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Heart of the Sapphire Coast

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

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There's lots to see and do in and around Merimbula.  Surrounded by stunning beaches and National Parks, it's the ideal place to get away from it all and reconnect with nature.

If shops & restaurants are more your thing, you won't be disappointed with lots of gorgeous little stores tucked away, along with enough cafes, bars and eateries to keep you fully satisfied.

Some of our feature events are EAT Merimbula, our annual locavore festival, Merimbula's Jazz Festival, the Malibu Classic Surf Comp and the Merimbula Wavesailing and Kite Boarding Comp.

 


 

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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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Best Mates with Whales? Ladies only!

Female Humpbacks - Bestie's who seek out each other's companyUsing photographic techniques, The Mingan Island Cetacean Study group have been studying humpback whales for the last 16 years. They discovered that...

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What's On in Merimbula

Feb 21

MARKETS – Merimbula Seaside Market – 3rd Sunday

22nd April, 2018 - 30th December, 2019

Merimbula Seaside Market is held on the third Sunday of the month from 8am-12.30pm, by the seaside in beautiful Merimbula see the Calendar page for all of the upcoming dates. There are loads of stalls to explore and choose from including local produce, plants, clothing, craft and glorious food.All of the market managers,... View more

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Must See and Do

Best Mates with Whales? Ladies only!

Female Humpbacks – Bestie’s who seek out each other’s company Using photographic techniques, The Mingan Island Cetacean Study group have been studying humpback whales for the last 16 years. They discovered that female humpback whales not only make friends with one another but get together each year to socialise. Female Humpback remember their BFF’s, and... view

The Romance of Oysters

Merimbula has had a love affair with cultivated oysters for well over 100 years – it’s one of the earliest forms of aquaculture, although local Indigenous middens (shell mounds built up as a result of countless meals) found around local estuaries, date back thousands of years. (pictured above – Mrs Pitt Warn, original owners of... view

48 hours in Merimbula? What to do?

If you only had 48 hours in Merimbula – here are some must do’s.   Walk the boardwalk. 3.5km round trip, weaving amongst the mangroves and sealife. Stop at Sunsets Kiosk for a cold one and a bite to eat then stroll back into town.   Magic Mountain & Mandeni. Make a day of it.... view

Upcoming Regional Events

Mar 01

Cobargo Folk Festival

1st March, 2019 - 3rd March, 2019

Image by Ben Marden. The three day event is widely described as the best little folk festival in the country. Over 200 performers and thousands of fans from all over Australia converge on the picturesque village of Cobargo to celebrate and share a love of music & performance. Camping and amenities are... View more

Mar 02

Eden Amateur Fishing Competition

2nd March, 2019 - 9th March, 2019

An annual week-long Eden fishing competition that has been running for over 40 years! In 2018 the prize pool was a whopping $45,000, including a brand new trailer boat as a lucky door prize. There are four categories – open, ladies, boys and girls – for both marine and estuarine species. Enter... View more

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