On the far South Coast, Merimbula on the waterfront is a good place to base yourself if you want to explore this beautiful part of New South Wales.
You can find plenty to do here, diving, snorkeling, fishing, golf, bowling, walking and exploring, surfing, windsurfing and boating are just some of the activities.
You can hire boats at Merimbula Wharf, they also have bait and tackle available for those keen of fishing. Deep sea fishing, reef and game fishing cruises are also available from the wharf.
You can also enjoy a whale cruise or a dolphin spotting cruise, sample some of the delicious oysters direct from the farmers or fish for your own dinner.
Try to visit some of the historical townships and small fishing villages, wineries, national parks, wetlands and the stunning beaches that are here on the this part of the South Coast of NSW.
Take a canoe ride in one the wetlands. Take a flight tour from the airport or find an isolated beach to picnic on.
There are a number of fantastic national parks located on this part of the NSW Coast.
The kids would enjoy taking a trip to Magic Mountain, just north of Merimbula near Tura Beach, where they have rides and fun things to do.
Enquire at the Merimbula Visitors Information Centre about the many national parks, activities, things to do, camp sites and picnic areas, lakes, unique flora and fauna in the on the South Coast.
Located at Beach St, Merimbula
Phone +061 2 6495 1129.
Accommodation in Merimbula, Pambula Beach and Tura Beach include a range of styles to suit almost any budget. Both Merimbula and Pambula have conveniently located hotels, while in the nearby National Parks of Bournda and Ben Boyd there are peaceful scenic campsites. There is a caravan park located at Pambula Beach itself. Tura Beach has a number of holiday homes, many overlooking the beach, perfect for families and groups of friends.
Main Photo: Sapphire Coast: Merimbula on the Waterfront.
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