Explore the best of the South Coast at Murramarang Beachfront Holiday Resort
Fancy tasting local oysters shucked fresh from the Clyde River leases? Or meeting the local butcher for a friendly barbecue and a chat? With a spectacular location overlooking 44 kilometres of pristine coastline on the NSW South Coast, NRMA Murramarang Beachfront Holiday Resort has just reopened from a million-dollar makeover with a sparkling beachy feel just ready for holidays.
It’s been a tough couple of years for the community of Murramarang, which was impacted first by the bushfires in the summer of 2020 and since then by travel restrictions, but the team at NRMA Parks and Resorts has used some time out to our advantage, investing in a makeover for the guest villas and facilities, adding a new restaurant and upgrading all the landscaping to make it a great spot for a family getaway.
Newly styled with a beach-house theme to reflect the pristine coast with white-sanded beaches, vast sparkling ocean and pristine lakes, the guest cabins and villas have been freshly painted in marine blues, matching the waves gently breaking within earshot of the park while new furnishings are perfect for easy days by the beach.
Murramarang’s cool new look has arrived in perfect timing with travel opening up in NSW, so it’s a top choice for a well-earned break with the family.
Getting to know the locals at Murramarang
We’ve worked with local tradespeople and suppliers on the renovation, and we’re excited to be working with some of our community’s small businesses – especially our local food and drink producers – to offer a real taste of the South Coast within the park while also supporting the locals.
We’re thrilled to partner with the Oyster Life farmers on the nearby Clyde River and have set up an ‘industry first’ tank where we can store fresh oysters in the Clyde River water onsite and offer fresh oysters shucked to order for our guests. Perfect for sundowners! We’ve arranged for our friendly Murramarang butcher for regular visits at the park, so he’s getting ready for a chat, to setting up the barbie and bringing the best of the district for everyone to enjoy.
The new bistro, bar and takeaway are also putting fresh seasonal and local produce upfront on the menus, so you can dine in knowing that you’re helping out the tight-knit, resilient community.
Murramarang as basecamp for exploring
There’s loads to do in the park, with brand new free hosted events with live music, sausage sizzles, barbecues and pancake breakfasts – they’re a great way to meet new friends and the perfect start to a day’s exploring. The kids’ club has been refreshed too, ready for action.
Also new to the park are e-mountain bikes, great for guests to explore the surrounding national park and discover the secluded beaches.
Nature and adventure are right on the doorstep at Murramarang. Explore wild cliffs and striking headlands, unspoiled beaches and native bushland. The resort borders Murramarang National Park and a swag of great walking tracks leading to remote beaches and a chance to spot wildlife, from dolphins and whales to kangaroos, possums, bandicoots, echidnas, goannas and birds.
There’s great surfing all along the coast and fishing on the lakes or at the beach too – which means there’s plenty of snapping fresh seafood always available.
While there’s everything you need at NRMA Murramarang Beachfront Holiday Resort, if you do need supplies from town, we’re a short 15-minute drive from Bateman’s Bay.
We hope to see you soon as we welcome happy holidays back to Murramarang and a very bright future for the region and its community.