Batemans Bay Marina is located close to the town centre which offers various service clubs and shops all within walking distance. With a focus on fresh seafood and other high quality local produce, the marina’s new ‘pop up’ restaurant services both Batemans Bay residents and holiday-makers alike.


Oyster Trail

Eurobodalla sits in the heart of Australia’s Oyster Coast – renowned for having the most environmentally aware oyster growing estuaries in the world.
Three species of premium oyster are grown and freshly- harvested all year round from the Clyde River in Batemans Bay, Tuross Lake, and Wagonga Inlet in Narooma.


Batemans Bay Bridge

The coastal resort town of Batemans Bay and its surrounding area, on the NSW south coast, are blessed with one of the most beautiful, natural environments in all of Australia. Situated on the mouth of the famous Clyde River.



The first stop on the Batemans Bay Snorkeling Trail is 12 kilometers north of Batemans Bay at Maloney’s Beach. As well as being a fantastic spot for Snorkeling, Maloney’s is ideal for family outings with a grassy reserve, toilets, boat ramp, electric barbecues and covered picnic area.


Mini Golf

Batemans Bay Mini Golf is one of the best mini golf courses in the country! Enjoy the 18 hole, themed, Batemans Bay Mini Golf Course – great family fun for all ages. Test your skills – each hole has a different degree of difficulty making it a true test of your golfing skills. It’s fun and challenging. There is plenty of shade with snacks and drinks available. Look for the ‘Big Pink Ball’.


Golf Club

Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Eurobodalla Coast, the Moruya Golf Club features an 18 hole championship course. A favourite amongst members and visitors alike, Our golf courses are highly regarded and boast some of the most spectacular vistas on the south coast.


Town Centre

Batemans Bay Town has various stores and shopping
complexes that is situated beside Batemans Bay’s Clyde River.
There are various ranges of restaurants, eateries and many
other shops to meet your expectation. The town regularly
have annual events throughout the year to bring color info
your life and enjoy.


Mogo Zoo

Mogo Zoo is situated 10 kilometers south of Batemans Bay. It was established in 1989 by Sally Padey, and has attained an international reputation as one of the most successful private zoos in Australia. This extraordinary collection includes gorillas, rhinoceros, silvery gibbons, Bolivian squirrel monkeys, giraffe, zebra, meerkats, cheetah, cotton-top tamarins, snow leopards, Sumatran tigers, Nepalese red pandas, ring-tailed lemurs, oriental small-clawed otters, siamangs and white lions. They have a wide range of amazing up close and personal experiences available. Delivering world standard facilities for over 250 animals.


Birdland Animal Park

Birdland Animal Park is a delightful and intimate hands-on experience. Forest paths wind through eight acres of sweeping waterfront trees and landscaped gardens brimming with native Australian animals, birds and reptiles (over 100 species). Make way for the chugging train just out of the tunnel!



The flat and pristine white sand beaches of the Batemans Bay
region are the area’s main attraction. For surfing, check out
Broulee Beach, Narooma is popular place for family holidays,
and pretty Pebbly Beach is a haven for kangaroos. Further
north, Mallymook Beach is a patrolled by lifeguards and is
family friendly


Montague Island

Located off the coast the Narooma Montague Island is home
to NSW’s largest colony of fur seals . Hear you can drive and snorkel with the seals, visit the Montague Island Lighthouse Keepers’ Quarters, take a guided tour of the island or go on a spectacular whale watching tour or wildlife cruise around the coastline.


Batemans Bay Cycleway

Cycling in Batemans is a scenic,family friendly experience as the cy cycleway is mainly flat, hugging the bay.At the suggested starting point in Batehaven of Carrigans Beach, there are great…


Broulee Island Walk

The four kilometer Broulee Island Walk begins south of the main beach Broulee across a permanent sand bar. The walk features ocean vistas across pristine rock pools that photographers will love. It’s also a great wantage point for whale watching spring. Along the walk there is a brilliant displayof nativeplants including coastal banksias,casuarinas, coastal wattles, westringias, red olive plum and lilli pilli. It’s also a wonderful place for marine birdlife- including the outstanding fairy wren and white bellied eagle.


Mogo Heritage Town & Gold Colony

The Colony (formerly Old Mogo Town) is a re=created 1850s gold rush town and theme park. This award-winning New South Wales South Coast tourism attraction is an educational, historical and cultural venue..
Informative tour guides retrace the story of life during the 1850s Gold Rush, including the adventures of Australia’s ‘bloodiest’ bushrangers, the Clarke Gng.
See the working Stamp Battery, explore the Gold Mine, mining town buildings, and pan foe your own real gold.
Assisted wheelchair access to most most exhibits. Picnic area beside peaceful lakes and gardens. Run the Eureka themed Mogo Maze ,fun everyone.



The Tilba Region greets visitors with amazing outlook across green rolling pastures to dramatic mountains, rich in European and aboriginal history and culture.
Featured in the series River Cattage Australia the Tilba Region provides a scenic backdrop for a contemporary take on living off the land and creating gourmet masterpieces from local and seasonal produce.
Tilba also famous for comfy cattages , B & B’s and questhouses. You’ll be rewarded with good old fashioned hospitality while you unwind to the country rhythms of birdsong cowsong, tranquility and stunning views