• Tathra came into existence as a small jetty, which served as a shipping outlet for a group of local farmers in the 1850's. Today its historic steamer wharf is a popular fishing platform and the only one of its kind left on the State's coast. To the north of Tathra is Mimosa Rocks National Park, a 17 kilometre strip of coast where crashing waves have eaten away at the cliffs leaving honeycomb-like caves. To the south, Bournda National Park has spectacular isolated beaches, lakes and rugged cliffs while at the northern end of Tathra Beach is Mogareeka Inlet, a safe

  • Tathra Oysters
    Tathra Oysters

    Tathra Oysters are grown in the pristine waters of Nelsons Lake in Mimosa Rocks National

  • Bournda National Park
    Bournda National Park

    A diversity of water environments, salt and freshwater lakes, an attractive lagoon and creek and

  • Tathra Wharf
    Tathra Wharf

    Tathra is a coastal town rich in history and traditions of the sea. Tathra Wharf

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