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Merimbula Activities & Attractions
The brilliant sapphire blue waters which surround Merimbula are magical for all forms of water sports including fishing, swimming, surfing, wave sailing, canoeing, diving etc. For the less energetic hire a boat from Top Lake Cruises off Lakewood Drive and cruise the lake at your pace.
Activities & Attractions
On Board "Cat Balou" 16 metre Catamaran licensed to carry 75 passengers with seating inside for 56 (2 toilets). Whale watching cruises depart daily from late September to late November. Twofold Bay cruises available all year. Cruises depart from Main Wharf, Port of Eden - direct access with no bar crossings.
All cruises subject to weather and passenger numbers.
Information phone: 0427 962 027 or 0427 260 489
Twofold Bay Cruises all year round. Leaves from Eden Wharf and takes in Boyds Tower, Boydtown, Edrom Lodge, Whale Station sites, Naval Wharf East Boydtown and you have an excellent chance to see Dolphins and Seals. Bookings Essential. Whale Watching Cruises Sept thru November
Native Animal Education Sanctuary. See animals in their native habitat.
Wombats, Kangaroos, Koalas, Crocodiles, Dingos, Snakes, Echidnas, Potoroos
Sandstone Cafe for snacks and lunch
Open Thursday to Monday (plus all school holidays)
Open daily from 10am during school holidays (check off season times) Triassic Park Walk, Toboggan Run, Waterslides, Mini Golf, Grand Prix Cars. Kiosk, BBQ and Picnic Facilities. Plenty of parking. School Group Concessions Available
Ocean Wilderness Sea Kayaking has been welcoming guests to the Sapphire Coast since 2006. Our guides are the resident experts on the water and all have Australian Canoeing Certification. We provide tailor made guided tours on the Far South Coast of NSW to suit all ages and experience levels. Ocean Wilderness Sea Kayaking is a member of the Outdoor Recreation Industry Council.
Surf beach at the end of Cliff Street extending past Tura Beach Estate which also has access. Be aware of the tides if fossicking on the rocks. Great views from the grassed area. Carpark, toilets, picnic tables.
Favourite with the kids south side of lake off Fishpen Road. Sheltered beach looking straight across the lake to the township. Fishing charters leave from jetty.
Established in 1931, is one of the oldest museums in NSW, and records for posterity this incredible battle between intrepid men in rowboats, armed only with hand harpoons and the leviathans of the sea. The whalemen were, however, assisted by a pod of killer whales and the museum contains the unique story and the skeleton of the most famous of the killer whales "Old Tom".
The skeleton is the only one on public display in the southern hemisphere.
For a touch tank experience where you can closely examine marine creatures from local rocky shores. At the new marine laboratory you can examine species under microscopes. See spectaucular footage of marine life in the theatre.
Open during school holidays or by appointment-Group bookings and coaches welcome.