• Broulee



While enjoying the sun and sand at Broulee Beach why not try your hand at surfing or stand up paddle boarding with one of Broulee’s two great surf schools. Both Broulee Surf School and Surf the Bay Surf School offer lessons with qualified instructors or simply hire some gear for a fabulous day on the beach. 


The Narooma Lighthouse Museum is located in the Narooma Visitors Centre in the town of Narooma, a pleasant 45 minute drive south of Broulee. Famous for housing the original light and optical apparatus from the Montague Island Light Station, the last manned light station in NSW and the only remaining occupied station on the NSW coast. A collection of related light station items surround the central display in the museum showing a slice of coastal history in the region. 


The Original Gold Rush Colony is a gives you an insight into early settler life in Australia. This 13 acre re-created 1850s gold rush town and theme park is an award winning New South Wales tourist attraction. Watch the demonstrations and take a tour with the informative tour guides who’ll recount stories from life during the 1850s Gold Rush and some of Australia’s well known bushrangers. You can explore the Gold Mine, town buildings and even pan for your own gold. Educational and fun for all ages. 

Total Eco Adventures

Total Eco Adventures offer a range of activities and tours from Broulee including snorkelling, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Take a snorkelling tour through the pristine waters surrounding Broulee Island, a stand up paddle board on the Tomaga River just north of Broulee or travel just 20 minutes north to Batemans Bay and take a kayaking tour along the Clyde River. Every tour is provided with all equipment needed and a knowledgeable guide to tell you about the area. Equipment hire is also available. 

Mogo Zoo

Situated a short drive from Ingenia Holidays Broulee, Mogo Zoo has achieved an international reputation as a world class private zoo. 

Delivering facilities for over 250 animals, including orillas, rhinoceros, silvery gibbons, Bolivian squirrel monkeys, giraffe, zebra, meerkats, cheetah, cotton-top tamarins, snow leopards, Sumatran tigers, Nepalese red pandas, ring-tailed lemurs, oriental small-clawed otters, siamangs and white lions. Mogo Zoo's commitment to the conservation of endangered species is balanced with fulfilling visitor expectations of today's zoological gardens. 

Snorkel and Dive - Montague Island

Snorkelling off the beaches and rocks around Batemans Bay is a world class experience with the Batemans Marine Park being home to exotically coloured fish, glowing jellyfish, big cruising rays, waving sponge beds and lush green kelp forests.

Montague Island is recognised as one of the top ten dive spots in the world and swimming or snorkelling with the seals off Montague Island is a world class 'Must Do' experience.


Birdland Animal Park, Batemans Bay gives you a chance to get up close and personal with some of Australia’s famous wildlife. Cuddle a wombat or be brave with a snake, ride the train or walk through the 100 species of native birds and animals throughout the 8 acres of bushlands and gardens. With a range of facilities including a picnic and play area, free bbqs and a kiosk you Bridland is a great family day trip just 20 minutes from Broulee. 


Situated within walking distance from Ingenia Holidays Broulee, Broulee Beach is the perfect location for a day of activities with the family or simply relaxing. The long sweeping beach is protected from the oceans extremes and provides great opportunities for fishing, snorkelling, surfing, and diving. 


Broulee Island Walk is located in the picturesque Broulee Nature Reserve. The 4km walk is accessed across the permanent sand bar at the south of the main beach at Broulee, only a few minutes’ walk from the park. The Broulee Nature Walk features stunning views of the ocean across unspoilt rock pools and a wide array of native flora and birdlife. The Broulee Island Walk is also known as a fantastic spot for whale watching during spring. Be sure to take some time to explore this stunning part of Broulee and don’t forget to camera.


In just a short 15 minute drive north of Broulee you will find the 42 hectare forest site of the Eurobadalla Regional Botanic Gardens. With some 2000 species found amongst the original flora of the area and a bounty of furry friends including kangaroos, wallabies, bandicoots and possums just to name a few there is plenty to see. The garden complex includes display gardens, walking tracks, picnic and bbq facilities, herbarium, information centre and café.

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