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Batemans Bay Visitor Information
Batemans Bay is the largest town in the Eurobodalla region. The area is known as ‘the land of many waters’ and it’s easy to see why with over 130 kilometres of coastline, 83 beaches, 4 major rivers systems and 20 lakes. So if water sports and activities are your thing then you’ve certainly come to the right place!
To make it easy to decide what attractions you can see and do in the area, we have provided a snapshot of experiences here for you.
This region has variety of tourist attractions and activities, not to mention picturesque countryside and spectacular coastal scenery from South Durras, Nelligen, Mogo, Broulee, Moruya, Narooma, Tilba Tilba to famous Montague Island. The reception at Corrigans Cove has free visitor information for guests and a variety of information is provided in the apartment compendiums.
The Corrigans Cove compendiums list 15 key walks including:
Penance Grove, Monga National Park
Waratah Walk, Monga National Park
The Corn Trail, Monga National Park
The Coast Walk from Pebbly Beach to Snake Beach, Murramarang National Park
Depot Beach Rainforest Walk, Murramarang National Park
Durras Discovery Trail, Murramarang National Park
Durras Mountain, Murramarang National Park
Mangrove Walk, Cullendulla Nature Reserve
Mogo Bushwalk, Mogo State Forest
Banksia Walk, Burrewarra Point
Bingie Dreaming Track, Eurobodalla National Park
Box Cutting Rainforest Walk, Bodalla State Forest
Mill Bay Boardwalk, Narooma
Mystery Bay to 1080 Beach, Narooma
There are walks rated easy through to moderate and hard. For an easy paced walk you could try the Mangrove Walk at Cullendulla Creek Nature Reserve in north Batemans Bay or for something more challenging try Durras Mountain in Murramarang National Park.
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 region is renowned for its beautiful beaches but Corrigans Beach is one of the best and can be found directly across from Corrigans Cove. This calm beach is great for families as there are no big waves. If you’re keen for a surf or some larger waves, you’re less than 10 minutes drive to the nearest seasonally patrolled beach. Or you can relax by the outdoor pool onsite at Corrigans.
Great food, great location, come and eat at Corrigans Cove. Batemans Bay Restaurant Ccooks@Corrigans.