BEACHES are a plenty in the Eurobodalla region and with 83 stretched along 110 kilometres of coastline.

The Eurobodalla region has some of the most spectacular and unspoilt coastline on the South Coast of NSW. There are plenty of beautiful sandy ocean beaches to choose from, as well as quiet beaches in sheltered bays.

There are protected beaches with gentle waves for the kids and serious breaks if you love surfing. This is a rugged coastline though, exposed to the Tasman Sea and care should always be taken, even in the calmest bays and lakes.

 

If you are seeking bigger waves along the coast then the general picks are (north to south):

Denhams Beach
McKenzies Beach
Broulee Beach
Pink Rocks, Broulee Island (not for beginners)
North Moruya rivermouth
Congo
Tuross at Plantation or One Tree
Potato Point
Dalmeny


If you'd like to learn to surf there are accredited surf schools at locations along the Eurobodalla coast that provide boards and wetsuits as well as expert tuition.


There are so many beautiful beaches in Batemans Bay that a book has been written about them all. So if you’re really keen to find that perfect beach or hidden cove, buy a copy of the “Beaches of Batemans Bay and Eurobodalla” online direct from the publishers or at a local bookstore or visitor centre.
 

Surf Life Saving Club volunteers patrol the following four beaches on weekends and public holidays from September to April:

  • Malua Bay Beach

  • South Broulee Beach

  • South Head, Moruya

  • Surf Beach, Narooma


During December and January, there are daily paid patrols at eight popular swimming beaches.
Patrolled beaches in the warmer months include Surf Beach and Malua Bay Beach near Batemans Bay, as well as Broulee Beach, Moruya Beach, Tuross Beach at Tuross Head, Dalmeny Beach and Narooma Surf Beach.


The BeachSafe APP
The Beach safe website and App are a great tool to have on your beach going holiday. It lists ALL the beaches, large and small, in the Eurobodalla.

The Surf Life Saving Australia BeachSafe site includes the location, facilities, weather, conditions and lifesaving services for all Australian beaches to help you find the right beach. BeachSafe also provides expert advice about flags and signs, waves, rip currents, marine creatures, surf skills and more.

 

If you are seeking bigger waves along the coast then the general picks are (north to south):

Denhams Beach
McKenzies Beach
Broulee Beach
Pink Rocks, Broulee Island (not for beginners)
North Moruya rivermouth
Congo
Tuross at Plantation or One Tree
Potato Point
Dalmeny


If you'd like to learn to surf there are accredited surf schools at locations along the Eurobodalla coast that provide boards and wetsuits as well as expert tuition.


There are so many beautiful beaches in Batemans Bay that a book has been written about them all. So if you’re really keen to find that perfect beach or hidden cove, buy a copy of the “Beaches of Batemans Bay and Eurobodalla” online direct from the publishers or at a local bookstore or visitor centre.
 

LEARN TO SURF

Surf lessons at North Broulee Beach

Broulee Surf School deliver a high standard of surfing instruction at the safest beaches in the Eurobodalla  Ph 44717370

From Batemans Bay to Bawley Point 7 days a week

Soul Rider conduct their lessons in a relaxed and friendly environment on some of the most beautiful beaches here on the south coast. They aim to give students a true surfing experience.

Surf the Bay Surf School run lessons in Batemans Bay, Broulee and Narooma locations. The school is operated by two highly accomplished, practicing school teachers. Ph 0432144220

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