Beach Drive Motel

Great location (opposite the beach) and superb value for money, the Beach Drive Motel is the perfect accommodation for those on a low budget. Sited next door to some fantastic restaurants (especially the Thai one - give it a go!), the Beach Drive Motel offers guests clean, comfortable and convenient accommodation for a very reasonable cost. Well worth a stay!

 
 
 
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Batemans Bay

 

Batemans Bay accommodation

Comfort Inn Lincoln Downs
Mariners on the Waterfront
Clyde River Motor Inn
Araluen Motor Lodge


Chalet Swisse Spa
A beautiful health retreat with resort facilities. It offers wonderful natural settings and ocean and mountain views. Enjoy quality rooms, fresh air and the hotel’s own absolutely clean spring water. The day spa offers a great variety of pampering, beautifying and healing treatments by the resident therapist. There is a great variety of resort facilities such as a large heated indoor swimming pool, indoor spa, exercise equipment and full size tennis court. Chalet Swisse Spa is the ideal venue for small conferences or workshops with large and private indoor and outdoor areas that are fully equipped for your conference needs. Exclusive use of the venue is available.

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Batemans Bay is a coastal town situated on the Clyde River and at the foot of Mount Clyde. Batemans Bay is a popular holiday retreat due to its coastal beaches and water activities. Batemans Bay is also a fishing village and if fresh seafood is required you can buy it direct from the fishing trawlers.

Batemans Bay

Batemans Bay attractions

Beaches
Batemans Bay boasts about no less than 16 beaches, all as good as each other. Malua Bay, south of the surf club is considered one of the best and the most popular. Mackenzie beach is a small, sheltered beach and good for juniors. In the north there is South Durras Beach, Pebbly Beach and Merry Beach.

Birdland Animal Park
There is a cute animal nursery here, as well as snake demonstrations, koala and wombat exhibits. Beach Road (02 4472 8993).

Diving
Divers will enjoy the wreck of the Lady Darling which went down in 1880.

Historical Society Museum
Batemans Bay history is displayed in this former court house. Beach Road (02 4472 8993).

Batemans Bay Market
Held on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Museum Place.

Mogo Goldfields
Located 15 kilometres from Batemans Bay is this former goldfields site. Here you can go on a guided tour of an underground gold mine. There is also a small historical village with art and craft shops. Tomakin Road (02 4471 7381).

Mogo Zoo
A small zoo committed to the protection of endangered animals and about 10km south of Bateman's Bay. (02 4474 4930).

Observation Head
This lookout is popular and has a panoramic vies of the coastline and parks.

Opal and Shell museum
The Opal and Shell museum on Bach road has a collection of shells and opals.


Mogo Zoo
10 kms south of Batemans bay on the NSW South Coast is Mogo Zoo. This privately owned zoo houses over 200 animals many of them being rare, endangered and exotic. The Mogo Zoo participates in breeding programs with zoos from all over the world. Educational programs are also in place and many schools have excursions to the zoo.    Paula Duggan

Old Mogo Town Gold Rush Theme Park
Surrounded by the Mogo State Forest and is a 4.5 ha historical village. The park gives its many visitors the chance to experience life in a gold rush town, panning for gold, trying damper, seeing the old shops and houses.  If a day visit is not enough for you there are bush cabins available over overnight and extended stays. The park is used for school excursions and camps, corporate days, coach tours and of course the individual sightseer.    Paula Duggan

Mogo

Mogo itself is worthy of a day trip. Just ten minutes south of Batemans Bay on the Princes Highway south of Sydney. Mogo was established during the gold rush in the 1850’s and became almost a ghost town after the rush. Mogo gained popularity again in the 1980’s and saw many artists and craft people calling Mogo home. The shops and houses have been maintained to reflect gold rush era. Collectables, art and crafts fill the shops at reasonable prices and the quaint cafes make you feel like you have stepped back in time. Stroll the main street and feel the Gold rush Era.    Paula Duggan

 
 
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