Keep Busy Or Slow Down

Are you looking to unwind and take in open space? Or are you keen to take in a new natural wonderland and experience all that Tathra and surrounds has to offer?

Whether you’re looking to slow down, or get active – when you stay with us, there’s plenty to keep you busy – or not.

Enjoy The Experience

Toast a marshmallow. Enjoy a cheese platter on your deck. Sleep late or wake early for a surf and a sunrise over the water.

Whatever your style, we’ve got everything for foodies, for nature lovers, adventure seekers and explorers.

Bush Walking and Hiking Tathra South Coast NSW

Bush Walking

From headland tracks with spots to whale watch, or beautiful national park with tracks from bush to bay. Take a stroll, or make a day of it, and find out why Tathra is so renowned for its unspoilt natural beauty and wildlife!

Feeling adventurous? The Wharf to Wharf Walk starts right here at the iconic Tathra Wharf and ends at Merimbula Wharf. A 27 kilometre coastal walk along rugged cliffs, spectacular headlands, secluded bays, lakes, freshwater lagoons and long, isolated beaches. You can even book a guided walk or a one way transport service with Sapphire Guiding Co.

Mountain Biking

Tathra is a popular destination for mountain biking. With a network of epic single tracks, catering for all from beginners to experts, and the opportunity to explore Tathra’s natural surrounds with a range of track options – it’s time to get on your bike!

For all your mountain biking needs and the best local advice call in to chat with the team at Tathra Beach and Bike.

Incredible Beaches

Tathra is smack bang in the middle of the gorgeous Sapphire Coast, home to over 150 unspoilt beaches. There’s always another beach to explore and almost a certainty you can find one all to yourself.

Stand Up Paddle boarding & Swimming

Tathra Beach is perfect for catching a paddleboard wave. If you are after calmer waters, Mogareeka where the mouth of the Bega River meets the northern end of Tathra Beach is popular for swimming, fishing, boating, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding.


Tathra Beach, Nelsons, Gillards and Middle Beach in Mimosa Rocks National Park, and Bournda Island in Bournda National Park are all close to Tathra Beach Eco Camp, easily accessible and offer surfers great options for hitting the water.

Tathra Beach Camping Caravan Park

Boating & Fishing

About a 5 minute stroll from the front gate or just short drive north of Tathra Beach Eco Camp ,you will find Mogareeka Inlet . The area here consists of rocky enclaves and small secluded beaches offering both rock and beach fishing. Mogareeka Inlet is a popular fishing area with a dedicated boat ramp to access the river.

Kianniny Bay is just five minutes drive to the south of Tathra and has a gorgeous salt water swimming hole, great for snorkelling. Here you will also find a fish cleaning station, boat ramp with access out to the ocean, ample boat parking and home of the Tathra Fishing Club. Locals fish for flathead, bream, mullet, whiting, jewfish salmon, tailor and more.

Kayak Tours Tathra

Kayak Tours & Lessons

Coastlife Adventures and Sapphire Coast Guiding Co, offer kayak tours and lessons for those wanting to see the beauty of Tathra from the water.

Tathra Wharf and museum - things to do

Tathra Wharf & Museum

Home to Australia’s best Sydney Rock Oysters

Charming Cafes & Eats

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