Batemans Bay and Clyde River

The Clyde River flows for 125 kilometres from the base of coastal mountain ranges through forests and national parks, where it then spreads out into a wide estuary at Batemans Bay. There is sheltered and peaceful paddling upstream for many kilometres, as well as space for paddling nearby in both Burill and Durras lakes. Beautiful beaches all around make for various touring options. Try paddling around the entrance to Batemans Bay, and to the beaches at Batehaven, Sunshine Bay and Maloneys Beach, in the north. Offshore there are the Tollgate Islands and the rugged coastline of Batemans Marine Park.

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