Visit Batemans Bay: bringing life to the Clyde foreshore

The Batemans Bay Chamber of Commerce and Tourism and Visit Batemans Bay are thinking outside of the box and bringing a new edge to the Clyde River foreshore during the school holidays.

The stunning Autumn weather we are enjoying has enabled locals and families alike to enjoy all we have to offer on the South Coast with the region seeing a solid influx of visitors Adding to the buzz and celebrating the new, the Batemans Bay Chamber is hosting what they call Foreshore Tunes featuring local musicians from 5pm to 8pm Friday 16th - 5 to 8pm - Foreshore Tunes with Ethan Parlato Saturday 17th - 5pm to 8pm - Foreshore Tunes with MoonDog J Saturday 17th - 6pm to 8:30pm - Foreshore Fun with Sian Brigid Sian Brigid is Canberra's local circus sensation - specialising in fire performance, hula hooping, circus workshops, bubbleology and burlesque! COMING UP - April 24th Foreshore Tunes with Simon Harker 11am to 2pm Foreshore Tunes with Amanda Hancock 5pm to 8pm One of the additions to the foreshore being enjoyed by families these holidays is the large picture frame that the Chamber and Visit Batemans Bay has supported, encouraging visitors and locals to take a commemorative photo in front of the old bridge before it is demolished. So catch some live music, grab a take-away from a nearby cafe and sit back, relax and enjoy the this wonderful Autumn weather.

Photo: Leisa Tague of Rubenesque Lingerie in the Bay. Batemans Bay Business and Tourism Chamber President Mathew Hatcher said of the new Foreshore Tunes events that NSW government gave Eurobodalla Shire Council a grant for foreshore activation. Council then contacted the Batemans Bay Business and Tourism to deliver an experience.