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Batehaven
Batehaven
Batehaven
Batehaven is just a short three minute drive from one of the south coast's prettiest towns, Batemans Bay and gateway to the golden beaches of the Batemans Bay area.

Batemans Bay wharf
Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay
A happy mix of seaside village and cosmopolitan town, Batemans Bay has an easy and relaxed charm that reminds you life is to be enjoyed. From families looking for calm bay beaches to enjoy a leisurely dip, to fishing enthusiasts who like estuary, beach or rock fishing. The coastline around Batemans Bay is stunning with a string of golden beaches, mangroves and oyster flats, and sheltered coves that offer numerous activities; fishing, diving, snorkelling, kayaking, boating and more. Enjoy the Clyde River on a lunchtime cruise; if you enjoy oysters, buy some succulent Clyde River oysters.

Historic All Saints Church, Bodalla
Bodalla
Bodalla
The lavish green countryside and long timber barns surrounding this 150-year-old working village tell you you’re in prime dairy country. Australia’s first commercial cheese and first cheese exports were made here, and the tradition is very much alive.

broulee beach
Broulee
Broulee
Broulee is the quintessential Aussie seaside holiday town, surrounded by crystal clear waters, great surf and wide stretches of sandy beach. Kids on bikes, beach towels on decks, surfboards on roof racks; it’s a barefoot easiness that doesn’t take long to settle into.

Tilba Village with Gulaga in the background
Central Tilba
Central Tilba
The village of Central Tilba is as beautiful as it is unique. Classified under the National Trust, and named as one of Australia’s best heritage sights, the town offers a living snapshot of 19th century Australia.

Congo
Congo
Congo
Just to the south of Moruya lie glorious beaches and rock fishing locations where the only footprints on the sand belong to you. The beaches stretch from Moruya’s South Head to Congo, Meringo, Mullimburra Point and Bingie Bingie Point within the Eurobodalla National Park. Make sure to keep your eyes and ears open for the incredible birdlife in these regions. The headland is a great viewing point to spy humpback whales on their annual migration

Look out Dalmeny
Dalmeny
1 Noble Parade, Dalmeny
Dalmeny is a small village just north of Narooma. Sitting prettily on headlands between Mummuga Lake and Kianga Creek, Dalmeny offers magnificent views to Montague Island and the Tasman Sea. Visitors enjoy a choice of beaches, parks and walks. A cycle path links Dalmeny to Kianga and Narooma, closely following the coastline and offering magnificent views. A popular camping ground as well as a variety of holiday rental options are situated very close to the local shopping centre.

Walking at Broulee Beach
Eurobodalla
Eurobodalla
Eurobodalla showcases a dazzling blue landscape of ocean, rivers, lakes and estuaries along 110 kilometres of coastline. 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 temperate winters.

kianga
Kianga
65 Dalmeny Drive, Kianga
Kianga is a tiny village with spectacular views over the Tasman Sea and Montague Island.

aerial view of Maloneys Beach
Maloneys Beach
Maloneys Beach
Maloneys Beach is approximately 14 kilometres north of Batemans Bay township. Situated on the northern shore of Batemans Bay and adjacent to Murramarang National Park, the beach is enclosed by headlands and chain-like rock formations. Featuring protected coves, rockpools, visiting pods of dolphins, an expansive grass reserve which attracts lots of kangaroos, toilets, boat ramp and picnic area, it is an ideal family area. Maloneys Beach is a recommended location for snorkelling and walking.

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