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Sydney Weekender showcases the South East

Batemans Bay and Broulee were featured over the weekend on Sydney Weekender Mike Whitney and his crew were down in the region checking out the area on land and on sea, enjoying the true natural beauty, the food and the brilliant bush accommodation we are all familiar with in our own backyard.

In the first video below Mike tries out stand up paddle boarding, kayaking and snorkeling teaming up with Shane Wehner from Total Eco Adventures to paddle the mangroves on the Tomaga River and then diving around Barlings Island Dinner at Republique then staying at The Bower at Broulee ‘glampervanning' in the Bower's latest addition – a super smart and super-comfy Airstream caravan.

VIDEO: Sydney Weekender visits Batemans Bay and Broulee

The Sydney Weekender crew did a great visit to Central Tilba staying at the spectacular Tilba Lake Camp and learning a bit of the Koorie culture from indigenous guide Dwayne Bannon-Harrison.

VIDEO: Sydney Weekender visits Tilba

The crew also covered Eastwood’s Deli and Cooking School in Bermagui as part of their South East explore. Part café, part delicatessen and part cooking school, Eastwood’s Deli in Bermagui is a culinary triple threat that gives you plenty of reasons to keep coming back.

VIDEO: Sydney Weekender visits Eastwoods at Bermagui

Sydney Weekender, Australia’s favourite travel show, is celebrating 25 years this year!

Hosted by Mike Whitney, the popular Channel Seven television program travels around Sydney and throughout New South Wales to explore the best places to stay, eat and play, and to help you make the most of your weekend.

Sydney Weekender is on Sunday’s at 5.30pm on Channel 7 in Sydney, and across NSW & the A.C.T. on the PRIME Network. It’s then repeated a week later on 7TWO, nationally.

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