The town's name reflects what you will indeed find in Eden - a beautiful natural wonderland. Situated on the rugged coastline of Australia's New South Wales, Eden is nestled amongst national parks, wilderness areas and enticing beaches. It's considered one of Australia's best locations for oyster farming, so bring your appetite. Eden and its surrounding landscapes offer an abundance of outdoor activities on the water and by land.
Port Name & Location Port of Eden, Eden New South Wales. Ships will either dock or tender in this port (depending on ship size).
Time Zone AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) UTC/GMT +10 hours
Language The official language is English (Australian English).
Currency & Shopping The currency in Eden is the Australian Dollar (AUD). VISA and MasterCard are accepted everywhere that takes credit cards. Eden Rise Village offers fashion, jewellery, food, and other services.
Best Way to Get Around The best way to get around Eden is by public bus transportation (which also includes rides to neighbouring cities) and its local taxi service.
Famous For One of the world’s best destinations for whale watching.
Fun Fact #1 Eden’s Killer Whale Museum is home to one of the world’s most famous Killer Whales, Old Tom, who weighed more than 12,000 pounds was 22 feet long.
Fun Fact: Foodies Bega is famous for its cheese, whilst oysters are a speciality in Pambula. In the deep-sea fishing town of Bermagui, you'll find yellowfin tuna and marlin on the menu.
A Variety of Choices
We know the destinations you'll be visiting and what there is to see, do and experience. We offer you a variety of excursions to choose from, in every port you'll visit.
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PORTS OF CALLEMBARK
Burnie (Tasmania) (Australia);
Dunedin (Port Chalmers) (New Zealand);
Akaroa (New Zealand);
Wellington (New Zealand);
Napier (New Zealand);
Tauranga (Rotorua) (New Zealand);
Auckland (New Zealand);