Finding somewhere to stay in Batemans Bay is easy! You can choose from luxury beach houses to fun filled caravan parks, comfy motels and anything in between – all within easy reach of the water, activities and things to do and see.
Visit www.eurobodalla.com.au to find your accommodation or phone the Batemans Bay Visitor Centre on 1800 802 528.
Do you want real convenience of paddle and sleep. You couldn’t pick a better spot to stay when competing in the Batemans Bay Paddle Challenge. Big 4 East Van Park is on your doorstep. Walk out the door and the Clyde River and the race starting line. No loading and unloading at the venue, you are already there. To make a booking for the event call the park directly to get the Paddle Challenge offer. Click Here to Visit Big 4 East’s Riverside Holiday Park
Things to do in Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay’s temperate climate, friendly locals and spectacular sea and river waterways dotted with tiny islands offer plenty of choice for visitors. Waterside cafes and restaurants along the town’s esplanade and wharf are perfect for enjoying the view, the dolphins and internationally acclaimed Clyde River Oysters and seafood.
Shopping malls, arcades, emporiums, boutiques and galleries are close to walkways and cycle paths that meander along the river and sea to safe swimming beaches and rock platforms teeming with marine life. Stingrays are regular visitors around the boat ramps.
Batemans Bay is centrally located with only a Canberra a 2-hour drive away, the picturesque and historic Tilba region less than an hour south, iconic Montague Island also an hour’s drive south, the famous Pebbly Beach and it’s kangaroos half an hour drive north and many attractions, villages and beaches in between.
Drive north or south from Batemans Bay and within minutes; be driving through lush rainforest, and unique Spotted Gum, Tall Eucalypt and Burrawang reserves.
Discover things to do in Batemans Bay and Eurobodalla here http://www.eurobodalla.com.au/Things-to-See-and-Do