Tilba on the Saphire Coast NSW
Central Tilba is the historic town of the Sapphire Coast, and is known as the makers of arguably the best cheese in the world. When visiting bring some extra cash to purchase cheese from the ABC Cheese Factory, for yourself and friends back home. You won’t be disappointed.
Tilba Tilba is the original name of the district, and is said to be a Thawa Aboriginal term for “many waters”. The entire village is classified by the National Trust as the Central Tilba Conservation Area, and is located 60 kilometres north of Bega and 10 kilometres south west of Narooma.
Things to Do in Tilba
Festivals in and around Tilba
Annual Easter Festival – One of the most popular festivals in NSW is the Tilba Annual Easter Festival. Central Tilba’s main street Bate St is closed on Easter Sunday, with an amazing arrangement of activity and entertainment and for the whole family. Entertainment includes stilt walkers, buskers, street theatre and a continuous reptile awareness show. There will be Jumping castles, airbrush tattoos & face painting. Don’t forget to try your hand at the new Cheese Rolling Competition, the treacherous Egg Throwing Championship, the Bushies Boot Throwing Contest or one of the other many games & activities.
A Few Pictures from Tilba South Coast NSW