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The weather in Batemans Bay
Find the Batemans Bay climate diagram. January is the warmest month of the year in Batemans Bay with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 27°. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is May.
Holiday Lettings in Australia's Batemans Bay
On the southern coast of New South Wales is the charming town of Batemans Bay. Known for its impressive snorkelling trail and Clyde River National Park, the area boasts natural beauty aplenty, as well as quaint museums and fantastic restaurants. Typical holiday rentals here are modern apartments, many of which come with a swimming pool where you can cool off from the Australian sunshine in style.
Eating Out in Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay has an eclectic mix of fast food joints, casual cafes and international eateries – many of which enjoy a splendid waterside location. For a healthy breakfast or casual lunch head to Deli on Perry. They offer an excellent selection of smoothies, cakes and light lunches and it's the ideal place for a quick bite to eat. The health conscious will relish the offerings at Nourish on North Cafe. The menu includes feel-good treats such as chia pots, turmeric lattes and freshly squeezed juices for an energising start to the day or a nutritious lunch to refuel after a morning of exploring.
The Sandbar is one of Bateman Bay's most sought-after restaurants. Their menu changes regularly and they put a strong emphasis on using seasonal, local ingredients and have fantastic views along with delicious food. Like much of Australia, the area has strong Asian influences within its cuisine. Two of the best Asian offerings can be found at Sawatdee Thai Restaurant and New Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant, with its delicious plates of authentic Cantonese food.
Arts and Culture in Batemans Bay
Batemans Bay has an array of quaint galleries and museums where you can explore local artworks and learn about the history and heritage of the area. The Batemans Bay Visitors Centre Art Gallery is a gift shop and exhibition space where you can pick up handcrafted textiles, jewellery and wood carvings. The Old Courtyard Museum is another highlight of the cultural scene in Batemans Bay. The museum gives a comprehensive overview of the local area, including industry and the geological development of the marina, with numerous collections of historical photographs.
In the evening visitors can catch a film at the family-owned Bay City Cinemas. The four screens show both the latest Hollywood blockbusters and also Art House films. The proceeds from the cinema go back to the local community so you can catch a film and give something back in the process.
Batemans Bay with Children
With its emphasis on outdoor activities and laid-back approach to life, Batemans Bay reigns as a supremely family-friendly destination. Water sports on the glorious beaches, treks through the verdant bush and the opportunity to spot amazing wildlife are just a few of the activities that children will love. North Head lookout in Murramarang National Park is one of the most scenic places to catch a glimpse of the whales and dolphins which migrate off the coast of Batemans Bay. The area also boasts over 400 kilometres of cycling routes and bike rental facilities are available within the town if you can't bring your own with you.
Head a little inland to discover villages such as Mogo where you can get a feel for what life was like during the famed Australian Gold Rush, or pay a visit to Mogo Zoo where you can get up close to animals such as the magnificent Sumatran tiger and Rothchild's giraffe – one of the world's most endangered species.
Exploring Around Batemans Bay
The natural splendour of the area is what attracts many to Batemans Bay. The snorkelling trail stretches for 12 kilometres to the north of the bay and is famed for its magnificent diving opportunities. There are also picnic spots and grassy reserves where families can relax between time in the water. Stretch your legs along the magnificent Oaky Beach. The route traverses rainforest, terminating at a stunningly secluded beach which gives the illusion that you're far from any civilization. Keep your eyes open as you walk along the route and you might even spot that classic Aussie marsupial, swamp wallabies.
Close to Batehaven, you'll find an area known locally as Observation Point. There are stunning vistas over Snapper Island and it's the perfect spot to stop for a lunchtime picnic and enjoy the serene views and the sounds of the waves lapping on golden sands.
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