Come and visit Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba NSW. You'll discover 2 beautifully restored and maintained victorian villages
Central Tilba and Tilba Tilba are two villages near the Princes Highway in Eurobodalla Shire, New South Wales, Australia. Central Tilba is located around 10 kilometres south south west of Narooma and is 60 kilometres north of Bega. Nestled in the foothills of Gulaga - Mt Dromedary National Park, Central Tilba is protected by the National Trust because of it's unique historical nature.
The area was originally inhabited by the Yuin Aboriginal tribe. Tilba Tilba is the original name of the district, and is said to be a Thawa Aboriginal term for "many waters". The town was settled during theAustralian gold rushes of the nineteenth century. At the 2011 census, the "state suburb" of Central Tilba (including Tilba Tilba and surrounding areas) had a population of 391 people.
Tilba Tilba is in the Eurobodalla Nature Coast skirted by the gorgeous Sapphire Coast to the south. With so many attractions Tilba is an ideal option for a day trip. We have bushwalking, beaches, lakes, national parks, shops, galleries and fantastic cafes to explore and enjoy. Experience living history and explore all that Tilba has to offer surrounded by rolling countryside and stunning landscapes.
Passionfish Candles & Gifts is a little treasure of a shop just waiting to be discovered. So get off the beaten track and discover all that Central Tilba has to offer.