What's on in Pambula, NSW
The much-loved vacation village and holiday hub of Pambula straddles the Pambula River and its estuary in the Sapphire Coast Region on the Southern Coastline of New South Wales. Pambula is a wonderful spot for family vacations, with beautiful sandy beaches, delightful estuary, lake, marine and environmental reserves in close to the town. Pambula Beach is an excellent location for swimming, surfing, angling, and for couples and families to enjoy a day relaxing on the beach or fishing. The surfing beach is patrolled by the local surf lifesavers throughout the summer months and school holidays. Visitors can enjoy in activities such as angling, sea kayaking, canoeing, all types of boating and sailing. Visitors can enjoy cruises on the attractive Pambula River and Pambula Lake, which adjoin Ben
Boyd National Park. This park has numerous stunning bike and bushwalking trails all along the Pambula River and there are many scenic lookouts. River cruises showcase the Aboriginal heritage and diverse wildlife in the region; dolphins can often be seen in the river. Pambula is renowned for its arts, craft and antique shops, cafes, bistros, seafood outlets, and charming pubs and clubs. Quality art and craft markets and trash and treasure market are held in the area in various townships. The scenic backdrop of forests and rural areas, nature reserves and National Parks adds to the coastal water-based recreational activities available in the area. Bega and Eden offer additional entertainment and amusement opportunities.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities