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Batemans Bay Boutique Accomodation


boutique rooms and accomodation

 Featuring four luxury waterfront rooms and three spacious non waterfront rooms. This coastal hideaway is located on the Clyde River in Batemans Bay and has easy access to the promenade where you will find a selection of waterfront eateries. Bay Breeze is close to cafés, restaurants, attractions, national parks and beaches.

The Bower At Broulee NSW


sleep 2 per cottage

4 boutique cottages nestled in a bush setting, The Bower’s luxury self-contained accommodation is architect designed and fully equipped to enable a romantic getaway. Enjoy your private double spa, relax by the wood fire, stroll the walking trails at The Bower or discover the many natural tourist attractions of the Eurobodalla Nature Coast.

Jaguar Stays Southbound Escapes Mogo NSW


sleeps 2 per villa

Jaguar Stay sits within a 168 acre cattle farm surrounded by 3km of river frontage. Located next to Mogo Zoo, this property boasts six brand new architecturally designed, one bedroom villas with a private plunge pool and outdoor fire pit. A truly unique experience where couples can unwind and relax while surrounded by the South Coast's natural beauty and wildlife.

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Batemans Bay is a popular tourist destination located on the South Coast of NSW, Australia and is known for its beautiful beaches and coastline. Batemans Bay is situated on the Princes Highway, approximately 280 kms south of Sydney and 760kms north of Melbourne and is only a two hour drive from Canberra. The nearest airport is Moruya Airport, located approximately 25kms south of Batemans Bay.


The region  Batemans Bay has a vibrant shopping scene, with a mix of boutique stores, art galleries and local markets. Batemans Bay hosts various events throughout the year, including the Batemans Bay Paddle Challenge, the River of Art Festival and the Batemans Bay Open Tennis Tournament.Batemans Bay has a temperate climate with average temperature ranging from 12°c in winter to 25°c in summer.

Destination NSW Batemans Bay NSW Clyde River Oysters

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Batemans Bay Bridge: This iconic bridge offers panoramic views of the Bhunduu (Clyde) River and the Tollgate Islands and is a great spot for photography. 
Murramarang National Park: Located just north of Batemans Bay, this national park is home to pristine beaches, walking trails, and diverse wildlife. Ask us about the guided four day walk through the National park with RegionX.
Mogo Zoo: A short drive from Batemans Bay, Mogo Zoo is a privately-owned zoo that houses a wide range of exotic animals. 
Bhunduu (Clyde) River: The Clyde River is perfect for fishing, boating, and kayaking. You can also take a scenic river cruise to explore the area.
Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens: These beautiful gardens showcase the native flora and fauna of the region and offer walking trails and picnic areas and is a great place for lunch at the Mossy on Gardens Restaurant.

Dining options: Fresh seafood is a specialty in Batemans Bay. The Wray Street Oyster Shed is a great place to try local oysters.  JJ's by the Marina is a great restaurant overlooking the bay with a focus on fresh local ingredients.

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These neighboring coastal towns located on the South Coast NSW, Australia are situated approximately 10kms south of Batemans Bay along the Princes Highway. The area is known for its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters.
Broulee Beach: This long sandy beach is perfect for swimming, surfing and sunbathing. It is patrolled during the summer months.
South Broulee Beach: Located south of Broulee Beach, this beach is known for its calm waters and is ideal for families and snorkeling.
Mossy Point Beach: This small beach is popular for fishing and offers beautiful views of the Mossy Point headland.

Mossy Point Headland: Is a scenic spot that offers panoramic views of the coastline. It is a great place for a walk or picnic. The Tomaga River flows through Mossy Point and Broulee, providing opportunities for fishing, kayaking, and boating. You can hire equipment or join a guided tour to explore the river. The area is home to a diverse range of bird species, making it a paradise for birdwatchers. Keep an eye out for pelicans, sea eagles and various waterbirds. 

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There are several dining options in Mossy Point and Broulee, including cafes, restaurants and takeaway shops. You can enjoy fresh seafood, local produce and a variety of cuisines. This region also boasts bushwalking, cycling and exploring the Eurobodalla and Deua National Parks and the Broulee Island Nature Reserve.


The area hosts various events throughout the year, including the Broulee Bay to Breakers Ocean Swim, the Broulee Sand Modelling Competition and the Mossy Point Art Exhibition. 

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