Narooma

Pristine beaches and waterways

Tilba’s closest neighbour, picturesque Narooma is a short, scenic drive from Narooma. Heading north, it’s little over 10 minutes on the Princes Highway and is a popular destination for sight seeing, boating, fishing and swimming.

There’s stacks of dining options (only if you’ve run out in Tilba!) and is also where you can book a boat charter for whale watching and Montague Island tours. While you’re in Narooma, you can visit the Quarterdeck for excellent dining on the water, go for a swim at the netted beach or take the boat out on Wagonga Inlet. There’s also the boardwalk, which is an enjoyable stroll from Mill Bay in the direction of the town boat ramp and Narooma break wall. You’ll spot fish, stingrays, soldier crabs, an octopus and much more!

Narooma Wagonga Inlet

Bermagui

Fantastic pubs, cafes & atmosphere

Bermagui is a famous fishing village with harbour and popular for day trips from Tilba. Go on a short 20 minute drive and grab some fish & chips or an ice cream for the kids. Venture out to the waterfront precinct and enjoy terrific waterfront pubs, cafes and shops. There’s the iconic blue pool, a salt water pool replenished by the ocean and nestled on the rocky foreshore.

It is said Bermagui is the closest point on the mainland to the Continental Shelf, which makes for terrific fishing. Bermagui’s markets, shopping, markets, fine produce and dining options make Bermagui a great day trips during your Tilba stay.

National Parks

Bushwalks and mountain climbs

The whole Eurobodalla is surrounded by incredible National Parks. For those seeking a decent hike, it’s well worth a visit to Gulaga National Park where you can trek to the summit. It’s suited to people with reasonable agility and fitness, and is a lengthy ascent. The walking track can be accessed from Tilba Tilba, near Pam’s Store.

The Eurobodalla National Park includes 1080 beach, the Corunna picnic area and the Bingi Dreaming trail.

You can read more about Eurobodalla National park here.

National Parks - Mountain Climbing

Montague Island

Experience a Montague Island Tour

Visitors to Tilba can take short trip to Narooma and book a tour to Montague Island (best to book in advance to avoid disappointment).

The trip to the island takes around half an hour, and often dolphins are sighted along the way. Between September and November is the best as there’s a very high chance of seeing whales breach – a spectacular sight! Once you dock at the island, you can set foot for a tour and learn about the islands history and more. You can climb the lighthouse and explore the keeper’s quarters which is a stunning, heritage building.

Montague Island

…and we’ll save the best for last!

Come back to Tilba and enjoy what’s on offer.

For pub goers, you can grab a cold beer or craft gin at the Dromedary Hotel… not to mention some of the best food in the area. There’s also gardens to explore, natural walks and the infamous Gulaga trail (are you ready to conquer it?).

You simply can’t miss out on the Tilba Valley Wine & Ale House either , where there’s live music playing, great food, wine and local beers – all in a tranquil bush setting on the shores of Lake Corunna.

Tilba is the perfect place to enjoy the region in more depth, only moments away from enjoying the beaches and waterways of Narooma & Bermagui.

The Tilba region is the ideal base to enjoy a South Coast holiday. Stay a little longer at one of the many local accommodation options.

Accommodation

Get away from it all and relax.

From Bed & Breakfasts, romantic weekend getaways to farm cabins for the whole family, Tilba has the perfect range of accommodation options to make any stay in the region a memorable one.

Stay a while

Shops & Attractions

Take a wander through beautiful Tilba.

Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba feature an intriguing range of shops and attractions. Then there’s the abundant natural beauty… check out some of Tilba’s magnificent landmarks or go for a bushwalk.

What to See & Do

Eat & Drink

Decandent culinary treats await!

In the heart of River Cottage country, Tilba boasts pubs, wineries, cosy cafes and of course the cheese factory. Tilba has an abundance of culinary delights to satisfy most tastes, with an emphasis on high quality, local produce.

Cafes, Bars & Dining

Visitor Info

Plan your Tilba stay!

Learn all about the region and its historic villages Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba. Find out about Tilba’s local history, and it’s natural features such as Gulaga. We provide information on getting here, travel times & more.

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