Batemans Bay is a town on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia. Its beaches are part of the Batemans Bay Snorkelling Trail, with its reefs and native fish. The Clyde River flows past the town into large Batemans Bay. In the northwest, Clyde River National Park, a popular spot for kayaking and fishing, features salt marshes and coastal forests. Birdland Animal Park is located in Batemans Bay and is home to wombats, koalas and kangaroos.
At the sparkling entrance of the beautiful Clyde River is Batemans Bay, a charming seaside town surrounded by natural beauty. The bay was named in 1770 by explorer Captain James Cook, who was a lieutenant at the time and on his first voyage. You’ll discover more about the area at the Old Courthouse Museum.
With plenty of accommodation options, Batemans Bay is great base for exploring the wonders of the Eurobodalla region, from magnificent beaches and wildlife encounters to ancient pathways and fresh seafood and produce. Water sports are popular too, including swimming, surfing, kayaking and fishing.
Enjoy a fun day at Surf Beach, which is patrolled during the peak season. The crystal-clear coastal waters are perfect for an underwater adventure on the Batemans Bay Snorkelling Trail. Hire a bicycle and pedal along the foreshore on the Batemans Bay Cycleway. Deep-sea fishing tours depart from the marina.
You’ll find many more things to do and see, such as bushwalking, kayaking and fishing in the enchanting Clyde River National Park. On the coast, Observation Point is a picnic area and lookout with a magnificent vista of Snapper Island. Meet Bangles the wombat and Big Red the kangaroo at Birdland Animal Park.
• Birdland Animal Park
• Batemans Marine Park
• Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens
• Batemans Bay Mini Golf
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