Eurobodalla Shire has 83 beaches and a spectacular marine park coastline.
- For information about individual beaches and parking visit the Beach Safe website.
- For beach patrol updates and conditions, follow Eurobodalla LifeGuard and Surf Life Saving Far South Coast on twitter.
Beaches can have hidden dangers, so always swim at patrolled beaches and stay between the red and yellow flags. No flags = no swim.
If you witness a water emergency outside patrolled locations, phone 000 and ask for Police.
- Rips can be difficult to see, so always observe the rhythm and movement of the sea before entering the surf. If you're unsure about how to identify a rip, check with your local Surf Lifesaving club.
- Calm bays and protected beaches are the safest places to enjoy swimming and snorkeling.
- Avoid swimming or surfing in rough seas, and never go into the water when safety warnings or beach closures are in force.
- Board riders, please keep your boards away from flagged areas, for your own and others' safety.
- Always wear a life jacket when boating, kayaking or fishing. Sea and surf conditions can change quickly, and you might not have time to put on a life jacket when you suddenly need it.
For more beach safety information contact your closest Surf Lifesaving Club or visit the Beach Safe website.
24hr emergency contact number
In case of emergencies, phone 000.
The Nippers program teaches surf skills to children aged 6 to 14 years old.
14 to 18 year-olds join the Cadet and Junior programs.
- Malua Bay, Broulee, Moruya and Narooma Surf Life Saving Clubs run Nippers programs. Contact your local club (details below) to sign up.
Moruya SLSC Special Nippers
Special Nippers provides a safe beach experience to children and adolescents with disability.
- Bookings are essential, please contact Moruya SLSC to book or for more information.
Beach accessible wheelchairs
Beach wheelchairs are available for free from the Surf Life Saving Clubs at Malua Bay (Batemans Bay SLSC), Broulee and Moruya. Ask the volunteer lifesavers on patrol at the beach if the chairs are available, or preferably, contact the life saving clubs in advance on the details below.
Local charity, The Bay Push, has also provided one child-sized and one adult-sized water wheelchair free for public use at Corrigans Beach.
The chairs need the assistance of a carer and are designed to float in calm sea waters.
Clyde View Caravan Park Manager Bob Carver has generously agreed to manage and store the chairs.
Enquiries for use of these chairs should be made to Clyde View Caravan Park on 4472 4224.
Batemans Bay Soldiers Club granted over $9000 to The Bay Push to provide the two water wheelchairs.
Surf Life Saving Club contact details
Eurobodalla Shire Council proudly supports employed lifeguards and volunteer life savers at our patrolled beaches during summer and off peak seasons.
Batemans Bay SLSC
Broulee Surfers SLSC
Contact Tuross Beach Holiday Park:
- T: 02 4473 8236