paddle the estuary. At Tomakin, cast a line with Learn the Basics of Beach Fishing. Hire a bike and pedal along the North Head to Mossy Point Cycleway.

Broulee is less than 20 minutes’ drive south of Batemans Bay. The drive from Sydney is around four hours and just over two hours from Canberra. You can also fly into Moruya Airport, 10 minutes away. Accommodation options suit various budgets, from stylish beach houses to holiday parks.