Bodalla is a tiny village located in the Eurobodalla Shire in New South Wales. Old, colonial buildings stand on the main street and it almost feels like a step back in time. It is a great place to stop over for a few hours, especially if you’re keen to taste some local produce.
The Bodalla Dairy Shed
The Bodalla Dairy was found in 1989 and produces local milk and bush-tucker cheddar cheeses, using native Australian plants. There are always a variety of events here, including ice-cream tasting, cheese tasting, daily animal feeding and live music on Sundays. My favourite thing to do is sit up on the back verandah overlooking the mountains with a large milkshake served in a tin!
Wander the streets to check out the local shops, plus some great street art! Bodalla is brimming with creative gems. This is one of my favourites!
Blue Earth Cafe
After exploring the local shops, head over to Blue Earth, which offers delicious meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, prepared with fresh vegetables straight from their own garden. You will walk away feeling well-nourished and inspired!
The Street Library
This little street library sits quaintly on the footpath, offering many opportunities for book sharing and swapping. Have a quick look before heading off to your next destination!
Have you been to Bodalla? Where were some of your favourite places?