Pambula, a name derived from the Yuin Aboriginal Tribe meaning two waters. This historical township is a coastal seaside paradise full of history and rich in appreciation of its culture.
Its where the mountains roll down to the seaside and coastal walking tracks meander around secluded estuaries and natural beaches. You can enjoy lunch with the kangaroos or take a horse ride down Pambula Beach. The township is located 1km from its main beach and is rich in history dating back to the 1850s. Gold was once discovered in the Pambula Goldfields and precious gems are still found today.
Discover dolphins making their pilgrimage up the Pambula River chasing small crustaceans and squid. Take a tranquil river cruise and see aboriginal middens over 2,000 years old. Whether it be country style crafts, delightful olde worlde restaurants, unique local products or the village country markets, Pambula has something for everyone.