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The towns and villages of Eurobodalla

How life should be

There’s something magical about the New South Wales South Coast: the clarity of the water, the colour of the sky, the fall of forests along ocean fringes.

At its heart sits Eurobodalla, the ‘land of many waters’. While unspoilt beaches, rivers and bays are Eurobodalla’s signature, its towns and villages offer a relaxed mix of history, country charm and cosmopolitan style that leaves a mark long after the saltwater has dried.

At Eurobodalla’s northern gateway sits South Durras, a pristine seaside escape surrounded by lake and forest. To the south are the heritage listed villages of Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba (home of the television series River Cottage Australia). To the west, the riverside village of Nelligen welcomes you as you exit the winding forest road from the mountains. The Pacific Ocean, 83 beaches, 16 lakes, and numerous rivers form Eurobodalla’s eastern border.

Inside this piece of paradise, Eurobodalla’s towns and villages offer award winning markets and produce, vibrant art and entertainment, and authentic food and shopping. Each town and village has its own feel and flavour: Moruya’s country charm, Batemans Bay’s seaside style, Bodalla’s living dairy heritage. In Tuross Heads you can park your kayak at a café wharf, in Narooma you can lose or find yourself in impossibly blue waters. Mogo is eclectic. Tomakin is a secret. Broulee is a beach towel drying on a deck.

Plan a path or let your senses guide you. The towns and villages of Eurobodalla offer an opportunity to discover special places, take it easy for a while and live life as you mean it to be.

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