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Nearby Beowa National Park has endless deserted beaches that are popular for surfing and serene hidden coves that are perfect for snorkelling and kayaking. You can enjoy the many hiking trails on an afternoon bush walk or embark on a three-day hike, staying at the campgrounds along the way. Although Beowa was affected by the black summer bushfires, regrowth has already created immense areas of green beauty where the wildlife— wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas, wombats, lace monitors and birdlife — flourishes. The National Park is also home to highly significant geo-heritage sites such as the 65-million-year-old Pinnacles, created by eons of erosion, and the 360-million-year-old Devonian period red rock coastline at Red Point.
Manmade history also abounds in Eden. Several impressive historical buildings have been painstakingly renovated, including the Seahorse Inn that stands among beautiful gardens on Beermuna Beach. The Hotel Australasia, known affectionately as the Grand Old Dame, takes pride of place on the main street. Recently reopened after a 10- year closure, renovations have brought the building back to its early 1900s splendour. Cottages, houses and old whaling stations are all on the historical trail map to visit, as are coastal landmarks such as the sandstone Boyds Tower, and Green Cape Lighthouse which offers unique accommodation in its Keeper’s Cottages.
Hard working and corporate climbing in the bustling nation’s capital, these couples dream of a coastal adventure - to smell the salt air, indulge in the freshest of seafood, unplug from busy working roles, and get into the outdoors away from it all.