Attractions

Ben Boyds Tower

The drive to boyds Tower is approximatley 34km south of eden

The tower built in 1847 designed to serve as a lighthouse, permission was never granted and was used as a lookout tower for whale spotting

definatley worth visiting

Eden Whale Festival - Join the migration in Eden from October 28 to 30

Eden Whale Festival

There’s no better place in NSW to have a close encounter with the whales or combine adventure in an unspoilt coastal wilderness. The opportunities are as plentiful as the pilchards on which the whales feed. The festival combines whale watching from shore and sea with live shows, hands on family fun, street theatre, film, music, seafood and local produce.

 

 

 

 

http://www.edenwhalefestival.com.au/

 

 

 

Eden KIller Whale Museum

Eden Killer Whale Museum

From humble beginnings and true vision of townsfolk 80 years ago,the Eden Killer Whale Museum continues to grow from strength to strength.

The original building was completed in 1938 and by February of 1939 old Tom's skeleton was installed for display and the Eden Killer Whale Museum was opened.

Fundraising efforts together with increased visitation allowed much needed additions to be built in 1982 and soon it was found necessary to employ attendants as the museum had been extended to include a souvenir shop,larger galleries and a dedicated archive and storage area for the collection.Further extensions were built in 1193 doubling the exibition galleies,increasing the storage and archive facilities and providing a library and theatrette.

Eden Killer Whale Museum now attracts an annual visitation of almost 45,000.The museum remains one of the must-see attractions on the Sapphire Coast,winning Tourism and Heritage awards.   For more info Phone 02 64962094   Open daily (except Xmas Day).

http://killerwhalemuseum.com.au/

   

Whale watching with 'Cat Balou' Cruises

Step aboard the 'Cat Balou', a 75 passenger catamaran for a whale watching adventure cruise around Eden....there's so much to see !
All cruises depart from the Main Wharf at (Snug Cove) Eden. The main type of whales seen are Humpbacks travelling close to shore. Other species that are seen including the rare Blue Whales, Minke, Bryde's, Southern Right and Orca. Frequently seen are Bottlenose dolphins, Australian fur seals, penguins and a variety of sea birds such as the albatross and sea eagles.

Special rates coaches and group bookings. Timetables and bookings 0427 962027 or 0427 260489

NSW's most expeirenced whale watching operators.Family owned and operated since 1987

http://www.catbalou.com.au/

   

Disaster Bay Lookout

Take a look at the breathtaking views from Disaster Bay Lookout, looking towards Nadgee Nature Reserve.
To the northern end of Ben Boyd, is the Pinnacles, a colourful earth formation near Long Beach.
The Light to Light walktrack runs from Boyds Tower to Green Cape Lighthouse. It is the park's most popular walk. See Boyds Tower on the southern headland of Twofold Bay, is a huge sandstone tower that Benjamin Boyd built, the tower was also used by whalers

https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/Lookouts/Disaster-Bay-lookout

 

 

 

Fishing

FREEDOM CHARTERS EDEN
offers Reef and Game fishing, Whale watching, Dive charters and pleasure cruises aboard "Connemara" a 38ft Randell well equiped with all modern conveniences. freedom Charters cater for smaller groups of up to 12 people so there is no jostling for a good position on the boat.Come and enjoy the sights and marine life in and around Twofold bay or tackle the fish on the outer reefs with the friendly and experienced crew enjoying homemade morning tea on every charter.

Departs Main Wharf Eden.

Phone 02 64961209 or 0415 602 446

http://freedomcharters.com.au/

 

Plenty of Great Fishing Spots!!  

http://http://www.sapphirecoast.com.au/the-region/towns/eden/fishing-eden/

http://www.visiteden.com.au/things-to-do/fishing/

http://www.edengamefishingclub.com/

 

 

 


 

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