Tilba's historic pub - The Dromedary, has changed hands!

A big welcome to new owners - Susan Gray and Jeremy Corfield!

Jeremy, who grew up in Wollongong, has ties to this region through his father's family. His dad spent his early life in Tuross Head and he still has family in the area. Susan is originally from the UK.

Jeremy and Susan say:

"We hope we can breathe new life into this beautiful old pub!

We want 'The Drom' to once again become the lounge room of the town.

We've got a great team who are extending a warm welcome to locals and tourists, year round.

Warren is the manager, supported by Wendy and others who are familiar faces to Tilba residents.

We're extremely grateful to everyone for their promise to support us as we bring 'The Drom' back to life.

She's been pretty well looked after over the years, but there's a lot to do to bring some of the facilities up to scratch.

We'll be renovating all the bathrooms as soon as possible and refurbishing the upstairs rooms so that they can once again be available as B&B accommodation.

We'll also be giving the back shed a bit of a tidy up so it can be used for small events. But we ask that you please bear with us!

We'll post on 'The Drom' facebook page as we make progress!

We hope everyone will come in and say hi!"


Our 123 year old local - The Drom

Our 123 year old local - The Drom

New.. Sensational.. La Galette .. Tilba Tilba

Restaurant dining in Tilba Tilba! 

La Galette has become a very popular cafe destination in Tilba Tilba since opening in June.

On Saturday night Patricia and the team celebrated Bastille Day by opening as a restaurant in the evening for the first time.

A full house enjoyed the special menu and the very festive atmosphere!

More special dinner evenings are planned for the future (probably as a monthly event) - so keep an eye on the La Galette Facebook page for updates and details. 

#visittilba #dining #beautifultilba 

- images and text by  Silverdory Productions for Beautiful Tilba

The Whales are Back

Every year, the waters of NSW South Coast play host to scores of humpback whales and southern right whales as they migrate north throughout June and early July and return southwards from around September to November. 

Whale watching tours  are the perfect way to experience up close the antics of these mighty marine creatures.

But you'll also be thrilled by sightings when you scan offshore Eurobodalla Coast from vantage points on land

Check out Eurobodalla Tourism for more information on these spectacular, much loved visitors.


Welcome to the South Coast of NSW

As you can imagine, there is much to do and see. A good place to start your research is the South Coast Travel Guide website which lists all activities and all cafes and restaurants in the Eurobodalla. The website is easy to navigate, has great local info on beaches, history, what to do and where to go to make sure that you don't miss a thing. You will also find all the local tourism brochures and flyers on the website for your convenience. ENJOY