Bushfires have affected some New South Wales destinations, but thankfully much of the State remains open for business and ready to receive visitors. Stay up to date on our Travel Alerts page.
Discover a place that’s all kinds of natural. Where you can immerse yourself in the raw beauty of nature, unearth ancient cultures, and taste the freshness of the land and sea. Eurobodalla is a place like no other.
A hidden gem on the NSW South Coast, the Eurobodalla region stretches from South Durras in the north to the historic village of Tilba Tilba in the south, a lush playground of ocean, river, forest and farmland. Visit the charming villages of Batemans Bay, Broulee, Narooma, Moruya and Tilba. Surf the breaks, walk the cliffs, swim with seals, eat freshly-shucked oysters and follow ancient Aboriginal Songlines.
Nature is all around you in Eurobodalla. Walk along rugged sea cliffs, explore winding bush trails or see it all from the air. Known as the Land of Many Waters, Eurobodalla is the place for an aquatic adventure, like snorkelling with seals or fishing by kayak. Immerse yourself in this untouched natural world.
There’s always another story beneath the surface in Eurobodalla. Discover ancient Songlines and sacred mountains that connect with the oldest living culture on earth. Learn the stories of colonial pioneers and visit tiny farming communities where you’ll be welcomed as a friend. In Eurobodalla, you’ll feel at home.
The pristine waters and rich farmland of Eurobodalla are famed for their succulent oysters, ocean-fresh fish, marbled beef, colourful vegetables and fragrant honey. Taste artisan cheese, crusty sourdough and tangy preserves created by passionate local producers. Every day is delicious in Eurobodalla.
Settle in for a longer break in Eurobodalla. Stay in a stylish beach house, secluded cabin in the wilderness or luxurious glamping tent by the lake. Get away from it all in a historic lighthouse keeper’s cottage on Montague Island or choose a classic resort just steps away from restaurants and bars. Families will love the waterfront holiday parks and campgrounds. Whatever your style and budget, there’s the perfect place for you in Eurobodalla.
Bushfires continue to impact the Eurobodalla region. Some roads, national parks and reserves may be closed. Before travelling to the region, visit the NSW Rural Fire Service website for the latest information. A total fire ban is also in place across the State.
Eurobodalla is on the far South Coast of NSW. It’s around four hours from Sydney by car, travelling along the scenic Sydney to Melbourne coastal drive. Eurobodalla is also easy to get to from Canberra and the drive takes around two hours. Regional Express (REX) operates daily flights from Sydney to Moruya Airport, in the heart of Eurobodalla. The flight takes just under an hour.
Eurobodalla is a great place for a self-drive holiday with scenic routes from Batemans Bay in the north to Tilba in the south. Bring your bike (or hire one) and explore this compact region on two wheels. There are many trails winding through bushland, running along the coast, and connecting towns and villages.