Welcome to accommodation Boydtown
located on the Sapphire Coast,
New South Wales (NSW), Australia.
Located south of Eden on Twofold Bay, the
village of Boydtown was founded by
Benjamin Boyd in 1843 to service his properties on the Monaro Plains. Today, all
remains are the remnants of whaling stations and the local landmark Boyd's Tower, a stone
spotting tower used to look for whales.
Today, Boydtown is considered part of the Port of Eden, and mainly consist of
some houses, tourist caravan parks and the refurbished Seahorse Inn.
If you are looking for accommodation in the area, check out the local visitor
centre. Other sources for places to stay include online accommodation networks.