|Arthur Kaine Drive Merimbula VIC 2548|
Situated at Merimbula Airport
Gabo Island Adventures - "The Big Day Out"
Scenic Flights. Aircraft Charter. Flying Training.
Helicopter Flights, Skydiving, Aerial Photography
Whale Watching Flights Sept-Nov
|Pambula Beach Road Pambula Beach NSW 2549|
The only 12 month indoor multi-use aquatic centre in the Bega Valley Shire - A Tourist Facility - General Recreation.
Learn to swim, Baby Boomers & Older Programs, Warm water exercise, Access for the disabled, Young children’s water confidence programs, Kids Water Playground. Aged therapy.
|Magic Mountain Family Fun Park|
|Sapphire Coast Drive Merimbula NSW 2548|
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
|Whale Watching Cruises Sept to Nov|
|Port of Eden Eden NSW|
Whale watching cruises depart daily from late September to late November. Twofold Bay cruises available all year.
All cruises subject to weather and passenger numbers.
|Davidsons Whaling Station|
|See relics of the try-works and read about the life of 19th century whalers at Davidson's Whaling Station site on the shores of Kiah Inlet at Twofold Bay.|
More Information contact Eden Visitors Information Centre
Ph: (02) 6496 1953 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Boyd's Tower is approx 34kms on the Victorian side of Eden. Entrepeneur Benjamin Boyd built this elaborate sandstone tower in 1847. Designed to serve as a lighthouse it was ever only used as a lookout tower for whale spotting. |
Further Information Eden Visitors Centre ph: (02) 6496 1953 Email: email@example.com
|Cat Balou Cruises - All Year - Bookings Essential|
|Port of Eden Eden NSW 2551|
Twofold Bay Cruises all year round. Bookings Essential. Whale Watching Cruises Sept thru November
|Imlay Street Eden NSW 2551|
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.
|Reef and game fishing on board 'Connemara', a 38ft Randell equipped with all modern conveniences.|
Licensed 12 passengers and 2 crew. All bait and tackle supplied. No fishing licence required. Trips depart from Eden Wharf daily in main holiday periods.
Check off season times phone 02 6496 1209
|Eden is renowned for its fantastic fishing with deep water inlets and bays, crystal clear rivers, golden stretches of shoreline, strategic rock locations and reef and off-shore fishing fields.|
The following locations are just a few places recommended to try your luck with rod and reel:
Many a rewarding hour can be spent by the family fisher folk at Snug Cove wharves.
To the delight of all ages, yellowtail, mackerel and trevally will always keep mum and dad occupied baiting hooks and casting lines.
Pulpit Rocks at Green Cape
A great spot for land based, dedicated fishermen. Pack a picnic lunch and spend the day. Reached by a 40km scenic road (unsealed but well cared for), this location is well inside the boundariesof Ben Boyd National Park.
Kiah River Mouth
Anglers using live nippers may catch luderick or whiting at this popular beach fishing spot.
On the outskirts of the township, Aslings Beach is ideal during late evening for salmon.
Other popular fishing holes are at
Haycock and Peninsular beaches in Ben Boyd National Park to the North and Saltwater and Bittangabee beaches to the South.
Situated 30km south of Eden, Wonboyn Lake is a versatile lake system and is a mecca for dusky flathead. Moon phases and conditions vary the movement of fish so it's best to seek local advice from bait and tackle shops.
Baycliff, the ocean entrance to Wonboyn Lake, is a top spot for salmon and taylor.
Quarantine Bay is well known for its superb multi-ramp boat launching facilities, but for the holidaymaker without a vessel, this picturesque location is well worth a visit. Situated 3km south of Eden, (Melb side) just off the Princes Highway, Quarantine Bay provides picnic and swimming facilities and the most spectacular outlook. Picnic tables have been placed beneath shady eucalypts adjacent to the fishing club.
Yachts and pleasure craft are moored in the deep waters of the bay, creating an idyllic atmosphere. * Front Page Picture