What's on in Depot Beach
Depot Beach is established inside the magnificent Murramarang National Park, just 15km north of Batemans Bay in the Eurobodalla Region on the south coast of New South Wales. It has a attractive, seclude and relatively sheltered beach with fascinating rock shelves at either end. The beach has delightful scenery is delightfully enclosed by native forests. Depot Beach is an perfect vacation destination to stay and enjoy all the unspoilt nature reserves, sandy beaches and the crystal clear ocean that make it a exceptional place for a holiday or week-end break. It is very popular with couples and families and tourist seeking a surfing adventure or ecotourism discoveries in the nature reserves. Walking is the best way to enjoy the delightful scenery at Depot Beach, walking or jogging along the cliff-top
trails, bushwalking along the trails in the rainforest or strolling along the many attractive beaches in the area. Depot Beach is very close to all the enticements and amenities of Batemans Bay with its clubs, bistros, cafes, charter vessels and recreational and entertainment facilities. The sandy beach is perfect for swimming, surfing, angling and family activities. The Murramarang National Park boasts a remarkable variety of plants and animals and offers many eco-tourism opportunities. Some of the more popular walks are The Discovery Trail, Snake Bay, Durras Mountain, Snapper Point and Merry Beach. The Murramarang Aboriginal Area contains heritage sites and middens that showcase the early Aboriginal occupation of the area. A self directed stroll understands this wealthy seaboard culture.Rock
and beach anglers generally target Groper, Bream, Whiting, Flathead, Tailor, Salmon and Snapper and many other species.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities