Waterfront in Eden
Apartment - Eden nsw
In an absolute water frontage complex in one of few naturally occurring deep water harbours in the world is this 2 bedroom holiday apartment renowned for being one of the last docking ports on the mainland during the famous Sydney to Hobart yacht race. If you are here between May and early November you can also watch the annual migration of whales.
This comfortable two bedroom holiday apartment, with queen size bed and two singles in the second bedroom, comes complete with swimming pool, spa and communal barbecue area all overlooking the beautiful bay within Eden.
As this is a deepwater port, cruise ships continually dock in this beautiful harbour. The Eden wharf is only a short walk from the apartment complex where the wharf cafe and restaurant precinct is located. Merimbula is only a short 30-minute drive from Eden but if you are after tranquility there are beaches scattered in and around which offer a great escape.
Wi-Fi will be available soon in the apartment but in the meantime is available free of charge at the nearby Wharfside Cafe where you will also receive 10% discount off food from staying in this apartment.
Discover Eden’s extraordinary attractions, from humpback whales in the deep blue Twofold Bay to intriguing whaling heritage and bushwalking in spectacular Ben Boyd National Park. There are wonderful marine and wildlife tours, and you can buy fresh blue mussels on the wharf at Snug Cove.
A natural paradise on the sparkling Sapphire Coast of NSW, Eden is one of the best whale-watching spots in Australia between May and early November. Other things to do in Eden throughout the year range from relaxing on beautiful sandy beaches to great fishing, kayaking, bushwalking, and snorkelling.
The third-deepest natural harbour in the Southern Hemisphere, Twofold Bay has a long history with whales. You can explore the story of orca Old Tom at the Eden Killer Whale Museum. The self-drive Killer Whale Trail is an intriguing trip into the past when whales were hunted for oil and cosmetics.
You’ll find plenty of shoreline vantage points around Twofold Bay and along the coast in Ben Boyd National Park for spotting whales. Green Cape lookout is a popular spot. The exhilarating three-day Light to Light walk connects Green Cape Lighthouse with the 1847-built Boyds Tower on the bay.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE:
* An additional $40 will be charged to your total if a check-in happens after 8 pm, and we require your arrival time as the Concierge does not live on site.
*Wi-Fi will be available soon in the apartment but in the meantime is available free of charge at the nearby Wharfside Cafe where you will also receive 10% discount off food from staying in this apartment.
* Please note that this property has been specifically catered for short-term rentals and is not a hotel.
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