Pambula Beach: Why live in Pambula Beach?
Pambula Beach Real Estate & Design
Pambula Beach real estate has an interesting perhaps eclectic mix. The desirable location and magnificent views has seen property maximised. Older houses have been updated or replaced, the rear section subdivided and large, modern homes constructed. Contemporary brick and tile houses line a number of the streets with later subdivisions exhibiting a wider variety of wooden, rendered and corrugated iron homes. One feature they all share is large northern facing verandas or balconies that overlook the beach. The golden mile of Pambula Beach is Coraki Drive. Properties on this elevated street have particularly good views of the ocean and the river mouth.
Pambula Beach has a small general store that also supplies take away food. Further shopping opportunities are available at nearby Pambula or Merimbula.
Schools, Education & Institutions
Primary aged school children living in Pambula Beach attend the Pambula Public Primary School. The South Coast Anglican College has a primary campus and the local Catholic parish is due to transfer their primary school to the nearby college. Secondary students are able to attend the Eden Marine High School or the Lumen Christi Catholic College located in Pambula Beach. Bus services are provided for all school aged children although many children in this area walk or are driven by parents.
Distance from Cities & Transportation
Pambula Beach is an approximate five minute drive to Pambula and a ten minute drive to Merimbula. State and Interstate bus lines offer daily services to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra from either Merimbula or Bega. The Merimbula airport has daily flights to and from Melbourne and Sydney.
Sports & Fitness
The Pambula Beach Surf Club is well supported within the area. There is an excellent nippers section. Men’s and women’s rowing teams train regularly and have competed successfully. The sporting grounds are home to a wide range of activities including netball and basketball courts, skateboard park and soccer and rugby oval. Alongside the sporting grounds is the Pambula Aquatic Centre which has recently undergone a dramatic transformation from a small rural swimming pool to an undercover, heated pool and gymnasium that offers learn to swim classes and water fitness activities.
Restaurants & Cafes
PB’s is the local takeaway café. There are ample dining experiences available in the nearby Pambula and Merimbula areas. Wheelers at Pambula offer oyster farm tours and excellent seafood dining. The local clubs provide great value for money for family dining and for a memorable occasion The Grange is definitely worth a visit.
The famous landmark of Pambula Beach would unreservedly be the beach. A magnificent part of the far south coast, Pambula Beach is a beautiful beach to swim or surf at or simply stroll along. The long stretch of sand that leads to Merimbula is an excellent jogging track for many.
Pambula Beach is a picturesque township nestled on the side of the hills overlooking the magnificent stretch of sand and water that leads to Merimbula. Pambula, the inland village to Pambula Beach, has a rich and varied history. It was settled in the 1830s and still retains many examples of original colonial buildings. Pambula Beach has long been recognised as a beautiful place for a holiday with the added appeal of the surf beach and the river mouth. Families have been travelling to Pambula Beach for generations and holiday houses have been passed down from family to family. The launch of the Pambula Caravan Park began a new era of holidaymakers and has been an incredible success, making Pambula Beach one of the busiest places of the far south coast over the Christmas period. The area has slowly developed over the years and has now developed its own unique residential beach living style. While holiday houses remain they are now intermingled with a larger percentage of locally owned and occupied properties.
So if you are looking for Pambula Beach Real Estate, why not talk to one of our sales team at Fisk and Nagle.