What's on in Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay is a delighful holiday centre on the south coast of New South Wales located at the mouth of the Clyde River. It lies south of Durras and north of Broulee on the Eurobodalla coastline. Batemans Bay offers all the attractions of the estuary and embayment and easy access to a wide range of beaches. Visitors enjoy the boating and fishing and the area is ideal for family holidays. You can join daily cruises that travel upstream past the historic township Nelligen. The Murramarang National Park offers several beautiful beaches: Depot Beach, Pretty Beach and Pebbly Beach. To the south is Narooma that is ideal for surfing, boating and fishing. You can head offshore to Montague Island and see wildlife such as the Australian fur seals, fairy penguins, dolphins and seabirds. Futher south
are the townships of Bega, Merimbula, Eden, Tuross Head, Broulee, Bermagui and Tathra. The hub of entertainment in Batemans Bay is the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club that offers a huge range of social entertainment for its members and guests. Other pubs and clubs in the area include: Catalina Country Club, Batemans Bay Tennis Club, Malua Bay, Bermagui Country Club, Moruya Golf Club, Narooma Golf Club, Narooma Sporting and Services Club, Tuross Head Country Club.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities