Welcome to the official tourism site for Eurobodalla


The towns and villages of Eurobodalla each have their own character
and charm... take time to explore them all.

Major South Coast towns in Eurobodalla

The towns and villages of Eurobodalla stretch from South Durras just north of Batemans Bay through Moruya, Narooma to Tilba Tilba in the south and westward to Nerrigundah.

Batemans Bay is the northern gateway to Eurobodalla and the largest town in the region. Located at the mouth of the beautiful Clyde River it sits at the junction of the Princes Highway and the Kings Highway to Canberra.

Moruya is a quaint, historic rural town situated slightly inland on the stunning Moruya River, less than 20 minutes' drive south of Batemans Bay on the Princes Highway. The administration hub of Eurobodalla it has an abundance of cafes, eateries and boutique shops.

Narooma is situated at the southern end of the shire on the turquoise waters of Wagonga Inlet; about 50 minutes drive south of Batemans Bay. Narooma is one of the most beautiful coastal towns on the east coast of New South Wales, with magnificent beaches, the stunning colours of Wagonga Inlet, and world class Montague Island National Park just off shore. Narooma is renowned for its climate, Island wildlife and deep-sea fishing.

Other popular locations in the region include historic Nelligen, Mogo and Tilba, beachside villages of Broulee, and Tuross Head, and cheese producing Bodalla.

The shire is serviced by a number of transport companies and daily flights into Moruya from Sydney and Melbourne.

More information on Rex Airlines.

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