Dairy farming and cheese making were introduced to the Bodalla area in the 1860s. Today you can still enjoy watching the famous cheese being made at the Bodalla Cheese Factory or enjoy delicious cheese tastings and other local dairy products next door at the Bodalla Dairy Shed. Kids of all ages will love feeding the poddy calves which occurs every morning and afternoon.
Bodalla has retained its historic character with quaint timber houses converted into galleries and shops, and the iconic granite church built in 1880. In fact, All Saints Church is now Bodalla’s most famous landmark; make sure you visit to admire the beautiful stained glass windows and glorious pipe organ shipped from England.
Other attractions nearby include Eurobodalla National Park, Potato Point, and at Beachcomber Holiday Park where large populations of friendly wallabies and kangaroos can be observed sunbaking near the beach. Sometimes, the local emus will visit with their chicks.
Travel inland to Nerrigundah; once a vibrant, bustling gold mining town but now a pretty rural outpost and home to historic Coman’s Mine and the stamper.