Edrom Lodge plus cave

Edrom Lodge is situated in a prime fishing and beauty spot within East Boyd State Forest on the far south coast of NSW. The Lodge is approximately 35km south of Eden overlooking Twofold Bay with the ability to see right back to Eden and the mountains beyond.

Built between 1910 and 1913 as a family residence, Edrom Lodge is now under long term lease. It is managed by your hosts Brian Humphreys & Christine Taylor and is available for conference, education and group activities.

All enquiries should be directed to Brian and Christine.

 

The lodge is situated at the start of the famous Light-to-Light walk from Boyd's Tower to Green Cape (near the Victorian border). With many walking tracks in the surrounding area, along with some of the best fishing waters in southern NSW, you can't beat the serenity of this wonderful, historic lodge.

The Lodge is open to anyone but preference is given to education groups. Edrom provides an ideal setting for groups studying landscaping, art and photography, as well as geology, marine biology and many other areas of study in the outdoors.

Twofold Bay panorama

If you've had your fill of people pampering you on your outings and you want to get closer to nature but still have the comforts of a bed under a solid roof and hot water in the mornings, Edrom Lodge is the place to stay!

Enjoy dormitory style accommodation for up to 68 people, across the bay from Eden with your own private beach and 20 acres of private water frontage. Suitable for large university and school groups, community groups, family holidays or business functions.

You will need to bring your own sleeping bags or blankets and linen, food and toiletries. All other facilities are provided including cooking, refrigeration and washing and ironing facilities.

Some Brochures for your interest:

Bushwalking around Edrom

Edrom Lodge - a general info sheet

Tariff Sheet and Floor Plan

Please note there is No vehicle access to Edrom Beach - boat launching facitities are
available at Eden or at nearby Fisheries Flat (8km). Canoes and kayaks can be carried down the hill.