A Sunday drive - any day of the week!

A popular weekend, holiday and family activity in Australia is to go for a 'Sunday Drive'. Some choosing to pack a picnic and explore the countryside at their own leisure, while others enjoy exploring cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs. The Far South Coast hosts some wonderful stretches of highway driving and this continues to improve as upgrades are made to the Princess Highway.

Argyle Terrace Motor Inn / motel Batemans Bay Far South Coast NSW

One great place, many wonderful experiences. Narooma Wildlife.

Exploring the Eurobodalla...

Argyle Terrace Motel is located in Batemans Bay in the Eurobodalla, on the Far South Coast NSW. A great location to base yourself, as you experience a coastal and country drive. From Argyle Terrace, you can visit the little beach and country towns of artists, cafes and shops all in one day!

Batemans Bay waterfront walk. Argyle Terrace is central accommodation in Batemans Bay

Argyle Terrace view - Clyde River and Batemans Bay Bridge.

Just 10 minutes south of Batemans Bay, a drive that sees you pass through the State Forest and Eurobodalla National Park, is a small town called Mogo. More like a village, Mogo is home to quirky and unique craftspeople, brick a brack stores and handmade artisans. A wonderful collection of shops, cafes, and galleries where you can view, purchase and enjoy art, pottery, crafts and home wares. Mogo is also home to popular tourist attractions such as Mogo Zoo and The Original Gold Rush Colony.

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Mogo Village shops, galleries and cafes.

A further 15 minutes past Mogo is Moruya, where the landscape changes. A slight inland diversion that sees the beginning of a more country view, with livestock grazing on properties that call the green mountainous foothills home. This becomes the view as you catch glimpses of the ocean as you travel further South through Bodalla, Home of the Bodalla Dairy Shed.

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Bodalla Cheese Factory

Then past the popular fishing destination Tuross Head, towards picturesque Narooma. You will be greeted by the clear aqua blue scene of Wagonga inlet, oyster farm bays, and fishing boats. A magnificent site where many travelers stop to take in not only the view but the fresh clean ocean breeze off the water.

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Mill Bay Boardwalk - Narooma

Another 20 minutes south will see you at the Central Tilba turn off. The historic town of Tilba is home to Tilba Valey Wines, the ABC Cheese factory, shops galleries, artists, and craftspeople. Tilba is a popular country wedding location, the pit stop for those traveling south or those enjoying a Sunday drive.

Tilba Cheese offers cheese tasting and has a wonderful shop where you can purchase ice cream, tea coffee, and souvenirs.

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Beautiful South Coast sky. The Eurobodalla is where the countryside meets the sea

So no matter what the day of the week is, the Far South Coast has some spectacular places to visit, people to meet and places to explore! For a great map of the Sunday Drive - any day of the week, Get in touch on Facebook or pick up from Argyle Terrace next time you are driving by - Or Download here!

Eurobodalla Far South Coast map - Argyle Terrace Motel accommodation Batemans Bay

Sunday Drive map of the Eurobodalla on the Far South Coast, NSW

We hope you are inspired by our location page and upcoming blogs about our wonderful nature coast, to book your next holiday or weekend away, on the Far South Coast NSW - we would love to meet you!

If you would like to learn more about our great Batemans Bay accommodation, book or enquire, please contact us with specific enquiry and we will be in touch soon.

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