DINING

The Wilderness Coast is famous for its oysters and mussels. You can hire a boat or go to the beach and catch your own fish, then bring them home back to the Beachhouse for a barbecue…

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Nothing beats breakfast on the sunny outdoor patio overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Bournda National Park.

The gourmet kitchen is beautifully appointed and a delight to cook in. it includes quality appliances – a gas cooktop and oven, dishwasher and microwave oven – as well as all the crockery,  glassware and utensils you’ll need to cook up a storm.   A covered deck beside the kitchen means you can enjoy a barbecue even on a rainy day.

The cosy separate dining room seats 8 people comfortably. Or you can enjoy an al fresco meal on the patio and watch the passing whales (September to November) or the kangaroos at sunset.

With the easy-to-park-at Woolworths supermarket Tura Beach only 5 minutes’ drive away, and the lakeside town of Merimbula only 10 minutes away, you will find everything you need for a perfect holiday.

Try some of the local gourmet products from Bega Valley producers such as Disaster Bay Chillies, SPROUT Eden Cafe & Local ProducePambula WholefoodEden SmokehouseMerimbula Fresh Seafoods and Wild Ryes Baking Co or visit one of the many local markets selling fresh produce.

If you’d prefer to eat out, enjoy the outstanding coffee at the Waterfront Cafe in Merimbula, right at the water’s edge, seafood at the Merimbula Wharf Restaurant and AquariumEden Mussels at Eden Wharf or Tathra Beach Tapas. In Summer, Bar Beach Kiosk in Merimbula is the place to be for sand, surf and great food and coffee. For a special lunch or night out, try Wheelers Seafood Restaurant between Merimbula and Pambula.