Nature - Parks & Wildlife

The Original Gold Rush Colony is bounded by State Forest which provides a natural Australian Bush Setting, you can enjoy the birdlife and small animals that come onto the property or explore further afield - All start with a gental Bushwalk at your front gate!
Birdlife - Majestic Sea Eagle

The Eurobodalla Shire on the NSW South Coast has extraordinarily abundant bird life, with literally hundreds of species that have been sighted by keen birdwatchers.

Along the coastline of the Australian East Coast, South of Sydney New South Wales, you can sight many sea birds including flocks of Pelicans and Great Cormorants.

Pet Friendly Beaches - Doggy Swims Near Batemans Bay

 

No need to leave you pal at home

DOGS ON BEACHES

The Eurobodalla Shire Council has rules in place to ensure dogs can be responsibly exercised on beaches in Eurobodalla. Most areas are available on a "time-share" basis between those with dogs and those who would rather be on the beach without dogs.

EXERCISE AREAS – TIME SHARE

On some beaches and adjacent reserves, access for dogs is between certain hours (time share access). Check signage as the below times and dates may have changed.

Tourism - Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens - Herb Sheet

The Eurobodalla Botanic Gardens is set on a 42 hectare site on the Pacific Hwy between Mogo and Batemans Bay on the NSW South Coast bordering the Mogo State Forrest.

The garden displays include many of the 2000 species of flora found within the collecting region, which is drawn mainly from the Eurobodalla Shire,
but also includes species from a larger geographical base covering the catchments of the South Coast's three major rivers, the Clyde, the Deua and the Tuross.

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Gold Rush Tour Mogo Village Venue Map

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