Broulee may be the ultimate Aussie seaside holiday destination.
South Broulee Beach is patrolled by Broulee Surf Club through summer and offers great surf from the long sandy beach. A village atmosphere makes it easy to holiday with food shops, cafes, art gallery, surf shop, massage clinic and much more within walking distance.
The crystal clear waters of Broulee and the Batemans Marine Park are great for swimming, surfing, snokelling and kayaking. Candlagan Creek offers calm water and shallow playpools ideal for families and nearby Mossy Point is at the mouth of hte Tomago River. Hire a glass bottom kayak at Mossy Point Boat Ramp and discover the underwater treasures in the Batemans Marine Park.
Broulee has great surf schools, teaching people their way around a surf board and a break. On the northern side of Broulee Island you’ll find Pink Rocks – a well known surfing hang out – quite possibly the best in the region.
You can stay in holiday houses, cottages, holiday parks parks and unique B&Bs
The 300 hectare stand of coastal forest that lies between Moruya and Broulee is now the largest remaining intact example of tall eucalypts interspersed with an understorey of Burrawangs on Australia’s south coast.