As well as bringing your reading glasses, grabbing your book-spending money, packing for the weekend and thoroughly enjoying the Writers Festival, take time to enjoy the many other delights Batemans Bay and the greater Eurobodalla area have to offer. Check out the Eurobodalla South Coast NSW Things to See and Do website.
Eurobodalla on the South Coast of NSW showcases a dazzling blue landscape of ocean, rivers, lakes and estuaries. Set against a dramatic backdrop of mountains and forest, the region is renowned for its rich sea, bird and wild life, clear warm summers and mild winters.The three major towns of Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma are connected by coastal and rural villages, central to the regions strong rural heritage and indigenous culture, and reflecting a genuinely warm, authentic and relaxed community.
The towns and villages entertain a vibrant seaside cafe culture and renowned restaurants that offer plenty of ways to enjoy seafood and regional produce. You’ll also find the work of local artists and craftspeople in galleries, emporiums, boutique shops and at country markets.
Must see attractions include Montague Island, Birdland Mogo Zoo, Mogo Village and Old Mogo Town and the picturesque Central Tilba National Trust village.
The spectacular views from headlands and hinterland lend themselves to leisurely drives, short walks, longer hikes through the forest and mountains or leisurely games on a uniquely located golf course.
The regions many waterways can be enjoyed by boat, paddle steamer, kayak, surfboard or other watercraft – many tours, charters, hire options and lessons are available making it easy to fish, to look and to explore all year round.
For more information visit www.eurobodalla.com.au or Batemans Bay Visitor Information Centre, Corner of Princes Highway and Beach Road Batemans Bay