What's on in Eurobodalla Region NSW
The magnificent Eurobodalla Region, on the South Coast of New South Wales, includes over 120 km of scenic and bountiful coastline with a wonderful variety of beaches, inlets, bays, bays, estuaries, coves and rocky headlands that extend from Batemans Bay and Durras in the north to Narooma in the south. The region is located about 200 km east of Canberra and 300 km south of Sydney.The main holiday townships in the delightful Eurobodalla Region include Batemans Bay, which is the main town, Moruya, Narooma, Broulee, Dalmeny and Tuross Heads (North and South). The Eurobodalla Region is well known and very popular with tourists who love its beautiful and relaxing beaches and the wonderful variety of waterways including lakes, embayments, rivers, lagoons, estuaries, and the ocean, that provide so
much to do and see in the area. The main commercial and entertainment hub is Batemans Bay, which is ideally located at the mouth of the Clyde River Estuary. To the west are the rugged mountains of the escarpment and the Southern Highlands that have large areas of Native Forests, National Parks and Nature Reserves that provide ideal setting for mountain biking, camping, eco-tours, nature appreciation and lovely bushwalking tracks. The Eurobodalla area has a wide range of amenities, attractions and excellent tourist and holiday facilities providing for a plethora of recreational and tourist activities. The major entertainment centres are Batemans Bay, Moruya, Narooma and Tuross Heads.
See What`s on in the Eurobodalla Coast Region: Batemans Bay, Bingie, Broulee, Carters Beach, Dalmeny, Depot Beach, Durras, Guerilla Bay, Long Beach, Maloneys Beach, Malua Bay, Moruya, Mossy Point, Mystery Bay, Narooma,
Pebbly Beach, Potato Point, Rosedale Beach, Tomakin, Tuross Head
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities