Twofold Bay Beach Resort – EdenBIG4 Park

Park Overview

Imagine a beachside location on the magnificent shores of Twofold Bay, within minutes of Eden along the NSW Sapphire Coast - here lies Twofold Bay Beach Resort, conveniently located midway between Sydney and Melbourne with Canberra only 3 hours away.

Set amongst five hectares of natural parkland with easy beach access and spacious accommodation overlooking the beach, Twofold Bay Beach Resort is everything you've dreamed of for your holiday getaway. Our range of accommodation from caravanning, camping, villas and cabins ensure that Twofold Bay Beach Resort will make your holiday truly memorable.

Rating: 3.5 Star*

Features of the Park

  • Absolute beach frontage
  • Large grassed sites
  • Resort swimming pool
  • Children's splash pool
  • Children's playground
  • Huge jumping pillow
  • Heated outdoor king size spa
  • Competition sized tennis court
  • Fully equipped camp kitchen
  • Large entertainment area including flat screen TV
  • Barbecues
  • Kiosk
  • Children holiday programs

Nearby

  • Fishing
  • Whale Watching
  • Killer Whale Museum
  • Greencape Lighthouse
  • Ocean Wilderness Sea Kayaking
  • Sapphire Coast
  • Eden Wharf (Snug Cove)
  • Marine Discovery Centre
  • Historic Seahorse Inn

 

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*Please note our property is self rated

Rates start from

$35.00

(Powered site)

or

$105.00

(Cabin)

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Location - NSW

Accommodation

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
Deluxe Bay View Spa Villa

The Deluxe Bay View Spa Villa has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • Double size bed and 1 set of bunk beds in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen with dishwasher
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television and Foxtel
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Climate control split system air-conditioning
  • Filtered bay views
  • Verandah with spa
  • outdoor setting
  • Sleeps 6

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
Ocean View Villa

The Ocean View Villa has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • 2 sets of bunk beds in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen with dishwasher
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television with Foxtel
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Climate controlled split system air-conditioning
  • Verandah with outdoor setting
  • Filtered bay views
  • Sleeps 6

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
Deluxe Villa

The Deluxe Villa has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • 2 set of bunk beds in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television with Foxtel
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Climate controlled split system air-conditioning
  • Verandah with outdoor setting
  • Sleeps 6

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
Pool View Villa

The Pool View Villa has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • 2 set of bunk beds in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television with Foxtel
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Climate controlled split system air-conditioning
  • Outdoor setting
  • Sleeps 6

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
Beachfront Villa

The Beachfront Villa has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen or Double size bed in main bedroom
  • 1 set of bunk beds in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television with Foxtel
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Outdoor setting
  • Sleeps 4

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
                    Ensuite Cabin

The Ensuite Cabin has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • 2 sets of bunk beds in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Outdoor setting
  • Sleeps 6

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
                    Ensuite Site

The Ensuite sites have level parking for a caravan or motorhome and include:

  • Ensuite shower, toilet and hand basin.
  • Easy access to power and water

Twofold Bay Beach Resort
Powered Site


The powered caravan and camping sites are grassed with easy access to power and water.

 

This information is provided to ensure a safe and pleasant visit with us:

  • All rates are quoted in Australian dollars and GST is applied.
  • Rates apply to TWO guests unless otherwise stated.  Additional persons incur an additional charge per person.
  • An adult refers to 16+ years, children refer to 3-15 years and infants refer to 0-2 years and are free of charge.
  • Cancellation Policy:
  • One night's accommodation will be charged if less than seven (7) days’ notice of cancellation is received.
  • 50% of one night's accommodation will be charged if less than fourteen days (14) notice is received
  • Full refund will be made if cancelled greater than fourteen (14) days from arrival.
  • No refund applicable for early departure.
  • All cancellations must be in writing direct to the property
  • Extra conditions may apply during peak periods

For your children’s wellbeing and safety - "Children under the age of 9 years are not permitted to use the top bunk and children must not play on top bunk" - Work Law Health & Safety state that operators must comply with the Australian Standard AS/NZS 4220:2010.

Credit Card transaction fees will be applied to all payments made by credit card and the following fees apply:
Visa & MasterCard 1.1% Inc.
AMEX & Diners 3.85% Inc.
Debit Card and EFTPOS transactions do not attract fees.
If paid by credit card, the surcharge is refundable.

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Getting There

Twofold Bay Beach Resort - GPS Coordinates
Latitude -37.09957
Longitude 149.87008
 

S37° 5.9742’, E149° 52.2048’

Please use Boydtown for suburb/town reference in GPS devised rather than Eden


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How far is?

Twofold Bay Beach Resort is approximately 268km from Canberra, 547km from Melbourne’s CBD & 485km from Sydney’s CBD. REX Airlines fly from/to Merimbula and Sydney 

Getting to / from Canberra Airport

  • Driving Time - Domestic – 3 hours and 30 minutes/International – 3 hours and 30 minutes
  • Distance - Domestic - 370kms/International - 370kms

Canberra Airport is a modern facility approximately quarter of an hour away from the centre of Canberra. The international and domestic terminals are easily accessible by car, taxi and bus.

Getting to / from Melbourne Airport

  • Driving Time - Domestic – 7 hours /International – 7 hours
  • Distance - Domestic - 573kms/International - 573kms

Tullamarine Airport, Melbourne, is a modern facility approximately half an hour away from the centre of Melbourne. The international and domestic terminals are easily accessible by car, taxi and bus.

Getting to / from Sydney Airport

  • Driving Time - Domestic – 6 hours and 30 minutes/International – 6 hours and 30 minutes
  • Distance - Domestic - 473kms/International - 473kms

Sydney Airport is a modern facility approximately half an hour away from the centre of Sydney. The international and domestic terminals are easily accessible by car, taxi and bus.

 


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Canberra to Eden

  • Driving Time - 2 hours and 50 minutes
  • Distance - 282 kms

Canberra

Canberra is one of the world's greatest examples of urban planning and landscape architecture, thanks to the visionary work of Chicago-born designer, Walter Burley Griffin. It is the home of Australia’s Parliament House, National Gallery, National Museum and War Memorial, as well as many more significant cultural and architectural offerings.

In 1899, the country’s colonial premiers agreed that the Federal Capital would be in New South Wales, but no closer than 160 km from Sydney. The Federal Capital Territory finally came into being on 1 January 1911 and an international competition was launched to devise an overall plan for the city. The winner was a young American, Walter Burley Griffin. The city was named Canberra, after a local Aboriginal name meaning "meeting place".

Things to do

  • :Explore Canberra's impressive museums and galleries
  • Soar over the capital in a hot air balloon
  • Visit botanic gardens, nature reserves and see mobs of kangaroos at Namadgi National Park

Cooma

Cooma is the commercial and social hub of the Monaro Plains and Snowy Mountains region. Tourism is a growth industry across the region and Cooma is recognized for its winter attractions such as snow sports and après ski activities, as well the region is becoming an excellent summer destination too.

The Cooma-Monaro district offers a broad range of activities for visitors, whether you're interested in history, scenery, adventure or wine.

Bega

Bega is the rural centre of the Sapphire Coast, set at the gateway to the rolling pastures of the lush Bega Valley.
It is prime dairy country, long famous for Bega Cheese and home to the Heritage Centre detailing the legacies of culture and history.
Cheese and wine are the perfect combination and Bega has the best of both. The Family Museum records the story of the region with an insight into its colonial past.

Merimbula

Merimbula has a Mediterranean feel that is emphasized by its restaurants which create a unique style of flavours from fresh local product. Main Beach Merimbula has 5km to surf, fish or stroll and attracts surfers, wave sailing and swimming.
Canoeing is popular in the sheltered waters in front of the town. Walk along the picturesque esplanade or through intriguing alleys that make Merimbula unique and embark on a journey in food discovery that is hard to beat.

Pambula

Pambula is known for its quality local crafts, nostalgic old world restaurants, unique local produces and mix of pastoral and coastal activities.
The second Sunday of each month a quality craft market and trash and treasure market are held. Pambula Beach is ideal for families with the estuary, beach, ocean and lake all close by. Excellent coastal walking paths lead to beautiful beaches and dolphins make regular visits to the Pambula River.

Eden

Situated on the magnificent waters of Twofold Bay, Eden is a town marked by its unusual history. Once a major whaling district in New South Wales for most of the 19th century and up until 1930, it is now a winter hot spot for the annual migration of whales between Antarctica and the warmer winter waters to the north. Best time to whale watch (October - November) each year when whales are on their southern migration. Twofold Bay also offers all weather diving and daily fishing trips or simply cruise the Bay, where dolphins, fairy penguins and whales may also be seen. A visit would not be complete without a visit to the Killer Whale Museum, home to an extensive history of the magnificent creature that forms so much of Eden's history.

Albury - Wodonga to Eden

  • Driving Time - 6 hours and 50 minutes
  • Distance - 551 kms

Albury - Wodonga

A thriving modern city with a leisurely country style, Albury Wodonga is a charming mix of stately heritage buildings, established parks and gardens and tree-lined streets. The Murray River flows between the twin cities, winding through a magnificent unspoiled landscape of rolling valleys, hills and lush farmlands. Once a busy trade route for paddle steamers, the river is now very much a part of Albury Wodonga's relaxed and attractive lifestyle.

The city’s rich history and pioneer heritage is reflected in the grand architecture of its buildings, most notably the restored Albury Railway Station. Originally completed in 1882, it remains one of the most imposing and significant country stations in Australia.
Discover the many different local museums and art galleries, and enjoy the fine wines, gourmet foods and abundant local produce. Albury Wodonga is also widely renowned for its outdoor recreation opportunities, from the city’s first-class sporting facilities to some of the best freshwater fishing in Victoria in the surrounding rivers and the popular water sports destination of nearby Lake Hume.

Holbrook

Holbrook is a rural town within driving distance to the Murray River and Dora Dora State Forest. Once named Germantown, Holbrook is in the centre of a productive pastoral district. Holbrook has an ever increasing array of interesting retail outlets including Cafés, Antiques, Curios as well as more necessary items. The Woolpack Inn Museum has a wonderful collection of historical items displayed in a former hotel on the Highway, and with a wonderful collection of transport vehicles, a working blacksmith forge, a former cordial factory and more.

Cooma

Cooma is the commercial and social hub of the Monaro Plains and Snowy Mountains region. Tourism is a growth industry across the region and Cooma is recognized for its winter attractions such as snow sports and après ski activities, as well the region is becoming an excellent summer destination too.

The Cooma-Monaro district offers a broad range of activities for visitors, whether you're interested in history, scenery, adventure or wine.

Merimbula

Merimbula has a Mediterranean feel that is emphasized by its restaurants which create a unique style of flavours from fresh local product. Main Beach Merimbula has 5km to surf, fish or stroll and attracts surfers, wave sailing and swimming.
Canoeing is popular in the sheltered waters in front of the town. Walk along the picturesque esplanade or through intriguing alleys that make Merimbula unique and embark on a journey in food discovery that is hard to beat.

Eden

Situated on the magnificent waters of Twofold Bay, Eden is a town marked by its unusual history. Once a major whaling district in New South Wales for most of the 19th century and up until 1930, it is now a winter hot spot for the annual migration of whales between Antarctica and the warmer winter waters to the north. Best time to whale watch (October - November) each year when whales are on their southern migration. Twofold Bay also offers all weather diving and daily fishing trips or simply cruise the Bay, where dolphins, fairy penguins and whales may also be seen. A visit would not be complete without a visit to the Killer Whale Museum, home to an extensive history of the magnificent creature that forms so much of Eden's history.

Facilities

Entertainment

  • Heated outdoor spa
  • Playground
  • Resort style swimming pool
  • Tennis Court
  • Basketball court (half court)
  • Badminton, volleyball & Bocce
  • Beach access
  • Jumping Pillow
  • Large entertainment are including flat screen TV
  • Children's splash pool
  • Children's holiday programs

Amenities

  • BBQ facilities
  • Camp kitchen
  • WiFi
  • LP Gas refills
  • Sullage and dump point
  • Kiosk
  • 2 amenity blocks
  • 3 guest laundries

Services

  • Boat ramp approximately 2 km from the park
  • Sorry no pets

Attractions & Events

Local Events Calendar - 2013/14

July  
August  
September
  • 12 - 14 
    Sapphire Coast Orchid Club Spring Orchid Show
October  
November
  • 3 - 4 
    Eden Whale Festival
December  
January
  • 12
              Pambula Annual Show
February  
March
  • 1 - 8
    Eden Amateur Fishing Club Tournament
  • 2 - 11
    Sculpture on the Edge (TBC)
  • 3 - 8
    Mountains to Beach (TBC)
  • 10 - 11 
    Bermagui Seaside Fair
April
  • 5
             Bega Valley Relay for Life
  • 18 -21
    Easter
  • 18 -20
    Four Winds Festival
May
  • 4 - 5
             Narooma Oyster Festival (TBC)
June
  • 7 - 10
             Merimbula Jazz Festival (TBC)
  • 9 - 23 
    TAB Saddle up Sundays Sapphire Coast
  • 9
           Bega Valley Rally
July  
   

Eden Killer Whale Museum The Eden Killer Whale Museum has been in operation for some seventy five years. Exhibitions about the shore based whaling operations from Twofold Bay during the 1800's and early 1900's include a full skeleton of 'Tom' the Killer Whale legendary Orca. Tom led a pack of killer whales in the hunt for baleen whales on their Southward migration each year along the Far South coast of NSW and herded them into Twofold Bay assisting the whalers.


Cat Balou Cruises Cat Balou Cruises operate from the Port of Eden NSW, southern gateway to NSW & the Sapphire Coast.  Cat Balou offers two cruises- their popular 2 hour Twofold Bay Discovery Cruise which operate all year and whale watching cruises from late September until late November.


Davidson's Whaling Station Located on the shores of the Kiah Inlet at Twofold Bay, the Davidson Whaling Station was the longest-operating shore-based whaling station in Australia and the last of its type to close down. Protected today as an historic site, the station will give you a unique insight into the lives and industry of the 19th century whalers.


Eden Markets Operate 1st Saturday of Every Month at the Eden Memorial Park, Calle Street. Open 8:00am-12:30pm.


Freedom Fishing Charters Offering Reef, Game and Sports Fishing along with Whale Watching and Pleasure Cruises.


Greencape Lighthouse Greencape Lighthouse was the first cast concrete lighthouse tower in Australia. It is situated in the picturesque Ben Boyd National Park and was built in 1883 and at 29 meters, is the second tallest lighthouse in NSW.


Ocean Wilderness Sea Kayaking Trips depart daily from Eden, Merimbula, Pambula Beach and Lake Wonboyn. See Twofold Bay, Bed Boyd National Park and Nadgee Nature Reserve.  Great wildlife seen on most trips.


Ben Boyd National Park Named after Benjamin Boyd, a prominent 19th-century Far South Coast entrepreneur. Its rugged coastline is a colourful display of folded red rocks, standing out against the sapphire blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.  Visit the Pinnacles and see the amazing colours in the clay formations of the cliffs.


Ben Boyd Tower Boyd's Tower, originally designed as a lighthouse by Benjamin Boyd, was built in 1847. Located in the National Park, the tower was never used as a lighthouse, however became a lookout for shore based whalers in the region.


Eden Whale Festival Street Parades, Music & Entertainment, dodgem cars, carousels, jumping castle, slides, penny arcade, food stalls, coffees, fresh local seafood, barbecue's, ice-cream, spit roasts, hot dogs, cake stalls, cooking demonstrations and more!

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