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About Eurobodalla

The place and the people

Eurobodalla on the New South Wales south coast enjoys a reputation as a water and nature lovers' paradise. We have 83 beaches, four major river systems and lakes, and many islands and estuaries all occupied by a rich variety of sea, bird and animal life. Our 110 kilometres of coastline includes the Batemans Marine Park and 3,400 square kilometres of land. More than 80 percent of the land is either national park or state forest.

Our three major towns are Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma, and there are many smaller villages that each have a strong rural and coastal heritage and indigenous culture. The local economy was once based on dairying, forestry and fishing and is now driven by tourism, agriculture and fishing, retail and property, and has an emerging arts, health, education and wellbeing sector. website

Visitors and tourism

There's plenty to see and do for our 1.3 million visitors a year who contribute $385 million annually to the local economy.

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Local services, arts, culture

Eurobodalla's diverse heritage and Aboriginal culture enrich our lives and helps us to understand who we are today.

For residents and ratepayers

Eurobodalla Shire Council offers a wide range of services to our community including road maintenance, waste and recycling collection, sewage and water provision, animal care and registrations, libraries and arts programs, support for children, young people, seniors, and people living with disability, and plenty of events and activities that everyone can attend.

Here are some of our popular webpages for people who live, work, study, or own property or business in Eurobodalla.

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Council services

Council provides a range of services to households, specific groups, and the whole community.