Aslings Beach Eden NSW
Aslings Beach, rests in the arms of Nth Head and Sth Head Ben Boyd National park.There is a world to discover right here, and it’s proudly our main beach. An easy walk of only 10 minutes, up the road or via the Curalo lake boardwalk. What you wont find, are high rise buildings or lines of traffic. There is plenty of room for everyone. A beach for anglers, swimmers, nature lovers, a place for long walks, a place to sit and unwind. A place of discovery. Go down to the south side of the beach and find her historic saltwater rock pool. Sit in the shade of the surrounding cliff tops and marvel at her ancient beginnings. Here you will see 300 million year old rock formations. Walk to the northern side of the beach and discover rock pools, snorkel along the headland or just dive in and experience the wonder of the sapphire coast pristine waters.
Eden Whale Festival
There’s no better place in NSW to have a close encounter with the whales or combine adventure in an unspoilt coastal wilderness. The opportunities are as plentiful as the pilchards on which the whales feed. The festival combines whale watching from shore and sea with live shows, hands on family fun, street theatre, film, music, seafood and local produce.
Cocora Beach Eden NSW
The beautiful Cocora Beach just ten minutes from our park. And thats an easy ten minutes too. The beach with BBQ facilities, toilets, swings , lots of grassy and shady areas makes it all fantastic for children and Mum’s and Dad’s and families and groups
Cocora Beach looks back into town, and the beautiful Snug Cove. The waters truly are pristine and one can see why we are called the Sapphire Coast. Typically the waves are calm and gentle, and the entire area is well protected. We thinks its a must visit beach for our visitors and hence we are very proud if it, and did we mentions its so close by ?
Cocora beach also feature the entry way to the Bundian Way story trial. https://www.sapphirecoast.com.au/point-of-interest/bundian-way-story-walk
Eden Killer Whale Museum
A must do, truly a place to visit.
Disaster Bay Lookout
Green Cape Lighthouse
All within 50 minutes drive from Eden. Pack a picnin and take a drive out to GreenCape Lighthouse. On the way you can visit the Dissaster bay lookout, Bittangabee Bay, Salt water Creek
- Travel south from Eden on the Princes Highway for 18km
- Turn off at Edrom Road and follow it for 6km
- Turn right onto Green Cape Road and follow it for 21km
Ben Boyds Tower
Built in 1847 this 23 metre tower constructed of blocks of Pyrmont sandstone imported from Sydney was initially intended as a lighthouse by Benjamin Boyd, the Scottish entrepreneur, who was then building Boydtown and East Boyd, and planned to base his Steamship Company in Twofold Bay. However, it was deemed unsuitable for the purpose by the Crown and was never commissioned.