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Tomakin Sports & Social Club

Want somewhere to go to enjoy a meal and a couple of drinks in a relaxing atmosphere? Why not visit Tomakin Sports & Social Club, only 5 minutes from our park, where you will be offered specials like $4 lunches Mon-Fri, Two for One meals every Monday evening and the best thing is you can leave your car at the park and the courtesy bus which operates 7 days a week, will pick you up at the park and drop you back so you can relax and have a couple of drinks without the worry of driving home.

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Mogo Zoo

Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo situated 10km south of Batemans Bay in the picturesque and historic gold mining village of Mogo. They are an organisation committed to the survival of endangered animals and provide world standard facilities for over 200 animals of more than 42 rare and exotic species, including the White Lions of ‘Timbavati’. Mogo Zoo also boasts the largest collection of primates in any private zoo in Australia.

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Montague Island

This protected Island within the Batemans Marine Park features thousands of years of ongoing Aboriginal heritage, over 125 years of ongoing lighthouse history, a rich marine environment around a diverse Island ecology, NSW’s largest Little Penguin and Fur Seal colonies, seasonably variable wildlife – always something different, a place to visit, connect and come back to.

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Birdland Animal Park

Birdland Animal Park is a delightful and intimate hands-on experience. Forest paths wind through eight acres of sweeping waterfront trees and landscaped gardens brimming with native Australian animals, birds and reptiles. Most creatures trot up for hand feeding and patting. Cute orphan baby wombats (under Birdland’s rear and release program) love to be cuddled. Have your picture taken beside a koala at feeding time. Perhaps try a snake around your neck while the majestic (and amorous) goanna looks on! Black swans, pelicans and egrets are just some of the regular visitors to the duck walk along the estuary bend.

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