NSW South Coast, Batemans Bay - A Holiday Paradise
The township of Mogo was born during the days of the Australian Gold Rush in 1851. Although the gold has all but gone, local fossikers still come up with good colour, especially after a good dump of rain.
The quaint historical village of Mogo remains a major NSW South Coast tourist destination for you to explore. Step outside your accommodation at the Gold Rush Colony and head 200mts down Annett St to the village of Mogo. You will discover unique local arts and crafts, fine food and much more.
Mogo has something for everyone, including the world famous Mogo Zoo just 2km away and the famous Mogo Fudge shop just around the corner.
A short distance from Mogo are the South Coast's beautiful beaches, rivers and waterways for great water activities - surfing, kayaking, fishing, sailing and snorkelling and much much more.
Or you may prefer the cycle trails, golf or bush-walking. There are food and wine trails and arts and crafts galore.
There are all the usual and unusual holiday spots to enjoy for world class dining, seafood cruises, shopping and entertainment in Batemans Bay, Moruya and all the other little towns that dot the region surrounding Mogo - it's an easy drive to get somewhere interesting.
We have put together some of the highlights of the area - view the South Coast Tourist Information section for some suggestions on what to do and see in Mogo, Batemans Bay and the wider Eurobodalla region of New South Wales Australia.