What's on in Pebbly Beach
Pebbly Beach, established in the Eurobodalla Region, on the South Coast of New South Wales is renowned for the numerous kangaroos that drop in at the beach. The kangaroos are rather tame and used to humans and can be easily patted and photographed. Pebbly Beach is located about 350 km south from Sydney and 200 km east from Canberra and just 20 minutes drive from the large regional centre of Batemans Bay which has shops, bistros, taverns, clubs, a cinema and a broad variety of amusement and entertainment options. Pebbly Beach is situated just south of Termeil and can be accessed by journeying along the gravel road for 8 km from the turnoff. The major beach in the area is a sandy beach, suitable for swimming and general beach activities. At the southern end of the beach is an interesting rock
platform and further along is a large pebble beach. There is another pebble strewn foreshore over the headland to the north. Lining the beaches and dunes are beautiful grassy areas and parks. There are shady spots under the spotted gums as well as small pockets rainforest. In the hinterland behind Pebbly Beach is the beautiful Mount Durras, which has spectacular lookouts with views over the coastline and the Eastern Escarpment. It requires about an hour to ascend from Pebbly Beach to the summit of Mount Durras. Despite the steepness in places, the views are well worth the effort. There are numerous other bushwalks in the locality, including a track that runs between Pretty Beach and Pebbly Beach. The Pebbly Beach area is a ideal spot for a beachside vacation with numerous magnificent attractions
and activities, locally and in the surrounding villages and coastal areas. There are numerous art and craft stores, food outlets and galleries in the area.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities