While beaches, rivers and bays are Eurobodalla’s signature, its villages offer laid-back coastal charm where fibro beach shacks, bonfires and BBQ’s are just a way of life.

Along this piece of paradise, Eurobodalla’s coastal villages offer their own feel and flavour. At Eurobodalla’s northern gateway sits South Durras, a pristine seaside escape surrounded by lake and forest.

Meander Eurobodalla’s coast and you’ll find other laid-back villages such as Malua Bay, Narooma and Tuross Heads where the local public ‘rock’ pools are free and you can park your kayak at a cafe wharf… without getting a ticket.

Plan a path or let your senses guide you. The towns and villages of Eurobodalla offer a rare opportunity to discover special places and enjoy life the way it was meant to be.

Instead of the Highway, take the Coast Road (Tourist Drive 7) to explore pretty bays and coves from Batemans Bay to Moruya.

Further south, turn off again for the Seaspray (Tourist Drive 5) to explore the coastline of Kianga and Dalmeny. Start at Dalmeny Drive just north of Narooma and take in the dramatic beach views along this straight stretch. A small detour along Ocean Parade next to Yabbarra Beach and around to Josh’s Beach takes you to the edge of this dramatic coastline. Look for whales in season, September to November.

As you travel, you’ll find an abundance of cool coastal cafés, each with the relaxed vibe of coastal village life.

Head from north to south (or around the other way)
South Durras
Batehaven
Malua Bay
Tomakin
Mossy Point
Broulee
Moruya Heads
Congo
Tuross Head
Dalmeny
Kianga
Mystery Bay

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