Eden

A beautiful fishing town located on the southern Sapphire Coast in Twofold Bay and home to approximately 3,000 people. Once a whaling station from 1857 till 1929 (the longest running land based whaling station in Australia), now a fishing, oyster, mussel, abalone and timber town surrounded by the Ben Boyd National Park, rugged coastline and pristine beaches. Eden has the third deepest natural harbour in the world. October and November is a great time to see Humpback Whales on their annual migration south. The whales take time out in Twofold Bay to feed and let the young rest before heading south.

Nearby towns:
Bega | Merimbula | Narooma


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Visitor Centre

Tel: 02 6496 1953
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Attractions

Ben Boyd National Park
Tel: 02 6495 5000
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Cat Balou Cruises
Main Wharf, Snug Cove
Tel: 0427 260 489

Killer Whale Museum
184 Imlay Street
Tel: 02 6496 2094
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Bowls and Golf

Eden Gardens Country Club

Eden Gardens Country Club
Princes Highway
Tel: 02 6496 1126

Pubs

Eden Fishermen’s Recreational Club
217 Imlay Street
Tel: 02 6496 1577
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Great Southern Inn
58 Imlay Street
Tel: 02 6496 1515
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Eden's Snug Cove

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Aslings Beach
Twofold Bay
Rock Pool, Calle Calle Bay
Eden Eden Eden
Snug Cove
Rock Pool, Calle Calle Bay
Snug Cove
Eden Eden Eden
Twofold Bay
Picnic area near Pilot Station
Rock Pool, Calle Calle Bay
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Imlay Street
Great Southern Hotel
Eden Fishermen's Club
  The Eagles Claw  
 
The Eagles Claw