Eurobodalla National Park is the perfect destination for those seeking a tranquil getaway from the chaos of daily life. Situated on the stunning New South Wales South Coast, the park boasts breathtaking natural landscapes that have earned it the nickname "Sapphire Coast".
The park features a range of walking tracks suitable for all levels of fitness, including the Bingi Dreaming Track. This 14km track winds its way along the coast from Congo to Tuross Head, offering breathtaking views of the ocean and surrounding bushland. Along the way, you'll discover significant Aboriginal sites and learn about the rich history and culture of the Yuin people.
If you're planning to visit Eurobodalla National Park, I can highly recommend staying at the Beachcomber Holiday Park at Potato Point. Potato Point is the perfect base to explore the surrounding Eurobodalla National Park and is only 30-minute drive north of Narooma.
This beach front park is nestled right in the heart of the Eurobodalla National Park, and you'll find yourself surrounded by kangaroos and other wildlife as soon as you step out of your tent.
One of the most unique experiences we had during our stay at the park was encountering emus on the beach. These majestic birds are not commonly seen on the coast, but at Potato Point, they make regular appearances and are a delight to watch as they strut along the sand and peck at the grasses.