Looking for a family escape from the rigours of the big city? Batemans Bay offers pure waters and beaches that are popular for children, surfers looking for a challenge and adults. Although the largest bay south of Nowra, Batemans Bay retains its small town charms.
Surrounded by stunning beaches and several national parks, you can choose from an array of restaurants, shopping areas, clubs and a great golf course during your getaway. Accommodations abound. You can stay anywhere, from the national parks to resorts there’s something that fits everyone’s needs in Batemans Bay, or just “the Bay” as the locals call it.
Adding to the attraction of “the Bay” are numerous beaches stretching along the coast such as Long Island, Batehaven, Surf Beach and Malua Bay.
Following the Clyde River to the forested mountain highlands there is a catchment offering east coast Australia’s purest water. Along the broad estuary, Batemans Bay serves as the launching point for houseboating adventures across 38 navigable kilometres. The area is flush with nearby beaches, great waves for surfing, clear waters for snorkeling, all promising for boat trips and fishing possibilities. The area is legendary for its oysters and novices have quickly become connoisseurs.
Head inland for forest and coastal walks, including the historic Corn Trail, and inside the Murramarang National Park, Shallow Crossing and South Durras. Migratory whales greet Batemans Bay every spring on their way to the southern oceans.
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