LAKES COAST VISITOR GUIDE I PAGE 109 (except Christmas Day) Wild Catch – the development of Eden’s abalone industry Navigating the way - Eden’s historical Pilot Station Downton Collection - East & West; Impressions of Spring; Craft Current special exhibitions: 182 Imlay Street, Eden, NSW EDEN Eden is where you’ll find turquoise sea, great beaches and beautiful national parks nearby. A laid back lifestyle making it a wonderful place to unwind. Eden is aptly named. It is a whale watching paradise between September and November. Keep an eye out for the Eden Whale Festival in late October (TBA). For seafood lovers the fishing fleet returns each day with the ocean’s bounty, that you can watch being unloaded at the wharf and can be on your plate that evening. Added to this is an abundance of oysters, abalone, and mussels. Land-based produce such as chilli delights, dairy products, olives and free range meats from the fertile pastures are also available. Wander the town, discover the indigenous stories of the Truly Eden welcomes you • Killer Whale Museum • Twofold Bay where the whales come to play • Whale watching tours • Light to Light 30km Walk • Sporting venues and golf course • Many boat launching ramps • Ben Boyd National Park Highlights Bundian Way, visit the Eden Killer Whale Museum or jump on a charter boat and explore the rugged coastline from a different perspective. The town has a deep harbour that has recently been dredged to allow bigger ships to dock and bring more visitors to explore this stunning area. The fires definitely impacted the wilderness directly south of Twofold Bay but Eden is certainly now open for business, with much to offer and the locals are very much looking forward to seeing you. Eden is the place to be if it’s whale watching you wish to see.