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Eurobodalla Shire has 83 beaches. Find out which ones have surf patrols, how to get involved in surf lifesaving activities and discover the beaches where you can take your pooch.

Surf lifesavers keep our popular swimming beaches safe in summer.

  • During the peak summer holiday season, you will find a mix of professional and volunteer lifeguards on duty every day at our most popular swimming beaches.
  • You will also find volunteer lifeguards from our local Surf Life Saving clubs patrolling selected beaches on weekends and public holidays from October to April.
  • Find a patrolled beach near you.

    Join the Special Nippers Program

  • Moruya Surf Lifesaving Club's Special Nippers program offers fun and safe beach experiences for children and adolescents with disabilities.
  • Borrow a beach wheelchair

    Beach wheelchairs make our beaches more accessible.  They are designed for pushing across sand and floating in calm waters.  The wheechairs are available at four beach locations across the shire at no cost. The beach wheelchairs users will need the assistance of a carer.

    Enjoying the water wheelchairs at Corrigans Beach

    Corrigans Beach, Batehaven

    Local charity The Bay Push has provided one child-sized and one adult-sized water wheelchair free for public use at Corrigans Beach, Batehaven.

    Clyde View Caravan Park manages and stores the chairs. To enquire about use contact Clyde View Caravan Park:

  • T: 02 4472 4224
  • Malua Bay, Broulee and Moruya

    Beach wheelchairs are also available from the Surf Life Saving Clubs at Malua Bay (Batemans Bay SLSC), Broulee and Moruya.

  • Contact the local surf life saving club in advance, or ask the volunteer lifesavers on patrol at the beach.
  • See the Surf Life Saving Club section on this page for contact details.