Sapphire Coast oysters grown in the world’s best waters

It’s possible to eat an oyster that’s been out of the water for no less than 10 minutes on the Sapphire Coast. It doesn’t need to...

Tathra wins as coast’s only patrolled beach

Beachgoers have an added bonus at Tathra this summer! Tathra Beach is the only beach on the Sapphire Coast and Eurobodalla to be fully patrolled this...

What’s on in January

See what's on in January - from tours on and in the water to kid's yoga and dance school. Tuesday 13 Yoga in Nature.  Hobart Beach Campground,Bournda National Park. ...

Patrolled Beaches

If you like an extra set of eyes on the kids during visits to Sapphire Coast Beaches then rest assured, our main beaches are patrolled...

(Sea) change is good!

Travel writer Simone Henderson-Smart recently touched down for an overnight stay on the Sapphire Coast, exploring Tathra and Bermagui by sea and land. Simone met passionate locals who...

Lindy Quin – A Sapphire Coast snapper

Our guest blogger Lindy Quin is a passionate opportunist photographer, she's always carrying a camera or two and has a deep understanding of the seasons...

Snorkelling – Glide above a wonderful world

Our guest blogger Kerryn Wood is a keen snorkeler and guide at the Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre who likes nothing better than gliding along the ocean...

Australian Geographic Paddling Bucket List – We’re on it!

Australia’s Coastal Wilderness has been named a must-do on Australian Geographic’s Paddling Bucket List. Only 12 destinations across the country and New Zealand were given the...

Summer Discovery Program

This summer's Discovery Walks, Talks and Tours program offers a fantastic insight into the delights of our National Parks and exploring can be done by SUP,...

Top short walks for beaches & coffee

A leisurely stroll, a dip here and there and a good coffee - it's a simple pleasure that revives the body and soul. Grab your togs,...