The vibrant seaside town of Batemans Bay is renowned for its unspoilt coastal beauty. Perched at the entrance of the sparkling Clyde River, 'the Bay' is an aquatic playground for water sports like diving, fishing, kayaking and surfing. Famed for its relaxed coastal ambience, Batemans Bay is a great base for exploring the wonders of the Eurobodalla region.
Eurobodalla is in the heart of Australia’s Oyster Coast and its pristine waterways produce oysters that many consider the best in the world. Savour the succulent fresh seafood, discover the divine beaches and visit charming coastal villages. Every afternoon, watch pelicans and manta rays feed on scraps from the day's catch at the Boatshed.
Batemans Bay currently welcomes smaller cruise ships carrying around 600 passengers. The vessels sit at anchorage in the bay and guests are brought ashore by tender boats. The tenders dock on the foreshore in the centre of town, a short walk to restaurants, shops and attractions.
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