Suburb Profiles Real Estate Snapshot

Back Lake

Back Lake is a suburb of Merimbula and offers magnificent coastal views. The town is popular with tourists, featuring many specialty shops with unique crafts, souvenir, food and fashion outlets. The surrounding environment is picturesque, with pristine beaches, waterways and natural bushland. There’s never a dull moment in Merimbula. The sporting and activity opportunities are endless. School aged children are catered for with an excellent primary school and a closely located secondary school.

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Bega

Bega is a relaxed rural community that offers a tranquil lifestyle with an old fashioned country charm where the people are real. An ideal and safe community to raise a family, Bega has rolling green pastures, stunning National Parks and is a ten minute drive from the aquamarine waters of the far south coast. The regional centre of the far south coast, Bega offers diverse employment opportunities, excellent schooling and sporting facilities.

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Bega Surrounds

Bega is an area currently undergoing considerable development. Rural lifestyle subdivisions are developing in the immediate surrounds of Bega offering residents the opportunity to build or buy their dream home on small acreage. It is here that purchasers will find large modern style housing with serene rural views. Small acreage bare land remains freely available and many blocks have essential services provided to the boundary. The Australian dream of home ownership, a few acres where the kids can play and enjoy country life is still very much a viable option in Bega.

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Bemboka

Bemboka is a quaint rural village located a thirty minute drive west of Bega. Nestled in the foothills of the magnificent Bemboka National Park, the Bemboka area is predominantly fertile farming ground. Lifestyle farms have become more prevalent in recent years and are popular with those seeking a quieter pace of life or a more sustainable way of living. Bemboka has a strong community atmosphere which is evident in the fierce comradeship on the sporting fields, the loyal support to the local primary school and in community events. And for those who don\'t already know? Bemboka has the best pie shop this side of the black stump!

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Bermagui

Bermagui is a coastal town only half an hour from Narooma. Living in Bermagui ensures a tranquil lifestyle with all the essential amenities. The homes in Bermagui are traditional in style. The properties on the outskirts are set on acreages and are hidden away offering a rural lifestyle close to town. Bermagui township has various giftshops, clothing shops, and all the essentials like a post office, a newsagency and a grocery store. The continental shelf is at its closest point to the mainland and the fishing is great. The town is close to Wallaga Lake, and its surrounds gives many opportunities for bushwalking and observing wildlife. A magnificent 18 hole golf course, lawn bowling rinks and all weather tennis courts are available in Bermagui. There is a pre-school, and a primary Public School in the town, and High school students travel to either Narooma High School, Bega High School or the Sapphire Coast Anglican College.

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Berrimbool

Berrimbool is only a stroll away from Merimbula’s CBD and is the host of large sporting grounds and a skate park. Surrounded by bushland with beautiful views, the area is quiet and boasts a range of free standing residences, from fibro cottages to architectural designed homes built to capture the magic views. Along with sporting activities, Merimbula offers a variety of dining options. Restaurants and cafes offer local seafood as well as Thai, Chinese, Italian, Spanish, Moroccan and Greek dishes. The main street, Market Street, has a relaxed vibe of live music, cafe\'s, deli\'s, boutique shops and al-fresco restaurants. Wander through cobbled alleyways, relax at a waterfront cafe or dine at a local pub with stunning views.

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Bombala

The homes in Bombala are traditional and many are settler cottages. Most have been tastefully renovated but retain their old charm. Bombala has all the essential services, like a post office, banks and grocery shops. The main street is home to gift shops, clothing shops, accessory shops and shoe shops. There are also farms that are open to the public. There are an abundance of reserves, parks and forests in the area, presenting great opportunities for hiking and bushwalking. The area is also a fisherman\'s paradise. Primary aged children can attend either the Bombala Public School or the St. Josephs School. Bombala also has a public high school, Bombala High School, for high school students.

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Bournda & Wallagoot

The Bournda and Wallagoot Lake area is a natural haven for outdoor and nature enthusiasts. The Bournda National Park has excellent walking, biking and jogging tracks and Wallagoot Lake and surrounding waterways are ideal for water skiing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and prawning. The beaches are pristine, uncrowded spaces and are an excellent surf break. Bournda is located a short proximity from Tura Beach, Merimbula, Tathra and Bega yet provides opportunity to combine a rural and coastal lifestyle.

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Boydtown

Boydtown is a village near Eden. It was the original settlement in the bay, founded by Benjamin Boyd in 1843 to service his properties on the Monaro plains. In modern times, Boydtown is the smaller of the two towns in the bay, consisting mainly of housing, tourist caravan parks and the recently refurbished Seahorse Inn. The houses in Boydtown are modern and are relatively new. The residents of the area only endure a quick walk to the Inn and the beach, whilst living in a secluded, quiet neighbourhood. The nearest shop is Kiah general store or in Eden. Eden is surrounded by picturesque scenery and stunning national parks and is the perfect place for the walking enthusiast. Visitors can stroll along the unspoilt beaches, climb to the top of Mount Imlay or trek through the many beautiful forest areas, including Ben Boyd National Park. Twofold Bay is a superb location for fishing enthusiasts. Eden Primary School and Eden Marine High School are the closest schools. School buses operate around Boydtown to cater for the school children.

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Broadwater

Oysters have been farmed in Pambula Lake, in Broadwater, for over 100 years. This estuary is the perfect environment for the Sydney Rock Oyster and this has been confirmed through awards and accolades worldwide. The homes around Broadwater are on acreage or large blocks and the real estate has an old fashioned charm. The nearest town is Pambula and is only 5 minutes away. Pambula with a quirky mixture of shops, is home to a local grocery store, newsagency and post office. Pambula Lake is a great location for swimming, fishing and other water sports. School aged children are catered for with an excellent primary school and a closely located secondary school.

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Brogo

Brogo is a rural area located north of Bega on the Princes Highway. With fertile farmland, rolling hills, bush and rivers Brogo is a popular area chosen by many for a quieter lifestyle away from townships. Residents enjoy the land and space and are often respectful of the environment, choosing to design, build and create homes that are sustainable. Self sufficiency, diversity and community spirit are hallmarks of true Brogorians and newcomers to the area will be delighted by the old fashioned country welcome.

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Candelo

Candelo is a trendy rural community located on the outskirts of Bega. Popular with artists and musicians, Candelo is a rural village that exudes an old fashioned relaxed atmosphere with wide streets and houses with overhanging verandahs. The Candelo village offers primary aged schooling, sporting facilities and access to some of the South Coast\'s most picturesque National Parks. Candelo is well known for the markets held on the first Sunday of every month. Locals and outside traders display their wares in an almost carnival like atmosphere and makes for an enjoyable family outing.

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Cobargo

Cobargo is a small rural village located on the Princes Highway north of Bega. A community with a huge heart Cobargo is home to varied and talented artisans, rich and diverse farming families and those who enjoy a quiet life a little away from the hype of larger areas. Cobargo is surrounded by particularly beautiful rural landscape none so spectacular as the closeby area of Tilba. It is here you will find the well known garden of Foxglove Spires.

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Dolphin Cove

Dolphin Cove is a suburb of Tura Beach, a township that is relatively new to the South Coast area. This housing estate began in the late seventies, early eighties and has established itself as a solid real estate contender to Merimbula, offering home owners affordable contemporary homes with magical coastal views. Dolphin Cove is located five kilometres north of Merimbula and adjacent to the magnificent Bournda National Park, an area rich in local Aboriginal history. The homes in Dolphin Cove are new and contemporary, developed in recent years to meet demand for affordable, relaxing seaside living. Dolphin Cove is only a minute away from Tura Beach’s shopping centres. Tura Beach school aged children currently attend the Merimbula state primary school or private schools in Bega or Eden. Secondary colleges are located in Bega and Eden with a private Catholic College in Pambula Beach.

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Eden

Eden is known by the locals as a natural paradise. Always recognised for excellent fishing and a rich whaling history, Eden is emerging as a growing tourist talent on the far south coast. Surrounded by the Ben Boyd National Park the area is a natural watersports playground and has a wide variety of walking tracks and camping areas. Eden has a primary and secondary school, full sporting facilities and a shopping village. Eden offers lifestyle blocks and homes, housing priced for the budget minded or first home owners and waterfront properties with outstanding views. The Eden Cove subdivision is a popular area with modern executive style housing close to the beautiful Aslings beach and within a five minute drive to town.

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Fishpen

The Fishpen area of Merimbula is located on the opposite side of the Merimbula Lake to the township of Merimbula. Surrounded on three sides by water, the Fishpen area is long associated with summer holidaying and as such is a popular area for holiday managed apartments and units. A number of private residences exist; some with enviable access to the beautiful Merimbula Main Beach. An easy and pleasurable walk into town provides easy access to all the boutique shops, cafes and restaurants that Merimbula has to offer.The Fishpen area is a great flat area to walk. Enjoy a stroll along the lake or for the more adventurous a hike along Merimbula Main Beach to Pambula, or go for a stroll along the popular Merimbula Boardwalk alongside the Top Lake. Fishing is a popular activity and there is good fishing in the lake.

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Kalaru

Kalaru is a small rural township located on the Tathra Road between Bega and Tathra. The small community is predominantly lifestyle blocks with modern or Australian country style homes. The area is ideally located a five minute drive from the beautiful Tathra Beach and an approximate ten minute drive to Wallagoot Lake and the Bournda National Park. For the horse lovers or those that love to watch horses the Sapphire Coast Turf Club is close by. Kalaru is serviced by the township of Bega and Tura Beach, although Tathra has facilities to supply day to day necessities. Kalaru is an area popular with those that love a little space or like the affordability of living close to the beach without beach price tags.

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Lochiel

Lochiel is a locality near South Pambula and Nethercote, and the land was originally used for dairy farming. Many of the properties in Lochiel are farm houses. There are new houses being built, but many are away from the road and exclusively located. The area is littered with farms on acreage, sheds and hobby farms, and shows passers-by how peaceful country life in regional NSW can be. Lochiel is only 8 minutes away from the small village of Pambula, where you can explore organic foods in colonial aged buildings, sample organic extremely tasty bakery goods at the local baker and buy some of the best tasting meat at the local butcher. Pambula is home to a local grocery store, bank, newsagency and post office. Lochiel is a great locality for bushwalking, cycling and motorbike riding. Primary aged school children attend either the local state primary school in Eden or Pambula Beach. Secondary aged children attend the state provided Eden Marine High School or travel to Pambula Beach to attend Lumen Christi Catholic School.

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Long Point

Long Point is an area of Merimbula that has stunning views over the Merimbula Lake area and down as far as Pambula Beach. The real estate in this area is predominantly built for the views and is generally larger quality homes. Bar Beach and Spencer Park beach are popular beaches that are within close walking distance. The Merimbula township and service area is a five minute drive and many clubs, restaurants and cafes are an easy stroll. Longpoint is home to prestigious real estate although development potential in this area still exists.

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Merimbula

Merimbula is a picturesque township that has grown around the beautiful Top Lake and Back Lake. A popular area with Victorians for many years the town has grown on the back of tourism to become a vibrant community famed for a laidback lifestyle. With ready access to numerous beaches and sandy bays, Merimbula is a nature lovers haven. Known as the Wilderness Coast the landscape in this area is a stunning diversity of waterways and natural bushland. Merimbula has a vibrant shopping centre and full range of sporting activities. School aged children are catered for with an excellent primary school and closely located secondary school.

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