Your ship will anchor offshore and a regular tender service will
operate to Snug Cove.
Eden’s town center is within a short walking distance, however
please note this is a steep walk uphill to town. There is also a
Hop on Hop off shuttle bus running every 15 minutes from the
wharf to the town centre via two scenic stops and the Visitor
Information Centre. Tickets are $10 per adult for the day
(children are free).
Taxis are available from the wharf area.
Watch the local fishermen in action at Eden Wharf, then
pop into nearby Wharfside Cafe and try it for yourself. For
delicious seasonal produce and artisan products straight
from local backyards and farms, Sprout Eden is a tempting
option too. Quarantine authorities do not generally allow food
such as fruit and vegetables, dairy and meat products and
sandwiches to be taken off the ship however commercially
packaged confectionery, chips and bottled drinking water are
allowed, subject to inspection.
Eden has a vibrant community of local artists exhibiting their
work through a network of studios and galleries, like local
award-winning artist Anna Warren. You can find her gallery,
Full Fathom Five at Snug Cove. Local art collective, Art on
Imlay can be found on Imlay Street, where you can also find
boutiques. For local literature and souvenirs, visit Eden Killer
Whale Museum and Eden Visitor Information Centre.