From Bateman’s Bay down to Eden, the Far South Coast of NSW is a coastal food bowl. While its central location between Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra makes it a holiday hub, it’s easy to find a little pocket of peace in the small towns that line the coast. Follow the Oyster Trail down the Sapphire Coast which is every bit as blue as its name suggests. Sample freshly shucked seafood from the estuaries in Narooma and enjoy the microclimate that makes these oysters the best in the world. Follow your tastebuds to a farmer’s market, or go winery hopping and stock up on a vintage to go with the small batch cheeses perfected over years in Eurobodalla, one of NSW’s oldest dairying regions. The Yuin people are the traditional custodians of this land.