Holiday Accommodation in Rosedale, NSW, Australia
Rosedale is a quaint coastal hamlet in Eurobodalla Shire. Less than 150 people call Rosedale a permanent home, but the relaxed and laidback lifestyle brings many visitors from the big cities to enjoy their holiday accommodation here, or book holiday rentals for a relaxing break by the sea.
Things to do and See
The beach at Rosedale is a gem and even among Australia’s many stunning beaches, Rosedale wins citations for being pristinely clean. It is a safe place for families, with calm waters and a creek, lagoon and rock pools to discover. The villagers are exceptionally proud of their beach, and have an active keep-it-clean campaign, so don’t be surprised to find yourself being pulled into conservation duty.
Being such a small place, all of the holiday activities and attractions are outside of the village, but it’s little hardship making your way from your holiday rental in Rosedale to any number of them as they are all close by.
This stunning privately owned zoo is not only a haven for animal lovers, but has one of the biggest conservation and protection program and successfully breeds endangered species at their facilities. Kids and adults of all ages will enjoy this beautiful facility, which will put the traditional image of the age old zoo to rest forever. Look out for snow leopards, monkeys, giraffes and many others.
Murramurang National Park
This incredible national park is an ecological haven, listed and protected and home to many incredible settings, ecological systems and of course the abundance of marine life and the varied wildlife.
Take a full day out of the holiday accommodation and get the whole family excited about spending a day, if not more, in the fresh air.
Take a dip in the refreshing natural tidal rock pools, check out all the kangaroos that come right onto the beaches to find food, and see loads of brightly coloured parrots and Gonnanas , the large Australian monitor lizard.
Learn to Surf
Rosedale is the perfect holiday home destination to learn how to surf. Cross surf lessons off of your bucket list and head out to the Broulee Surf School, where experienced instructors will patiently teach you a few surfing moves and have you out of your holiday accommodation and into the sparkling water in no time.
Located just outside of Rosedale and Batemans Bay, the surf instructors will also hire you all the equipment and hear you need for your lessons, including of course, the hallowed surfboard. Look out for all the information about lessons and prices at your holiday rental.
The south coast has some great dive spots and Rosedale can boast being close to Jimmy’s Island, so hire some scuba gear, a boat and get out there.
Hiking and Walking
The protected walking trails through the Australian coastal brush are excellent opportunities to see the heart of Mother Nature and her spectacular offerings in and around Rosedale.
Get some of the maps of the easy trails in your holiday accommodation and get the entire family out and about for a day up close and personal to nature. Don’t forget your camera and pack a picnic and stop at one of the numerous and picturesque picnic spots along the way.
The temperate climate of the Rosedale region brings mild and pleasant weather to Rosedale all year round. Without the searing heat, the region is perfect to visit every month of the year, no matter what the season. All the holiday accommodation in Rosedale will have the necessary comforts to ensure that no matter what season you visit, your stay will be a comfortable one.
The winter months between April and September bring cool daytime temperatures of 17C during the day, dropping down to a chilly 5C at night. Summer averages around 26C during the day, going down to 15C at night, making it very pleasant to enjoy the wonderful summer evenings outdoors with your family.
Getting there from the UK
When flying into Rosedale, the closest airport is 20km away in Moruya, which is served by Sydney International Airport. Pick up a rental car at the airport; it is advisable to organise a car rental in advance, when you book your holiday accommodation, as during the popular summer months the amount of visitors that come to Rosedale literally doubles.