BIG4 Tasman Holiday Parks - Tathra Beach
Tathra, NSW

Tathra Wharf

The coastal town of Tathra remains inextricably linked to the sea – given its waterside perch on the Far South Coast, how could it not?

Heritage-listed Tathra Wharf was built in the 1860s, but it remains an important part of the Sapphire Coast community and a hub for activities among gourmands and outdoor enthusiasts – and those who like to explore with their head below water.

Out to sea, Montague Island to the north is a mecca for fur seals and fairy penguins. And many of them make their way towards the shore to play around the wharf. During the spring months, whales are a common sight on their annual migration to and from Antarctica (August to November). Prepare for some dazzling marine displays, sometimes right up close as humpback and southern right whales shelter in the calm waters of the bay.

*Please note that Tathra Wharf is currently undergoing planned restoration works to preserve the heritage site. Pedestrian access arrangements will be constrained during the works, however public access to the Wharf Café, museum and part of the Wharf deck will be maintained throughout the duration of the works.

Tathra Wharf

Wharf Road, New South Wales, 2550

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