Eurobodalla means ‘Land of many waters’ in the local Brinja Yuin dialect, and you quickly discover why. Sitting at the base of forested mountain ranges, our 83 beaches, 16 lakes and numerous rivers makes this an enviable and stunning place to call home.
It’s a wonderful Shire to live in. A place to grow, thrive and be free. You can craft your own way here – it can be busy and cosmopolitan or relaxed and rural. If you like, it can be both. Close enough to be well serviced by both Canberra and Sydney, but far enough away to leave it all behind, Eurobodalla offers a rare blend of amenity, proximity and escape.
Our towns and villages are a mix of cosmopolitan centres, country towns and historic villages. Art and culture thrives here and our event calendar is as extensive as it is eccentric. We are a foodie haven – our small-scale farmers lead the way in sustainable agriculture and our farmers market at Moruya has been voted the best in Australia. With a temperate climate and lots of sunshine our sport and recreational opportunities are limited only by your imagination, and we have first rate facilities across the Shire with major new developments on the way.
We are connected, not only by our airport which can have you in Sydney in 50 minutes, but by new generation 4G mobile. The NBN is here, with the rollout well advanced. You can run a global operation from here; many people do, and a new wave of digital entrepreneur is calling Eurobodalla home.
We could talk it up more, but in reality, it’s the simple things that are our point of difference and will make you smile. Spend some time. Talk to some locals. You will see what we mean.