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Boydtown Eden VIC NSW The principal relic of Ben Boyd's adventures is the Seahorse Inn which began construction in 1843 however it was abandoned in 1849 and for almost a century was left vacant.
In 1936 it was purchased by the Whiter Brothers who renovated it and added a second story.
In 1975 Bruce Lyon purchased the Seahorse Inn and in 2002 he closed the Inn and spent a considerable amount of time renovating and refurbishing the old hotel. He added the Brasserie and Conference rooms and transformed it into the beautiful hotel it is today. Accommodation is available. Open 7 days.
As well as charter vessels which take passengers to watch the whales at sea there are some great places to do shore based whale watching. To the south of Eden, Green Cape and South Head in the southern section of the Ben Boyd National Park are excellent vantage points to spot whales. Within Twofold Bay there are viewing platforms at the Rotary Park Lookout and at the eastern end of Bass Street.
2 Cocora Street Eden NSW 2551 Cocora Cottage B&B is heritage listed and unique accommodation for singles and couples or a maximum of four people traveling together. The ideal Eden accommodation to enjoy a quiet, relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Enjoy spectacular bay views, watch the fishing fleet coming home with the days catch or marvel at the colour of the yachts on Twofold Bay, and if you are lucky enough to be in residence when the large cruise ships arrive – it’s a sight you will never forget!