• 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom


Eden Beach House is at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, with beautiful Views over Twofold Bay from windows and Verandah
It is only 200mtrs walk through State Forest to the lovely Cocora Beach
We can accommodate 6 persons comfortable, more by contacting owner


Eden is a charming little town in the most idealic setting. The coast is gorgeous and the bush land is so peaceful
If you enjoy a serene atmosphere with easy access to other areas, then you will love Eden

Eden is well known for it's great Fishing
There are two Boat Ramps close by, one in Eden & the other at Quarantine bay, which is about 3km South of Eden on the main highway, (1km from our accommodation)

Enjoy easy day trips to many interesting places such as Bega, Tathra, Bermagui, and the unique Tilba Tilba
Or, there are many interesting local outings for families of all ages, Beaches,
Fishing, Nature Trails, Inlets, Golfing, and the not to be missed Whale Museum with all the fascinating town history
Magic Mountain is a great way to spend the day

Bay Street is approximately 3km South of the town of Eden, or 15min walk
We have a lovely view of Twofold Bay from all front windows
Diagonally opposite the house, there is a walking track of approximately 150m which takes you to the Northern end of (safe swimming) Cocora Beach
Alternately, drive to the end of Bay Street & turn left for access to the Southern end of Cocora Beach
Surf Beach is on the other side of town. (Approximately 3km)
Visitor Centre in Eden has lots of useful information
Forrestry Department has maps of walking tracks

Coles & IGA Supermarkets, Butcher, Two Chemists, Newsagent, Post Office
Take away food outlets & Fish & Chip shops both in the main street & down at the wharf
Nice Chinese food at the Golf Club, which is a couple of km north of Eden, they also have take away
The Hotel provides meals
Wheelhouse renowned restaurant is upstairs on the wharf. (Now renamed Vicky's)
The Fisherman's Club is in the main street and provides Meals
On the main street is a shop which displays local arts & crafts for sale

There are a couple of resident seals near the wharves in town, if you are lucky they sometimes show off in between the two wharves just in front of the seating provided
There are often dolphins swimming in the waves close to all the beaches
In whale season the Whale Museum sounds a loud siren every time a whale enters the bay, enabling you to get to one of the several Whale Lookouts for viewing
Sometimes we are lucky enough to see the whales from the house and of course there are the tourist boats, which you can book to view whales up close or just to take in the views of the coastline

A visit to Quarantine Bay is well worthwhile, if there are any fishermen cleaning fish at the tables there are usually a couple of huge Stingrays that come up to the rocks for the scraps, also Pelicans & Seals
Greencape Lighthouse, Navy Wharf & Historic Whaling sites are all about ½ hour south of Eden
Ben Boyd National Park on both sides of Eden, has many walking tracks, also dirt roads to several little beaches

There is also a new venture taking place near Eden
It is an old Aboriginal trail that has recently been rediscovered. John Blay devoted years of his life rediscovering the original track which begins in the high country and finishes in Eden, you can walk the first section which begins on the beach just below our property
If you wish to do some research on it, just Google in John Blay or Bundian Way. It is extremely interesting reading




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