Below you will find a snapshot of some of Batemans Bay’s main attractions and experiences.
Batemans Bay is located in the Eurobodalla Coast, a region known as the ‘Land of Many Waters’ and takes in the towns and villages of South Durras, Nelligen, Mogo, Broulee, Moruya, Narooma, Tilba Tilba and famous Montague Island.
The reception at Corrigans Cove has free visitor information for guests.
Batemans Bay Attractions and Experiences
Birdland Animal Park at Batehaven
4 mins from Batemans Bay
Corrigans Cove is ideally located a few minutes walk from Birdland Animal Park. Birdland is loved by both kids and kids at heart. Meet over 50 species of friendly Australian native animals and birds, cuddle a wombat or a snake! Have a picnic in the beautiful landscaped surrounds, jump on the train that winds through the animal exhibits.
Birdland Animal Park, Beach Road, Batehaven
Mogo Zoo at Mogo
9 mins from Batemans Bay
Corrigans Cove is only 10 minutes from popular Mogo Zoo. Here you will come face to face with over 200 animals from more than 39 rare and exotic species. See the only white lion pride in Australia right here in Batemans Bay. Don’t miss the café and gift shop.
Mogo Zoo, Tomakin Road, Mogo
View Mogo Zoo website
Catalina Country Club and Golf Course at Batehaven
4 mins from Batemans Bay
This 27 hole championship course is popular for its flat landscaped fairways and friendly club atmosphere. Located in Catalina, Batemans Bay on the South Coast of NSW it is less than a 10 minute walk from Corrigans Cove.
Within an hours drive of Catalina Golf Course you’ll find both the Moruya Golf Club, a well maintained lush course and at Narooma Golf Club the clifftop golf course with spectacular ocean views where you’ll need more than luck on Hogan’s Hole – rated one of top 20 par-3s in NSW.
Catalina Country Club and Golf Course, Beach Road, Batehaven
Old Mogo Town Gold Mining Village at Mogo
10 mins from Batemans Bay
Within 10 minutes drive of Corrigans Cove you could be panning for real gold! Hear all about Australian Gold Rush history and step back in time on a tour of this faithfully re-created gold miners village. Mogo is part of the Araluen Gold Fields which extend from Braidwood on the Southern Tablelands to Batemans Bay on the South Coast, NSW Australia.
Old Mogo Town Gold Mining Village, James Street, Mogo
Fishing Charters near Batemans Bay
Recreational fishing is one of the most popular activities on the coast, and particularly in Batemans Bay. Charter operators specialising in reef, deep sea and game fishing take regular tours. Whether you’re chasing bream, whiting, flathead, tailor, kingfish, marlin or tuna you’ll be impressed by the variety of fishing experiences available. Now that the Eurobodalla Coast is part of the Batemans Bay Marine Park we are conserving our fish species which means there will be plenty of catches today and plenty for future generations. Marine Park maps and information are available at Corrigans Cove reception.
Montague Island Tours, Narooma
See amazing wildlife and hear amazing stories of the history of the lighthouse. This natural icon has great cultural, historic and environmental significance and is one of the region’s most popular experiences. Guided tours to the Island are daily (depending on minimum numbers, weather and sea conditions). You can now even stay overnight on the Island and be a part of the Island’s conservation tour.
Shopping near Batemans Bay
From Batemans Bay to Tilba Tilba there’s plenty of opportunity to shop. From fashion boutiques to village stores and weekend markets. You will pick up some great mementos and special gifts but you’ll find browsing is half the fun with so much to choose from.