Not just a natural playground, the sapphire coast is also peppered with charming coastal towns waiting to be explored.
Much of Eden’s history revolves around Twofold Bay, the Southern Hemisphere’s third deepest harbour. Perched on this magnificent bay, Eden was once home to shore-based whaling stations, including Davidson Whaling Station, a surviving reminder of the adventure and danger that was part of life in this isolated coastal town. The legendary killer whale, Old Tom, who helped local whalers, is a character you’re bound to come across when uncovering Eden’s history. Learn about Old Tom’s intriguing story at the Eden Killer Whale Museum (find out more in the What to See section below).