South Coast Tourism

There is so much to do on the South Coast of New South Wales - view photos from out and about.
Rock On Fitness Batemans Bay NSW Sports

Rock On Fitness in Batemans Bay offers school group activities in conjunction with the Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo NSW.

Students participate in indoor rock climbing and an all weather commando style obstacle course.

Rock On Fitness in Batemans Bay is open 7 days a week and offers casual day membership for visitors and full membership for locals.

News - Narooma Oyster Festival

Follow the links below to find more information about this local South Coast NSW annual food festival event.

Tourism - Dolphin Watching Jervis Bay

A Dolphin Watching cruise at Jervis Bay is an ideal stopping point activity when travelling from Sydney to Batemans Bay and your destination at the Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo on the NSW South Coast.
School and tour groups can arrange to participate in this nature activity as part of a school excursion, camp or other group booking.
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Tourism - Air Raid Tavern Moruya

You must drop in here when in Moruya, breakfast, lunch, snacks & drinks in a unique South Coast local style. (click link below for more information)

South Coast Tourism - Congo Arts & Crafts

Amazing and diverse Australian art and crafts studio, half an hour south of the Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo on the South Coast NSW Australia, well worth the drive. (click link below for more information)

Tourism - Batemans Bay - Old Courthouse Museum

The Old Courthouse Museum is a great place to visit to learn about the South Coast NSW past and the people who lived there not so very long ago. To find out more about the Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society, click the link below.

Pet Friendly Beaches - paw prints

Your Pets Paw Prints can go on forever on the pristine pet friendly beaches of the NSW South Coast near to The Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo. Click on the link below for further information

Pet Friendly Beaches - Paw Print

A single paw print in the sand could be the sign for your four legged friend at check in at the Original Gold Rush Colony Mogo

Pet Friendly Beaches - Making  Australian Friends

Walking your unleashed pet on the Dog Friendly Beaches around Batemans Bay NSW will almost guarantee you make new friends to take back to your pet friendly accommodation at the Original Gold Rush Colony. Click the link below for more information.

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Gold Rush Tour Mogo Village Venue Map

Education Schools Information Gold Rush Australian Culture History NSWAttention: Students, Teachers & Researchers: See Website Sitemap for special message & help.
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