Batemans Bay Holiday

Batemans Bay is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts and nature lovers. Crystal clear waterways and natural bushlands offer a discovery playground for the young and young at heart to enjoy. Come holiday at Batemans Bay.
Batemans Bay Beaches

Corrigans Beach

Corrigan settled on land in the general area of what is now Batehaven and Catalina in the mid 1800s – subsequently the beach nearby was named ‘Corrigans Beach’. Corrigans Beach The early settlers would probably be amazed at the developments in and around Corrigans Beach today.  The northern end of the beach, accessed directly off... » Continue reading

Surfside Beach

Apart from a few sandy patches around the Clyde River bridge, Surfside Beach is the most westerly beach on the northern shore of Batemans Bay. Surfside Beach Access is from the Princes Highway – turn onto Wharf Road at the northern end of the bridge, follow it around to Myamba Parade and look for the... » Continue reading

Long Beach

At over 2 kilometres, Long Beach is, in fact, the longest beach on Batemans Bay. A south-east facing beach, Long Beach is positioned between the prominent Square Head to the west and the Chain Bay  headland to the east. Long Beach Long Beach is far enough into the bay to be partially  protected from the... » Continue reading

Maloneys Beach

On the northern shores of  Batemans Bay, and enclosed by headlands with chain-like rock formations, is Chain Bay. The beach within Chain Bay is Maloneys Beach. Take the Cullendulla Road turnoff from the Princes Highway – the road turns intoLong Beach Road, and after several kilometres, Northcove Beach Road. Follow this to the end to... » Continue reading

Mill Beach

If you’ve found your way through Durras to the Cookies Beach southern carpark, then you’re also in the carpark for Mill Beach. Unless of course you’re staying at the Murramarang Resort – possibly one of the most popular eco-tourist destinations in the Eurobodalla. The fully-equipped resort is discreetly hidden from view and is contained within... » Continue reading

Cookies Beach

Follow Durras Road from the Princes Highway past the Durras Lake turnoff, over Durras Creek and Cookies Beach can be seen from the headland.Actually, the southern headland, with its small park, is a good place to stop and get your bearings and admire the view. Cookies Beach Cookies Beach, and in fact all of Durras,... » Continue reading

Durras Beach

The short drive into Durras Lake village from the Princes Highway meanders through towering spotted gum eucalypts with a carpet of burrawangs underneath. Take a left turn onto Durras Lake Road just before the creek to head towards the village and the beach. Durras Beach Durras Beach, known also as Durras Lake Beach, is a... » Continue reading