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History Museum
“Eden is an iconic town on Two-Fold Bay. Visit and see "Old Tom's" skeleton and learn the history of whaling. Eden has a thriving tourist industry, and is developing its wharf area to allow cruise liners to dock directly from Summer 2019”
  • 7 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
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Restaurante
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Point of Interest
“ The Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre will entertain and educate the whole family. It has live aquaria, a very popular touch tank where you can get up close and personal with live marine animals, beautiful video footage, microscopes, a beach combing table and loads of information about the temperate marine environment. With qualified marine scientists on staff, there are indoor and outdoor activities that will fill the family with wonder: enjoy a Rocky Shore Ramble or guided Snorkel Tour or the kids can participate in indoor educational craft activities during school holidays. Located in the popular Snug Cove Wharf precinct, the Centre is open from 10am – 4pm Monday to Saturday dur”
  • 3 moradores locais recomendam
Route
“ The Bundian Way – Story Trail Walk is the first section of the 350 km Aboriginal pathway that extended from the sea at Twofold Bay to Mount Kosciuszko. The Story Trail section is a 2km path that goes between Cocora Beach (Ida Rodd Drive) and Quarantine Bay. Along the walk you will get spectacular coastal views of Twofold Bay and beyond and some iconic landform features. The path takes you around the headlands down to a beach and around another headland. There are some beautiful lookouts built along the path for you to take in the view across the bay. The Bundian Way is much more than a pathway. It is a shared history of the Aboriginal walking track from the tablelands to the”
  • 1 morador local recomenda
History Museum
“ Eden’s history is steeped in the tradition of the sea and undoubtedly the most colourful era was that of the shore-based whaling which extended from 1828 to 1930. The Eden Killer Whale Museum, 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 its 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. In addition to the extensive whaling items, the museum”
  • 2 moradores locais recomendam
Grocery or Supermarket
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Establishment
“Whale watching cruises September through November A great way of experiencing the sea port of Eden and its surrounds. ”
  • 3 moradores locais recomendam
Grocery or Supermarket
Natural Feature
Natural Feature
“Lake Curalo Boardwalk is an easy, flat walk, that circles the entire lake, and joins with the Aslings Beach Maritime Walk. It is mostly accessible for prams, wheelchairs and bikes with entry points from Eden Sportsground in Barclay Street, Lakeside Drive, and opposite Eden Gateway Holiday Park. The boardwalk and walking track meanders around the lakes shore, through swamp melaleuca forest, across salt marsh and over the shallow water where you can see reeds, fish and many species of bird life before you reach the estuary mouth. There are several picnic tables and picturesque bridges along the way. If you follow the boardwalk to the east there is access to Aslings Beach or the Maritime ”
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Natural Feature
“A beautiful remote place for a picnic, a walk or a swim. You'll see goanna's and lots of kangaroos.”
  • 2 moradores locais recomendam
Natural Feature
Parque
“Lions Beach is nestled in between Pambula Beach and the Pambula River Mouth. Rocks border its northern and southern entrances, making for great climbing and photography, with Lion Rock the king of them all. You can walk north from Pambula Beach to Merimbula (6km) or walk a few hundred metres around the rocks to the Pambula River Mouth. This beach and its neighbours are enormously popular in summer, so be prepared to park the car on Coraki Drive and walk down through Lion Park. The park has a large shelter with benches, 4 free gas barbecues, 7 picnic tables, amenities, beachside shower and viewing platform – and it’s dog friendly. ”
  • 2 moradores locais recomendam