Eurobodalla Coast

Land of Many Waters

For a family fun holiday or romantic getaway, discover the 83 beaches Eurobodalla Coast has to offer. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life by surrounding yourself with nature. From pristine beaches, vast rivers and lakes to islands, nature reserves and quaint heritage towns the Eurobodalla Coast will have you longing to return.

Caravanners and campers can easily navigate throughout Eurobodalla with little traffic chaos. Holiday parks and camping grounds are ideal to serve as your base to explore the region with many boasting stunning beachfront locations and soothing river views.

Things to see and do

Fast Facts

Find a Holiday Park in the Eurobodalla Coast Region

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    Batemans Bay Marina Resort
    49 Beach Road, Batemans Bay
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Hampshire Holidays
    Ingenia Holidays Moruya
    9 Princes Highway, Moruya
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Ingenia Holidays
    Tuross Lakeside Holiday Park
    211 Hector McWilliam Drive, Tuross Head
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Tuross Beach Cabins & Campsites
    83 Nelson Parade, Tuross Head
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Surfbeach Holiday Park – Narooma
    1 Ballingalla Street, Narooma
    Eurobodalla Coast
    NRMA Batemans Bay Holiday Resort
    51 Beach Road, Batehaven
    Eurobodalla Coast
    NRMA Parks & Resorts
    Pleasurelea Tourist Resort
    438 Beach Road, Sunshine Bay
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Ingenia Holidays Tomakin
    55 Sunpatch Parade, Tomakin
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Ingenia Holidays
    BIG4 Batemans Bay East's Riverside Holiday Park
    Wharf Road, Batemans Bay
    Eurobodalla Coast
    BIG4
    BIG4 South Durras Holiday Park
    9 Beagle Bay Road, South Durras
    Eurobodalla Coast
    BIG4
    BIG4 Moruya Heads Easts Dolphin Beach Holiday Park
    10 Pedro Point Road, Moruya Heads
    Eurobodalla Coast
    BIG4
    Barlings Beach Holiday Park
    1939 George Bass Drive, Rosedale
    Eurobodalla Coast
    BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Broulee
    6 Lyttle Street, Broulee
    Eurobodalla Coast
    BIG4
    Clyde View Holiday Park
    107 Beach Road, Batehaven
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Beachcomber Holiday Park
    Blackfellows Point Road, Potato Point
    Eurobodalla Coast
    BIG4 Nelligen Holiday Park
    970 Kings Highway, Nelligen
    Eurobodalla Coast
    BIG4
    Batemans Bay Holiday Park
    49 Old Princes Highway, Batemans Bay
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Lakesea Park
    1 Durras Lake Road, South Durras
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Caseys Beach Holiday Park
    414 Beach Road, Batehaven
    Eurobodalla Coast
    Batemans Bay North Tourist Park
    11195 Princes Highway, Benandarah
    Eurobodalla Coast

Major Destinations

Batemans Bay sits at the mouth of the Clyde River where it pours into the Pacific, providing a superb water playground of sailing, beach and big game fishing, swimming, surfing and river cruising. For the golfing enthusiast, there is a challenging 27 hole golf course, and for a spot of family fun, take some time out at mini golf or the wildlife park where you can feed koalas and snakes.

Being home to the famous Clyde River oyster, fresh local seafood is a menu favourite at many waterside restaurants and there is also an abundance of places to shop, museums and galleries to explore, and pubs and clubs and reminisce and make new friends.

Things to See & Do

  • Birdland Animal Park
  • Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens
  • Pearly Oyster Bar & Farm

A quintessential Aussie beachside holiday experience. If you’re a water lover then swimming, snorkelling, diving and surfing can be the order of the day with a feast of fish and chips wrapping up the day.

The waters are bright blue and crystal clear, with the calm shallow pools of Candlagan Creek ideal for families with small children.

Exploring Broulee Island is also a must during your visit or a stroll around the surrounding villages may also reveal some hidden treasures.

Things to See & Do

  • Broulee Island Nature Reserve.
  • Burrewarra Point lighthouse

As the hub of Eurobodalla, Moruya makes the ideal starting point for exploring the region.

A wealth of fine dining experiences at restaurants and cosy cafes will satisfy your hunger and the fashion and jewellery boutique or Saturday markets will satisfy the shopper within. Filled with a fascinating gold rush, shipping and dairying history, the local museum in Moruya is a educational experience to be enjoyed by the entire family.

Or if you want to get back to nature the surrounding forest of the Deua National Park is an ideal place to experience the native birdlife and unique flora and fauna.

Things to See & Do

  • Moruya River
  • Moruya Saturday Markets
  • New Years Rodeo (January)
  • South East Harvest (March)

A natural wonderland which makes it a mecca for big game fishing and whale watching. You can cruise the dazzling blue waters of Wagonga Inlet, stroll through the lush forest gardens of Mount Dromedary or go big game fishing on the Continental Shelf.

To end a relaxing and inspiring day on the water, there are many fine dining restaurants and friendly clubs will set the scene for a sumptuous meal and enjoyable company.

Things to See & Do

  • Montague Island Nature Reserve
  • Narooma Lighthouse Museum
  • Narooma Oyster Festival (May)

Lying east of Bodalla is Potato Point which is a quaint town that is ideal for a stop over as you travel down the South Coast in your caravan or motorhomes and take in the scenic splendour of the region.

Things to See & Do

  • Jemison’s Beach
  • Lake Brunderee
  • Potato Beach

A pretty, historic village on a sweeping bend on the Clyde River, shielded from the noisy world by National Park and State Forest. If you’re in search of tranquillity, this is the place to be. You can spend your time quietly exploring the history of the area, or why not sit on the bank of the river with a rod and catch a bream or flathead for dinner.

Things to See & Do

  • Mogo Zoo
  • Tomago River

Surrounded by vibrant blue ocean, lake and estuary, you can see why the region was named the ‘Land of Many Waters’. Fishing and boating is a way of life, with waters suitable for the avid fisherman or for the causal family outing. With plenty of canoes and boats for hire, why not explore by water.

In season, you can catch your own prawns in Coila Lake or have your seafood served up fresh at one of the many cafes and restaurants. Or if golf is your much loved past time, then there is a golf course at that will afford you a great game of golf and stunning ocean views.

Things to See & Do

  • Coila Lake
  • Tuross Lake
  • Whale Watching

Touring Routes

Discover the fresh produce and unique flavours of Eurobodalla.  Take your taste buds on a gastronomic journey through Eurobodalla’s restaurants, cafes and local markets to meet some of our local producers, oyster farmers, growers, gourmets and chefs. More information.

Renowned for its oysters  Eurobodalla is one of the few places you can sample all three types grown in the state: Sydney rock oysters, famed for their complex flavours and lingering sweetness; the slightly larger and firmer Pacific oysters, which have an addictively fresh, salty flavour; and the rare Angasi, a flat native oyster that is full-bodied and rich. More information.