Eden is often described as a natural paradise with its stunning setting on the shores of Twofold Bay and surrounded by Ben Boyd National Park with its forests and unspoilt beaches.
Twofold Bay and local beaches – such as Aslings Beach and Cocora Beach – offer excellent opportunities for a wide range of water sports, fishing and boating – or just relaxing with a swim or a walk along a secluded stretch of sand.
salt air & seafood
The Eden Wharf is a prominent local attraction just a short stroll from Eden Oceanview. Apart from the fishing boats – and fishing, diving and whale-watching charters – to enjoy the wharf is also the perfect place to indulge in the local fare (especially seafood) at the range of cafes and restaurants on the waterfront.
Eden is famous for its fresh seafood which comes straight off the trawlers. There is also a ready supply of the delicious Eden mussels – grown in the crystal clear waters of Twofold Bay.
whales & whalewatching
Eden is also famous for it’s whales – and whale watching – and has a unique history which developed around the whaling industry. Today the Eden Killer Whale Museum is well known for its exhibition featuring ‘Old Tom’.
Whale watching is also very popular in season (October – November).more on Eden whale watching
nature & history
Eden is also surrounded by National Parks – ideal for bushwalking and experiencing the local wildlife and flora. Historical places of interest include Ben Boyd tower, Edrom Lodge and Davidson’s Whaling Station. The Marine Discovery Centre is now open as well.
With so much to offer Eden is emerging as the perfect Sapphire Coast destination for those looking to holiday naturally.