Pleasurelea Tourist Resort & Caravan Park


438 Beach Road
Batemans Bay NSW 2536
South Coast, Australia

Phone: (02) 4472 4258
Freecall: 
1800 639 396

Fax: 02 4472 5079

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FAR SOUTH COAST ATTRACTIONS

From the walk into and through the CBD, to Coal Bunker Wharf, Bridge, the Bridge Plaza, Bayview Hotel, Courthouse and Police residence and other heritage points in the Batemans Bay CBD, to the Mogo Zoo, Gold Rush Colony, not to mention our beautiful South Coast Beaches... there is something for everyone!

 

Contact Pleasurelea Tourist Resort to book your South Coast accommodation!

  • Pan for gold and discover the area’s gold rush history at Old Mogo Town, located in Mogo, 10 kms south of Batemans Bay.

  • Old Mogo Town caters for educational school excursions, coach tours, groups of all sizes as well as individual tourists and sightseers.

  • Find out more about the location, rates and contact details of Old Mogo Town on the NSW South Coast.

Old Mogo Town | Gold Rush Colony

Mogo Zoo

  • Located in the historic gold mining town of Mogo 10km south of Batemans Bay, Mogo Zoo is a privately owned zoo providing world standard facilities for over 100 animals.

  • Mogo Zoo have the only white lions in Australia. A must see on anyone’s visit.

  • Mogo Zoo is open from 9am to 5pm 7 days a week, except Christmas Day. Keeper talks and feeding sessions commenceat 10.30 am and 1.30 pm each day.

Batemans Bay Beaches

There are many beautiful beaches in Batemans Bayfrom surf beaches to those suitable for little kids. Here are some you may want to explore.

To The South

  • Casey’s Beach – no waves – good for little kids.

  • Denhams Beach – Surf Beach – Patrolled during January – popular with board riders.

  • Surf Beach – surf beach – patrolled during January.

  • Wimbie Beach – not many big waves.

  • Lilli Pilli – surf beach.

  • Malua Bay – Surf Beach – patrolled (surf club).

  • McKenzies Beach – surf beach – popular with board riders.

  • Broulee – surf beach – patrolled (surf club)– popular with board riders.

To The North

  • Long Beach & Maloneys Beach – Gentle waves and often not very crowded.

  • South Durras, North Durras & Depot Beach very popular surf beach with board riders.

Pleasurelea Tourist Resort is between Casey’s Beach, 

(which you can walk to – no waves) and Denhams & Surf Beach (only 1–1.5min in the car – has surf).

FAR SOUTH COAST ACCOMMODATION

Pleasurelea Tourist Resort, in it's Batemans Bay location, is the perfect place to host your South Coast holiday, central to all these and other great attractions.