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A few hours south from Sydney, you'll find a charming strip of unspoilt coastline offering pristine beaches, picturesque seaside towns and quaint rural villages.
Stretching from Berry..
Modern restaurants, a great golf course, friendly clubs and shopping temptations abound. Chains of beautiful beaches and National Parks surround "The Bay". A huge variety of..
Bermagui and Wallaga Lake have long been a fishermen's paradise. Surrounded by secluded surf beaches, estuaries, wetlands and coastal lagoons, with Gulaga Mountain watching over the..
Mollymook beach sweeps for 2km between Bannister Point in the north plus the southern headland where the Mollymook golf club is located both ends of the beach are patrolled in season and..
While summer is the choice season in Bega for water activities - as well as horseriding, bushwalking and other leisure sports - the weather at other times doesn't preclude such fun, and in..
Taking it easy in Merimbula is not a privilege, it's the only way there is. The resort in the middle of the Sapphire Coast is one of the prime places to engage in activities such as a day..
The Shoalhaven is blessed with some of the most scenically beautiful landscapes on the east coast of Australia, ranging from lush rainforests of the Kangaroo Valley, to the many miles of..
We bet you haven’t been to Tuross just once. The stunning scenery draws people back again and again. And the village dynamic is changing. Stately Norfolk Island pines planted early this..
The Southern Peninsula of Jervis Bay is the home to Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens. HMAS Creswell (currently closed to visitors) is a Naval training college adjoining..
Pebbly Beach is situated in Murramarang National Park. The park offers a range of activities including swimming, surfing, fishing, picnicking, bushwalking and nature study. The popular..
Crookhaven Heads is a Coastal Village a few Kilometres from Culburra Beach. It is here that the Shoalhaven & Crookhaven Rivers run into the Tasman Sea. Superb access to one of..
Ben Boyd National Park consist of 10,260 hectares, with two rocky and beautiful stretches of coastline flanking Eden and Twofold Bay to the north and south. Vivid rock formations old and..
Bendeela is a rustic camping & picnic ground set in natural bushland on the banks of the Kangaroo River arm of Lake Yurunga, near Kangaroo Valley village. The site is designated..
Historic Berry prides itself on being known as the 'Town of Trees'. With many oaks, elms and beeches, the township has a character and charm of an English bygone era. There are various..
Bomaderry is situated on the northern side of the Shoalhaven River, 4 kilometres from Nowra and takes its name from the Aboriginal meaning “fighting ground” or “running water”. The..
The main access to the rural locality of Brogo is via the Princes Highway, approximately 12 kilometres of Bega and 25 kilometres south of Cobargo. The Brogo Wilderness Area in the..
Central Tilba is just the prettiest working village where local artists, leather workers, wood turners, a cobbler and many others practice their crafts. Nestled at the foot of Mount..
Cobargo combines the skills and craft of a working village with a genuinely historic past, its streetscape featuring the many turn of the century buildings that make it such an attraction..
Culburra Beach is situated on the coast about 22 kilometres south east of Nowra. Surrounded on three sides by river, lake and beach it has a well established infrastructure for the holiday..
Currarong is a sleepy little village popular with holiday makers. This unique location means that Currarong often has different weather conditions than those experienced nearby in Callala..
Depot Beach , located in the heart of Murramarang National Park, is a great place for a camping holiday or a day's relaxation. With its beautiful surf beach, great fishing, towering..
Situated on the magnificent waters of Twofold Bay, Eden is a town marked by its unusual history. Once a major whaling district in New South Wales for most of the 19th century and up until..
Remember how holidays used to be? Carefree, filled with laughter, shiny fresh prawns, cool drinks and the sleep of the content. A chance to recharge your batteries to prepare with coping..
Huskisson is located on the shores of Jervis Bay. A popular escape to the many sandy beaches and beautiful bushwalks around the area.
At the turn of the century Huskisson was a major boat..
Hyams Beach is renowned as having the whitest sand in the world. It is an excellent holiday area for families. The Jervis Blue Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch and also has a great..
Nestled between Cambewarra and Barrengary Mountains, the beautiful Kangaroo Valley offers many activities.
Experience the serenity of superb bush walking, horse riding, canoeing and..
Lake Conjola is on the coast north of Ulladulla. The expansive waterways are ideal for fishing, swimming, boating and in the warmer months, good prawning on the northern shores. Take the..
Milton is situated on the south coast 60 kms south of Nowra and 7 kms north of Ulladulla. It's a popular stop on the South Coast arts and crafts trail and features various galleries..
Situated 10 kilometres south of Batemans Bay is the picturesque and historic goldmining village of Mogo. Steeped in the rich history of gold, gold, gold, Mogo's classic village..
Mollymook is a seaside settlement dating back to the 1850s and named after the Mollymawk, a type of albatross. The main beach is sheltered and good for swimming and for surfers, a short..
Montague Island is around 80 hectares in size and 8 kilometres offshore from the township of Narooma, with historic links to the town and to the boating industries operating along the NSW..
Located on the picturesque Moruya River just minutes from Moruya Airport (which services the regular Sydney and Melbourne flights), Moruya has beautiful historic buildings and is a great..
Mumbulla Mountain sits majestically above the peaceful inland pasturelands at the northern end of the fertile Bega Valley.
A popular attraction in this area is the Mumbulla Creek Falls..
If its not love at first sight at the aquamarine waters of Wagonga Inlet and the stunning seaward vistas, then you’ve got your eyes shut. Montague Island sits offshore offering a..
The regional centre of Nowra, situated on the beautiful Shoalhaven River, is a major town on the New South Wales south coast and is close to the many popular natural and cultural features..
Pambula is a coastal village big in history, its peaceful lakes and idyllic river mouth a far cry from the hustle and bustle of development following the discovery of gold near the township..
An unspoilt world awaits discovery. The gem-like beauty of the Sapphire Coast takes in untouched wilderness areas where wildlife abounds, the blue of sparkling ocean reflected in a..
Shallow Crossing is on the upper reaches of the Clyde River (a 30 minute drive fom Batemans Bay) and inland from Murramarang National Park. The crossing is impassable during heavy rains or..
Shoalhaven Heads is situated at the mouth of the Shoalhaven River and at the southern end of Seven Mile Beach. With both beach and river frontage it is a popular spot for surfing and..
Sussex Inlet, situated 46 kms south of Nowra is the largest Village on St Georges Basin. Situated at the mouth of the estuary it provides great boating, fishing, canoeing and any water..
Tathra came into existence as a small jetty, which served as a shipping outlet for a group of local farmers in the 1850's. Tathra Wharf, a famous and historical wharf has been restored to..
The area was settled well over 160 years ago, but it was not until gold was discovered in 1850. Wander through the town's arts and crafts shops and sample locally produced wines and..
One of the most picturesque spots in the Shoalhaven, Ulladulla boat harbour, with its distinctive rocky breakwater, is the natural hub of this delightful seaside township. The harbour has..
Nestling between the escarpment of Mount Darragh on one side, and under the watchful eye of Jingera Rock on the other, the surrounding foothills and forests are an ornithological paradise..
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