The South Coast of New South Wales stretches from Sydney’s Royal National Park through to Eden near the Victorian border. Complete with over thirty national parks and marine reserves, the Grand Pacific Drive, kilometres of stunning beaches and a rich aboriginal history, the region is packed with adventure and fun for locals and visitors of all ages and stages.
The southern coastline of New South Wales is a natural collection of picturesque bays and coves complete with dolphins playing in pods and migratory whales cruising past secluded beaches. The Grand Pacific Drive cruises over the 665 metre long Sea Cliff Bridge and through little townships, past wineries and boutique gourmet produce businesses.
Other Great South Coast Attractions include