Batemans Bay & surrounds

Set around Bhundoo the Clyde River, Batemans Bay and the stunning hidden gems of the Batehaven Coast, this part of Eurobodalla blends adventure and dining with arts and nature.

Think waterfront dining with views of the Tollgate Islands, river cruises, kayak tours and ancient landscapes in Murramarang National Park.

When you visit, don’t miss rock oysters fresh from farmer at Wray Street Oyster Shed (you can even visit by kayak), take a stroll around the Sculpture Walk and dine with views of the Tollgate Islands. Spend a day on Tourist Drive 7, visiting events along the coast between Batemans Bay and Moruya and returning via Mogo and Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens.

Highlights – river of art prize

Across the South Coast and beyond, artists are conceptualising and creating their works.
This year we are Celebrating Place and it’s fitting that this free exhibition is held in the stunning Bay Pavilions Arts & Aquatic Centre. The River of Art Prize exhibition launches alongside the Festival on Friday, September 15 and runs for the duration of the festival, to Sunday, September 24.  
Read more here.