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Cruising Twofold Bay
Relax on board the Cat Balou for a cruise on the two arms of Twofold Bay—an area of 11 square miles. You’ll be surrounded by the lovely Ben Boyd National Park, state forest, stunning scenery and pristine bays and beaches. Your cruise highlights the history of Eden—once a whaling port—including Boyd’s Tower, the Seahorse Inn at Boydtown, ...
Davidson Whaling Station & Ben Boyd Tower
From Eden it is a 45-minute drive to Ben Boyd National Park where you will learn all about the whaling history of Eden. Glimpse the lives of the early settlers and walk through the cottage where the Davidson family lived next to the whaling station on picturesque Kiah Inlet. The stroll and discussion will be richly interwoven with the whaling history of Twofold Bay, its leg...
Depart the pier for a short drive to Lookout Point for a scenic photo opportunity before traveling to the Seahorse Inn. This is the perfect setting for an Australian High Tea. The Inn was built in 1843 by the flamboyant entrepreneur Benjamin Boyd, using convict labor, and is situated on the shores of Twofold Bay with stunning views across the bay to Eden. Choose from a wonderful s...
Haycock Point Bush Stroll & Aboriginal Culture
Named after a prominent 19th-century entrepreneur, Ben Boyd National Park is a striking stretch of coastal wilderness offering a variety of photo opportunities and activities. Travel through the National Park to Haycock Point where a National Park ranger will meet you. The walk to Haycock Point (approximately 800 yards over uneven surfaces) provides spectacular coastline views. Au...
Maxwells Rainforest Walk
Depart Eden and journey 1¼ hours over the Princes Highway via spectacular Twofold Bay to Nadgee State Forest. Traveling the Wallagaraugh Forest Drive, you’ll discover many hidden treasures, including tall monkey gums providing important habitat for gliders, possums and owls. Enjoy the Maxwell’s Rain Forest Walk—part of Maxwell’s Flora Reserve—and...
Wildlife & Eden Killer Whale Museum
Travel to Potoroo Palace, a not-for-profit wildlife organization, where you will enjoy a short guided tour and then free time on your own to savor the rare opportunity to see a koala up close, wander among kangaroos, touch a snake, or the cooling mist of the walk-through aviary. Many of the animals at the sanctuary are native to Merimbula. Some of the animals you wil...