ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS IN BATEMANS BAY
Batemans Bay offers plenty of fun activities like a 27 hole championship golf course, surfing, cruising or even a safari! There so many outdoor activities on offer in sunny Eurobodalla!
Catalina Country Club
Enjoy a round of Golf at Club Catalina, where you’ll find a 27-hole championship golf course. Then relax and enjoy a drink from one of their bars or coffee shops in a modern, air-conditioned clubhouse.
BROULEE SURF SCHOOL
Broulee Surf School is the original NSW South Coast Surf School. Learn to surf lessons at North Broulee Beach between Batemans Bay and Moruya on the Eurobodalla Nature Coast. Professional surfing instruction for all ages and levels with a wide range of surfing lessons and stand up paddle lessons including surfboards, SUP and wetsuit hire.
CLYDE RIVER BBQ Cruises
Book an afternoon cruise on the MV Merinda, enjoy famous fresh and local delicacies whilst discovering the wonders of the Clyde River. Leaving the Boatshed daily and travelling to Nelligen for a short stopover, visit local historical sites including the site where the notorious Clarke Brothers were held when waiting for shipment to Sydney.
JET SKI HIRE
With so many natural wonders to explore by sea why not hit the water with Southern Water Sports Jet Ski Hire. Offering a top of the range fleet, their jet skis are fast, powerful, quiet and environmentally friendly. Whether you are a family or a large group, there is a jet ski here to suit everyone.
Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens
Get lost in nature at the Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens where you find a diverse range of beautiful and interesting flora. The garden display beds, group plantings and vast natural areas and water features provide habitat for wetland plant communities and water-loving animals.
Go wild at Mogo Zoo! A privately owned zoo caring for a menagerie of endangered and exotic animal species from all over the globe. Located just 10 mins south of Batemans Bay, you can get up close and personal with a rhino, feed a tiger and jump on a cruise to Primate Island.