Tomakin & South Coast Region

View miscellaneous photos from The Moorings Resort Tomakin and the surrounding South Coast region of NSW.

Mogo Zoo

Mogo Zoo

Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo that supports an amazing collection of endangered and exotic animal species. Nestled close to the Princess Hwy and just 10 mins south of the popular coastal town of Batemans Bay, the zoo is spread over many acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. Mogo Zoo proudly boasts the largest collection of primates in Australia. Our zebras and Southern White Rhinos wander the Savannah plains alongside our majestic Giraffes.

Fishing at Broulee Beach

Fishing at Broulee Beach

Fishing from the Broulee beach can bag you some Flathead, Salmon, Whiting or Bream. In the background you can see Broulee Island which can be a great for the keen walkers, again this is just a short drive from the resort. Swimming in the crysral clear waters around Broulee Island is spectacular.

South Coast Beaches

South Coast Beaches

Discover the beautiful beaches of the splendid Eurobodalla region, from Batemans Bay in the north to Mystery Bay in the south. Relax on soft white sands, swim in crystal-clear waters and ride superb surf breaks. There are ancient rock formations to explore and delightful picnic areas to enjoy.

This marvelous region on NSW South Coast includes Batemans Marine Park, a haven for dolphins, seals, penguins and migrating whales.

Mossy Jetty

Mossy Jetty

Mossy Jetty is a good spot to catch flathead and Luderick (Blackfish).

Eurobodalla Oyster's

Eurobodalla Oyster's

Eurobodalla sits in the heart of Australia’s Oyster Coast – renowned for having the most environmentally aware oyster growing estuaries in the world.
Three species of premium oyster are grown and freshly-harvested all year round from the Clyde River in Batemans Bay, Tuross Lake, and Wagonga Inlet in Narooma.
Savouring these magnificent oysters is easy!
Taste oysters alfresco and fresh from the farm on a kayak, houseboat or paddle boat oyster tour on one of our beautiful estuaries, or see them from the air on a seaplane.

Tomakin Beach

Tomakin Beach

Here you can see the Tomago River thats flows into Tomakin Beach, Tomago River is the River the Resort is built around. Tomakin Beach is one of three beaches in Tomakin.

Tomaga River Jetty

Tomaga River Jetty

The Tomaga River is a wonderful place for fishing, exploring, kayaking and canoeing and extends from the Mossy Point entrance in the South and Tomakin in the North to historic Mogo.

The Tomaga River offers a well mixed estuary containing mangrove, seagrass and saltmarsh and is approximately 9 km long.

From The Gallery...

Marina-September 2010