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      A range of Visitor Attractions to Enjoy

      Peaceful and beautiful Long Beach is a popular destination for many holidaymakers. Interstate and international travellers, as well as many residents of Australia’s National Capital and New South Wales love this area for its serenity and unspoiled natural habitat. The Eurobodalla region has a range of visitor attractions and activities to suit all ages and preferences.

      The pristine environment and casual feel lures beach-goers, boatys, water-sport enthusiasts, nature lovers and adventurers of many kinds. The ‘Bay’ and it’s surrounds is well located for outdoor pursuits like 4W-drives, mountain-bikes, sky-diving, joy rides, trekking and undemanding walks within the Clyde Valley and the many natural State Forests and spectacular mountainous National Parks dotted around Eurobodalla. A short walk through our garden gate, along the top of the cliff, then a stroll along the beautiful Maloneys Beach will bring you to the magnificent Murramarang National Park and Marine Park. Near to the Park’s entrance, a large group of kangaroos are guaranteed to congregate every afternoon to graze on the grasses growing beside the beach. Watching this mob as the sun sets is an experience not to be missed by nature lovers staying at Longbeach Clifftop Retreat.

      Batemans Bay offers plenty of fine-dining restaurants, casual cafes, takeaways, and pub and club grub choices, plus sea-foodies love sampling the fresh oysters harvested from the Clyde River. Visit markets, shop for beachwear, homewares and such at

      One of our local visitor attractions huge Old Blotchy the Spotted Gum

      numerous boutiques and speciality shops, load up your trolley with fresh produce and groceries from local malls and visit various art & craft galleries for a momento of your stay.

      Four-legged friends are invited to stay at the Moonrise Studio Cottage and are welcome at our local beaches and other safe-swimming beaches and picnic spots around the area. Dogs are also welcome in local State Forests but not in the National Parks.