Batemans Bay Destination Guide
Batemans Bay is the perfect summer holiday destination with its sparkling estuary, energetic seafront promenade and charming beaches.
Located four hours south of Sydney in the region affectionately known as Australia’s Oyster Coast, you will enjoy fresh local produce and excellent seafood caught in crystal clear waters.
For the travelling golfer, Batemans Bay is the ideal spot to stay to enjoy courses such as Club Catalina and Moruya Golf Club.
THINGS TO DO IN BATEMANS BAY
Crack into some of the world’s best oysters
Oyster lovers rejoice, Batemans Bay is the place to be! Here the cleanliness of the Clyde River makes the local oysters top “shell-f”.
The best place to enjoy them is Wray Street Oyster Shed. You know a place is good when it is rated 4.9 stars with over 100 Google reviews, and that’s exactly where the Oyster Shed ranks.
It provides an unrivalled oyster experience providing fresh, succulent oysters with the perfect condiment to match set right on the banks of Clyde River.
It is located 6 minutes over the bridge from your accommodation on our bushfire recovery tour.
Meet Australia’s largest collection of exotic animals at Mogo Zoo
Who would think the country’s largest collection of exotic animals would be in a small country town of Mogo? You can expect to see lions, tigers, giraffes, rhinos, monkeys and even a red panda!
Mogo Zoo was instrumental in helping out wildlife affected by the fires. The story of the zoo’s survival has been hailed a rare, good news story.
On our bushfire recovery golf tour, we will be exploring the historic gold rush town of Mogo including the famous zoo on one of the rest days.
Cruise through the crystal clear Clyde River
Clyde River is the sparkling entrance into Batemans Bay and the home to some of the world’s finest oysters.
You won’t see too many rivers like this one, as it remains one of the last to be undammed resulting in being the cleanest waters on the east coast of Australia.
Non-golfers will enjoy cruising the Clyde River travelling to the historic village of Nelligen and enjoying some fish and chips along the way.
Roam the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden
Looking to stretch the legs in Batemans Bay? While some might choose the seafront promenade, others can head 7 minutes south to the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden for a horticultural walk.
It ranks in Australian Geographic’s top 10 must-see regional gardens boasting over 2,000 species of flora.
There are walking paths ranging from 250 metres to 2 kilometres, making it accessible for all fitness levels.
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