What’s on

Whether you want to immerse yourself in the sparkling blue waters, enjoy some fresh oysters with a picnic by the sea, ride and race across ‘rocky trails’, learn about the local Indigenous culture or camp out beneath the clear starry-skies, Eurobodalla really is an incredible place to visit and marvel at its natural wonders.

Here we share our favourite Eurobodalla experiences – there is so much to see and do for your friends and family while you race and plenty more to explore together before and after! Come early and stay longer, we say!

We would like to thank the Eurobodalla Region and the following local businesses for their support and putting together these experience ideas for our #rockytrailracers:


Southbound Escapes

Office: Unit 23/89 Campbell St, Narooma
Phone: 02 8667 5353
Email: bookings@southboundescapes.com
www.southboundescapes.com

Southbound Escapes is a travel company specialising in carefully curated short escapes designed to showcase the very best of the South Coast, with a special consideration for sustainable tourism. Founder Sally is a passionate e-Biker and recently took Rocky Trail’s Juliane Wisata on one of her tours – together they compiled the following tours, specifically for #rockytrailracers on the Jetblack Wild Wombat event weekend!

  • Soutbound Escapes offers all Rocky Trail racers and event visitors a 10% discount for the following tours and charters. Please use the Promo Code WOMBAT to avail of this discount when booking online.

4 Hour E-Bike Tour with Aboriginal Story Telling and Local Produce Gourmet Picnic (12 years and over) departing from our office in Narooma (less than an hour’s drive from the event centre in Batemans Bay) at 9 am Saturday and Sunday – Minimum 4 pax Maximum 7 pax – Adult $199 Child $ 185- Subject to availability – click here for the E-Bike Tour in Narooma with Aboriginal Story Telling and Gourmet Picnic


2 Hour Bingi Dreaming Track Cultural Walk pick up from Corrigan’s Cove at 8.30 am on Saturday and Sunday  – Minimum 4 pax Maximum 7 pax – Adult $125 Child $99- Subject to availability – click here for the Two Hour Bingi Dreaming Track Cultural Walk 


Tilba Valley Winery Tour pick up from Corrigans Cove at 11.30 am on Saturday and Sunday – Minimum 4 pax Maximum 7 pax – Adult $125 Child $99- Subject to availability – click here for the Tilba Valley Winery Tour

4 Hour Private Charter – $ 440  – 7 Seater luxury vehicle with driver/guide – Pick up from Corrigans Cove at 8.30 am or 1 pm. Maximum 7 pax Saturday or Sunday – Subject to availability; click here for 4 Hour Private Vehicle Charter with Driver/Guide

8 Hour Private Charter – $880 – 7 Seater Luxury Vehicle with Driver Guide – Pick up from Corrigans Cove at 9 am. Maximum 7 pax Saturday or Sunday – Subject to availability; click here for 8 Hour Private Vehicle Charter with driver/guide


Region X

Batemans Bay
Phone: 1300 001 060
Web: regionx.com.au

Region X offers incredible experiences on the water – you will love their family-friendly Glass Bottom Kayak Tour or why not visit them at Mossy Point (a short drive from the event race area) where they run a kiosk that also rents kayaks, Stand Up Paddle boards and includes a wonderful atmosphere beside the water. Perfect for your Saturday morning before the MTB action starts and why not come early and stay longer?

  • Use the special Rocky Trail promo code wildwombat for a 20% discount across the entire range of kayak tours on the South Coast over the weekend
  • The code is valid until Dec 8 incase for those who are staying an extra couple of days or week
  • Please note, RegionX also has mountain bikes available for rent if required for accompanying visitors (they use Giant Trail Glide entry level bikes)

The Original Gold Rush Colony

Historic Mogo Village
26 James St, Mogo
Phone: 02 4474 2123
Web: www.goldrushcolony.com.au/tours

20% Family discount on entry | Mention “Jetblack Wild Wombat” at reception

Whether you are a local, holidaying in the area or just passing through you will find that a visit to Mogo is a rewarding experience. The Gold Rush Colony is located just 200 meters up from the Historical village of Mogo on the Highway between Moruya and Batemans Bay.
Although you could easily spend your whole day at the Colony you might like to browse the wonderful shops, cafes and art galleries in Mogo or visit the Mogo Zoo, just around the corner.


Links:

Blog: 101 Things to do in the Eurobodalla

Accommodation for the Jetblack Wild Wombat weekend

Eurobodalla Visitor Portal