Things to do near
South Coast NSW
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Blue Bay (10369.1 km from South Coast NSW)
The crystal-clear blue water and fine sandy stretch bordered by takamaka trees have secured Pointe d'Esny Beach a 'must do' status while visiting Mauritius.
This small and largely residential beach neighbourhood has resisted large-scale development and has no hotels on its beaches.
The neighbouring village of Mahébourg is a great place to...
Galleries and Museums
Roches Noires (10375.4 km from South Coast NSW)
A selection of jewelry, using Italian glass, the beads are individually made in a flame. Visitors are welcome to visit the artists at work. All products are hand made and all our creations are unique. Lessons on how to make beads are available at the studio.
Pereybere (10392.6 km from South Coast NSW)
Péreybère Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius offering excellent swimming conditions. Known as a family beach, it has a calm lagoon that is safe for small children to paddle in.
The white sandy beach consists of finely ground coral – it’s so soft, it's almost like velvet. Although it is popular and can get crowded on...
Grand Bay (10393.3 km from South Coast NSW)
Grand Baie La Croisette is a totally new concept of urban lifestyle in Mauritius.
Its mixed-use development encompasses modern urban living, spaces to enjoy and a mix of leisure activities.
The complex sits on a 29 arpent urban lot, complete with a central outdoor esplanade, grade A offices, luxury apartments, trendy and upscale retail shops and...
Galleries and Museums
Port Louis (10399.4 km from South Coast NSW)
Studio 44 Mauritius exhibits handmade glass creations including a selection of jewellery. Using Italian Glass, unique beads are individually created in a flame. Visitors are welcome to visit the artists at work. Lessons on how to make beads are on offer at the studio.
Black River (10406.5 km from South Coast NSW)
The Chamarel waterfalls are next to the seven coloured earths
Tamarin (10408.6 km from South Coast NSW)
A 18-hole Championship Golf Course designed by Rodney Wright. This Par 72 challenging course undulates over 43 hectares of rugged savannah land frammed with mature trees and crossed by the Rempart River.
Anse Volbert (11032.4 km from South Coast NSW)
Resplendent with exotic birds and trees, this crescent-shaped, two-mile beach is still pristine. A perfect location to try out some snorkelling.
Seychelles (11042.7 km from South Coast NSW)
Friendly Golf Club 9 Holes Double Tee boxes to make 18
Mare Anglaise (11056.4 km from South Coast NSW)
The Blue Sea Divers Center (certified FFESSM, CEDIP, PADI AND CMAS) is ideally located at the very heart of the action right on Beau Vallon Beach on Mahé Island in Seychelles, near the marine reserve, and enjoys access to the most beautiful dive sites of the island which will leave you breathless.
Morondava (11831.4 km from South Coast NSW)
Approximately 40 minutes north of Morondava, the world famous Avenue of the Baobabs is a photographer’s paradise. The excursion includes a visit to the Baobabs in Love; a wonderful excursion for an afternoon picnic or a romantic outing at sunset.
Paje (12690.3 km from South Coast NSW)
The Seaweed Centre offers tours of seaweed farms and the factory where soap and other cosmetics are produced. It is a great project that supports the local women, provides interesting information and sells special souvenirs.
Bwejuu (12691 km from South Coast NSW)
Stroll down the beach from Vanilla Arches to the world of Crazy Mzungos, Swahili for ‘crazy tourist’.
This funky, fresh beach bar and lounge offers awesome cocktails and fresh organic food served right on the beach. The chef will impress you with his Chilli Fried Crab Claws or Saffron Seafood Dish.
Be a crazy mzungo and have your photograph taken...
Uroa (12707.1 km from South Coast NSW)
Uroa Beach is situated at Uroa, a quaint fishing village inhabited by friendly and hospitable people. Take long relaxing walks and check out the sandbanks during low tide.
Energetic? Try kite surfing, beach volleyball, soccer, bowling, beach tennis or snorkel and dive the reefs. There is a diving centre with Italian instructors next to the...
Zanzibar (12714.7 km from South Coast NSW)
The Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park is the only national park in Zanzibar. Here you can see the extremely rare red colobus monkey, the Sykes monkey, nocturnal Zanzibar tree hyrax and bush babies, over 50 species of butterfly and 40 species of birds. The legendary Zanzibar Leopard is thought to still exist here.