Eden, on the NSW South Coast, is ideally situated mid-way between Sydney and Melbourne. With its stunning harbour, Twofold Bay is the third deepest natural harbour in the world.
Set in coastal wilderness of magnificent rugged landscapes with golden beaches and crystal waters, Eden is a whale watching wonderland throughout spring. It is home to some of Australia’s most significant whale heritage sites and the amazing ‘Killers of Eden’ story, which can be experienced on the ‘Killer Whale Trail’ all year round.
- Larger vessels favour anchorage in a sheltered location - just a 5 minute tender ride lands passengers in the heart of town.
- Breakwater Wharf caters for smaller vessels of up to 105 metres LOA - within walking distance of town.
Port upgrade: There are plans for the Port of Eden to undertake a major upgrade and expand capacity to allow ships up to 330m to pull up alongside. The expected completion date is November 2018.
Popular Eden shore excursions
Cruising Twofold Bay
Gain an insight into this historic whaling port. There is a resident pod of dolphins seen on most trips, also seals and penguins.
Oyster Farm Tour and Tasting
At Wheelers Oyster Farm you can enjoy a guided tour and learn how oysters are farmed followed by a tasting. This is near Wheelers famous restaurant where you can savour the local cuisine.
Haycock Point Bush Stroll and Aboriginal Culture
Guided tour with spectacular coastline views, Australia flora and fauna and damper cooking and billy tea.
Davidson Whaling Station and Ben Boyd Tower
Davidson Whaling Station stands as a reminder of the early whaling days. Boyd’s Tower marks the entrance to Ben Boyd National Park near Twofold Bay and was used as a whale sighting station.