59 Merimbula Drive
Merimbula NSW 2549

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Merimbula is a town on the Merimbula Lake, located on the Far South Coast or Sapphire Coast of NSW.

With the gorgeous waters of the Sapphire Coast laid out across the town’s five beaches, the 6 km Main Beach, also known as Merimbula Beach, is ideal for surfing, as is Short Point. The calm, clear waters of Bar Beach are great for snorkelling, and Middle Beach, just north of the headland, is the ideal spot to learn to surf. Tura Beach boasts some of the best views of the Sapphire Coast, with a lovely walk running from Tathra to the beach. The iconic Mitchies Jetty, complete with a weatherboard boatshed, is a favourite among locals, and the calm waters here are ideal for the kids to have a paddle, as is the shallow, waveless Spencer Park Beach, which also has a playground.

The hinterland surrounding Merimbula has superb bushwalks with marked trails. The natural forests burst into bloom in spring with abundant native flora. The beautiful Bournda National Park, which brackets Merimbula Lake, is a haven for birds and for the kangaroos and wallabies that graze on its shores. Walk along the coast from Tathra to Tura Beach, with spectacular views, or take a dip in the placid Bournda Lagoon. The northern section of Ben Boyd National Park is just south of nearby Pambula, where you can see breathtaking views from Haycock Point.

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