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Tuross Head, NSW

We bet you haven’t been to Tuross just once. The stunning scenery draws people back again and again. And the village dynamic is changing. Stately Norfolk Island pines planted early this century stand sentinel on the beautiful peninsula that is Tuross Head. A great place for fishing and boating, prawning or lazing on the beach.

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Hire a boat to chase the sweet eating fish or picnic up river. The sandy channels at the estuary mouth are popular family swimming locations. On the northern side of the town is the vast Coila Lake a popular prawning location when the lake has been open to the sea.

Classy restaurants and cafes are springing up. You can dine by the water or sip on coffee and watch the pelicans glide by and the fishing boats skim past. Enjoy the friendly club, golf or bowls.

With a wide range of accommodation, stunning scenery and sublime sunsets, Tuross really is magnificent.

Nearest Airport: Moruya (24kms)

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About Tuross Head

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Tuross Head Postcode: 2537
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: South Coast
  • Latitude: -36.06075
  • Longitude: 150.13715
  • Elevation: 25m
  • Population: 2241
  • Median Income: $25376
  • Area (Sq/km): 15.852
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Accommodation In Tuross Head

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