Batemans Bay is the gateway to Eurobodalla at the heart of Australia's Oyster Coast, where Clyde River oysters are harvested in crystal clear waters.


Mogo is a charming village established after the 1850s gold rush. Today, the town is a hidden treasure filled with shopping delights, specialty stores, talented artists, craftspeople, cafes and treasures on every corner.


Moruya is the heart and soul of country Eurobodalla. Situated on the beautiful Moruya River, you’ll find a laid back way of living, far removed from the fast pace of city life.


The lush green countryside and timber barns surrounding this 150-year-old working village tell you you’re in prime dairy country. Australia’s first commercial cheese was made here, and this fine tradition is very much alive.


It's also the gateway to Montague Island, a unique wildlife sanctuary - home to NSW's largest colony of Australian and New Zealand fur seals, and one of the most productive little penguin breeding sites in the country.


The village of Central Tilba is as beautiful as it is unique. Classified as a National Trust and regarded as one of Australia’s best heritage sights, the town offers a living snapshot of 19th century Australia along with a strong connection to indigenous cultural history.

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