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Beautiful Batemans Bay

You can’t talk about the jewels of the NSW South Coast without mentioning Batemans Bay. Filled with divine stretches of beach, cosmopolitan shopping strips and to-die-for scenery, this place is sure to please all. Yep, even you…

The dive and snorkel sites are some of the best in Oz. Hit up Broulee Cave, Black Rock and The Arch for the coolest in underwater scenery. More sun-worshipper than diver? Head to pretty Pebbly Beach to chill (just watch out for the roos lazing on the sand!). And finally, the Opal & Shell Museum and Val Henderson Gallery will inject a little culture into your beach break.

Thousands of Canberra and Sydney residents favour Batemans Bay as a holiday haven and own beach houses in the area. And guess what? Even the weekend warriors don’t lessen its beauty!


10. Tilba An hour on the bus will take you to this cute little village. Explore the cheese factory, traditional toyshops, buzzing craft markets and a lolly shop that’ll send you straight to sugary heaven. 5. Cullendulla Creek Nature Reserve Take a walk alongside the slightly stinky mangroves and discover a bevy of private beaches.
9. Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens A natural gem that boasts a heap of walking trails and the most remarkable collection of native flora and fauna. 4. Bubble Cave This is one of the best diving spots on the South Coast. Check out the rocky sea floor while peeking at the schools of colourful fish.
8. Mogo This nearby town is a total arts and crafts wonderland! Pick up a stack of goodies for the peeps back home. 3. Pelican Point Pelicans galore at this place! Take a walk along the esplanade while lapping at some ice cream and checking out the big ol’ birds.
7. Clyde River Take a slow, relaxing cruise and scope the surrounding greenery. 2. Town Centre The buzz of Batemans Bay is home to endless strips of shops, restaurants and a sprinkling of bars.
6. Long Beach This quiet slice of beachy heaven is the perfect place to swim and tan in peace. 1. Surf Beach Packed with people in the summer, this beach is fun, spotless and beautiful.


The Trithebay Triathlon Festival puts the scenic areas of Batemans Bay to good use. This March/April event sees thousands of sporty types of all ages get together to swim, run and bike for the chance to win.

Enjoy some classic blues tunes and mingle with chilled partygoers at the Great Southern Blues Festival in September and October.



  • Batemans Bay enjoys sizzling summers and ultra-mild winters. Expect temps to hit a max of 30°C (86°F) in the summer and lows of 16°C (61°F) in the winter.
  • October, November and February tend to be the rainiest months.
  • Spring is one of the best times to visit the area – warmish temperatures, but fewer crowds.


  • Priors Buses are your best bet when it comes to exploring Batemans Bay. The service has over 27 lines and fares ran

Hotels in Batemans Bay

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1 BEST WESTERN Sunseeker Motor Inn

4 stars
4.3 / 5 3 reviews

26 Old Princes Highway Map

Guests can have an enjoyable stay at BEST WESTERN Sunseeker Motor Inn Batemans Bay, which is known for its comfortable accommodation, welcoming atmosphere and friendly service. Facilities available... More

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