Tilba is in the Eurobodalla region of New South Wales. There are two villages named Tilba: the picturesque village of Central Tilba, which is what "Tilba" usually refers to, and the even smaller Tilba Tilba, 2 km away by the river of the same name.

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Colourful shops in Central Tilba

Tilba's pipsqueak population is under 400, but on a good day this beautifully preserved rural village, nestled on a hill surrounded by lush green fields, draws more than that many visitors who come to gawk at its colourful houses and browse its boutiques.

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Map of Tilba

Both Tilbas are just off the Princes Highway, around 10 km south of Narooma, 10 km north of Bermagui and 60 km north of Bega.

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Tilba is easily covered on foot. The hardest part is really finding a place to park, since the car parks are small and often at capacity, particularly around lunchtime.

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  • 1 Wallaga Beach, Sherringham Lane. Another Eurobodalla beach.

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  • 1 Tilba Dairy, 37 Bate St. 9AM–4PM daily. Local dairy that produces a surprisingly wide range of cheese, ranging from vintage cheddar to blue cheese and pecorino. Also sells other dairy products like milk, cream, ice cream, and all the fixings like ham, olives, etc that you'd need for a picnic on the shaded tables right outside.

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  • 1 Tilba Teapot Cafe, 2 Bate St. W–M 9AM–2PM. Amazing handmade pies (especially the cheese & cauliflower) and Devonshire tea with jam and thick local Tilba cream.

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