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Eurobodalla Shire has 83 beaches and a spectacular marine park coastline. On this page you'll find information about beach recreation. For links to beach safety resources and to learn how we are protecting the natural beauty of our beaches see related information.

Beach recreation

Patrolled beaches

Swimming, surfing, fishing and boating are popular activities in the Eurobodalla. Surf lifesavers keep our beaches safe in summer with a mix of professional and volunteer lifeguards on duty every day during the peak season. Volunteer lifeguards patrol selected beaches on weekends and public holidays from October to April.

Find a patrolled beach near you

Organised activities

Accessibility

Beach wheelchairs are available free of charge at beaches across the shire.

Contact your nearest Surf Life Saving Club for access. At Corrigans Beach contact Clyde View Caravan Park on 02 4472 4224.

Dog-friendly beaches

Many of our beaches are dog-friendly. Please check and follow signs posted at the beach for more details.

Beach patrol details

Patrolled beaches Peak season - 7 days
(December and January)
Weekends/Public Holidays
(October to April)
Narooma surf beach

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Dalmeny

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Tuross Head

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Moruya South beach

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Moruya North beach (near breakwall)

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Broulee South beach

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Malua Bay beach

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Surf Beach

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