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A truly magical place to explore

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Tilba has a unique identity drawn from its continuing connection to Indigenous culture, its rich and diverse history and its stunning landscape.

Whether you are looking for a nature-based trip, a foodie trail or the charm of the heritage village, Tilba and the surrounding region is a truly magical place to explore whilst staying here at Tilba Coastal Retreat.

The perfect location to experience it all.

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Tilba Coastal Retreat Tilba Aerial David Rogers Photography


A 3 minute drive away, the two villages of Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba are set in the foot hills of Mother Gulaga Mountain, a sacred place for the Yuin Aboriginal people, and provides a tranquil and nostalgic experience for visitors, allowing them to step back in time and explore the beauty of the region. The combination of heritage architecture, local produce, and natural surroundings makes Tilba a unique destination.​ 

Both Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba are recognised for their heritage significance. They are listed on the National Trust register, preserving their historical character.

Mystery Bay South Coast NSW

Mystery Bay

Mystery Bay, just a short 6 minute drive away, is known for its pristine beaches with golden sands, rugged coastline and clear waters. The ancient geological rock formations date back nearly 500 million years ago. The beach is relatively secluded, making it a peaceful spot for visitors. Visitors enjoy exploring rock pools, caves and expansive sandy beaches. The exceptionally clear water is perfect for swimming, diving and fishing.

There are walking trails in the Mystery Bay area, allowing visitors to explore the coastal landscape and enjoy scenic views. Check with local authorities for information on specific trails.

Destination NSW Glasshouse Rocks Narooma


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Narooma is a picturesque coastal town located 12 minutes drive away. Known for its stunning natural beauty, Narooma is a popular destination for tourists seeking a mix of coastal experiences, outdoor activities, mountain biking, fishing and wildlife encounters. The town is situated along the shores of the Wagonga Inlet, providing scenic views and opportunities for water-based activities.

Australia Rock is a distinctive rock formation along the coastline, shaped like the map of Australia. It is a popular spot for visitors and photographers. Glasshouse Rocks is another stunning geological formation near Narooma, known for its unique rock structures along the coastline.

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Baranguba Montague Island, located 9 kms offshore from Narooma, is a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts. It is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including seals, penguins, and seabirds. Guided tours to Montague Island and whale watching tours (June to November) are available.

The Narooma Golf Club offers a unique golfing experience with breathtaking views of the coastline. The course is known for its challenging layout and scenic surroundings.

Destination NSW Bermagui Blue Pool


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Bermagui, a 15 minute drive away, is a delightful place to explore, with its mix of natural wonders, outdoor activities and a welcoming community with a coastal village feel. Whether you're interested in exploring unique rock formations at Camel Rock and Horse Head Rock, swimming in the Blue Pools, enjoying local seafood or ice cream, browsing through the boutique shops or engaging in outdoor adventures, Bermagui has something to offer.

Wallaga Lake and Bermagui provide excellent opportunities for fishing, kayaking, and birdwatching. There are fishing and boat tours are available for those wanting to explore the coastline.

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