Naidoc: The People of the Mountains and the Sea

We are celebrating NAIDOC Week 2019 with images and stories of the local area that are reflective of this year’s NAIDOC theme, ‘Voice. Treaty. Truth’. We...

Seafood: Selection & storage

The Sapphire Coast is famous for its seafood, fishing heritage & sustainable fisheries. As a major supplier to the Sydney and Melbourne Fish Markets, our fishermen and seafood wholesalers...

Recipe: Fish with Lemon Dill Mayo

This is a tried & proven family favourite, best served with a simple green salad and a crisp glass of white. It's perfect when dill...

Take the Geo-Trail & discover our earth history

The geological marvels of our coastline tell a story that goes back to the evolution and separation of the super continent Gondwana. This legacy means our waters...

Jam it! Wendy Goodison’s answer to a citrus surplus

Citrus is something many of us have growing in our backyards, and this year they have flourished with nice regular rain. One branch of the...

Captain Sponge’s Magical Oyster Tours

Late '14 saw the emergence of some terrific new experiences for Sapphire Coast visitors. Captain Sponge’s Magical Oyster Tours was one of those to capture the...

First timers: Here’s what you need to know

Almost smack bang in between Sydney and Melbourne on the Princes Highway and only 3 hours from Canberra, the Sapphire Coast is an unspoilt stretch...

Help us make our first bucket list!

We’re creating the Sapphire Coast’s first ever bucket list and we’d love to hear from our fans! Is it kayaking the sunrise at a picturesque...

Tathra: Australia’s first community solar farm

Australia's first community owned solar farm was opened at Tathra on Tuesday, and its creative design also makes it the nation's first solar sculpture. The panels are...

The harvest is in for EAT Merimbula

 Our annual locavore feast returns to Fishpen foreshore Sunday March 13,  Here is some of the nosh and activity from '15... The heroes of the dishes are our sustainable seafood...