The NSW South Coast is a narrow coastal strip, stretching from Sydney in the north to the Victorian Border in the south..
Bordered by the Southern Tablelands and the Pacific Ocean the NSW South Coast is made up of three regions, Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla and the Sapphire Coast. We had come here for the stunning Sapphire coast that starts in Kiama, then stretches through Narooma, Tilba Tilba, Wallaga Lake, Bermagui, Cuttagee, Tathra, Merimbula, Pambula before to Eden.
The Sapphire coast boasts pristine rugged coastlines, wild beaches, untamed national parks, historical towns and fishing villages. From Eden and Narooma there are daily cruises to be taken where you can see seals, whales and isolated lighthouses.