The Yuin people, the traditional inhabitants of Eurobodalla, have been living along this stretch of coastline for more than 20,000 years and still have a deep spiritual connection with the land. Follow in their footsteps along the Bingi Dreaming Track, an ancient Songline that linked camps, fresh water, food and ceremonial sites. Join a guided walk led by local Yuin people to the top of Gulaga, a dormant volcano that has long been considered a sacred place. Learn the secrets of the oldest living culture on earth in Eurobodalla.
Just a few thousand people are lucky enough to live in the postcard-perfect villages of Eurobodalla. These sleepy seaside ports and farming communities have a rich history, vibrant spirit and a cast of welcoming locals. Learn how Moruya helped build the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the dairying days of Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba, and why Bodalla was built as a private village for the estate of a wealthy colonial businessman. In Eurobodalla, you’ll feel away from your usual life but instantly at home.
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.
Getting to & around Eurobodalla
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 flights from Sydney to Moruya Airport, in the heart of Eurobodalla, three times a week. 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.
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