Situated south of Sydney near the Victorian border on magnificent Twofold Bay, the 3rd deepest natural harbour in the world.

Where the sirens sounded when a whale was sighted in days past and humpback whales are still sighted from September to December off the coast, often coming into Twofold Bay

An area of natural beauty and a history of bygone days, Eden treasures its past and is home of the Killer Whale Museum.


  • Deep sea port and large fishing fleet at Eden Wharf.
  • Davidson Whaling Station site of Kiah Inlet.
  • Lookout Point.
  • Ben Boyd National Park, outstanding scenery, ideal for fishing, swimming and bushwalking.
  • Settlement of Boydtown and the convict built Sea Horse Inn; safe beach and excellent fishing.
  • Reef and Game Fishing Charters, Dolphin/Whale watching. This area is a fishperson's paradise from organised fishing trips to just fishing off the beaches, rocks or shore.
  • Pambula Beach and the rivermouth to the north along the Princes Highway.
  • Merimbula area of sapphire waters, pristine beaches, lagoon, lakes and ocean seperated by white sands, intervals of townships and bushland reaching to the mountains.