With respect, Tathra Chamber of Commerce acknowledges the traditional owners of this land, the Yuin people.
Tathra still has the charm of a seaside holiday of a bygone era. A coastal village on the Sapphire Coast of NSW.
Tathra offers pristine beaches and estuaries, National Parks, and a range of activities. Tathra's historic wharf - the grand old dame of the sea - sits like a pink sapphire in the bay. Classified by the National Trust as the only remaining steamer wharf on the Australian coastline, its museum offers a glimpse into the history of the region. You never know who may come to join you ...
Pristine beaches, fishing, surfbreaks and over 40ks of mountain bike tracks, Tathra has an experience for all.
The Tathra Surf Lifesaving Club patrols the Tathra Beach from September to end of April.
At the northern end of the beach is Mogareeka Inlet - a broad, sandy mouth of the Bega River with safe swimming for children with boat access to the estuary.
Safe sea access can be obtained at Kianinny part of the Tathra Amateur Fishing Club services to our town.
Mimosa Rocks National Park stretches 17km to the north of Tathra and is studded with isolated beaches and spectacular coastal scenery where you can do day visits or camps - Moon Bay, Nelson's Beach and Lagoon, Middle Beach, Gilliards Beach, Bithrey Inlet - are all just minutes up the road.
Bega, our regional centre, is a 20 minute drive with other coastal towns within 30 minutes drive - visit Merimbula, Bermagui and Candelo among others.
Our locals are more than happy to give you advice on what you can experience while staying in Tathra.
Just drop into the Tathra Visitor Centre on Andy Poole Drive. So, what are you waiting for? Come and experience all that we have to offer.
Tathra is half way between Sydney and Melbourne, and just two hours from the Snowy Snowy Mountain Ski Fields. Only three hours from the centre of Canberra.
For bikers and car enthusiasts, the sealed windy road from Bermagui to Tathra is rated one of the top rides in NSW.