Beaches in Eurobodalla

Between Batemans Bay in the north and Mystery Bay in the south, discover a string of postcard-perfect beaches. The Eurobodalla region is home to soft white sands, crystal-clear waters and adrenaline-pumping surf breaks. There are also ancient rock formations and delightful beachside picnic areas.

Batemans Marine Park is part of this naturally-blessed region on the NSW South Coast, and a haven for dolphins, seals, penguins and migrating whales. You can explore these pristine waters on kayaking and diving tours with Region X, Bay and Beyond Sea Kayak Tours, Total Eco Adventures and Underwater Safaris.

Family enjoying at McKenzies Beach in Eurobodalla , South Coast

From sheltered bays to surfing hotspots, the region has a range of beautiful beaches to enjoy. Many are patrolled by lifesavers over the warmer months – check the Beachsafe website for details. Popular beaches near Batemans Bay include Surf Beach, Malua Bay Beach and Broulee Beach.

Further south, visit Moruya Beach, Congo and Bingi, and take a walk along the Bingi Dreaming Track. Tuross Beach and Dalmeny Beach are both surrounded by picturesque lakes. At Narooma Surf Beach you’ll find the ancient Glasshouse Rocks and Pillow Lava rock formations, and 1080 Beach near Mystery Bay is popular for surfing and fishing.

Surfing at Glasshouse Rocks in Narooma, Batemans Bay and Eurobodalla, South Coast

Learn to catch a wave with surf schools such as Surf the Bay Surf School, Soulrider Surf School and Broulee Surf School. Other ways to appreciate this magical stretch of coastline include skydiving above the beaches with Skydive Oz and joining a beach fishing tour with Learn the Basics of Beach Fishing.

At the southern end of Broulee Beach, you’ll find a sandbar across to Broulee Island Nature Reserve, the starting point for the 4km Broulee Island Reserve Walk. Discover coastal views, native plants and marine birdlife, and there are excellent spots for rock fishing and a surf break at Pinks Point.

Great Beach Experiences in the South Coast