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Jewel of the Sapphire Coast

Merimbula with its great climate, pristine beaches and abundant natural beauty is an ideal location for your next holiday.

Bass and Flinders explored the Merimbula area in 1797 – and were the first of many ‘visitors to be struck by the beauty of its waterways, and surrounding forests.

While oysters are a popular and profitable industry today, the discovery of a large number of middens either side of the lake proves the original Aboriginal settlers were just as passionate about them!

Close by are some of Australia’s most significant national parks offering a range of nature experiences that draw visitors from all over the world.

Merimbula buzzes with special events year round – the annual jazz festival, orchid shows, fishing competitions or the Merimbula Malibu or Classic wavesailing, kitesurfing and SUPs (stand up paddle), and food festivals.

The Merimbula Boardwalk skirts the northern shores of the Top Lake section of Merimbula Lake and is a 3.5km stunning round trip, broken by a wildlife experiences on the way.  Or if you’re feeling a little more energetic, try standup paddleboarding in the protected lake waters, a local favourite.

And, of course, there is wonderful seafood. Don’t miss out on award winning locally grown oysters and mussels.

We will be at the Canberra Home and Leisure Show 2014!

Yes it is true, Merimbula Tourism will be at the Canberra show! You will find us under the Sapphire Coast NSW Banner so come and say hello! Stand C75. We...

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As Seen on TV 2014

Merimbula.... it never leaves you! Merimbula is one of those towns that once you have visited you always remember. It might have been the great game of golf you played, fabulous...

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Merimbula Radio Whale Watching Giveaways 2014!

With thanks to our great members we have $9000 worth of giveaways to win! The Merimbula Tourism Radio Promotion will be running from the 15th September 2014 until various dates...

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Beaches

Merimbula's Main Beach has five kilometres to surf, fish or stroll. Short Point and Tura Beach are pristine with tea trees forming an intricate web of growth among flowering heaths...

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What's On in Merimbula

Oct 25

34th Sapphire Coast Week of Golf 2014

18th October, 2014 - 26th October, 2014

The Sapphire Coast Week of Golf is a 9 day tournament for both men & women. Played in the  3rd week October annually at Pambula Merimbula Golf Club. Fourball  & Individual Stableford events, American & Canadian Foursomes. Incorporates the Men’s Open – 36 Hole event  final weekend ... View more

Oct 25

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ball

Saturday 25th October, 2014

The Mumbulla Foundation Gala Charity Dinner 2014, A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ball, Saturday 25th October at 6pm at Oaklands Event Centre Pambula. An enchanted forest, a magical ball, a medieval feast and live music with The Colleen Spillane Quartet. Tickets $90pp Book online at www.mumbulla.org.au or in person at Merimbula Jewellers... View more

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We will be at the Canberra Home and Leisure Show 2014!

Yes it is true, Merimbula Tourism will be at the Canberra show! You will find us under the Sapphire Coast NSW Banner so come and say hello! Stand C75. We have some great information to share and Expo Bags to give away. It looks like a lot of fun so come and join us! Download... view

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Oct 31

Australian Native Orchid and Bonsai show

31st October, 2014 - 1st November, 2014

Grand Champion 2013, a Sarcochilus Hybrid. The Sapphire Coast Orchid Club has around 80 growers devoted to culturing and showing unusual and splendid orchids. This show is dedicated to the dainty Sarcochilus Orchids which are rarely seen at the regular orchid shows. They were complimented by a variety of exotic orchids, and... View more

Nov 01

Eden Whale Festival

Saturday 1st November, 2014

The Eden Whale Festival, November 1, 2014. It’s an oceanic migration like no other, and Eden has been an important part of it for centuries. See how the townspeople celebrate it today with art, street theatre and music while we feast on the harvest from sea and soil. Held in and around... View more

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