Sydney to Eden Route
Discover the scenic beaches, vibrant towns, rural valleys, quaint villages and rainforest escarpments of the Illawarra, Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla, Sapphire, Bega Valley and Far South coasts of New South Wales.
Browse our destinations and timetables for the Sydney to Eden route below, or get in touch with one of our friendly reservation staff on 13 34 10 or via our contact form here.
Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales, and is the most populous city in Australia. The city surrounds the world’s largest natural harbour and extends west towards the scenic Blue Mountains. The city thrives on tourism, attracting millions of visitors each year. There is plenty to see and do, with some of the popular drawcards including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, the historic Rocks precinct, Sydney Tower, Royal Botanic Gardens, Bondi Beach, Taronga Zoo and the Blue Mountains.
Often referred to as 'The Gong', Wollongong is a seaside city located in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, situated on a narrow coastal strip between the mountains and the sea. Popular attractions in the area include the Wollongong harbour and lighthouse, retail and shopping precincts, surrounding beaches and coastal villages, botanic gardens, and the many scenic lookouts and drives along the escarpment and coast, including the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge.
Is a scenic seaside town in the Illawarra region of New South Wales. Its proximity to south of Sydney makes it a popular destination for day trippers, and is popular for its numerous cafes and restaurants, scenic coastline and beaches. Attractions include the Kiama Blowhole and Coastal Walk.
Note: Premier Motor Service does not operate coach services into the township of Kiama itself, with our nearest service point the suburb of Bombo, a short distance from the town.
Nowra & Jervis Bay
Nowra is a regional city situated along the Shoalhaven River, and is the main hub of the Shoalhaven district. The surrounding area is predominantly rural farmland, and is also a popular fishing and boating location. There are several tourist towns to the north including Berry and Kangaroo Valley, as well as many scenic coastal communities such as Huskisson, Hyams Beach and Jervis Bay to the south. Premier Motor Service links with Nowra Coaches for local buses services between Bomaderry Railway Station and Nowra to St Georges Basin and Jervis Bay regions.
A small coastal town on the NSW South Coast, Ulladulla is famous for its fishing harbour, Blessing of the Fleet Festival, and its indoor Funland Park. It is also close to the historic town of Milton, famous for its Heritage Pie Shop, and popular among tourists for its boutique shops and cafes. Other nearby attractions include Pigeon House Mountain and the small, idyllic beachside villages to the north and south, including Bendalong, Lake Conjola, Mollymook, Burrill Lake, and Lake Tabourie.
A small town on the South Coast of New South Wales, Batemans Bay is situated along an estuary where the Clyde River meets the Tasman Sea. It is the closest seaside town to Canberra, and is a popular destination with holidaymakers for camping, fishing and boating activities. It is also close to the historic gold mining village of Mogo, which boasts an array of boutique shops and cafes as well as Mogo Zoo.
A picturesque coastal town on the far South Coast of New South Wales, Narooma is famous for its Great Southern Blues Festival, as well as its proximity to the magnificent Montague Island. There are several scenic beaches and rock formations including Australia Rock and Glass House Rocks. The nearby coastal communities of Dalmeny and Kianga, as well as the historic Central Tilba village, are also are also popular with tourists.
A quaint little fishing village at the southern end of Horseshoe Bay, Bermagui is surrounded by scenic beaches and stunning natural rock formations, such as Camel Rock and Horse Head Rock. Also within close proximity to the picturesque Wallaga Lake, the largest lake in southern New South Wales.
A rural town on the Far South Coast of New South Wales, Bega is well known for its scenic farmland, valleys, dairy industry and locally produced cheese which is distributed across the country and exported around the world. It is also within close proximity to the stunning coastal township of Tathra, famous for its iconic fishing wharf, scenic beaches, and nearby national parks and walking trails.
A lakeside town on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales, Merimbula is a tourist town providing a wide range of holiday accommodation, and is popular for its beautiful beaches, whale and dolphin watching, scuba diving, and snorkelling. Merimbula also has a small oyster farming industry, and is renowned for its fresh rock oysters.
The most southerly town in New South Wales, situated about half way between Sydney and Melbourne, Eden is a quaint coastal town with rugged cliffs and a large sandy, surf beach. It is also popular with tourists for its whale watching tours and Whale Museum, and is within close proximity to Beowa National Park which includes scenic walking trails, Ben Boyd's Tower, picturesque beach camping, and the beautiful Green Cape Lighthouse.
Albion Park Rail
Sussex Inlet (Turn Off)
Broulee (Turn Off)
Tuross Head (Turn Off)
Dalmeny (Turn Off)
Mystery Bay (Turn Off)
Browse our full service timetables on the Sydney to Eden travel route below, including stop locations and departure times.