Opposite the water and local bus stop, this accommodation in Bateman’s Bay is just a short stroll from the town centre (with shops, clubs and cruise boats). Be set for your getaway with easy access to all local attractions.
There are 7 accommodation options to choose from, including: standard single rooms (sleeping 1), standard double rooms (sleeping 2), standard twin rooms (sleeping 3), deluxe single rooms (sleeping 1), deluxe double rooms (sleeping 2), deluxe twin rooms (sleeping 3) and deluxe family rooms (sleeping 4).
All rooms come fully equipped with R/C air conditioning, flat screen television, Foxtel, microwave, coffee and tea making facilities, iron and ironing board, ceiling fans, refrigerator, and complimentary WiFi.
This budget motel in Bateman’s Bay also offers complimentary self parking and guest laundry. Only a short drive for dry cleaning and external laundry services. Advice on tours and ticketing is available at reception.
If you don’t fancy eating out, room service is available from the café and restaurant next door (limited hours only). Breakfasts are also available at many of the local eateries.
When staying at the Beach Drive Motel, we hope that you will also explore other nearby towns – Narooma, Bodalla, Moruya, Bungendore, Braidwood, Monga, Milton, Ulladulla, Termeil, Batehaven and more.
There is so much to see and do in the Batemans Bay area – you will be spoilt for choice when staying at the Beach Drive Motel. Some of the more popular attractions have been outlined below.
Located on the coast, one of the main reasons that tourists come to the area is to enjoy the beautiful beaches. Popular spots include the local Surf Beach, Malua Bay Beach, Moruya Beach, Tuross Beach, Dalmeny Beach, Narooma Surf Beach and Broulee Beach. From swimming to surfing and snorkeling to kayaking, there are ample activities to participate in. There are also ample opportunities to fish – on the beach, off a jetty or by booking yourself onto a charter.
If the water isn’t really your thing, there are plenty of other nature and wildlife attractions to enjoy. Check out Cullendulla Creek Nature Reserve, Clyde River National Park, Observation Point – Batehaven, Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens, Batemans Marine Park, and North Head Lookout. There are plenty of walking trails throughout the area, such as the Mangrove Walk or Corn Trail Walk, and whale watching is a popular pastime in late winter and early spring.
Immerse yourself in the culture of the Batemans Bay region by visiting Apma Creations Aboriginal Art Gallery, Artisans Nest Gallery, Batemans Bay Visitors Centre Art Gallery, Grace Paleg Studio Gallery, Ken Taber Art Studio and Open Garden, MACS Cottage Gallery, Montague Island Lighthouse, Moruya Museum, Narooma Lighthouse Museum, The Gallery: Art and Craft, Old Courthouse Museum, or the Original Gold Rush Colony.
When travelling with your kids, we understand that keeping them amused for the duration of your stay is a must. Attractions that children love include Birdland Animal Park (home to more than 100 species of native animals, birds and reptiles), Mogo Zoo (home to more than 250 animals) and Batemans Bay Mini Golf. There are also plenty of playgrounds, cycling trails and walks in the area for kids to enjoy – why not get them to try something new?
The region is known for some delicious local produce, so make sure that you stop and sample as much of it as possible! Some of our favourites include ABC Cheese Factory (where you will also find plenty of other local produce), Bodalla Dairy Cheese Factory (see the process from start to finish), Mogo Fudge and Ice Cream, Pearly Oyster Bar and Farm, and Tilba Valley Wines. Dine in one of the many restaurants to try some of the locally sourced seafood for yourself.
Batemans Bay is host to a number of events throughout the year, many of which will draw hundreds of visitors to the region. Popular events include SkyBlaze, Australian Native Orchid Show, Eurobodalla Spring Show, Narooma Boats Afloat Festival, South Coast Nationals, Broulee Sand Modelling Competition, and the Great Southern Blues Festival. Markets are also held most weekends, from Batemans Bay Rotary Markets to Moruya Country Markets.