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Welcome to Eden Nestled within three National Parks, Eden, on the shores of magnificent Twofold Bay, provides you with easy access to our natural paradise and opens many pages of our fascinating Australian history. Explore this special part of the Sapphire Coast
Pristine undeveloped coastline, secluded sandy beaches, abundant wildlife, rainforest walks and tall tree forest drives are waiting for you to explore.
Let our heritage tales and trails unfold
www.visiteden.com.au Phone 02 6496 1953 Cover photo – Toni Ward; top this page – Julie Fourter; middle left – Sonia Grothe (Flying Parrot). Other photos in this guide are provided by Sapphire Coast Tourism, Eden Realty, NPWS, Bauer Media and local photographers where credited.
Did you know that Eden was named after George Eden, First Earl of Auckland, the British Secretary for the Colonies? Visit the Davidson Whaling Station, ponder on the legacy of Boydtown, delve into countless centuries of indigenous habitation or stand at the spot in Snug Cove where Bass and Flinders came ashore in 1798. Our heritage is as diverse as it is interesting.
Spot the whales up close and personal
One of the nation’s deepest natural harbours, Twofold Bay provides safe access for the recreational fisherman and provides excellent opportunities to enjoy some of the world’s best whale watching between September and November each year.
Discover Eden’s charm
Call into the Eden Visitor Information Centre for a suggested itinerary, accommodation, tours, trails and other holiday needs. The Centre, situated on the corner of the Princes Highway and Mitchell Street, is open daily except Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Contents Experience Snug Cove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Visit Fascinating Sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Explore our National Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Have a Whale of a Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Drop in a Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Meet Old Tom at Eden Killer Whale Museum . . 14 Discover our Marine Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Taste the Flavours of Eden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Explore our State Forests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Map of Eden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Sights, Walks and Picnic Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Regional Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Regional Coastal Wilderness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Markets and Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Things to Do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Local Products and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Shopping and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Restaurants and CafĂŠs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Accommodation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Eden Visitor Information Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters of the Tadera-manji, Djiringanj people of the Yuin Nation and show our respect to elders past and present.
Experience Snug Cove Snug Cove, Eden, is where three wharves unite at one of the most stunning coastal vistas of NSW. It is the hub for vessels that enter the crystal clear waters of Twofold Bay, the southernmost deep water harbour of NSW. Capture the action of a working port
Eden is renowned for its excellent deep-sea fishing with a fleet of fishing trawlers operating daily from Snug Cove. Get up close to visiting yachts, tug boats and fishing vessels at Snug Cove. Wander along the wharves and catch a glimpse of local fishermen unloading their catch before preparing it for Sydney and Melbourne markets. Observe as they clean mussels, mend their nets and sort through tonnes of fresh fish. Port Authority of NSW is the manager of the Port and provides the infrastructure for large-scale shipping from Snug Cove. 4
Australian Border Force plays a vital role in managing border security and integrity of trade.
Eden welcomes the world as an emerging major cruise destination During the cruise season from October to March, there is a growing number of visiting overseas and domestic cruise liners with passengers eager to experience Australiaâ€™s Coastal Wilderness. Eden Breakwater Wharf Extension Project funded by Federal, State and Local Government will greatly enhance access for larger cruise ships to the Port of Eden.
Enjoy local seafood at a café by the wharf
Surprise your tastebuds with fresh seafood as you relax at one of the cafés or restaurants by the wharf. Stay awhile and capture the moods of the stunning views over Twofold Bay with Mt Imlay (Balawan) in the distance.
Explore the ocean wonders from Snug Cove This region is where warm waters meet colder waters that provide unique habitats for a diverse representation of marine fauna and flora. Visit Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre to learn about the oceans, coasts and marine life of Snug Cove and environs. Take a cruise to see the dolphins, seals and whales in Twofold Bay or go beyond the bay on a deep sea fishing experience to bring in your own catch.
Journey into the history of Snug Cove
Before European settlement in Eden, the Thawa people of the Yuin nation who inhabited the area knew Snug Cove as Weecoon. In 1798, explorer George Bass entered Twofold Bay where he named Snug Cove declaring it ‘a snug and safe anchorage for any ship during a blow’. At the wharf, you can inspect the historic cairn commemorating the first European visit by Bass and Flinders. In 1828, Thomas Raine established Australia’s first shore-based whaling station at Snug Cove. In the 1830s the three Imlay brothers erected Eden’s first building, a small slab and bark hut at Snug Cove. The first wharf for shipping was built in 1860. Stroll up Warren’s Walk and visit the Eden Killer Whale Museum for a more detailed history of the area.
Visit Fascinating Sites 1. Lookout Point, Eden
(Map V28 – Page 22) From Eden’s lookout near Rotary Park wonder in awe at a headland formed about 380 million years ago. The headland juts out into the bay, separating it into its two ‘folds’ which gives Twofold Bay its name. Across the bay, historic Boyd’s Tower at Red Point sits atop the southern headland of Twofold Bay. Some of the oldest rocks on the NSW coast are around Red Point.
2. Seamen’s Memorial Wall 3
(Map V27 – Page 22) While at Eden’s Rotary Park near Lookout Point, visit the Seamen’s Memorial that commemorates all seamen who have sailed from the Port of Eden and were lost at sea, never to return. This wall was erected following the loss of the fishing trawler ‘Shiralee’ and its crew in 1978.
3. National Timber Workers Memorial
(Map K20 – Page 22) Reflect at this memorial, opened in 2008 to honour those in the timber industry who have given their lives in their workplace while building our region, State and Nation. This project began in 2001 after a local timber worker lost his life in a tree-felling accident.
4. Mary MacKillop Hall
(Map R20 – Page 22) Call in to Mary MacKillop Hall where St Mary MacKillop established a school utilising the historic church. This was in appreciation for the care provided by Eden when Mary’s mother drowned in the tragic shipwreck of the Ly-ee-moon at Greencape in 1886. Today this museum hall is a centre for pilgrimage.
5. The Seahorse Inn
(Map A, D19 – Page 22) Just 8km south of Eden at Boydtown, discover the Seahorse
Inn, built in 1843 by Benjamin Boyd. The inn was named after Boyd’s steamship. Brick cottages, a wool store, salting down works and church were part of Boyd’s grand style empire on the shores of Twofold Bay until 1849.
6. Boyd’s Tower
(Map S10 – Page 24) Drive to Boyd’s Tower approx. 34km south of Eden on South Head. Entrepreneur Benjamin Boyd built this elaborate sandstone tower in 1847. Although the structure was designed to serve as a lighthouse, permission was never granted and it was used as a lookout tower for whale spotting.
7. Edrom Lodge
(Map R10 – Page 24) While at the multi-purpose Navy Wharf, 35km south of Eden near the Chip Mill, glance over at the stately Edrom Lodge completed by John Logan in 1913. Today this lodge provides an ideal setting for conferences, educational group activities and outdoor studies.
8. Davidson Whaling Station
(Map Q11 – Page 24) Alexander Davidson built Davidson’s Whaling Station in 1857. Four generations of the Davidson family worked with indigenous whaling crews and help from killer whales until 1929 in the longest operating shore based whaling station in Australia. See relics of the try-works and read about life of the19th century whalers at Davidson’s Whaling Station site on the shores of the Kiah Inlet in Twofold Bay.
9. Green Cape Lighthouse
Visit Eden Visitor Information for further information and contact NPWS for tours on 02 6495 5000.
(Map X18 – Page 24) Green Cape Lighthouse, built in 1883, was the first cast concrete lighthouse tower in Australia. At 29m, it is the state’s second tallest lighthouse. Public tours are available 5 days a week.
Explore our National Parks
Barmouth, Pambula River
Come to where majestic mountains, tall forests, vivid rock formations, lakes and remote beaches form a diverse landscape with spectacular beauty and history in the National Parks of Australia’s far south coast.
Steps down to Haycock Point
Immerse yourself in nature
Our National Parks form part of what is internationally recognised as “Australia’s Coastal Wilderness.” Immerse yourself in nature as you explore Ben Boyd, Bournda, Mimosa Rocks, Wadbilliga, Mt Imlay, South East Forests National Park and Nadgee Nature Reserve.
In Ben Boyd National Park, Eden’s closest, discover intriguing history, spectacular coastal views, walks, geology and wildlife. In the northern section you can take a walk or explore the coastline at Severs Beach, Barmouth Beach and Haycock Point. These are great spots for a picnic, walk or a day at the beach. Visit the Pinnacles to see the impressive rock formations that date back millions of years.
Light to Light Walk
To the south of Eden, camp at the rustic and peaceful Saltwater Creek or Bittangabee Bay. Plan a multiday Light to Light walk from Boyd’s Tower to Green Cape Lighthouse or a shorter section of the walk.
Explore Ben Boyd National Park
Just a short drive away from Eden, Ben Boyd National Park boasts dramatic coastal vistas, whale watching vantage points, pristine beaches and lush forests, as well as myriad ways to escape back to nature. Sun seekers could pack a picnic and head to Bittangabee Bay or Saltwater Beach; both offer secluded spots to unwind and soak up the rays. Fishing, kayaking and swimming are also options for the more active. History buffs must visit Davidson Whaling Station Historic Site to learn more about the area’s whaling history, including the famous orca, ‘Old Tom,’ whose pod helped fishermen hunt whales. Take in stunning coastal views with the iconic Light to Light walk, which can be completed in sections or as a whole over multiple days.
Beginning at Boyd’s Tower and finishing at Green Cape Lighthouse, this track provides ample opportunity to spot seals sunbathing on the rocks and to admire the changing landscapes from heathland to forests and banksia woodlands. Green Cape Lightstation also offers unique and memorable accommodation. Spend the weekend in the heritage Lightstation Keepers’ Cottages and wake up to the ocean on your doorstep. These quaint cottages offer the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle and are an ideal stop once completing the Light to Light walk. Or enjoy the benefits of bush camping at Bittangabee or Saltwater Creek campgrounds, situated moments away from the beach. Visit www.nationalparks.nsw. gov.au/benboyd for more information.
Green Cape Lighthouse
Davidson Whaling Station
Have a Whale of a Time Eden is one of the premier whale watching spots in Australia. With so many species of whales travelling close to shore when migrating south to Antarctica, particularly between September and early November, Eden is an ideal place for whale watching. Twofold Bay with its large, deep harbour is one of the few places in the world where Humpback whales will stop and feed on krill on their migratory route. Humpback whales
Photos supplied by Cat Balou Cruises
Observe the acrobatic displays of the humpback whales. One of the humpbackâ€™s more spectacular behaviours in Twofold Bay is the breach. Breaching is a true leap where a whale generates enough upward force with its powerful flukes to lift approximately two-thirds of its body out of the water landing with a thunderous splash. Other behaviours to observe include head lunging (butting into other whales), body rolls, lob
tailing (fluke and flipper slapping) and spy hopping (whales lifting straight out of the water).
During the winter, whales leave their feeding grounds in the Antarctic bound for warmer tropical waters to calve and mate. Although they pass Eden on their northern migration, most are observed further out to sea and only a few venture into the Bay. Best whale watching opportunities at Eden occur during spring when the whales migrate south to Antarctica.
The majority of whales sighted in the Eden area are humpback whales on their southern migration. At the start of the season it is mainly sub adults, followed by mother/calf pods which frequent Twofold Bay. Other species seen include southern rights, blue, dwarf minke, bryde’s, orca, pilot, sperm and several species of beaked whales.
Whale watching cruises
The best way to get up close to these intriguing mammals for your chance to look into a whale’s massive mouth is to go aboard the Cat Balou or Freedom Charters vessels operating out of Snug Cove. Cat Balou is a larger 75 seat boat while Freedom Charters ‘Connemara’ is a smaller vessel carrying up to 12 passengers.
Both charters offer personalised whale watching tours from late September through to November. Reservations and full details for all cruises can be obtained from the Eden Visitor Information Centre.
Watch whales from shore When you hear the siren sound from the Eden Killer Whale Museum, head towards the Rotary Park Lookout and the platform at the eastern end of Bass Street.
Eden’s whaling history
From the 1820s until 1930, whales were hunted in Twofold Bay. Men in open wooden boats, assisted by a pack of killer whales, hunted whales for their oil and bone. For an in-depth insight to this whaling history visit Eden Killer Whale Museum and see the skeleton of ‘Old Tom.’
‘Marine mammal researchers from Australia and overseas class Eden as a whale watching hot spot where different species of whales can be seen, quite often close to shore.’ — Ros Butt (Whale watching cruise operator for 25 years) 11
Drop in a Line Eden offers outstanding facilities and opportunities for all types of fishermen. Twofold Bay and adjacent areas are well stocked with a wide variety of fish. Everyone usually has a favourite fishing location but if you are coming to Eden for the first time call in to the Eden Visitor Information Centre for tide charts and general information on regulations (which apply to all types of local fishing), licences and fishing maps of known hot spots. The free triple lane boat ramp at Quarantine Bay, with fish cleaning tables, floating wharf and boat washing facilities, offers the best of its kind on the South Coast. Access to the Bay and ocean is direct and, with no bars or shallow reefs to cross, safety is not compromised.
Eden has some of the best water on the South Coast for game fishing with a high success rate per trip. Experience the thrill of a lifetime, chasing some of the best fighting fish in the sea including the mighty marlin, yellowfin, albacore and striped tuna, shark and broadbill swordfish. The main game fishing season starts in November and runs until the end of July.
Eden is well known for super catches of kingfish, snapper and morwong off our local reefs. Remember to try our local beaches on the way home for a few of our plentiful flathead.
If you do not have a boat, fishing charters (either shared or private) can be arranged through the Eden Visitor Information Centre with a variety of operators who depart daily from Eden, weather permitting.
Long Beach, within the pristine Ben Boyd National Park North, will provide anglers with lots of fun especially with the salmon and tailor. Other beaches worth a try include Aslings, Saltwater and Wonboyn Beaches.
The Kiah River Inlet, Wonboyn Lake, Nullica River Inlet and the entrance to Lake Curalo offer anglers a challenge to catch a hearty feed of bream, whiting or flathead.
Outstanding catches are often reported off rock shelves from North Head down to Green Cape. Pulpit Rock at Green Cape enjoys legendary status. However good catches of drummer, luderick, leatherjacket, salmon and tailor are possible from North Head and Eagles Claw. Please take care when rock fishing and never fish alone.
Other fishing Opportunities
Youngsters get tremendous fun fishing off our wharves either at Snug Cove or across the Bay at the Navy Wharf (open when shipping schedules allow). A small hook will yield plenty of yellowtail, slimy mackerel and trevally.
Meet Old Tom
(except Christmas Day)
Mon-Sat 9.15am to 3.45pm Sunday 11.15am to 3.45pm Extended hours Christmas and New Year Group bookings and coaches welcome 184 Imlay Street, Eden Phone: 02 6496 2094
Eden Killer whale Museum has helped put Eden on the international map with its centrepiece attraction, the skeleton of the orca ‘Old Tom’, the only complete orca skeleton on public display in the southern hemisphere. The museum tells the story of one of the most unique relationships in world history – the story of the ‘Killers of Eden’, a pod of orcas who worked side-by-side with human whalers to hunt baleen whales. Of all the killers, there’s one who holds a special place in the hearts of all who have walked through the museum’s doors. Over 80 years after his death, the skeleton of ‘Old Tom’ remains preserved in the museum, attracting over 50,000 visitors each year, and surrounded by an ever-changing array of exhibitions showcasing local history.
Perfectly situated on the shores of Twofold Bay, the museum is also an ideal vantage point to catch a glimpse of the whales putting on a show off Middle Head, blending Eden’s whaling past with its whale watching present.
Eden Killer Whale Museum
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm School Holidays: Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm School, group and bus bookings are welcome 7 days a week by appointment
Phone: 02 6496 1699 Snug Cove Wharf, Imlay Street Eden
Discover our Marine Life See marine life up close and personal
Call in to the Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre at the wharf building, Snug Cove, for a touch tank experience where you can closely examine marine creatures from our local rocky shores. Test your knowledge at the beachcombing table containing amazing species found along our local beaches. Examine specimens under microscopes and learn how beaches and rocky shores are formed. See spectacular footage of marine life in our theatre and lecture room.
Spot whales and dolphins
Look at the unique and diverse whale exhibit with whale bones and information on all of our local marine life. The Sapphire Coast is home to an amazing diversity of whale and dolphin species
with researchers often working in the region to study the famous humpback whale migration from September until early November.
Find out about the temperate marine environment of the Sapphire Coast
This area is considered a â€˜hot spotâ€™ for the study of impacts into climate change. The warm East Australia Current is a large body of water which draws on tropical waters and forms eddies down the NSW coastline to this area. Here it meets up with the nutrient-rich colder waters from the Southern Ocean, creating a diversity in marine habitats that is rarely matched in Australian waters.
Join in a marine education program
Choose from a guided Snorkel Tour, a Rocky Shore Ramble or a Dune Tour to learn more about our oceans and coasts from the experts. Our fully qualified staff offer a wide variety of Marine Education Programs especially suited to the Australian curricula and for groups of all ages.
Taste the Flavours of Eden In Eden you will find some of the finest producers of fresh seafood and other delicacies. Almost all of this produce is available for purchase in Eden and Eden Visitor Information Centre staff are only too pleased to guide you to the appropriate vendors. Oysters
Eden is in the middle of two lakes that produce the famous Sydney Rock Oyster, a species truly native to Australia. The pristine waters of Wonboyn and Pambula Lakes produce some of the south coastâ€™s best award winning oysters. Wonboyn and Pambula oyster farmers regularly win gold medals at the Sydney Fine Food Show for their oysters. Wonboyn has 8 oyster farmers with leases covering 51.3 hectares producing some of the best oysters in the state. More than 130,000 dozen oysters, valued at about a million dollars, were sent to the Sydney restaurant market in 2016/17.
Visitors can cruise beautiful Pambula Lake and learn about the fascinating world of the oyster farmer. You can purchase oysters from several outlets, cafes and restaurants in and around Eden. Call in to Eden Visitor Information Centre for further details.
Southland Fish Supplies unloads approximately 1900 tonnes of fish from local and visiting fishing vessels. 200 tonnes of value added product is processed by Southland for local and regional outlets. Fresh fish can be purchased locally from Southland, Hooked on Seafood and local restaurants.
Visitors are welcome to tour at Southland between 9.30am and 11.30am Tuesday to Friday.
Over 90 tonnes of high quality mussels are aqua-cultured in Twofold Bay using long line methods then marketed both locally and into the Sydney market. This local product, high in protein and low in calories and fat, provides something deliciously different for the discerning palate. Mussels can be bought live and whole at Snug Cove Wharf on weekdays after 9am or at Hooked on Seafood. Mussels are included on the menu of various cafes and restaurants in the area.
Abalone is an edible sea snail with a distinctive mother of pearl shell. It is a relatively expensive delicacy much sought after by the connoisseurs of cuisine in many parts of South East Asia where most of the product from Eden is sent.
Eden Smokehouse produces multiple award-winning products with a taste of excellence including: Salmon Gravlax, Smoked Atlantic Salmon, Ocean Trout, Rainbow Trout, Mussels, Chicken and Old Style Bacon. Products are available from the Smokehouse or at Sprout Eden.
Disaster Bay Chillies has collected multiple awards in Australia, UK and USA for its internationally recognised products. Organically grown chilli products such as hot chilli wine, chilli chocolates, exotic sauces and liqueur jellies are available through local outlets and at the Eden Visitor Information Centre. Chilli Wine is available at Eden IGA, Southern Cellars and Great Southern Inn Bottle shop.
The fertile soils surrounding Eden have attracted a large number of macro farmers and food producers. Local specialty products include award-winning cheese and dairy products, organic produce, olives and nuts, free range meat and poultry products, creative preserves and natural beauty products. Explore markets, cafes, specialty shops, restaurants and Eden Visitor Information Centre to discover the abundance of local products.
‘Award-winning oysters, creamy and sweet with a very mild aftertaste farmed in the pristine waters around Eden.’ — Caroline Henry (Board member of Oysters Australia) 19
Explore our State Forests Forests NSW invites you to visit the State forests of the Far South Coast. Breathe in the fresh forest smells and relax with nature as you enjoy the spectacular scenery.
Forests NSW maintains many recreation areas with a range of facilities including picnic tables, fireplaces, toilets and road access. Some sites have facilities for camping. There is an extensive network of roads and fire trails popular for four-wheel driving. You can pitch a tent for free, take your dog for a walk and see the sights by road, bike or on foot. State forests of the Far South Coast with dedicated recreation areas: Bondi State Forest – includes Bondi Forest Lodge East Boyd State Forest – includes Edrom Lodge, Scrubby Creek Picnic Area
Nadgee State Forest – includes Ludwig’s Creek Picnic Area, Maxwell’s Rainforest Walk Nullica State Forest – includes Broadwater Picnic Area Timbillica State Forest – includes Imlay Creek Picnic Area Yambulla State Forest – includes Newton’s Crossing, Allan Brook Camp Walk 4WD 2WD Cycle Picnic BBQ Fishing Caravan Yurammie – Fishing Caravan Camp Walk 4WD State 2WD CycleForest Picnic BBQ includes Pambula River Picnic Area Camp Walk
2WD Cycle Picnic
BBQ Fishing Caravan
For further information: Camp Walk 4WD 2WD Cycle Picnic BBQ Fishing Caravan Forests NSW Monaro Region, Phone: (02) 6458 3177 Camp Walk 4WD 2WD Cycle Picnic BBQ Fishing Caravan www.forestrycorporation.com.au
Bermagui Picnic Area Bermagui State Forest
With so many great camping spots, State Forests of the Sapphire Coast are your perfect place to get away. Stay overnight in your tent, caravan or campervan and wake up to breakfast with the sound of birdsong. Thereâ€™s so much to see and do in State Forests of the Sapphire Coast and best of all, theyâ€™re free to visit.
Relax by the fire State Forests of the Sapphire Coast
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Allan Gibson Boardwalk
Twofold Bay Beach Resort
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Sights, walks and picnic areas
Eden Lookout and Rotary Park – Map V28 Take in spectacular 270 degree views of Twofold Bay from Lookout Point near Rotary Park. Wander past the Seamen’s Memorial then to the ruins of the historic Eden lighthouse near Marine Rescue Eden to view the rugged coastline. Eden whale watching lookout From mid September until early November, spot the migrating whales from Lookout Point (Map V28) or the areas in front of Marine Rescue (Map X28), or the viewing platform at the eastern end of Bass Street. (Map R19) Heritage Trail For your self-guided tour of historic sites around Eden collect your Heritage Trail brochure at Eden Visitor Information Centre. (Map N18) Aslings Beach – Map T11 For sweeping views across Calle Calle Bay and for spotting dolphins, seals and whales, go to the viewing platform at the eastern end of Bass Street. Take the path northward past the picnic
area in Apex Park, then along the boardwalk and the maritime heritage pathway for a 2km walk along Aslings Beach. Lake Curalo walking path – Map R12 This walk, 6km one way, along a boardwalk and a wide gravel pathway takes you from Aslings Beach to the quiet stillness of Lake Curalo, on through eucalypt forest, saltmarsh and grassland to the mouth of Lake Curalo. You can access the walk from the sportsground near Aslings Beach or the Scout Hall on the Princes Highway. The trail is accessible by bicycle, pram and assisted wheelchair. Dogs on leads are welcome. Cocora Beach – Map J27 Within sight of Snug Cove and the Eden headland, Cocora Beach offers protected safe swimming for the whole family. This is an excellent spot for children to swim and snorkel, enjoy the playground and covered BBQ facilities. Public toilets are available.
The Bundian Way – Map H28 The Bundian Way, a project of the Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council, is a pathway from Eden to Kosciuszko. Its first stage, the Story Trail, a delightful walk between Cocora Beach and Quarantine Bay is currently open. This section, approximately 4km return, features breathtaking coastal views over the bay to Mt Imlay (Balawan). Dogs on leads permitted. Quarantine Bay & Keith’s Pinch (Bungo Beach) – Map A D15 These adjacent beach areas offer safe protected swimming and snorkelling. Relax and picnic as you watch amateur boats and yachts go by, explore rock pools or spot a seal, stingray or pelicans while fishermen clean their fish. Nullica River Mouth and Boydtown Beach – Map A C18 Nullica River, a tidal estuary, is a great place for children and fishermen to explore. Take a picnic, swim, wind surf, walk your dog or wander along almost 3km of pristine Boydtown Beach stretching south from Nullica River mouth. 23
Regional Map 1
WYNDHAM Mt Darragh Road Goodenia Rainforest Walk
South East Forest National Park
Barmouth Beach Swimming
Severs Beach BBQs, swimming
Ben Boyd National Park
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Quarantine Bay – 4 lane boat launching ramp, public wharf and picnic area
Picnic Area BBQs, water
Mt. Imlay rest area, BBQs, swimming
Yambulla State Forest
Ludwigs Creek Ro ad
Picnic Area BBQs, toilets
ROAD CLOSED Pedestrian access only beyond this crossing NO VEHICLE ACCESS Sections of the track are not clearly marked. Maps are essential and visitors must register.
Jane Spiers Beach
Mt. Tumbledown Lookout
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Green Cape Lighthouse
Green Cape Lighthouse built in 1883. Originally a kerosine lamp. Historic cemetery, “Ly-ee-Moon” shipwreck
Walking track 5km
Nadgee State Forest
Wonboyn Cabins and Van Park
Timbillica State Forest
Picnic area, BBQs, toilets, ruins, beaches
Wallagaraugh Forest Drive Turn off 29km south of Eden
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Wonboyn Lake Resort
Camping, BBQs, swimming
Fishing, beaches, picnic area, BBQs, toilets
Ben Boyd National Park
23km south of Eden Turn off to Nadgee Nature Reserve
19km south of Eden turn off to Ben Boyd National Park, Boyds Tower, Chip Mill, Edrom, Greencape
Scrubby Creek Picnic Area, BBQs, toilets, water
Duck Hole n Cape
886m walking track
Light to Light Walk 30km walking track
Edrom Lodge Built 1910-1913
Mt. Imlay walking track turn off
Whelans Swamp Bridge
Kiah General Store
Leatherjacket Bay Mowarry Point
Kiah Country Gardens
Historic Whaling station site
Red Point (South Head) Boyds Tower built in 1846 19.5m high sandstone lighthouse was never lit, steps down to observation platform down cliff
Mt Imlay National Park
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Boydtown Hill Cottages
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Worang Point Calle Calle Bay
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Boydtown Built by whaling king Benjamin Boyd in 1843 Ruins of Boyds Church
Leonards Island Lake Curalo
Broadwater swimming area (fresh water)
NETHERCOTE Nullica River Mouth BBQs, picnic area, toilets
Haycock Road, 8km north of Eden, entrance to Ben Boyd National Park
Red cliffs (known locally as “The Pinnacles) Striking contrast of white sandstone cliffs with red cliffs – a photoghraphers dream
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Haycock Point Picnic area, BBQs, toilets, good beaches – fishing, SCUBA diving
Maxwells Rain Forest Walk – picnic area, BBQs, toilets, water
Nadgee Nature Reserve
Walking track 5km
Mallacoota Lookout BBQs, water
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Regional Coastal Wilderness
Ben Boyd National Park Explore Australia’s coastal wilderness along sandy beaches, rugged headlands and coastal forest. This national park stretching from Pambula to the Green Cape Light Station offers unique opportunities for bushwalking, family picnics, fishing and camping.
Haycock Point to Barmouth Beach – Map R3 A well-established popular picnic area, Haycock Point is the start of a very scenic 5km return walk around to Barmouth Beach on the Pambula River. At Haycock Point enjoy wide panoramic coastal views and explore the extensive rockpools.
The Pinnacles – Map R5 The Pinnacles, formed about 65 million years ago, is a natural cliff formation of white sands and red gravel clay. The red colour is iron oxide (rust) produced by rock weathering over time in a changing climate. The top of the white sediment marks the level of an ancient water table. On the 1km loop walk you will pass through forest, woodland, heath and a moist gully.
Light to Light Walk – Map S10 For the Light to Light trek, 31km one way through the magnificent Ben Boyd National Park, follow the coastline from Boyd’s Tower to Green Cape Lighthouse. This is normally a two to three day hike although it can be broken into shorter sections by access to Saltwater Creek or Bittangabee Bay. On your walk, take in the dramatic red cliffs, red rock platforms, rugged headlands, coastal heath and white beaches.
Severs Beach – Map Q3 A pleasant 300m walk from the car park at Severs Beach Road in Ben Boyd (North) National Park takes you to Pambula River where you can swim, fish, kayak, picnic and take in bushland and river views.
Mt Imlay (Balawan) – Map I14 Mount Imlay, at 888m high, is a favourite with adventurous hikers. From the Burrawang picnic area, the marked trail of 6km return is an almost continuous steep climb to the summit. Mt Imlay is located 35km south-west of Eden. Wonboyn – Map R18 Favourite spots with fishermen, Wonboyn Lake and Wonboyn Beach are renowned for supplying a good catch. The natural beauty of Nadgee Nature Reserve from Baycliff to Greenglades makes the area attractive for a day outing. Local Rainforest Walks Two magnificent rainforests are Maxwell’s Rainforest (Map L26) in Nadgee State Forest and Goodenia Rainforest (Map I1) in the South East Forests National Park entered at Chalkhills Road off Mt Darragh Road, South Pambula. Each walk is approximately 1.2km return.
‘Eden’s diverse and beautifully coloured rocks along the magnificent coastline are scientifically significant and challenging to study, spanning hundreds of millions of years of time.’ — Anne Felton (Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists) 25
Held late Oct/early Nov
Markets and Events Week 4: Fri – Bega Farmers Market Littleton Gardens, Bega Sun – Wyndham Village Market Wyndham Hall, Wyndham January, April, July and October: Nethercote Seasonal Market 4th Saturday at Nethercote
Week 1: Fri – Bega Farmers Market Littleton Gardens, Bega Sun – Candelo Market Candelo township Week 2: Sun – Pambula Markets Sports oval, Pambula Village Week 3: Fri – Bega Farmers Market Littleton Gardens, Bega Sat – Eden Local Produce Market Chandos Street, Eden Sun – Merimbula Seaside Market Fishpen, Ocean Drive, Merimbula 26
May: Eden Bowling Club Winter Bowls Carnival June: 6-Day Ace of Clubs Golf Tournament at Eden, Bega, Pambula-Merimbula, Tura Beach Bega Valley Car Rally June long weekend Each week: September: Art on Imlay Eden Men’s Golf Open and 146 Imlay Street, Eden – Open Eden Ladies Golf Open; 10am-4pm Mon to Fri; 10am-1pm Lyle Cronk Mixed Triples Sat; closed Sundays (Extended Bowls Carnival hours during peak periods) October: Events: Eden Whale Festival Golf Day Cup; Eden Whale Festival Open January: George Bass Marathon Gardens 2020 – 7-day surfboat race October/November: from Batemans Bay to Eden Eden Whale Festival Normally held weekend prior to March: Eden Game Fishing Tournament Melbourne Cup Day Prize money changes from year School Holidays: year to year. (Month held depends School holiday programs on expected conditions) at Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre and Eden Amateur Fishing Eden Library Competition – $50,000 in prizes
Twofold Bay Cruises, Whale Watching and Coastal Wilderness Cruises
Whale watching – Sept, Oct, Nov with a whale guarantee
NSW’s longest running whale watching cruises
Twofold Bay cruises all year
Dolphins, seals, penguins frequently seen
75 passenger catamaran
Special rates coaches and group bookings
Coastal wilderness and wildlife cruises
...there’s so much to see! • Boyd’s Tower • Boydtown • Edrom Lodge • Naval Wharf • Fishing Fleet • Woodchip Mill Cruises depart from Snug Cove, Eden
Timetable and bookings:
0427 962 027 or 0427 260 489 2017
Things to do ANNA WARREN GALLERY
Shop 5, Snug Cove Wharf, Eden NSW 2551 Phone: 0457 317 554 or 0429 996 430 Email: email@example.com www.annawarren.com.au
Local award-winning artist Anna Warren exhibits nationally and internationally and has recent oil paintings on display at her gallery, Full Fathom Five, at the wharf. Colourful, contemporary, marinescapes with a twist of surreal, express some of the energy felt in nature. Gallery hours 11am-2.30pm Wed, Sat and Sun or by appointment and everyday during the holidays.
Eden Storage and South Coast Storage Solutions
Why tow it home and then all the way back? Save yourself the trouble by storing your boat or caravan with Eden Storage & South Coast Storage Solutions. • Secure lock-up storage • Open or under cover • Ideal for storing caravans and boats Proprietors: Daryl and Julie Young
440 Princes Highway, Eden (opposite Discovery Holiday Park) Phone: 0429 962 231 – After hour: 02 6496 2231 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Explore a quiet and pristine river with a local guide. r Qualified Guide r Small group tours r All gear supplied r No experience needed r Bring your swimmers, fishing rod or just relax and enjoy the bird and fish life Book online at www.kiahwildernesstours.com.au
Phone 0429 961 047
Things to do
Reef, Game, Deep Sea and Kingfishing aboard “CONNEMARA” a 38ft Randell • All bait and tackle supplied • Homebaked morning tea • No fishing licence required • Group and family packages available • Overnight fishing • Toilet on board
Whale Watching tours during Sept, Oct and Nov
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Things to do Potoroo Palace
Twin Cinema Merimbula
Opposite Club Sapphire with parking off Merimbula Drive. Call our general information line
02 6495 3744 (local call) or visit
A native animal educational sanctuary located 9km north of Merimbula. • Open 10am to 4pm daily (except Xmas Day) • Educational talks and train rides at 11am and 2pm daily • Ask about up close animal encounters • Blue Wren Café – delicious coffee, meals and snacks • BBQ available
(Closed Monday except for school holiday seasons)
2372 Princes Hwy, Yellow Pinch, Merimbula NSW 2548 Ph: 02 6494 9225 – Office 02 6494 9053 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.potoroopalace.com
80 Main St, Merimbula (opp. Club Sapphire)
Walk the Light to Light
Experience one of the best coastal walks in NSW
Stop for a swim or surf at isolated beaches along the way
Trace Ben Boyd National Park’s breathtaking coastline, crystal-clear coves and eucalypt forests
Camp near the ocean at Saltwater Creek or Bittangabee Bay
Gear up for the full multi-day hike or complete a smaller section of the walk
Stay overnight at Telegraph Station bunkhouse near Green Cape Lightstation
VISIT: NATIONALPARKS.NSW.GOV.AU/LIGHT2LIGHT OR CALL THE MERIMBULA OFFICE ON 02 6495 5000 FOR MORE INFORMATION 30
Local Products & Services
Wonboyn Rock Oysters
are renowned as being ‘creamy and sweet with a very mild aftertaste’ which we think reflects the beautiful surroundings in which they are grown. Our oysters are consistent in shape, sizing, texture and colour and take their unique flavour from the pristine waters they grow in. Our oysters are available by visiting us at our oyster shed situated in Myrtle Cove, Wonboyn Lake. We are there most days of the week. Our oysters are generally available all year round with the peak supply season being from October to June. CHAMPIO 18
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Phone 02 6496 9165
Kel 0477 054 590 or Caroline 0448 969 140 Email: email@example.com
SOUTHLAND FISH SUPPLIES r Major wholesaler of fresh fish to Canberra and the South Eastern areas of NSW r Local products available at local outlets and restaurants r Over 8 tonne of fish processed weekly Visitors are welcome to tour the modern process rooms Mon-Fri between 9.30am and 11.30am during summer months and Tue-Fri during winter months. 210 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 • Ph: 02 6496 3350 • Fax: 02 6496 3590 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • www.southlandfish.com.au 31
Local Products & Services
Weecoon Street, Eden NSW 2551 Phone: 02 6496 2331 Email: email@example.com www.edensmokehouse.com.au
• National and International award winning products These gourmet products – chilli jelly, chilli gift boxes, chilli condiments and the amazing Hot Chilli Wine, are produced using our own hand-picked organic chillies. The wine is sold locally at IGA, Southern Cellars, Great Southern Hotel and The Little Bottler at Pambula. Other products are available at the Eden Visitors Centre, Killer Whale Museum, Roswithas Eden Deli, Sprout Café and Finny’s by the Wharf Cafe.
40 Government Road, Eden NSW 2551 r Ph: 02 6496 4145 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.disasterbaychillies.com
EDEN IGA plus LIQUOR
Shop for all your grocery needs at Eden IGA Plus Liquor, owned and operated by the Sandeep family. • In store butchery • Fresh bread baked daily • Weekly specials • Friendly service • Huge fresh food and vegetable selection • Well stocked liquor shop • Fully stocked Deli • Market day monthly specials • 7 days-7am-7pm • Pack & carry to car • Free delivery*
Ph: 02 6496 1044 — Fax: 02 6496 3530
191 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 • Email: email@example.com • www.iga.com.au 32
Shopping & Services
Collectables & Old Wares Supply Central Eden have all your needs covered. If it’s not in Eden, ask and Supply Central will try to get it for you!
Located at the top of town, Eden Antiques, Collectables & Old Wares showcases a wide variety of Antiques & Vintage items including:
r Pet supplies and horse gear – dog beds, shampoo, flea control, collars and leads, dog coats, harnesses, dog and cat food
• Artwork • Collectables of all shapes and sizes • China and Glassware • Vintage & Antique Jewellery • Locally produced woodwork, soaps & candles • Rustic, Barware & “Shed” items
r Push bike spare parts – tubes, tyres, pumps, lights, helmets, bike carriers for cars, tool kits, oil, repair kits r Stock feed and seed for horses, cattle, sheep, alpaca, goats, rabbits, chooks, ducks, parrots, wild birds, budgies and more... r Ceiling fans, down lights, outside lighting
OPEN: 7 days: 9am-4pm (Aug to Apr) 5 days: 10am-3pm (May to July)
r Picture Framing r Metal wall plaques
You’ll find us at: 209 IMLAY STREET, EDEN (right opposite the Great Southern Hotel)
173 Imlay Street • (02) 6496 1249
EDEN SLIPWAY SERVICES
EDENMOTORGROUP Specialists in all things Automotive
EDEN TYRE MART Eden Toyota
Bega Valley’s Cheapest Tyres
Eden NRMA Insurance
Boating and yachting repairs plus an extensive range of chandlery including Jotun paint and antifoul, brushes and rollers, fenders, buoys, ropes, shackles, pumps, anchors, impellers, fibreglass cleaners and restorers, navigation lights, stainless steel 316 shackles, turnbuckles and a large range of fasteners.
Conrad Ford Bega Valley’s Cheapest Cars
edenmg.com.au (02) 6496 1529
129-149 Imlay St, Eden NSW
• Castrol oils and GME radio. Experienced, friendly staff are available to answer your marine enquiries.
Main Wharf – 249 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 Phone: 02 6496 1711 Fax: 02 6496 3528 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 33
Shopping & Services Eden Gas and Gear Jeremy Fernando Adam Woolacott
BAppSc (physio). Hons. MPhysio Post Grad Dip Manip Physio
B App Sci (Sports Coaching) M Physio
Come in and talk to the Warren family. Our friendly staff are here to help you with all your needs.
B App Sci (Sports Coaching) M Physio
• Gas refills • Camping goods • Helium balloons • Welding equipment and consumables • Steel blue boots and workwear • Nowra Chemicals and paper goods • LPG heaters and Hot water systems • Weber BBQs and gear • Key cutting • BOC Gas • Your home brew needs • 45kg LPG cylinders – no rental fees
B App Sci (HB) M Physio
Eden Cnr Chandos & Imlay Sts 6496 2828 Late appointments and immediate rebates • No referral necessary
ONLINE BOOKINGS at www.sapphirecoastphysio.com
Cnr Bass and Imlay Streets, Eden, NSW 2551 Phone: 02 6496 1082 – Fax: 02 6496 1011 Mobile: 0405 149 183 – AH: 02 6495 6079 Email: email@example.com
Phone 02 6496 3688
31 Mitchell Street Eden NSW 2551
sell all the top brands of new boats including Quintrex plus Evinrude outboards. • Quality used boats • Evinrude Etec outboards • Extensive range of Stihl power equipment • Servicing marine motors, trailers and boats in our workshop 34
Shopping & Services/Cafés ME LIFESTYLE E G DICI NE VILL A
SPECIALISING IN LIFESTYLE MEDICINE • Master of Clinical Science Lifestyle Medicine (SCU) • Diabetes type 2 – Weight Loss, Stress, Anxiety • Bachelor of Naturopathy • Diploma of Nutritional Science
THRIVE EDEN M A S S AG E T H E R A P Y Feel the stress melt away as you restore balance within your body Each one hour treatment is specifically designed to suit your needs
SPECIALISING IN SOFT TISSUE MASSAGE THERAPY • Massage Therapist • Neuromuscular Therapy Remedial – Relaxation – Sports • Workers Compensation – fully accredited ALMA, ARONAH, ANTA, ATMS and Workcover (3178)
Relaxation Trigger Point Deep Tissue Cupping
OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY Shop 5+6, Angela’s Arcade, Eden NSW 2551 Phone: 02 6496 1919 • Mobile: 0405 335 975 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.lifestylemedicinevillage.com
Please call 0473 026 583 Shop 9, 146 Imlay Street, Eden www.thriveeden.com
Shop 3, 253 Imlay Street, EDEN • Phone: 02 6496 1855 Email: email@example.com
Food I Beer I Wine I Espresso With magnificent water views in the Port of Eden, the Wharfside Cafe has built a reputation for the freshness and quality of the food and beverages it serves. • Breakfast 8am to 12pm and Lunch from 12pm • Free Wi-Fi internet • Dinner from 6pm during the holiday season • Open 7 days • Fully licensed 35
Restaurants & Cafés the rusty plough
Come in and relax in our outdoor seating area and have a chat with our friendly staff. • Open early till late for eat in or take-away • Large Menu • Book in for High Tea • Breaky, lunch, dinner, afternoon tea, coffee, cakes and snacks • We grow what we can in our own veggie patch • Family owned with a friendly atmosphere • Open 7 days a week: Monday-Wednesday 5.30am to 6.30pm; Thursday-Saturday 5.30am to 7.30pm; Sunday 7am to 4.30pm
76 Imlay Street Eden NSW 2551 Phone: 02 6496 2795 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Restaurants & Cafés Club Keno | Club TAB | Raffles | Free child-minding Sky Channel | Bingo | Regular entertainment ALL YOU CAN EAT LUNCH & DINNER 7 DAYS A WEEK
For those seeking a more GARDClub meal with the traditional EN BuffetE experience you Coast are now able to order from the new Coast Xtra menu.
217 Imlay Street, Eden PH 6496 1577 www.edenfishermens.com.au
COURTESY BUS AVAILABLE
Princes Hwy, Eden PH 6496 1126 Pro-shop PH 6496 1054 www.edenfishermens.com.au
• 18 hole championship golf course • Fully stocked pro shop • Lawn bowls • Asian fusion restaurant lunch & dinner 7 days email@example.com www.quarantinebay.com.au 37
Restaurants & Cafés
Finny’s By The Wharf
— located at Eden wharf
Award-winning produce store and café showcasing fresh and value-added local and regional foods. • Breakfast • Lunch • Cakes • Coffee • Fresh juices • Gluten free options • Eat in or takeaway • Picnics and catering • Fresh fruit and veg • Free WiFi • Outdoor dining areas • Open 7 days 134 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 Phone: (02) 6496 1511 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.sprouteden.com.au
South Coast Tourism Awards 2014
Enjoy the relaxing sun-drenched deck with a coffee for breakfast or lunch and BYO alcohol, family owned our friendly staff will help to cater your meal in a relaxed atmosphere at the Port of Eden
Open 7 days from 7am to 3pm • Daily specials • Vittoria Coffee • Housemade cakes • Sumptious seafood
Ph: 0497 599 755 finny’s by the wharf e: email@example.com
Your one-stop location in Eden for a comprehensive range of gourmet deli delights. • Gourmet foods • Condiments and spices • Cheeses • Salads • Cold meats • Sandwich bar • Food/fruit party platters • Coffee and cake • Gift and picnic hampers
205 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 (opposite the Great Southern Inn) Phone: 02 6496 1353
Free Wi-Fi is available at the Eden Visitor Information Centre
Accommodation Halfway Motel
Book your luxury beachside escape today. Immerse yourself at Sea Salts beautiful three bedroom apartment just 100 metres from pristine Aslings Beach. A serene & private indulgence.
Our friendly staff look forward to welcoming you to the Halfway Motel, Eden. Centrally located just minutes from shops and beach. Single, double, family rooms and two room suites. AAA Rating E: firstname.lastname@example.org M: 0419 716 756
On the roundabout, Princes Highway 118 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 W: www.halfwaymotel.com.au E: email@example.com P: 02 6496 1178
Have a whale of a time and book your next holiday with us! Eden Realty offer a large selection of quality homes and units to suit your holiday needs. We also offer professional and personal service for all your real estate purchasing, selling and rental requirements.
132 Imlay Street EDEN 2551 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit us... edenrealty.com.au or stayz.com.au 39
BAYVIEW MOTOR INN
With fantastic views of Twofold Bay, the Bayview Motor Inn is the ideal holiday base to explore the endless range of activities in the region. • Quality accommodation • Deluxe rooms • Sensational sea views • Easy access to Cocora Beach and the Bundian Way Walking Trail • Shops, clubs and restaurants all within easy reach • Catering for bus and tour groups
Corner of Princes Highway and Bellevue Place, Eden NSW 2551 Phone: 02 6496 1242 Fax: 02 6496 1273 Email: email@example.com www.bayviewmotorinn.com.au
Accommodation Heritage House Motel AND Units
Heritage House offers you the perfect holiday on the Sapphire Coast 178 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 with a range of modern motel rooms and fully self-contained 1 & 2 Phone: 02 6496 1657 bedroom spa units. Ideally located overlooking Twofold Bay we are E: firstname.lastname@example.org opposite the Eden Fisherman’s Club and Eden Killer Whale Museum. www.heritagehouseunits.com Just a few minutes’ walk to restaurants, beaches, fishing wharf and a popular boat ramp. • Spectacular Views of Twofold Bay • Spacious accommodation • In the Centre of Town • Free WiFi and Off-street Parking Rating iiii
Twofold Bay Motor Inn www.twofoldbaymotorinn.com.au
• Spectacular ocean views • Located right in the centre of town • Free WiFi & Foxtel • Indoor heated pool • Room service breakfast • Spacious King, Queen, Spa and Family rooms • Opposite Eden Fishermen’s Club • Corporate charge backs
164-166 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 — Telephone 02 6496 3111 Email: email@example.com 41
Garden of E den CARAVAN PARK A A A HHHH
Nearest park to town and licensed clubs • Solar-heated swimming pool • Gas BBQ shelters Austar in Deluxe cabins • Mini golf • Giant chess • Pet friendly section • Luxurious heated amenities Enclosed camp kitchen • Lake Curalo Boardwalk • Short stroll to beach and rock pool • Coax cable TV Tennis court • Children’s park • Small in-ground trampolines (wheelchair friendly) • Free Internet access
Reservations 1800 22 44 60
Phone: (02) 6496 1172 — Fax: (02) 6496 3618 Cnr. Princes Highway & Barclay Street, EDEN • PO Box 208, EDEN NSW 2551 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.edengarden.biz Resident Managers: Allan and Lyn Carlson
All Chain Discount Card and Seniors Card holders receive 10% Discount
• Range of 1 & 2 BR Villas • Pool/Playground • Jumping pillow • Refurbished amenities • Pet Friendly • Free Wi-Fi • Ensuite Sites
EDEN GATEWAY HOLIDAY PARK 99 Princes Highway NSW 2551 email@example.com +61 2 6496 1798 www.edengateway.com.au 42
Accommodation Your back-to-nature getaway awaits at Eden, one of 37 iconic locations across NSW
02 6496 1139 | reflectionsholidayparks.com.au DISCOVERY PARKS - EDEN Set on the magnificent shores of Twofold Bay, minutes from Eden on the NSW Sapphire Coast. Enjoy the parkâ€™s relaxed, beachside pace, visit the delightful town of Eden or nearby Ben Boyd National Park.
DISCOVER AMAZING PLACES DISCOVERY PARKS - EDEN 731 Princes Hwy, Boydtown via Eden Free Call: 1800 631 006 T: (02) 6496 1572 E: firstname.lastname@example.org 43
Accommodation Snug Cove B&B
Cocora Cottage B&B
Snug Cove B&B offers a spectacular view from every guest room. Watch pelicans and sea eagles soar past your window or relax on your individual balcony. • Queen and twin ensuited rooms • Welcoming evening drinks • 3-course breakfasts • Quiet, romantic and private • Free wireless internet • Views from a two person corner bath • Walk to wharf, museum, cafes, shops and beaches
Heritage listed, circa 1850s, this was the original Police Station. Easy walk to shops, museum, wharf, beaches and restaurants. • Queen-size beds, ensuites with spas • Select your breakfast from a varied menu • Complimentary drink on arrival • Enjoy afternoon tea, port and chocolates • Quiet and private • Free WiFi
25 Victoria Terrace, Eden NSW 2551 Phone: 02 6496 3123 – Mobile: 0439 139 372 Email: email@example.com www.snugcove.com.au
2 Cocora Street, Eden NSW 2551 Mobile: 0409 961 241 or 0427 218 859 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.cocoracottage.com
Best Western Fairway Motor Inn, MERIMBULA
NADGEE by Nature
Set on 2 acres of landscaped grounds with pool, BBQ and tennis court. Located only 1km from airport and beaches. Spacious, modern units all recently refurbished featuring fully self-contained kitchenettes and everything guests require. Wireless internet available. Opposite Pambula-Merimbula Golf Club and next to Wheelers Restaurant.
Situated on 38 acres of semi-rural bushland bordering pristine Wonboyn Lake – perfect for a family get-a-way. • 3 bedroom cottages each sleeping up to 8 people • Comfortable and spacious lounge • Dog friendly • Fully equipped modern kitchen • TV with DVD • Reverse cycle air-conditioning • Linen hire available • Fully equipped laundry • AAA’s 3 star rating
180 Arthur Kaine Drive, Merimbula NSW 2548 Phone: 02 6495 6000 Email: email@example.com www.fairwaymotorinn.com.au 44
24 Adelaide Avenue, Wonboyn Lake NSW 2551 Phone: 0402 134 472 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.nadgeebynature.com.au
Accommodation COACHMAN’S EDEN
Family owned and operated, our renovated and modern facility offers quality and comfort. • Situated on two acres overlooking the golf course • Fully renovated rooms, with walk-in showers • Family rooms are 2 bedroom and can sleep 5 comfortably • Restaurant and Bar (opening nights vary) – Nightly room service • All ground floor units with parking outside rooms • Outdoor pool and kids wading pool • Group/coach bookings and bikes welcome
46 Princes Highway, Eden (opposite Golf Course) Eden 2551 GPS address: Corner of Irene Crescent and Princes Highway Phone: 02 6496 1900 www.coachmanseden.com.au
Quality holiday accommodation and service with properties from Eden to Wonboyn to suit all budgets. Roses Property Management also provides professional service for permanent, commercial and retail rentals.
Contact Rose at Roses Property Management 171 Imlay Street Eden NSW 2551 Mobile: 0402 134 472 • Tel & Fax: 02 6496 4242 www.rosespropertymanagement.com.au
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Stay at Green Cape Lightstation
EVER WANTED TO STAY IN A LIGHTHOUSE? Wake up to the waves at the beautifully-restored Green Cape Lightstation Keepers’ Cottages, perched on the edge of a peninsula in Ben Boyd National Park. There are three cottages, each sleeping five or six people, with cosy open fireplaces, dining and lounge room, fully-equipped kitchen and a verandah—perfect for whale watching and enjoying the fresh sea air.
BOOK NOW: NATIONALPARKS.NSW.GOV.AU/GREENCAPE OR CALL 13000 PARKS (1300 072 757) FOR MORE INFORMATION
Make it your holiday base to explore nearby beaches and walks and enjoy a free tour of the lighthouse.
Right on the foreshore of beautiful Twofold Bay
For more information on accommodation Visitor contact the Eden re Information Cent 53 19 (02) 6496
Quarantine Bay BEACH COTTAGES A perfect place for a quiet hideaway with rest and solitude...
Picturesque self-contained air-conditioned beachfront cottages with family beach and spacious grounds. • 6 spacious individual cottages with private patios/balconies • 3 beachfront units – waterfront living • Adjacent to boat ramp • Free wireless broadband • Excellent fishing, boating, bushwalking and beachcombing
02 6496 1483
dining. entertainment. bottle shop. hotel accommodation.
158 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551 â€˘ Ph: (02) 6496 1515 â€˘ Fax: (02) 6496 2151 Email: email@example.com
EDEN experience at
Eden Visitor Information Centre Talk to a local for: • Accommodation • Fishing
Eden Visitor Information Centre
Charters • Bay Cruises and Whale Watching Bookings • National Parks Information • Events • Souvenirs, Guide Books and Local Products Open: 9am-5pm Mon to Fri 10am-4pm Sat and Sun
Cnr Princes Hwy & Mitchell St Eden NSW 2551 At the first roundabout on the Princes Highway as you enter Eden • Ample parking for buses and caravans
Phone 02 6496 1953 firstname.lastname@example.org
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