Eden activities

  1. Ben Boyd National Park

    Ben Boyd National Park invites you to discover its intriguing history. From Aboriginal middens to a heritage lighthouse, the park holds loads of historic surprises just waiting for you to discover. Its finest attractions, though, are not m…

  2. Snug Cove

    Snug Cove, Eden is where three wharves unite at one of the most stunning coastal vistas of NSW. It is the hub for vessels that enter the crystal-clear waters of Twofold Bay to the Port of Eden, the southernmost deep water harbour of NSW. …

  3. Sprout Eden

    Sprout Eden, the daily version of the Nethercote Seasonal Produce Market in town, is a proud purveyor of the best that local producers have to offer, including organic meat, artisan smoked fish, free-range eggs, dairy and specialty breads, …

  4. Merrica River Nature Trail

    Those seeking a bushwalk through pristine landscapes and along deserted beaches swimming, fishing and picnicking on the way – should head to Merrica River nature trail. The area around the river mouth is virtually untouched, and those who …

  5. Terrace Beach and Lennards Island

    Only accessible by 4WD, remote Terrace Beach and Lennards Island is the perfect nature escape from the hustle of city life. Situated in beautiful Ben Boyd National Park, on the NSW Far South Coast near Eden, it’s a perfect spot for ‘off the…

  6. Aslings Beach

    Asling’s Beach is in the heart of the fishing village Eden, on the northern shores of Twofold Bay. The beach offers both surf and safe swimming, and is patrolled in summer. Conditions change regularly and rips are often present. There is …

  7. Barmouth Beach

    Barmouth Beach is an easily accessible beach at the Pambula rivermouth, with opportunities for swimming, birdwatching, canoeing, fishing and family picnics. George Bass first landed at Barmouth Beach on 18 December 1797, seeking shelter fr…

  8. Eden Killer Whale Museum

    The Eden Killer Whale Museum has been in operation for over 85 years and is a publicly owned facility. The building is situated overlooking the Pacific Ocean where, in the season, whales may be seen from the various vantage points. Exhi…

  9. Bittangabee Bay Ruins

    Bittangabee Bay ruins, in Ben Boyd National Park, is an unfinished stone building dating from the 1840s, giving visitors a glimpse of early European history in the national park. After just a short stroll from Bittangabee Bay carpark, you…

  10. Pinnacles Loop Walking Track

    Pinnacles loop walking track is a pleasant, easy walk that meanders through the woodland and heath of the NSW Far South Coast region. With beautiful coastal views south to Lennards Island and north to Haycock Point, it’s an easy stroll for …

  11. Green Cape Lookout

    For one of the best whale watching spots along the NSW coast, you can’t go past Green Cape lookout. With vast ocean views from this rocky peninsula, it’s also a popular spot for birdwatching and wildlife-spotting - a perfect pit stop on a c…

  12. Mount Imlay Summit Walking Track

    Starting at Burrawang picnic area, this challenging walk takes you through dry eucalypt forests and grassy woodlands to the summit of Mount Imlay. The track climbs steeply, rising 600 metres, but there’s plenty to distract you from the effo…

  13. Nadgee Nature Reserve

    The natural beauty of Nadgee Nature Reserve has been preserved for centuries, allowing visitors to explore, bushwalk, birdwatch and swim in a pristine coastal landscape. On the far south coast of NSW is a startling area of untouched beauty.…

  14. Kiah Wilderness Tours

    Kiah Wilderness Tours specialises in guided, small-group kayak tours on a pristine river near Eden on the NSW south coast, three hours’ drive from Canberra. Guests paddle past magnificent forests, explore the wilderness at their own pace, l…

  15. Disaster Bay Lookout

    The scenic lookout from Disaster Bay in Ben Boyd National Park offers striking views over Disaster Bay and Nadgee-Howe Wilderness Area. Disaster Bay lookout is the perfect spot to enjoy birdwatching and nature photography while taking in …

  16. Boyds Tower walking track

    Follow this gentle walking track and boardwalk around the imposing Boyds Tower. Find out about the eccentric entrepreneur Benjamin Boyd, who built Boyds Tower only to never see it commissioned as a lighthouse. Take a good look at the histor…

  17. Nadgee Wilderness Walk

    If you're looking for the ultimate coastal hike, Nadgee Wilderness Walk could possibly be the one. Not for the faint-hearted, it's a four-day 50 kilometre hike along untouched pieces of southern New South Wales coastline from Merrica River …