What's on in Potato Point
Potato Point is a small town that lies south of Tuross Head and north of Dalmeny in the Eurobodalla Region on the South Coast of New South Wales. Potato Point is surrounded by the wilderness areas of Eurobodalla National Park and lies to the east of the township of Bodalla. The spectacular recreational and scenic resource of Montague Island lies off the coast and you can book various tours to explore the Montague Island Nature Reserve and its seals and other marine life at various venues in the region. Montague Island is famous for its historic lighthouse, its heritage, as well as its seal colonies, penguins, fish and seabirds. The coastal landscape in the Potato Point area is stunning boasting an array of beaches, mountains, rivers, wetlands, waterways, cliffs and nature reserves offering
many bushwalking and mountain bike tracks. Beach, boat and rock fishing are major attractions at Potato Point, and there is excellent fishing in the waters of Tuross Lake. Anglers fishing on the local beaches target tailor, jewfish, salmon and bream. There are a wide range of attractions in the area and a variety of excellent facilities supporting many activities including: surfing, swimming, kite-surfing, canoeing, kayaking, mountain bikes, bushwalking and simply relaxing on the beach with family and friends. Potato Point is an ideal holiday destination and there are many entertainment venues in Batemans bay, Dalmeny and Tuross Head.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities