With national park and forest covering almost three quarters of the region, this is the place to unleash your adventurous spirit. Stand upon rocks that were formed 500 million years ago, walk along rugged coastline that has been shaped by millennia of wind and water, and explore endless swathes of untouched bushland. Cycle along challenging mountain trails, spot kangaroos on the beach at sunrise or see it all from above as you launch yourself from a skydiving plane.
More than 130km of coastline, 83 beaches, 20 lakes and four rivers – it’s no wonder Eurobodalla is known as the Land of Many Waters. And there are plenty of ways to dive beneath the surface of this spectacular region. Swim in the calm waters of Mystery Bay, catch a wave at Broulee and snorkel with playful seal pups off Montague Island. Walk along the rugged coastline, stopping for a dip at secret beaches and peaceful coves along the way. Then head inland to explore pristine rivers by kayak and fish in sleepy estuaries.
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.
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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