Narooma Accommodation

This place will wow you on arrival with stunning views as you make your way down the hill into town. And it won’t stop wowing you there! Turquoise water, spectacular beaches and a real laid back lifestyle will greet you in Narooma. Enjoy a super special meal at The Whale, you won’t regret it!

BIG4 Narooma Easts Holiday Park

BIG4 Narooma Easts Holiday Park in Narooma - The Best Self-Contained NSW South Coast Accommodation - The Trusted Traveller

Location: 41 Princes Hwy, Narooma – on the inlet close to shops and eateries
Cost: from $100.00 per night
Room Types: studio and family cabins; one, two and three bedroom villas
Sleeps: up to 8 people
Facilities: full kitchen | lounge with TV and DVD | air-conditioning | on site laundry | BBQ on site 
Extras: 
some waterfront villas | on site resort style pool
Click here for more details or to make a booking.

Amooran Oceanside Apartments & Motel

Amooran Oceanside Apartments & Motel in Narooma - The Best Self-Contained NSW South Coast Accommodation - The Trusted Traveller

Location: 30 Montague St, Narooma – 5 minute walk to Main Beach
Cost: from $120.00 per night
Room Types: studio, one and two bedroom apartments
Sleeps: up to 10 people
Facilities: full kitchen | lounge with TV and DVD | air-conditioning | balcony | on site laundry | BBQ on site 
Extras: 
free Wi-Fionsite resort style pool
Click here for more details or to make a booking.


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Merimbula Accommodation

Merimbula is the perfect place to base yourself for exploring everything the Sapphire Coast has to offer. Enjoy the many beaches, head south to Ben Boyd National Park or north to Bega, home of cheese. Wander the promenade in town, stop at a waterfront café for lunch or hit the beach to soak up the sun.

Beach Cabins Merimbula

Beach Cabins Merimbula in Merimbula - The Best Self-Contained NSW South Coast Accommodation - The Trusted Traveller

Location: 47-65 Short Point Rd, Merimbula – 100 metres from Short Point Beach
Cost: from $75.00 per night
Room Types: studio and one bedroom cabins; two and three bedroom cottages
Sleeps: up to 6 people
Facilities: full kitchen | lounge with TV and DVD | air-conditioning | on site laundry | BBQ on site 
Extras: 
free Wi-Fi | some waterview cabins/cottages | onsite pool & playground
Click here for more details or to make a booking.

Albacore Apartments

Albacore Apartments in Merimbula - The Best Self-Contained NSW South Coast Accommodation - The Trusted Traveller

Location: Market St, Merimbula – on the waterfront close to shops and beaches
Cost: from $108.00 per night
Room Types: studio, one and two bedroom apartments
Sleeps: up to 4 people
Facilities: full kitchen | lounge with TV and DVD | air-conditioning | balcony | BBQ on site 
Extras: 
free Wi-Fi | onsite heated pool
Click here for more details or to make a booking.


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From Kiama in the north to Merimbula in the south, we've picked the very best self-contained accommodation on the NSW South Coast just for you! - The Best Self-Contained NSW South Coast Accommodation - The Trusted Traveller
From Kiama in the north to Merimbula in the south, we've picked the very best self-contained accommodation on the NSW South Coast just for you! - The Best Self-Contained NSW South Coast Accommodation - The Trusted Traveller

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Comments

  1. Katie says

    These all look gorgeous. Especially with the sunshine and the glasses of wine on the table! I’d love to go back to NSW and see more of the state than just Sydney. I loved spending time in the city, and heading up to the Blue Mountains (despite the fog that stopped me from actually seeing any of it), but so often it’s when you get out into the countryside that you really get a feel for the place. So thanks for this – would love to check these places out. 🙂

    • Jen Seligmann says

      Thanks Katie. I agree. I love cities but if this trip has taught me one thing, it’s that you learn more about a place but getting out into the countryside at bit.

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