Spanning 44km of dramatic coastline, Murramarang National Park is the ultimate spot to soak up some sun and explore the cliffs, headlands and pristine beaches of the NSW south coast.
Surf Spots and Soulrider Surf School
There is a vast range of beach breaks, point breaks and reefs with in a half hour drive of Murramarang Resort.The real strength of surfing in this area is the diversity of breaks.
Murramarang Fishing Spots
Many of us here at the resort have been fishing at Murramarang for many years. We know the best places to cast your reel and are happy to pass on these tips to our guests.
Murramarang Walking Trails
Most people come here to experience the beaches and coastline, and walking along the beach early in the morning or late in the afternoon is refreshing and inspiring.
Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo, situated 10 kilometres south of Batemans Bay in the picturesque and historic gold-mining village of Mogo. It’s committed to the survival of endangered animals and provides world standard facilities for over 200 animals.
Birdland Animal Park
Birdland Animal Park is a delightful and intimate hands-on experience. Cool, shady forest paths wind through 8 acres of sweeping waterfront trees and landscaped gardens brimming with native Australian animals, birds and reptiles (over 100 species).
Bay and Beyond
Eurobodalla’s original and most experienced kayaking business, serving locals and visitors to the south coast since 1999.
Aspro Game Fishing Charters
Whether you’re experienced with tournament fishing, an angler or a novice, the Aspro offshore game fishing boat crew can cater to your needs and provide tuition where required.
Dolphin Watch Cruises
Let Dolphin Watch Cruises show you all that Jervis Bay has to offer. Jervis Bay is the jewel in the crown of the NSW South Coast.
Original Gold Rush Colony
The Original Gold Rush Colony first opened on a small scale in November 1991 and was acquired by the present owner in November 2000. The Original Gold Rush Colony is a reconstructed village depicting life in the Gold Rush days of the 1850’s