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Set like a gem into shades of green and blue, Tathra surrounds itself in natural beauty and is rich in history and traditions of the sea. Tathra Wharf is still a centre of activity today, its historic timbers standing proud and creating a focus for visitors and those wanting to cast a line. It is the only remaining sea wharf on the East Coast and watches over the main beach as it meanders three kilometres around the shoreline. Tathra Beach is patrolled in summer and protected from southerly winds making it great for surf, board riding and sailboarding. The town is home to a variety of shops, galleries and eateries all celebrating the best of the local talent and produce. Tathra is a must-ride XC mountain biking location, with over 55km and 40+ singletrack trails for adrenaline seekers to explore. The community-built trails weave through Tathra’s coastal bush setting up to 137m above sea level, and are used for recreation, club races and the legendary Tathra MTB Enduro event. To the north of Tathra is Mimosa Rocks National Park, a 17 kilometre strip of coast where crashing waves have eaten away at the cliffs leaving honeycomb-like caves. To the south, Bournda National Park has spectacular isolated beaches, lakes and rugged cliffs while at the northern end of Tathra Beach is Mogareeka Inlet, a safe swimming spot for children. Boat ramps facilitate access to the estuary and the sea.