In the 1860's Bodalla was primarily known for dairy farming and cheese production. Today, Bodalla is a vibrant rural village with art galleries, an eclectic array of village shops, cafes and eateries whilst maintaining its unique rural charm and dairy heritage.
Approximately 30 minutes from Moruya Airport and less than 10 minutes from the pristine beaches of Potato Point, Bodalla offers a small village lifestyle close to the coast.
120 Princes Highway, Bodalla is situated on a corner site with prominent street frontage approximately 45m and access from Laidley Avenue. This cleared 1922sqm property has a gentle slope, is partially fenced and has some vegetation along the boundary. Power, phone, and sewer connectivity nearby. NBN is available in Bodalla. The property overlooks the rolling hills and lush pastural land to the north-east with the block aspect west to east (Princes Hwy) or South to North (Laidley Avenue).
Zoned RU5, there is scope for dual occupancy, residence, shop, business, bed and breakfast, veterinary hospital, business premises, centre based child-care " all subject to council approvals. An ideal opportunity to have a balanced 'work from home', business/home lifestyle or dual occupancy with income potential (stca).
Other amenities in Bodalla include Post Office, primary school, Bodalla Hotel, Bowling Club with Chinese Restaurant, school bus services to Narooma, Moruya & Broulee, service station, Bodalla Bakery, CWA, churches of different denominations including the historic landmark, All Saints Anglican Church, on the northern outskirts of the village.
Become a part of this rural village " escape the stresses and discover a lifestyle opportunity close to beaches, the pristine waters of Tuross River (great fishing haven) and hinterland of the Bodalla Valley.