Practically surrounded by the beautiful South Coast Ben Boyd National Park, Pambula has a great sandy beach, complete with kangaroos. Located nearby is the Yowaka and Pambula rivers, the Panboola Wetlands and Pambula Lake, which make this town a great place for families to holiday.
In the town itself, there are numerous shops, artisans and artists have made Pambula home. There are quality restaurants and eateries here as well, whether you are looking for a coffee or tea with cakes, a pub lunch or a memorable dinner.
The historical buildings complete the picture.
Along the Pambula River are walking tracks, in fact there are numerous tracks in the area that lead to the beach or through the park. There is a sealed track that can take you all the way to Merimbula on foot or bicycle.
Horse riding, boat or kayak hire is also available, fishing is another attraction to this region.
Pambula is strategically located on the South Coast. Nearby are placid lakes, wave washed beaches, forests and wilderness preserves.
Pambula Beach, just to the east, is remarkable for its wildlife. Sea eagles can be spotted patrolling the skies, kangaroos gather to feed, dolphins sometimes cruise the rivers in search of cuttlefish and other food.
All along the South Coast and in places like Bega Valley and surrounds, you can find places to stay - luxury resorts to scenic campsites. Accommodation available includes a wide range of styles to suit almost any budget.
Sth Coast ocean side resorts set in stunning locations, hotels, bed & breakfasts, caravan parks, serviced apartments, homesteads and holiday lettings are just some of the options available to you. South Coast Tourist Map.
Main Photo: Toad Hall is an iconic historical Pambula building built around 1880 that has had many uses through the years.
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