Location – Bower at Broulee via Batemans Bay
Location – Bower Broulee… is located just 7 kms to the Moruya airport and within 15 minutes of Moruya and 25 minutes of Batemans Bay. Guests can walk thru natural forests to the renowned Broulee surfing beaches and North Broulee beach is less than 1km from our front gate.
Suburbs nearby are Tomakin, Mossy Point, Jeramadra, Guerilla Bay, Moruya and Rosedale.
We don’t advertise our street address because using that in a GPS map often leads people astray due to inaccuracies [sometimes up to 15kms away] in some of the online maps.
If your GPS will locate the intersection of George Bass Drive & Train Street, you’ll be pretty close to our entrance.
We also have close relationships with many other complementary tourism providers for specialist guests services and experiences
Our passionate volunteers include Bill Nagle ENHS & Marie Zuvich [past president of the Broulee Community Association (BCA)] have conducted guided bird-watching tours of our walking trails with international visitors. Candace Wirth is a local historian who has provided additional information on the geological and archaeological history of the Bower and Illawong Nature Reserve. A local aboriginal elder, Loretta Parsley, has also provided advice on the aboriginal heritage and bush tucker resources of the immediate area.
Also, Catherine Potter [president of the Sustainable Agriculture and Gardens Eurobodalla, SAGE] and the late Jill Whiter from the Eurobodalla Naturalist History Society (ENHS) and the assisted us to develop our self-guided tours.
Stage 1 of The Bower project has been well received by the marketplace and our guests have encouraged us to focus our efforts to cater for adult couples and since we are part of a Wildlife refuge adjoining a Nature Reserve, we are obliged to enforce a “no guests pets” policy.