What's on in Malua Bay
Malua Bay is situated on the Eurobodalla Coast on the southern shoreline of New South Wales, about 17 km south of Batemans Bay. It is ideally located about 100 km south of Nowra, 300 km hours drive south of Sydney and 250 km drive east from Canberra. Malua Bay is part of a group of fabulous beaches and charming small villages south of Batemans Bay, within a large embayment. The beach at Malua Bay is very well-liked for its rugged headlands and excellent conditions for surfing and swimming. There are a range of other delightful beaches close by, so visitors have a wide range to choose from to suit the wind and wave conditions applying at the time. Fishing, sailing and boating are very popular activities, including offshore fishing and angling in the Clyde River Estuary and in the loal embayment.
You can book one of many charter fishing tours that leave from Batemans Bay daily for offshore fishing trips and also enjoy whale watching cruises in the season. Lilli Pilli Beach and Mosquito Beach are both located within walking distance from Malua Bay. The area has a wide range of wonderful attractions and facilities supporting various activities: Visitors can go scuba diving at the beautiful Tollgate Islands; visit the township of Mogo for fabulous Devonshire teas, galleries, antique shops, restaurants, cafes, food outlets and a range of hand-crafted goods. The Malua Bay Bowling and Recreation Club provide excellent entertainment and dining, and there are many venues at Batemans Bay.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities