What's on in Mystery Bay
Mystery Bay is a very picturesque location on the Eurobodalla Coast of southern New South Wales boasting lovely clear water and fantastic beaches, bays and headlands. Mystery Bay is a wonderful location for angling, boating and sailing as is positioned between Narooma and Bermagui in the famous Nature Coast district. Mystery Bay itself is a wonderful spot for angling and has excellent boat ramps that provide all-weather access to many offshore sand flats and reefs, and also to Montague Island. Mystery Bay is included within the Dromedary Conservation Area and it includes a set of seven beautiful coastal lakes as well as several secluded beaches and Montague Island. The most renowned beaches at Mystery Bay are Billy`s Beach, 1080 Beach and Mystery Bay Beach. There are many scenic bushwalking
and foreshore tracks around the bay. Billy's beach provides outstanding snorkelling, surfing, fishing and swimming. The variety of rock formations and caves are a great place for exploring. The snorkelling and scuba diving at Mystery Bay is fabulous and other activities include diving, fishing, surfing, swimming, bush walking, and general relaxing the beach with family and friends. Narooma and historic township of Tilba Tilba are only about 10 km away and Batemans Bay provides a wealth of entertainment and amusement venues.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities