Tura Beach, NSW 2548

4.8(6 reviews)

Ranked 1st best suburb by locals in South Eastern Region, NSW

Great for

  • Peace and quiet
  • Resale or rental value
  • Cost of living
  • Parking
  • Neighbourly spirit

Not great for

  • Gym and fitness
  • Schools

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Retirees
  • LGBTQ+
  • Country Lovers

Reviews of Tura Beach, NSW

10th December 2021

"Tura beach the nest"

Tura has just everything going for it.Great views of the ocean great golf course a large WoolWorths and other shops and the biggest thing is great people of all ages

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
2
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24th November 2021

"A lovely peaceful place to be"

Tura is a great place to live. Quiet, friendly. The kind of place where people enjoy looking after their houses and gardens.
The only downside for me is that the beach is not great for walking or swimming- most people here drive to Merimbula for that.
There’s also not really any cafes or things to do in the evening- it’s more the kind of place where you go to a neighbour’s house for a bbq. If you want nightlife, Tura is definitely not your place!
But it’s only a ten minute drive from Merimbula and in summer it’s always great to get back here away from the Merimbula crowds. A lovely spot.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
2
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David Dwyer real estate agent
David Dwyer
One Agency Dwyer Properties
23rd May 2020

"Tura Beach is a gem"

Tura Beach is one of the gems of the Sapphire Coast. Located about 3km north of Merimbula and a short drive from Tathra, Bega and Pambula, it is positioned to enjoy a variety of beaches and shopping centres. Tura Beach is primarily a residential area with a small shopping centre which includes Woolworths and Harvey Norman.

There are a mix of demographics ranging from young families to retirees. The Northern end of Tura Beach is the newer area which has the more modern and generally larger homes. The exclusive area of Tura Beach is around the Dolphin Cove and The Point areas, with houses often selling over the million dollar mark.

Tura Beach is home to a beautiful yet hilly golf course and Tura Beach Country Club which also has bowls and tennis facilities. The Beaches are beautiful but dangerous for swimming with no patrol beaches in this area. However beach fishing is very popular and Australian salmon and gummy sharks are often sought.

Tura Beach is a very quiet and relaxed location and crime is very low. It is a very safe location to raise a family and retirees can feel safe living there.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
1
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"Cosy little town that has a lot to offer"

We have owned 2 blocks of land in Tura for over 10 years. Unfortunately their is not a permanent Fire Station within 3 hours drive and therefore it would be hard for me to commute and live in Tura. We are in the process of developing homes on both blocks and hope to keep one for holiday purposes and possible holiday letting, however, the real estate agents in the area are very negative when it comes to the rental market and state that it is a low socio- demographic. They also promise a lot with very little delivery.

Great for

  • Would be good if they develop the school site on Pacific Way
  • Good to see woolies supermarket and fuel move in however local business probably not as happy
  • Tavern is great, on the few times of been there food has been excellent
  • Lots of bush
  • Lovely Golf Course
  • Streets are well laid out, underground power

Not great for

  • Does seem to be a lot of dole bludgers around which is a shame
  • Don't have any

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Country Lovers
  • Trendy & Stylish
  • Beach Lovers
1
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"If this is heaven, then we have arrived!!"

Tura Beach is roughly a 5 minute drive north of Merimbula. Having bought our lovely park-like property several years ago, we have this year retired here. There is a lovely big new Woolworths containing specialty shops to cover all ones needs. We were told we would have trouble finding a doctor, but the medical centre here in Tura has been outstanding. The people are friendly and have made us feel most welcomed. We certainly have no regrets.

Great for

  • Lovely Golf Course
  • Streets are well laid out, underground power
  • Lots of bush

Not great for

  • Don't have any

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • LGBT+
  • Hipsters
  • Country Lovers
  • Beach Lovers
1
flowerfairy
flowerfairy

Hello, we are im our 70s and thinking about retiring to Tura Beach but have read negative reports re Medical. Are you still happy with medical facilities in Tura Beach? Thank you

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Rentals in Tura Beach

"Amazing! Beautiful town!"

The most beautiful beach side town on the South Coast of NSW, by far!

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
0
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