MOGO is a small heritage village located halfway between Batemans Bay and Moruya on the Princes Highway.
The village has a rich history and was established after the discovery of gold in the area in the 1850's.
This 'gold rush' attracted many diggers to village and overnight a thriving town of hotels, churches and shops was born.
Mining continued in the area until the closure of the last mine In 1984. It was then that the small village begun attracting talented artisans and craftspeople.
Today, Mogo Village is a shopping hub full of retail shops specialising in home goods, handcrafted items, gifts and artistry. It also hosts a range of cafes and specialist food stores.
Nearby Mogo is Mogo Zoo
Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens (5kms Sth of Batemans Bay)
Over eight kilometres of tracks have been developed within the Gardens, giving access to the natural and man made features of the site. A walk booklet and map is available from the Gardens Visitors Centre. Length:6 tracks from 500m to 2km, 6 km in total Time: from 20 minutes to 2 hours
You can find all the details of the walks HERE.