With 83 beaches in Eurobodalla, you’ll find white sands, azure waters, perfect waves and fascinating sea-life.

Popular beaches to explore

Lilli Pilli Beach
Hidden by a border of tall native eucalypts and nestled between two headlands. The southern end of Lilli Pilli offers access to smaller pebbly beaches and opportunities to glimpse local dolphin pods.

Maloneys Beach
The ultimate stretch of sand for families with young kids or those who like calmer water.

Broulee beaches
North Broulee beach is a glorious wide sweep of sand with good waves and a popular bike path running its length, past Broulee’s cafes and village life. It’s all the summer beach holiday vibes of your childhood.

South Broulee, protected by Broulee Island, is patrolled in summer and is the beach with something for everyone – surfers, SUPs, swimmers, splashers, fishers, snorkellers, sandcastle-makers, and surf club on Sunday morning in summer.

Moruya Beach
Moruya main beach is a great swimming and surfing beach and patrolled in summer. Nearby Shelley Beach is tucked behind Toragy Point at the head of the river mouth and is popular with families.

Bar Beach
Narooma’s Bar Beach is great for children to learn to swim and snorkel and swim. It’s naturally enclosed and protected, and when you’re done in the water, take a stroll along the nearby boardwalk and look for seals, stingrays and fish in the clear inlet waters.

You can find information on pet friendly beaches and patrolled beaches on the Eurobodalla Shire Council website.

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