Things to do and places to stay in the South Coast region of New South Wales.
Coast Leisure Times:
Discover the South Coast of NSW with its great beaches, accommodation guides and holiday
location directories -- from the Leisure Times holiday magazine.
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A few hours south from Sydney, you'll find a charming strip
of unspoilt coastline offering pristine beaches, picturesque seaside towns and quaint
Bay Sea Kayaks:
Located opposite the Batehaven shops, BBSK run kayak tours on the lower reaches of the
Clyde River and the beaches of the southern end of the Murramarang National Park. A
resident pod of dolphins cruises the southern side of the Bay and it is common to see them
on the tours.
On the banks of the Clyde River's broad sweeping estuary, the seaside resort of Batemans
Bay enjoys simply brilliant views both upriver, to the mountains, and seaward, to the
island dotted horizon.
A houseboat holiday is a great way to relax, enjoy and have fun on the South Coast of New
South Wales. Clyde River Houseboats, at Batemans Bay, offers a unique southcoast
accommodation alternative for family holidays, groups looking for that unique weekend
getaway and couples wanting a truly romantic setting to escape to.
Bega is the rural centre of the Sapphire Coast, set at the gateway to the rolling pastures
of the lush Bega Valley. Country life includes lazy creeks winding their way through
paddocks of picture-book cows, and horses grazing against a backdrop of the darkly
Bermagui and Wallaga Lake, have long been a fishermen's paradise, and now others are
discovering this haven at the northern entrance to the Sapphire Coast. Surrounded by
secluded surf beaches, estuaries, wetlands and coastal lagoons, with Mount Dromedary
watching over the scene, the secrets of Bermagui unfold.
An 18-hole championship golf course in the centre of Bermagui on the South Coast of New
South Wales -- where you can play with the big fish.
Broughton Mill Farm:
Nestled in picturesque countryside with sweeping views of the escarpment, Broughton Mill
Farm's three and a half acres of gardens includes a tennis court, solar heated pool, water
gardens and a private picnic area.
Set on 15 glorious acres with expansive rural and ocean views, the north facing homestead
of Far Meadow Lodge provides space, comfort, tranquility and affordable luxury, all within
a few minutes drive of Berry and Seven Mile Beach.
Mananga Homestead stands majestically on a hill overlooking the green fields of this
unique area and the beautiful town of Berry. Elegantly decorated, the Homestead offers
four guest rooms -- all with ensuite facilities -- two with restored Victorian cast iron
T.S. Mort laid the foundations for dairy farming and cheesemaking in the 1870's, which
helps explain the presence of a big cheese at the northern end of Bodalla.
This tiny timber township has become a major tourist attraction as the old shops have been
replaced by restaurants, coffee lounges and gift shops. The main street can be walked in
about ten minutes but the siren call of gift shops and coffee lounges is there so the
visitor can easily spend a couple of hours.
A particularly beautiful area of the New South Wales far south coast originally settled by
whalers and now a fishing port and a popular, but relatively undeveloped, holiday resort
This is a community based three-day event, which celebrates the annual migration of whales
through Eden's waters and Eden's unique whaling and maritime heritage -- held in October.
Historic Cocora Cottage was the original Police Station in Eden. It is centrally located
with spectacular views and is a short walk to Eden's fine restaurants.
Working out of beautiful Eden Harbour with no dangerous bar crossing and easy access to
the open ocean. A range of fishing charters to suit almost everybody.
Jervis Bay Kayak Company:
With access to all of Jervis Bay and nearby waterways there's a sea kayaking experience to
match your ability and interest. Group sizes are limited to eight to maintain a high
standard of safety and care.
Jervis Bay Online:
Directory listing businesses in the Jervis Bay and Basin Area.
The Jervis Bay Tourism Committee invite you to explore the area's unique accommodation,
outstanding activities and world class attractions.
Yes there are Kangaroos in Kangaroo Valley ... along with wallabies, wombats, echidnas,
platypus and the most vivid and abundant birdlife you will ever see. In Kangaroo Valley
the wildlife is where it has always been, undisturbed in the bush. That's one of the many
things that makes Kangaroo Valley unique and so special. It's simply unspoiled.
Canoe or kayak Kangaroo Valley and enjoy the pristine waters, the spectacular views,
rainforest and abundant wildlife.
Kangaroo Valley Horse
Mountain trail rides through lush sub-tropical rainforest.
The Magic begins with a first glimpse of Merimbula's beaches, brilliant beneath the bright
sunshine. Lagoon, lakes and ocean are separated by white sand, and fringed by unspoilt
bushland stretching up into the mountains.
Let Merimbula Air Services fly you around the glorious Sapphire Coast. You'll experience
the delight of viewing spectacular beaches, lakes and lighthouses, and pristine national
Merimbula Divers Lodge:
Merimbula Divers operate two boats 7 days a week, with a minimum number of two divers, to
a variety of dive sites. The lodge also provides modern comfortable accommodation for up
to 24 divers.
Merimbula Marina offer a large range of fishing charters, bay/dolphin cruises, whale
watching through to special occasions and functions catered for on the beautiful Sapphire
Coast. The Marina's fleet currently comprises 2 vessels and 8 small runabouts.
Milton is an attractive township (done out in the inevitable heritage colours) which
entices the traveller with a range of gift shops, cafes, antiques and craft outlets.
Accommodation listing of Milton Chamber of Tourism and Business members. All properties
include good descriptions, photographs, contact information and links to the relative web
Mollymook is located only minutes from the harbour port of Ulladulla and historic rural
Milton. These three areas complement each other with their own special features and
ambience. Mollymook is best known for its excellent surf beach of sweeping clean sands and
clear waters and its neighbouring lush green golf course.
Mollymook Golf Club boasts two magnificent golf courses and modern clubhouses. Nestled
into a green headland, the 9 hole Beachside course overlooks a northern panoramic view
across beautiful Mollymook Beach, while the Australian Golf Digest recently ranked the 18
hole Hilltop course the 13th best course in NSW and the highest ranked south of Sydney.
Moruya is a bustling rural town located on the picturesque Moruya River; a great base for
your exploration of the Nature Coast and the gateway to the scenic wonders of the Deua
National Park and the Araluen Valley.
Riverbreeze Caravan Park:
Riverbreeze provides a wide range of holiday accommodation including modern luxury air-
conditioned and standard cabins that are all spacious and beautifully appointed.
Caravaners and campers are well looked after with beautifully grassed riverside sites as
well as purpose built, easy drive-through slab sites.
Old Mogo Gold Rush
Old Mogo Town is a faithful re-creation of Mogo as it was believed to be in the heady Gold
Rush days of the 1850s. Located between Batemans Bay and Moruya.
With pristine waters and beautiful countryside Narooma is an ideal location for a weekend
away or a full blown holiday. Keep yourself amused with fishing, swimming, surfing,
sunbathing, or hiking, and if that is to much effort for you then laze around all day and
enjoy the peace and quiet that Narooma offers you.
Both houseboats offer incredible visibility while driving so that you can enjoy the
stunning scenery that will surround you as you drive up the river in search of the perfect
place to spend the night.
At the Cultural Centre you can see historical photographs of the Aboriginal reserve at
Wallaga Lake (via Narooma) and also extensive documentation on the local Yuin peoples
fight for the protection of their sacred sites. There is also a workshop viewing area
where you can watch Aboriginal spears and boomerangs being made.
Morton National Park:
Sandstone scenery on a grand scale. To the south, George Boyd lookout, Little Forest
Plateau and Pigeon House Mountain offer views of the coastline and the Budawang and
Ettrema wilderness areas. The Tianjara lookout, on the Nowra-Braidwood road, provides
views of Tianjara Falls. On the western side at Tallong there are spectacular views of the
Shoalhaven Gorge from Badgerys and Longpoint lookouts.
Nowra is bustling centre of the Shoalhaven, focusing on shopping and administration, but
also featuring pleasant streetscaping and historic buildings. Surrounding Nowra are
rolling green pastures, thickly timbered mountains and clean rivers, beaches and bay.
The Shoalhaven boasts a wide range of popular natural attractions. As well as its
magnificent beaches and waterways, the Shoalhaven is home to the famous and beautiful
areas of Jervis Bay, the Kangaroo Valley, Ettrema Wilderness, Budawang Ranges and Morton
Set like a gem into shades of green and blue, Tathra surrounds itself in the natural
beauty of both Mimosa National Park to the north, and Bournda National Park to the south.
The Milton Ulladulla area is an ideal holiday or weekend destination located at the centre
of the Shoalhaven region of the NSW South Coast. Driving time from Sydney is 3 hours and Canberra
2.5 hours. The area offers many excellent beaches, cultural attractions and accommodation
catering for all tastes, interests and budgets.