Eden Travel Guide

Located on New South Wales’ Sapphire Coast, Eden is a destination with amazing ocean views.  From the cliffs near the town, you can see Nullica Bay and Calle Calle Bay. Eden has a small population of approximately 3,100 people. While it receives many tourists each year, Eden is a quiet place ideal to escape to.

Things to do in Eden

Start your holiday on a high note by visiting exploring the coves and unspoiled beaches of Twofold Bay.  When you return to land, travel to Rotary Point Lookout. This lookout will allow you to see all of the Twofold Bay’s iconic features. If you visit Eden during October, you may be able to see whales in the bay.

Rotary Point Lookout – Eden, New South Wales

Rotary Point lookout in Eden in the sapphire coast, situated on the magnificent waters of Twofold Bay.

If you are yearning for a challenging overland adventure, follow the famous Light to Light Walk. This track stretches from Boyds Tower to Green Cape Lighthouse. This walking track has easy terrain, but it is 30 kilometres in length. Prepare yourself for a long adventure that will guide you to beaches, forests, and heathland. You will also see the splendid waters of Bittangabee Bay.

Complete your adventure in Eden by visit Ben Boyd National Park. Enjoy the formations of the rocky coastline while you fish in the park’s healthy waters.

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Eden and the surrounding areas of the Sapphire Coast have an oceanic climate. You can expect warm summers and mild winters. The coldest month of the year has an average minimum temperature of 4 degrees. The warmest month of the year has an average maximum temperature of 25 degrees. During the winter months, winds from the Southern Ocean can cause significant chills.