Serving the South Coast economy
The southernmost deep-water harbour in NSW, Port of Eden facilitates the South Coast’s key industries: fishing, forestry and tourism.
Serving the region’s import and export needs, Port of Eden is also home to one of NSW’s largest fishing fleets and provides a tourism gateway to the southern NSW coast.
Each year, around 100 commercial vessels, including a growing number of cruise ships, visit the Port of Eden’s three wharves: a privately owned woodchip terminal, the multi-user Royal Australian Navy wharf, and the Eden Cruise Wharf.
The Eden Whale festival combines whale watching from shore and sea with live shows, hands on family fun, outdoor entertainment, photography, film, music, seafood and local produce.
Eden Welcome Centre
The Eden Welcome Centre will be a new building located on the fisherman’s co-op site in Eden, facilitating the movement of over 100,000 cruise passengers to the local region each year.
Killer Whale Museum
Come and explore the most incredible human and killer whale partnership ever witnessed on the planet.