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Looking for a day tour to experience the best of Eden? Look no further than our full day Eden nature tour, specially crafted for cruise guests to make the most of their time on land. Led by knowledgeable local guides, this tour provides insights into the ecology, history, and culture of our region.
“I had an amazing time on the Eden shore excursion. Our guide was knowledgeable and passionate, taking us to stunning locations. The itinerary was well-balanced, well-organised, with comfortable transportation and a delicious lunch included. I highly recommend this tour for an unforgettable experience in Eden’s natural beauty.” 2023 Tour Guest Feedback
During the Eden shore excursion, we will provide a light picnic lunch to enjoy in the great outdoors. Your meal will include a frittata, bread roll, salad, and a sweet treat with fruit. Tea, coffee, and water will also be provided for refilling your bottles. Please inform us of any special dietary requirements when making your booking.
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Eden Rotary Lookout – Just a 2 minute drive from port of Eden’s and is one of the best whale watching (August to early November) vantage points along the Sapphire Coast. With stunning views over Twofold Bay, Nullica Bay and the surrounding rugged coastline.
Aslings Beach – Located in the heart of Eden, on the northern shore of Twofold Bay. Whales (August to early November) are often seen along the shoreline, while dolphins are frequently spotted feeding or sheltering in the bay.
Cocora Beach – Cocora Beach is perfect for beachside BBQs with the family, short walks and safe swimming. The beach is pet-friendly. For a glimpse of Aboriginal heritage and the experience of treading an ancient pathway, we will discuss the Bundian Way Story Trail.
Quarantine Bay & Rixons Beach – A sheltered area in Twofold Bay with a jetty and boat ramp. Sit in the shade and enjoy the boats, boatshed, and amenities. Watch the water and listen to the calls of bellbirds, while also spotting activity from the Quarantine Bay Yacht Club and Eden Amateur Fishing Club.
Beowa National Park
Pinnacles Lookout – The short, flat, 500m walk offers a bird’s-eye view of the Pinnacles — its white sands mark the level of an ancient water table, while the red gravel clay above is rust (iron oxide). There are two lookouts with views south to Lennards Island and north to Haycock Point
Haycock Point Lookout – Haycock Point is located between Eden and Pambula, at the northernmost tip of Beowa National Park. Its iconic Devonian red rock is a significant geological feature of the Sapphire Coast, dating back approximately 350-million years.
Boyds Tower– Explore the gentle walking track and boardwalk around Boyds Tower, built by Benjamin Boyd but never commissioned as a lighthouse. View the historic tower, including a missing section from lightning and Boyd’s name inscribed on the crest.
Davidson Whaling Station – Check out the historic try-works, where blubber was processed, and learn all about the whaling operation.
Port of Eden
Meeting between the Eden visitors information centre and the car park, 300m walk from where cruise ships dock.
Vary depending on ship arrival
$250 AU per/person
Minimum 4 guests
Maximum 10 guests
Transportation: We use modern vehicles that are easy to access for individuals with mobility challenges.
Walking Distance: The longest walk during the tour is approximately 1 kilometer to 500 meters. The guide will assess the physical requirements of the group and choose the most suitable option. If you need to avoid stairs, please inform the guide so that they can plan accordingly.
Toilet Facilities: There are public toilets available at many of the sites we visit.
Young Children: To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for your young child, we can provide a child seat. When making your booking, please inform us in advance if you will require a child seat, and we will make the necessary arrangements to accommodate your needs.
Accessibility Needs: Our guides are committed to ensuring a comfortable experience for all guests. If you have any specific accessibility needs or requirements, please inform your guide in advance. They will make every effort to accommodate your needs and provide assistance throughout the tour.
If we cancel a tour due to weather or operational requirements we will notify you as soon as possible and offer you a full refund