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shoalhaven HOLIDAYS



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BIG4 Bungalow Park on Burrill Lake

where the fun begins

Situated on 26 acres of groomed gardens, lawns & native flora with absolute lake frontage to beautiful Burrill Lake with a large selection of spacious 1,2 & 3 bedroom cabins, ensuite sites, powered van sites & shady, grassed sites.

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Ensuite Sites Private Boat Ramp 2 Jetties Giant Jumping Pillow 3 Playgrounds Under Cover BBQ’s Camp Kitchens

 Austar  2 Solar Heated Pools  Daily Bird Feeding  Full Size Tennis Court  Canoe & Pedal Boat Hire  18 Hole Mini Golf

BIG4 Bungalow Park on Burrill Lake 123 Princes Highway Burrill Lake NSW Reservations 1800 552 944


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Bundanon offers an extraordinary setting for Shoalhaven visitors and residents to experience celebrated performers at regular Sunday afternoon concerts throughout the year. Previous concerts have featured Katie Noonan, William Barton, Vince Jones, Rupert Boyd, Sydney Symphony Fellows, LIOR and the Sirens. Select Sunday’s Throughout the Year Boyd Education Centre, Riversdale Please check website for details of the 2014 series.


Wander through the Bundanon Homestead and Arthur Boyd’s Studio. See the changing exhibition in the Upstairs Gallery. Explore the Heritage sculpture gardens or take a bushwalk; tea & coffee available, bring a picnic lunch. Sundays throughout the year PLUS Saturdays for January only *midweek tours can be booked via prior arrangement Bundanon Homestead 533 Bundanon Rd, West Cambewarra Cost: $12 adult, $8 concession Time: 10.30am - 4pm


Explore the award winning Boyd Education Centre at Riversdale, designed by Glenn Murcutt, Wendy Lewin and Reg Lark in a special behind the scenes tour. Select Sunday’s throughout the Year PLUS midweek tours can be booked via prior arrangement Boyd Education Centre, Riversdale 2pm and 3pm $15 adult, $12 concession Children under 16 FREE Please check website for details of the next scheduled tour.

Catering & bar available at Riversdale Concerts Tea & coffee available at Bundanon Homestead BOOKINGS & INFORMATION (02) 4422 2100


Hyams Beach

Shoalhaven River, Nowra

Emporium, Berry

7 getting here 8 the place to unwind TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Tourism Manager Shoalhaven City Council PO Box 42, NOWRA NSW 2541 t: 02 4429 3248 f: 02 4429 3171 e:

A SHOALHAVEN CITY COUNCIL PUBLICATION Design, layout and production: Holly Hill Graphics, Bomaderry NSW Printing: Webstar, Silverwater, NSW Photography courtesy of Shoalhaven City Council, unless otherwise stated Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this guide is correct at the time of printing. Shoalhaven Visitors Centre takes no responsibility for any changes to the information given within, however we would appreciate notification of any errors.

Cover image Dee Kramer; Destination NSW

11 northern shoalhaven 13 northern shoalhaven towns and villages 19 central shoalhaven 20 jervis bay

Cupitt’s Winery, Ulladulla

42 arts and entertainment 4 4 family time 4 6 history 47 indigenous culture 4 8 bon appetit 50 shopping spree 51 national parks

21 central shoalhaven towns and villages

52 annual events

26 southern shoalhaven

5 3 where to stay

28 southern shoalhaven towns and villages

5 4 conferences and events 5 6 coastal drops … the wine coast

31 pigeon house mountain didthul

57 the foodie trail

32 out and about

5 8 shoalhaven trail map

3 4 cycling

6 0 service directory

3 6 made for walking

6 6 parks

3 8 beach culture

6 8 regional map

4 0 whales … up close

70 ulladulla map

41 pets on holiday

72 nowra map

have the time of your life …

• paddle a kayak on the clear waters of Jervis Bay • take a whale or dolphin cruise • enjoy the best fishing and boating on the NSW coast • explore the hinterland on a bushwalk • stroll along a white sand beach • indulge in the best of our regional flavours and awarded wineries

book online 24/7

Shoalhaven Visitors Centres

1300 662 808 NOWRA T: 02 4421 0778 Cnr Princes Hwy & Pleasant Way Nowra

ULLADULLA T: 02 4444 8819 Civic Centre, Princes Hwy Ulladulla

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GETTING HERE Driving to the Shoalhaven FROM SYDNEY VIA HIGHWAY 1 – 163 KM Takes about 2 ½ hours. VIA GRAND PACIFIC DRIVE A scenic coastal drive of 145km from Royal National Park – about 2 hours VIA HUME HIGHWAY from Liverpool to Bowral, then through Bowral and Kangaroo Valley – about 2 hours FROM CANBERRA – 200km – 2.5 HRS TO SOUTHERN SHOALHAVEN From Canberra head to Batemans Bay, turn left at Princes Highway and head north for Ulladulla, Nowra and all the towns of the Shoalhaven. FROM CANBERRA – 196km – 2.75 HRS TO NORTHERN SHOALHAVEN Drive to Bungendore– Tarago–Nerriga–Nowra. FROM MELBOURNE – via Highway No. 1 – 830km – 10 hours to Ulladulla.


Regular City Rail train services are available departing Sydney from Central Station south through Wollongong, to the northern end of the Shoalhaven.

for further information on travelling to the Shoalhaven visit –

Trains stop at Berry and Bomaderry, where the South Coast line ends. CITY OF SHOALHAVEN CANBERRA MELBOURNE



Premier Motor Service 02 4423 5233 133 410 Priors Scenic Express 1800 816 234 • 7

the place to unwind Whether you’re after a rejuvenating, refreshing break, an activity-packed family holiday or a quiet romantic escape, our region offers it all. Friendly people, a laid-back way of life, plentiful fresh produce and a rich local culture combined with idyllic natural attractions make the Shoalhaven the most visited region in the state.

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• Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival annually

• The temperate climate makes it perfect all year • Lush rainforests, craggy escarpments, rolling hills

• Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival, June long weekend

• Majestic wilderness areas, deep gorges and myriad waterways to explore.

• Blessing of the Fleet, Ulladulla each Easter weekend • Berry Gardens Festival

• 109 pristine beaches, from ocean surf breaks, such as Aussie Pipe, to sheltered bays and coves


• 14 unspoiled national parks

• Award-winning wineries • Fresh seafood, local fruit and vegetables, dairy, coffee and olives from farm gates and stores. Part of the Hawkesbury Harvest Farmgate Trail,

ACTIVE • Great diving and snorkelling in clear waters • Abundant wildlife and birdwatchers’ heaven • Fantastic fishing and boating • Art galleries and historic, naval and maritime museums • Zoo and treetop adventure • Segway tours

• The northern gateway of Australia’s Oyster Coast – the Shoalhaven and Crookhaven Rivers • Huge selection of bars, cafes and restaurants – casual to fine dining



• Family-friendly holiday parks, luxurious B&B’s, romantic waterfront cottages, or houses for a crowd

• Shoalhaven River Festival – annual • Escape ArtsFest, Milton-Ulladulla area each spring • Jervis Bay See Change winter arts festival every two years

For information on accommodation and attractions:

• Arts in the Valley, Kangaroo Valley every two years

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Daisycare Nanny Agency Walking on Water (WOW)!

Quality coaching for all ages. All equipment supplied. Fully accredited, qualified and insured.

WOW! Let the fun begin! Just call 0417 360 791


• Surfing • Water skiing • Wake boarding • Speed boat & inflatable rides • Kayak hire & tours • Stand-up paddle boarding • Equipment for hire

Pamper Me Mobile Massage, Beauty & Spa Service FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE SEA

Massage Spa Treatments Romantic Pampers for two Pamper Parties for the girls Pampered Brides Bridal Hair & Make-up We operate seven days, appointments essential. For booking & enquiries – t: 02 4423 3707. m: 0414 460 707

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The ultimate experience in relaxation and self indulgence that comes to you. Our professional team of massage and beauty therapists travel throughout the Shoalhaven and beyond specialising in :-

With our Services, parents on holidays can relax and enjoy the culinary delights of the area, get amongst events and explore the Shoalhaven child free. We provide peace of mind knowing that their children are in the care of qualified, experienced and professional Daisycare Carers. SERVICING THE SHOALHAVEN t: 0412 138 755 e:



Multi award winning water sports specialists:


Rural view to Mt Coolangatta


The Northern Shoalhaven region offers everything – stylish towns, historic structures, convict buildings, art galleries and great shopping. The natural environment abounds with opportunities for active or more relaxed activities, from riverside camping, horse riding, kayaking, bushwalking, surfing and much, much more.

HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS • Hampden Bridge over the Kangaroo River built in 1898, is the oldest wooden suspension bridge in Australia • Bendeela, rustic camping grounds on the Kangaroo River • Tallowa Dam picnic area and fish lift • Horse riding through remote high country and rainforests • Kayaking in Kangaroo Valley and Shoalhaven Gorge • Morton National Park – great bushwalking • Amazing shopping in Berry and Kangaroo Valley • Convict-built structures at Coolangatta • Surfing at Culburra Beach, Currarong and Seven Mile Beach • Bundanon, Arthur and Yvonne Boyd’s gift to the nation • Food tours/cooking classes • Award-winning wineries • Cambewarra Lookout • International, national and local art exhibitions – Shoalhaven City Arts Centre, Nowra, a Regional Gallery of NSW • 11

Shoalhaven River from the Hanging Rock Lookout

Shoalhaven River, Nowra

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• Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre for live entertainment in Nowra • Cruise the Shoalhaven River • Historic Meroogal • Hanging Rock Lookout , Nowra • Shoalhaven Zoo and Trees Adventure, North Nowra • Segway tour • Jindyandy Mill shopping precinct at Pyree • Point Perpendicular Lighthouse • Fleet Air Arm Museum, HMAS Albatross • Honeymoon Bay


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South Coast Providores, Berry

Greenwell Point Wharf

NORTHERN SHOALHAVEN towns & coastal villages BERRY Historic Berry, nestled among rolling hills, has an enduring character, warmth and charm and features many buildings with National Trust classification. Boutiques, antique and craft shops, excellent home-wares stores, contemporary art galleries and the monthly market day make Berry a shopping heaven. Visitors can choose a wide variety of indoor or alfresco dining options from a romantic dinner, a relaxed lunch or the ever-popular breakfast at one of the many eateries.

KANGAROO VALLEY Nestled between Cambewarra and Barrengarry Mountains, historic and charming Kangaroo Valley village features art and craft galleries, several cafes, a delightful stone pub as well as unique handicraft shops. Built over the Kangaroo River in 1898, the Hampden Bridge with its famous turrets is the oldest suspension bridge in Australia. Activities in the area include some well-graded

bushwalks, cycling, canoeing (solo or escorted) and general relaxation.

NOWRA Nowra, located on the Shoalhaven River is a thriving commercial and cultural centre. Several landscaped gardens and parks make a great stop for travellers looking for a driver-revive or family picnic. The town features a huge selection of restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets There’s plenty of accommodation to suit all needs and budgets. The Shoalhaven City Arts Centre, a Regional Gallery of NSW, presents exhibitions by international, national and local artists, while nearby is the gracious Meroogal, an Historic Houses Trust property, home to four generations of women from the same family. A short drive from the city centre is the Navy’s Fleet Air Arm Museum – the largest aviation museum in Australia. . There are several well-established and colourful weekend markets and fresh, local area produce and seafood are available all year. • 13

Nowra Hill is a village in its own right and is home to the Fleet Air Arm at HMAS Albatross. To the west of Nowra the University of Wollongong Shoalhaven Campus is located. Further inland is Yalwal with its history steeped in gold.

SHOALHAVEN HEADS Located about 20 minutes drive north-east of Nowra, Shoalhaven Heads is a great spot for surfing and fishing because of its easy access to Seven Mile Beach. It is also an ideal base to explore the Seven Mile Beach National Park. There are boat launching facilities and heaps of great fishing spots on the Shoalhaven River and the beach.

COOLANGATTA Coolangatta Estate is the site of the original European settlement on the NSW South Coast. The restored convict-built village features views, award-winning Estate wines, four-star accommodation and restaurant.

GREENWELL POINT Greenwell Point, located 15 kilometres east of Nowra, is one of the leading seafood ports in the Shoalhaven. Its small fleet of trawlers brings in the daily catch (available from two local outlets) and you can enjoy local oysters shucked while you wait or freshly packed and chilled.


Kids will appreciate the attractions of the skate park and there are some good local bushwalks, notably Bens Walk which is an easy, shady and well-graded walk winding beside the Shoalhaven River.

AROUND NOWRA Bomaderry, just north of the Shoalhaven River, the terminus of the NSW South Coast railway line has a vibrant and compact shopping centre. North Nowra is predominantly a residential area with the Golf Club, the Grotto Walk, the Shoalhaven Zoo and Trees Adventure among its attractions. Nowra East, another predominantly residential area, has its own shopping centre and is the home of Shoalhaven High School and the Police Citizens Youth Club. Worrigee is one of the fastest growing areas of Nowra with its new residential subdivisions. The Worrigee Equestrian Centre is home to the Annual Combined Horse Trials. Terara was the original site for Nowra when the main activity in the area was farming. However, the settlement was moved to Nowra after various heavy floods. South Nowra is an industrial area with a strong emphasis on retailing.

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Culburra Beach is surrounded on three sides by river, beach and lake. Located 22 kilometres east of Nowra and with well-established facilities for holiday-makers, it offers swimming, surfing, fishing and prawning.

CALLALA BAY, CALLALA BEACH & MYOLA Sitting side-by-side at the northern end of Jervis Bay are the three townships of Callala Bay, Callala Beach and Myola. Best known for their stunning beaches, safe bay swimming and dolphin parades, these villages offer plenty of holiday accommodation and a delightful beach culture atmosphere. There is excellent sailing from Callala Bay and a regional boat ramp and jetty provide easy access to the water.

CURRARONG At the most easterly point of the region, is the charming village of Currarong, a long-time favourite with holidaymakers. Here, the swimming and fishing are perfect and boats can be launched at the boat ramp. Point Perpendicular Lighthouse is nearby, as is beautiful Honeymoon Bay and other northern Jervis Bay beaches. Well-graded bushwalks lead from the village itself and there are good barbecue facilities at the water’s edge.


Archer Resort Make your visit to Nowra memorable. Stay at the Archer Resort, the gateway to the beautiful Shoalhaven and Jervis Bay. • 50 Rooms rated 3½ Star AAAT

• Free Off-street parking

• Swimming Pool with BBQ Area

• Foxtel

• Spa & Sauna

• Family Bistro

• Tennis Court

• Bottleshop

• Free WiFi NOWRA

Corner Princes Highway & Kalandar Street Nowra NSW 2541 t: 02 4421 5222. e:

Pioneer Museum Park

Coolangatta Estate


SHOALHAVEN’S 5 STAR WINERY ★★★★★ James Halliday Wine Companion 2011 – 2014

Experience the life of Kangaroo Valley’s early pioneers.

• Cellar Door open 10am – 5pm daily showcasing entirely Estate grown wines.

Bring the whole family: a fantastic and interesting way to spend your day!

• BBQ picnic area and bushwalks • 70m suspension bridge • Great fun for children Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Wednesday; everyday during school holidays Right beside the Hampden Bridge Moss Vale Rd., Kangaroo Valley, NSW, 2577 t. 02 4465 1306

• Dinner Tuesday – Saturday from 6pm


• Family history and photographs

• 4-star country heritage accommodation – 35 rooms • Self-guided Historic Village tours (the first European settlement of the South Coast of NSW, convict built 1822) • 9-hole public golf course • Wedding and Function Rooms – Conference Facilities 1335 Bolong Road, Shoalhaven Heads 2535 t: 02 4448 7131. e:


• Lunch Wednesday – Sunday 12 noon – 2.30pm

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The Treat Factory The Treat Factory produces and retails award-winning jams, confectionery and chocolates from 60-year-old family recipes.

Shoalhaven City Turf Club

During production, smell the aroma of jams boiling and watch chocolates being made.

Open 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm Saturday & Sunday

Not just a racing venue – perfect for expos, conferences, weddings and parties.

Old Creamery Lane Berry NSW 2535 t: 02 4464 1112 e: Find us on Facebook



ARCHER RACECOURSE NOWRA t: 02 4421 4550 m: 0412 586 707 Join us on Facebook


Home of first Melbourne Cup winner, “Archer”

The new Warehouse retails treats for professional chefs, cake decorators, food lovers and home cooks.

Trees Adventure AUSTRALIA’S PREMIER ECO-ADVENTURE EXPERIENCE The park features exciting and challenging courses high in the tree canopy, that will have you swinging, leaping, climbing and flying through the forest.

TREES ADVENTURE LOCATED IN SHOALHAVEN ZOO Rockhill Road, North Nowra. t: 0402 981 524. e:

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A great family park with cabins and powered sites available. Has pool, tennis court and kids’ play area. Close to beach, river, golf club, wineries and bowling club. On-site vans for holidaying in are available for sale. If you would prefer to be on the water try our cabins at Lorsens on the River. t: 02 4448 7206. e:


Suitable for participants from 4 years old, while the adults get the adrenalin pumping with the challenging cliff and tree courses.


Flying foxes – the longest more than 100m – zip between the trees, while cargo nets, rope bridges and wooden obstacles offer physical challenges high above the ground. There’s even an airborne skateboard!

Coastal Palms Holiday Park


Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre STATE OF THE ART VENUE CATERING FOR EVERY EVENT OR FUNCTION Come and experience world-class entertainment and superb facilities at this iconic Shoalhaven venue.

Springs Resorts Shoalhaven Sports Motel

Our Encore Café and Gallery Restaurant offer mouthwatering cuisine, with pre-show dinners a favourite amongst our regular patrons.

Luxury accommodation at an affordable price

With plenty of parking, disabled access and WiFi, check out our website for upcoming events or contact our friendly staff.

• 46 spacious superior suites with deluxe spa units, executive spa units and executive units • Magnificent views over the Worrigee Links Golf Course

A 3.5 star park, located at Greenwell Point, 12 kms east of Nowra on the Crookhaven River. The park offers a range of accommodation and has its own boat ramp and jetty. 142 Greens Road, Greenwell Point t: 02 4447 1358. f: 02 4447 1579. m: 0427 254 082

Barefoot Springs


Exhibitions feature works from national and regional collections, the Shoalhaven City Collection and curated exhibitions by Shoalhaven artists and community groups. 12 Berry St, Nowra 2541 t: 02 4429 5444 . e:


Unwind in this romantic and secluded haven on Cambewarra Mountain, close to Kangaroo Valley and Berry.

719 Greenwell Point Road, Pyree t: 02 4447 0258. m: 0434 991 565 e:

Three private luxury Studio Cottages with double spa, log fire and well-equipped kitchenette; also a private Queen Room with ensuite in the main house.

Pleasant Way Motel BEAUMONT

155 Carrington Road, Beaumont t: 02 4446 0509. e:

Shoalhaven City Arts Centre

Jindyandy Mill Lolly Shop

Relaxing, Peaceful, Breathtaking

Savour fabulous cooked breakfasts and wander around the beautiful gardens and acreage which abound with native birds and wildlife.

Bridge Road, Nowra NSW 2541 Box Office: 1300 788 503 e: w:


Coral Tree Lodge Tourist Park


131 Greenwell Point Road Nowra t: 02 4422 4522


• Central to Shoalhaven’s many attractions


The Box Office is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm and a minimum of 1 hour prior to events.

• Adjacent to the Ex-Servicemen’s Sports Club

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Within the Central region of the Shoalhaven, Jervis Bay takes centre stage, with its relaxed villages, renowned beaches, dolphins and whales, national parks and a myriad of activities. Other popular destinations include the towns of Sanctuary Point, St Georges Basin and Basin View. Further south is Sussex Inlet, superbly situated on the estuary and offering a wealth of water and boating opportunities.


• World-famous beaches including Hyams Beach, said to have the whitest sand in the world • Booderee NP, known for its rich Aboriginal presence and native botanic gardens, not to mention lots of kangaroos • Jervis Bay Marine Park – dolphins, seals and little penguins • Whales, June to November • Fantastic kayaking, fishing and diving


• Protected swimming spots and rock pools, great for snorkelling • Surf beaches

Central Shoalhaven

• Friendly villages, award-winning restaurants, boutique breweries • Galleries • Lady Denman Maritime Museum • Horse riding • Tianjara Falls Lookout • Galamban Campfire yarns • 19

Jervis Bay Renowned as having the whitest sand in Australia, Jervis Bay is ideal for a variety of water activities including sailing, swimming, fishing, sailboarding, SCUBA diving, snorkelling and stand-up paddle boarding. The star attractions of Jervis Bay are the humpback whales, their acrobatic antics an awe-inspiring thrill to watch. They make their passage up the east coast to mate in the warm tropical waters of Queensland, and Jervis Bay is a regular haunt on their journey. Whale-watching a tours are offered during June to November migration season. The waters of Jervis Bay abound with underwater life and are home tomore than 100 bottle-nose dolphins, with dolphin cruises operating daily from Huskisson. The history of the area revolves around the bay and its ship-building activities. The Lady Denman Heritage

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Hyams Beach

Complex in Huskisson has permanent and travelling exhibitions and the ferry, the Lady Denman, is housed in the maritime museum. The museum concentrates on the history of Jervis Bay and district, including early exploration, the timber industry, Aboriginal history, early settlement, lighthouse history, shipwrecks, coastal shipping, whaling history and Naval base history. With sheltered coves providing safe mooring and great fishing opportunities, the Jervis Bay area is a favourite for avid sailors. All of the townships in the area are positioned on the coast, taking great advantage of the fantastic views and the sun, surf and sea atmosphere. There are good holiday services for the holiday maker and lots of accommodation from top-of-the-range guesthouses and bed and breakfasts to motels, tourist parks, holiday cottages and eco-camping.

CENTRAL SHOALHAVEN towns & coastal villages HUSKISSON


Activities not to miss in Huskisson are The Lady Denman Maritime Museum, many eateries including the famous Husky Pub, modern licensed clubs, interesting shopping and a host of restaurants, cafes and take away food outlets. Don’t miss the dolphin and whale watching (June to November) on the cruise boats that depart from here. You’ll also find a cinema, bowls, golf and tennis.

Situated between the Princes Highway and Jervis Bay with the nearest town Huskisson.

VINCENTIA Vincentia is fringed by two National Parks that are rich in Aboriginal heritage, diverse flora and fauna and a broad range of recreational opportunities. It offers 6.5 kilometres of white sandy beaches with spectacular views across Jervis Bay. Dolphins are often spotted from the beaches and whales can be seen in winter and spring during their migration periods. Vincentia boasts some of the best beaches on Jervis Bay and is the main shopping centre for the Jervis Bay area.

Accommodation is available in two caravan parks or an eco-tourism resort Paper Bark Camp, which has ten luxury tents with ensuites plus a fine restaurant, The Gunyah. Woollamia Village Retreat is situated on 11 hectares of unspoiled Australian bush. The retreat is a charming example of an early Australian colonial village. Accommodation features unique self catering cottages representative of Australia at federation time.

HYAMS BEACH Hyams Beach is a secluded village on the southern shores of Jervis Bay, surrounded by National and Marine Parks. The beach is said to have “the whitest sand in the world”. There are lots of good bushwalks, coastal walks and cycleways providing ample opportunities to • 21

Jervis Bay shared path

get out and active. The exceptionally clear waters are ideal for fishing, swimming, snorkelling and diving. The surrounding bushland is home to many native animals and an abundance of bird life. There are walking tracks to suit all ages and levels of fitness.

BOODEREE NATIONAL PARK Booderee National Park is located on Jervis Bay. ‘Booderee’ is an Aboriginal word from the Dhurga language meaning ‘bay of plenty’ or ‘plenty of fish’. A significant place for Koori people, the national park is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal community. Visit Booderee Botanic Gardens, a unique area showcasing local Koori use of plants and coastal flora of the region. There is a wide range of walks and surfing at Cave Beach. The historic Cape St George Lighthouse is the perfect location for whale and bird watching. Booderee has three camping grounds: Green Patch, Bristol Point and Cave Beach.

EROWAL BAY A sleepy little town situated on the banks of St Georges Basin, Erowal Bay is perfectly located for day trips to Booderee National Park or the pristine beaches of Jervis Bay. Popular activities include swimming, bird watching, fishing and bushwalking.

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ST GEORGES BASIN St Georges Basin, a large, shallow lagoon, is situated 27 kilometres south of Nowra. St Georges Basin township is one of the largest villages around the Basin. Boating, fishing, swimming and picnicking are popular.

SANCTUARY POINT Sanctuary Point, located on the northern shores of St Georges Basin is the ideal location for water activities such as boating, fishing, swimming.

SUSSEX INLET Sussex Inlet, 46 kilometres south of Nowra at the mouth of the estuary, is the largest village on St Georges Basin. It provides great boating, fishing, canoeing and other water sports. The estuary winds back into the extensive St Georges Basin waterway in one direction, and to the open waters of the Pacific Ocean in the other, so there’s lots of seaside activities for all ages and interests. There are full shopping services, a cinema and a golf course, and houseboat holidays are a great way to explore the extensive canals and waterways in the area.


SWANHAVEN Swan Haven is situated on the eastern side of Swan Lake making it ideally positioned to take advantage of the stunning coastline and both beach and lake activities. The lake is salt water and plays host to a number of water activities including sailing, swimming, water skiing and fishing. On the edge of the lake is an area set-aside for family recreation, catering for young children to adults with barbeques, picnic tables and toilet facilities.

CUDMIRRAH The small village of Cudmirrah is at the end of a peninsula surrounded by ocean and state forests, with no through traffic. Cudmirrah is perfectly positioned to enjoy a host of water activities. Sussex Inlet is the closest township.

BERRARA The small village of Berrara is located a short drive south of Jervis Bay. It is ideally positioned to take advantage of the stunning coastline and both beach and lake activities With its beautiful beaches, it borders Conjola National Park, and is only minutes to Swan Lake which is a superb, safe, aquatic playground, where you can paddle a canoe, go sail boarding or water skiing. There is no township at Berrara, the closest town is Sussex Inlet (10 minutes drive). • 23

Huskisson RSL Club ‘Bayview Bistro’

Huskisson Beach Motel


Our Bayview Bistro is open 7 days a week from 10am till late.

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Huskisson RSL Club 2–8 Currambene St, Huskisson t : 02 4441 5282


For all your function needs in an absolute waterfront location, go no further than our Bayview Waters Function Centre.

Offering 33 well-appointed rooms, it is perfectly positioned to take advantage of all this remarkable village has to offer. Choose from great restaurants and clubs to seaside pastimes such as boating, fishing, scuba diving, whale and dolphin watching, kayaking, or simply strolling or relaxing at the beach. 9–11 Hawke Street, Huskisson 2540 t: 02 4441 6387. f: 02 4441 6129. m: 0417 627 067 e:


Located directly opposite beautiful Jervis Bay, 50m from the beach and main street. All front rooms offer the best view of Jervis Bay in Huskisson.

A family-friendly restaurant – enjoy a light snack, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner while overlooking the crystal blue waters of Jervis Bay.

Lady Denman Maritime Museum

Club Husky

If you love stories of ships and shipwrecks and maritime history, the Lady Denman Maritime Museum is a must visit.

Visit Club Husky and experience the relaxed atmosphere of a small coastal village. • Friendly staff, great food and a wide variety of drinks.

• Located in 10 hectares of beautiful Australian bush

• Our Mini Golf is outstanding with running water and fountains.

• Museum, gallery and gift shop • Mangrove boardwalk

Come and visit – bring your friends and enjoy!

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• Produce markets first Saturday of the month Open 7 days 10am to 4pm Woollamia Rd, Huskisson t: 02 4441 5675


336 Huskisson Road, Huskisson t: 02 4441 5135 e:

• Fish feeding reserve


Club Husky – where we always try to give you that little bit extra!


On the water overlooking the Sussex Inlet, you will find four fully self-contained, 2-bedroom 4-star cabins, private spa available on request – great views plus peace and quiet. 284 River Road, Sussex Inlet t: 02 4441 1682. e:

Jervis Bay’s award winning cruises 50 Owen Street, Huskisson 2540 t: 4441 6311. Toll Free: 1800 246 010 e:

Blenheim Beach House The perfect location for a beach holiday! With five bedrooms and spacious living areas, there’s plenty of room for 11 guests to relax. Opposite beach front reserve and National Park. 437 Elizabeth Drive, Vincentia 2540 t: 02 44435764. e:


Dolphin Watch Cruises


Cillanti Retreat

Around Jervis Bay Bike Hire and Tours 37 Owen Street, Huskisson t: 81181773. m: 0410 335 015 e:

relax … explore … discover …

Jervis Bay Sailing Charters t: 0402 443 478

Jervis Bay Wild The Ultimate Jervis Bay Expedition 58 Owen Street, Huskisson t: 02 4441 7002 e:

Simos Afloat FISHING CHARTERS & SCENIC CRUISES 19 Streamside Street, Woollamia 2540 t: 02 4441 5889. m: 0429 669 656 e: • 25

Ulladulla Harbour. Photo Murray Vanderveer; Destination NSW

HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS • Pebbly Beach famous for the ‘surfing kangaroos’ • The famous Pigeon House Mountain Didthul was named by Captain James Cook on his voyage to Australia in the 1770s. Didthul is the Aboriginal name for this iconic landmark. • Boyd Lookout and Granite Falls • Budawang Ranges – for challenging bush walks, remote camping, climbing an extinct volcano for amazing coastal views • Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk – recognised as “world class” • Warden Head – lighthouse, bush walks, whale watching • “One Track for All” – a cultural trail that tells the story of the local area from an Aboriginal perspective, illustrated with relief carvings and paintings. • Remote camp sites, family friendly cabins, beachfront luxury holiday homes. 26 •


The district embraces the lush farming lands of Milton and the many beautiful beaches ranging from Bendalong down to Durras North. The lakes, including Conjola, Burrill and Tabourie down to Durras Lakes in the south, offer every type of popular water sport and recreation imaginable. Pigeon House Mountain Didthul represents a challenge for the climber. The view from the top is absolutely magnificent encompassing 120km of coast and bushland and giving 360 degree panoramic views.



Southern Shoalhaven HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS • Surf beaches, beach and lake fishing, swimming holes • Funland at Ulladulla • Ten Pin Bowling at the Dunn Lewis Centre • Segway tours • Wineries at Ulladulla and Bawley Point • Talk to the kangaroos at Pebbly Beach – lots of photo opportunities, but please don’t feed • Skirmish Paintball • 27

BENDALONG, NORTH BENDALONG, MANYANA, BERRINGER LAKE & CUNJURONG POINT Borderering the Conjola National Park, Bendalong provides excellent surf beaches for fishing and swimming. To the north of Bendalong and an easy walk along the beach is the monument to the wreck of the Walter Hood – a ship that went down in 1870. South are Monument Beach, Flat Rock Beach and Dee Beach. Washerwomans Beach is a long stretch popular for families. The area around the boat ramp is renowned for the large stingrays that come in close to shore. Other beaches are Shell Grit Beach, One Tree Beach and the long sweeping surf beach, Inyadda.

LAKE CONJOLA Lake Conjola is located at the southern side of the mouth of the Lake Conjola estuary. The expansive waterways are ideal for fishing, swimming, boating and in the warmer months, good prawning on the northern shores. Take the boardwalk (suitable for wheelchair access) at Lake Conjola for a pleasant 15 minutes walk to the beach. Stop at the viewing platform along the way for excellent panoramic views of both beach and lake. Head along the gravel road to the Boyd Lookout for spectacular views of Lake Conjola and beaches to the south. Here there are good facilities with picnic tables, barbecue and toilets.

MILTON The charming township of Milton, with its arts and craft stores, excellent cafes and restaurants, unique designer shops and quality accommodation has long been a favourite with visitors and provides a great base for exploring the local attractions. The town was established in 1860 and its character is enhanced by its many historic buildings and the entire town has been classified by the National Trust as an historic village.

ULLADULLA Over time, Ulladulla Harbour has played an important role in the development of the area, serving as a port for the early pioneering trades of sawmilling, farming, and a tannery. Today the harbour shelters local leisure craft and a fleet of commercial trawlers. Ulladulla is renowned for its seafood and the local co-operative is a great place to buy fish “fresh from the boat”. A time-honoured custom of the local Italian/Australian fishers is the colourful Blessing of the Fleet ceremony held on the harbour each Easter. Trawlers are decorated and blessed in a carnival, family atmosphere, all capped off with a spectacular fireworks display over the harbour. Ulladulla’s annual Food and Wine Festival by the Sea and

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Pebbly Beach. Photo Jann Tuxford-Paterson

the annual Escape Art Fest both lend colour and character to the area’s attractions.

NARRAWALLEE Narrawallee, just to the north of Ulladulla and close to Mollymook, boasts two superb beaches for great surfing, swimming and boating activities, as well as picnic grounds with fresh water, barbecue and toilet facilities. There is also a gravel boat ramp for light boat situated in Normandy Street into Narrawallee Inlet. Scenic coastal views can be seen from several lookouts that take in panoramic views both north and south.

MOLLYMOOK Situated between Milton and Ulladulla, Mollymook’s stunning beachside location is complemented by golf courses and a good selection of accommodation, many enjoying outstanding views over the beach and ocean, and all within a few minutes’ walk to the sea. The main beach is sheltered and good for swimming and for surfers, a short drive north to Bannisters Point and Narrawallee Beach will offer excellent conditions. The ‘Bogey Hole’, a large rock pool on Mollymook Headland, is a tidal pool and ideal for families with young children. It offers safe snorkeling and is a great spot for a picnic.

BURRILL LAKE The scenically beautiful township of Burrill Lake, five kilometres south of Ulladulla between the beach and the lake, is surrounded by natural bushland. Its unspoiled beauty provides excellent fishing spots and safe boating,


North Durras

sailing and windsurfing. Boats, canoes, skis and kayaks are available for hire. The upper reaches of the lake are via the Kings Point access road, west off the highway where the lake is usually deep, quiet and tranquil, with water skiing at weekends and during holiday periods.

TABOURIE LAKE Situated 13 kilometres south of Ulladulla, Tabourie Lake offers peace, tranquillity and magificent unspoiled beach and lake frontage. It is a haven for native birds and and a great spot to swim, fish, canoe or picnic. The lake is mostly suited to flatbottomed non-motorised boats. For rock fishermen the rugged beauty of nearby Crampton Island is a popular spot to catch dinner.

BAWLEY POINT Bawley Point, between Meroo and Murramarang National Parks, is a perfect destination for bush walks. Visit Mimosa Hill Farm, a wildflower and protea farm on Bawley Point Road. Other local Bawley Point tourism attractions and facilities include the Dulkara Picture Framing and Wildlife Gallery, the cafe and the shopping centre. Nearby beaches include Bawley Point Beach itself as well as Shell Beach, Racecourse Beach, Merry Beach, Pretty Beach and Pebbly Beach. The beaches offer scuba diving, snorkelling, swimming, surfing, fishing and boating.

KIOLOA The quiet seaside town of Kioloa, south of Ulladulla and just north of Pretty and Merry Beaches, retains much of its natural beauty and is surrounded by water and bushland. Protected from the Pacific Ocean by Belowla Island, it is just minutes to some of the best beaches, lakes and fishing spots on the coast and a short drive will take you into Murramarang National Park.

Pebbly Beach. Photo Sally Mayman; Destination NSW

PEBBLY BEACH Pebbly Beach is known widely as the home of the “surfing kangaroos”, a myth arising from a photograph of a kangaroo in low surf. However, you will find a large resident kangaroo population at Pebbly quite happy to be patted or to pose for a photograph, but please don’t feed. Pebbly Beach is a popular camping area with great surfing and bush walks within the park. Banksias, coastal rosemary and lomandra grow on the exposed headlands buffeted by salty sea winds. Look out for sea eagles soaring above, sooty oystercatchers along the shore and dolphins riding the waves out to sea.

DEPOT BEACH Depot Beach, located in the heart of Murramarang National Park south of Ulladulla, is a great place for a camping holiday or a day’s relaxation with its beautiful surf beach, great fishing, towering spotted gum forest, fascinating walks and abundant wildlife. Numerous eastern grey kangaroos are permanent residents. Behind the beach, explore the majestic spotted gum forests, with their understory of spiky burrawangs. During the day you may see goannas basking in the sun and a rich variety of birds including parrots and honeyeaters. At night ringtail possums, yellow-bellied and greater gliders feed in the forest canopies.

NORTH DURRAS Surrounded by the Murramarang National Park, North Durras is situated on the entrance to the sea of Lake Durras, widely regarded as the most pristine coastal waterway in NSW. The entrance of the lake to the sea is made through a vast area of clear sandy pools which are a delight for children and all who enjoy swimming in still waters. Yet only a hundred metres or so away is the magnificent Durras Beach, one of the best on the coast. • 29


HarbourView Apartments Ulladulla

Located on Red Point Headland, our park offers easy access to Inyadda surf beach and the calm waters of Boat Harbour and Washerwomans beaches. It is ideal for a traditional family camping holiday with an abundance of shady campsites.


Burrill Lake Tourist Park


• Relaxed family friendly park just off the Princes Highway, 5 mins. south of Ulladulla, 30 mins. north of Batemans Bay.

Explore three levels of games, rides and attractions including the latest interactive simulators, Dodgem Cars, Slides, Fun Putt, Laser Skirmish and much more.

• Boat, canoe or kayak directly into the lake from the park’s boat ramp.

Free admission and incredible value unlimited ride packages make entertaining the whole family easy and fun! We do great parties too!

8 Princess Avenue South Burrill Lake 2539 t: 1300 555 525. t/f: (02) 4444 8840 e:

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• Walking distance to the local fish and chip shop with other stores just over the bridge.

• Perfect for grey nomads with lots of tranquillity but close to facilities.

For more information – t: 02 4455 1100

Funland Ulladulla

Absolute lake frontage, direct beach access and views across Burrill Lake to Pigeon House Mountain

• Summer program for the whole family with jumping castle, paddle boarding, Lego mat, Zumba, outdoor cinema and more.

The property has on-site barbecue facilities with dining area and full laundry facilities.


Red Point Road, Bendalong 2539 t: 1300 733 025. t/f: 02 4444 8860 e:

HarbourView Serviced Apartments provide spacious 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and deluxe studio accommodation. All apartments include queensized beds, fully equipped kitchens, A /C, HD TV and free Wi-Fi.

We guarantee you will have a great time, just as generations already have for over 40 years! OPEN FROM 10AM DAILY First Floor, Rowen’s Arcade 93 Princes Highway, Ulladulla t: 02 4454 3220


The park is also home to families of kangaroos, possums, native birds. Meet the stingrays that come in to feed at the boat ramp as the fishermen return.


Bring the boat along for a day of fishing or boating. The boat ramp is located adjacent to the park on the northern side of the headland.


Enjoy a game of tenpin bowling in a family fun environment, wander through the art gallery, utilise the tech hub and free Wi-Fi or enjoy a barista-made coffee in the spacious lounge area. The Dunn Lewis Centre has something for the whole family. 141 St Vincent Street, Ulladulla t: 02 4454 1099. e:


Dunn Lewis Centre

Ulladulla Holiday Village A SOUTH COAST GEM – Relax and Unwind

Pigeon House Mountain Didthul

Plan your next holiday at Ulladulla Holiday Village and enjoy the swimming pool, tennis court, basketball court, squash court, sauna/spa, BBQs as well as a kiosk to enjoy an icecream out of the summer sun. We also have a function room to celebrate your amazing milestones.

Find us at: 300 Kings Point Drive, Ulladulla 2539 t: 02 4454 4261. f: 02 4454 2061 e:


Set on 12 pristine acres, enjoy the best the Ulladulla region has to offer, including wineries, worldclass beaches, fishing, golf and beachside breakfast cafés.

Sinclairs Country Retreat 1490E Princes Highway, Conjola 2539 t: 02 4456 4291. m: 0412 071 108 e:

Milton Country Cottages award winning, s.c. cottages/pottery/gallery 83 Egans Farm Lane, Yatte Yattah t: 02 4456 5299. 0417 467 880.

Ulladulla Fishing Charters 10/22–24 Wason Street, Ulladulla 2539 t: 02 4455 4344. m: 0427 242 405 f: 02 4454 2105 e:

BiJ’s on the Beach 16 Lake Conjola Entrance Road Lake Conjola m: 0429 451 367 e:

You can see the distinctive outline of Pigeon House Mountain Didthul against the horizon from miles away as you travel throughout the Shoalhaven. At 719 metres above sea level, the peak was named by Captain Cook in 1770 as the Endeavour sailed up the coast, because Cook considered the peak resembled the shape of a dovecote. The local Indigenous people had always called the mountain Didthul, so now it bears dual names. Drive off the Princes Highway either from Milton or south of Burrill Lake onto Wheelbarrow Road, around 30 kilometres. The gravel road passes through forests of spotted gum, bloodwood and silvertop ash to arrive at the base of the walking track, a picnic area with tables, barbeque and toilet facilities. The return walk to the summit takes around four hours and is in four stages with the first part a steep 800 metres, then a flat kilometre followed by a steep 500 metre climb and then onto a series of steel ladders attached to the cliff face. Around 8000 people climb Pigeon House Mountain Didthul each year to experience the exhilaration of the climb and the reward of the magnificent views from the summit. Spread out below are rugged cliffs and gorges carved out by the Clyde River and its tributaries, as well as Byangee Walls and The Castle. On a clear day, you can see as far to the north as Point Perpendicular and Mount Dromedary in the south. If you’re planning to drive out to Pigeon House Mountain Didthul, it’s suggested you first check with the visitors centre on the condition of the road. • 31

Man from Kangaroo Valley horseride

out & about

active or laidback

Whatever your fitness or skill level, the Shoalhaven offers visitors a host of outdoor activities. There are a myriad of opportunities to indulge in your favourite water sport or to take the plunge and try something new. Diving and snorkelling sites offer fascinating marine life with several wrecks around for the more adventurous. There are dive shops in major centres and fully qualified diving schools providing dive courses and packages. You can learn to surf, sail, windsurf, waterski, or ride a wakeboard with qualified instructors or you can hire catamarans and boards for independent sailing and windsurfing. For an exciting experience, enjoy a sea kayaking trip around Jervis Bay. Inland, canoe or kayak down the river at Kangaroo Valley or upstream from Nowra on the Shoalhaven River. If you’re into equestrian activities, why not explore the high mountain country of Kangaroo Valley on horse back, a trail ride at Falls Creek or Termeil. Experienced riding schools conduct lessons and guided rides in most areas. The Bay & Basin Leisure Centre offers a fitness centre, indoor pools, water slide, spa, crèche, café and sports shop. In the southern areas, the Ulladulla Leisure Centre offers aquatic and leisure activities. There are several other pool complexes throughout the city, ask the Visitors Information Centre for details.

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Dolphin watching cruises operate on Jervis Bay, leaving Huskisson daily, with whale watching a popular activity from June to November. You can cruise the majestic Shoalhaven River to see for yourself what the fuss is about. If you prefer, you can sail, snorkel, swim or dolphin watch on purpose-built boats for day charter on Jervis Bay. Fisher folk are well catered for with charter boats operating out of major centres. Try your hand at deep sea fishing or discover game, sport estuary and reef bottom fishing. For those who are at home in the tree canopy or simply want to check it out, the tree adventure course at North Nowra will have you swinging, leaping, climbing and flying through the forest. Flying foxes zip between trees and there are cargo nets, rope bridges and wooden obstancles – high above the ground. The courses become increasingly difficult as you climb higher into the canopy, which means that you can find the right level to suit you. If you enjoy a round of golf, you’ll find courses at Kangaroo Valley, Shoalhaven Heads, Coolangatta, Nowra, Worrigee, Callala Beach, Vincentia, St Georges Basin, Sussex Inlet and Mollymook. There are mini golf courses at East Nowra and Huskisson.


Trees Adventure

Choose your next adventure! • Ocean, river and lake kayaking • Fishing • Cruises and charters • Horse riding • Lookouts • National Parks – coastal and hinterland • Bird watching • Cycling/bike paths • Swimming • Surfing • Golf

Walking on Water fun ride

• Water skiing • Wakeboarding • Exciting water rides • Canopy adventures and flying foxes • Segway tours • Road cycling • 33

road & path cycling

Stretching along the coast and into the mountainous, remote forests of eastern NSW, the Shoalhaven offers cyclists the perfect ride. We’ve included some of our road and path rides as a taste. Visit for the Shoalhaven Cycling Guide which includes maps and ride descriptions, as well as information on other shared paths.

shared paths NORTH Riverview Road shared path along Shoalhaven River Ride along the path on the levee bank with great views of the Shoalhaven River.

CENTRAL Huskisson – St Georges Basin Circuit Medium cycle path and road ride. Ride first to Vincentia shops mainly onJervis Bay foreshore cycle path, then continue across country on the off-road cycle path to Sanctuary Point.

SOUTH Burrill to Ulladulla shared path Starts at corner Parson Street/ Princes Highway, Ulladulla and ends at Canberra Crescent/Princes Highway, Burrill Lake. Approx. 5 km

NORTH Kangaroo Valley: Circuit Easy, 25km road Explore the rural landscapes of Upper Kangaroo Valley, following a beautiful river, with swimming holes. Extension to end of road becomes Medium MTB. Berry: Circuit Easy, 16km road Sealed road through gentle countryside to Seven Mile Beach National Park, picnic area and surf. Nowra: Circuit Easy, 30km road Following the Shoalhaven River through farmland, small settlements and $10 return ferry to the Nature Reserve of Comerong Island – an excellent introductory ride.

CENTRAL Huskisson: Circuit

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Easy, 13km road A leisurely couple of hours to access beautiful beaches facing north across Jervis Bay, to swim or just relax. Sussex Inlet: Circuit Easy, 19km road For all levels of fitness, an encounter with the coastal beauty and wildlife, mostly on paths and quiet back roads.

SOUTH Milton: Circuit Medium, 15km road A taste of urban riding around Milton, Ulladulla and Mollymook, with cycleways in the busier parts of town. Ulladulla: Circuit Medium, 10km road An urban exploration through the hidden Millards Creek cycleway, out the lighthouse and back to the harbour.


riding off road

Here’s a selection of off-road rides to suit a variety of ages and levels of fitness. Visit for more MTB rides in the Shoalhaven Cycling Guide. NORTH Kangaroo Valley to North Nowra Medium/hard, 33km MTB The Mount Scanzi Road through Bugong Gap offers variety and some steep terrain. No service between ends. Reverse ride also medium/hard. Nowra: Circuit Medium, 26km MTB A relatively easy excursion into the bush west of Nowra, with broad views over the Shoalhaven River South Nowra: Circuit Easy, 21km MTB An accessible ride, offering forest trails, cyclepath and sealed roads, with exceptional views of the coast plain, naval air base and Aviation Museum. South Nowra: Circuit Easy, 13km MTB A taste of off-road for all the family through Shoalhaven Forest, accessible by cycle-friendly roads and dedicated paths.

CENTRAL Booderee NP: Circuit Medium, 22km MTB Immerse yourself in the original bushland of the peninsula, with wild-flowers and vistas to make the stops memorable. Check tides for the beach section. Tianjara Falls to Cudmirrah Medium/hard, 45km MTB From deep in the Morton National Park to the coastal forests, lakes and beaches. A big ride for good conditions. Cudmirrah: Circuit Medium, 23km MTB An excursion into the forests, trails and beaches between Bendalong and Swan Lake, including Walter Hood shipwreck memorial.


Currambene Forest Bike Trails Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group has produced a map showing several trails that start at the southern end of Worrigee Road, 9.8km from Nowra Visitors Centre, and at Callala Bay Road, north of the village. Trails are gravel roads, fire trails and bush tracks. Most trails are impassable after heavy rain, due to sticky red clay and boggy areas. • East Stump Road Easy, 16.1km • Snowwood Road Easy, 10.2km • Manuka/Charcoal Roads Advanced, 9.4km • Myola Link Easy, 14km • Coonemia Road Easy, 8.8km For further information and map, contact – Shoalhaven Visitors Centre, Nowra or Shoalhaven Bicycle User Group 02 4421 5214 email:

Pigeon House/Didthul to Milton Medium, 33km MTB To Milton from Pigeon House Mountain – with great valley and coastal views, but not all down-hill. Pigeon House to Merry Beach Medium/hard 45km MTB To Kioloa, the second ride from Pigeon House Mountain – a great MTB challenge with exceptional scenery and a beautiful beach as the prize. • 35

made for walking

Bomaderry Creek Walk

Whether you’re a serious walker heading into the wilderness or a family enticing the kids away from their screens, you’ll find your perfect walking track in the spectacular Shoalhaven landscape. So lace up those hiking shoes, grab a water bottle and enjoy the best our natural world has to offer.

Some popular walking tracks … NORTH


Cambewarra Mountain. Red Rocks Nature Reserve Walk.11.5km return – 3hr 15min. Hard. Park on Cambewarra Lookout Road. Access to walk is from dirt road on top of Cambewarra Pass. Views of Kangaroo Valley and Nowra district.

Wreck Walk. 2.5km return, 40min. Easy. Park at Abrahams Bosom Reserve, off Beecroft Pde Currarong. Remnants of SS Merimbula wreck.

Bomaderry Creek. 4km, 1hr 30min. Easy, some climbing. Starts at parking area in Nerang Road, Bomaderry. Rainforest, sandstone cliffs. BANGALEE RESERVE Parking at Reserve, 3.2kms along Kooloona Drive, North Nowra Weir Graves, Bangalee Reserve. 4.5km, 1hr 15min. Easy with some climbing. See pioneers graves and river views. Condie Graves, Bangalee Reserve – 2km, 45min. Easy. Pioneers’ graves, bushland. Forest Walk, Bangalee Reserve. 1km, 30min. Easy. Bushland The Grotto, North Nowra. 2.5km, 45min. Easy with some climbing. Park at Riverbank reserve on Fairway Dr, Nth Nowra, or at any of several points along Yurunga Dr (off Gunyama Cres, Nth Nowra). Sandstone cliffs, river views. Bens Walk. 5.5km, 2 hr. Easy with some climbing. Park at back of Nowra Showground, Junction St, Nowra

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Beecroft Headland Circuit. 5km, 2hr. Easy with some climbing. Park at Abrahams Bosom Reserve, off Beecroft Pde Currarong. Coastal vegetation, sea cliffs, Aboriginal rock shelter.

CENTRAL White Sands Walk, Jervis Bay National Park. 2km, 1hr. Easy. Access from Greenfields Beach Reserve. Coastal scenery, bushland. Scribbly Gum Track, Jervis Bay National Park. 1.5kmm, 30min. Easy. Access from Greenfields Beach Reserve or carpark at Seamans (Hyams) Beach. Coastal scenery, bushland. Basin Walk. 5km return, 1hr 30min. Easy. Boobook Reserve, off Sanctuary Point Rd Views of St Georges Basin. BOODEREE NATIONAL PARK (entry fee applies) Walking tracks brochures available at Booderee Visitor Centre. Bherwerre Beach Circuit, Booderee National Park – 2.8km, 1hr. Easy. Park at Cave Beach car park. Coastal vegetation, swamp, beach.

WALKING Buckleys Point, Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve – 2km return, 30min. Easy. Off Narrawallee Creek Road Lake Conjola, car park Coastal vegetation, views of shoreline.

Narrawallee Inlet, Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve – 5km return, 1hr 30min. Easy. Off Narrawallee Creek Road Lake Conjola, car park. Coastal vegetation and views of shoreline.

One Track for All, Ulladulla – Two loops of 1km each, 1hr. Easy. Off Dolphin Street Ulladulla Aboriginal art, coastal views.

Wheelchair access.

Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve – 1.25km, 30min. Easy. Off Warden Street Ulladulla. Native plants and trees. Coomee Nulunga Circuit, Ulladulla – 2.5km, 1hr 30min. Easy. Off Deering St, Ulladulla. Coastal views, Aboriginal art. South Pacific Heathland Reserve – 1.5km, 30min. Easy. Off Dowling St, Ulladulla. Seashore, native plants, birdlife. Murramarang Aboriginal Area – 2.5km, 1hr. Easy. Park at Sandmine Car Park just north of Racecourse Beach Caravan Park. Murramarang Rd Bawley Point. Aboriginal archaeological site. Pretty Beach – Durras Summit, Murramarang National Park – 8km return, 3hrs. Moderate with steady climbs. Commence from Pretty Beach camping area. Bushland and coastal views. Pebbly Beach – Durras Summit – Murramarang National Park – 7.5km return, 3hr 30min. Moderate with a steady climb. Commence from Pebbly Beach car park. Bushland and coastal views. Pebbly Beach – Clear Point – Murramarang National Park – Currarong

Telegraph Creek Nature Trail, Booderee National Park. 1.8km, 30min. Easy. Green Patch car park Coastal vegetation. Murrays Walking Trail, Booderee National Park. 5km, 2hr. Easy. Murrays Beach car park. Cliff-top views. Steamers Beach, Booderee National Park. 3.5km return, 1hr 30min. Moderate with steep climb up from beach. Steamers Beach car park. Isolated beach, headland. Brooks Lookout, Booderee National Park. 4km return, 1hr 30min return. Easy. Park at end of Steamers Rd, follow Steamers Track, turn right onto Brooks Track. Coastal views.

3.5km return, 1hr 30min. Easy. Commence from Pebbly Beach car park. Coastal views. Pebbly Beach – Snake Bay – Murramarang National Park – 7km return, 3hr 30min. Easy. Commence from Pebbly Beach car park. Bushland and coastal views. Depot Beach Rainforest Walk – Murramarang National Park – 700m, 30min. Easy. Commence from Depot Beach car park. Rainforest and beach views. Durras Discovery Trail – Murramarang National Park –

1.5km, 45min. Easy. Take Lake Road off North Durras Rd to a car park. Coastal forest.

St Georges Head, Booderee National Park. 11km return, 3hr 30min. Hard. Park at Summercloud Bay picnic area. Coastal bushland.


Walter Hood Monument – 5km return, 1hr 30min. Easy. Birch Road, Monument Beach, Bendalong Historic memorial, coastline views. Rainforest Walk – 1km, 30min. Easy. Off 12 Mile Road, Morton National Park Jerrawangala Rainforest, extraordinary views. Granite Falls – 1.5km, 1hr. Easy. Off 12 Mile Road , Morton National Park Jerrawangala. Waterfall, cliff. Mt Bushwalker – 6.5km return, 2hr 15min. Moderate. Off Porters Creek Road, Morton National Park Conjola. Rusden Head – 8.5km return, 2hr 45min. Moderate. Off Porters Creek Road, Morton National Park Conjola.Pigeon House, other peaks and cliffs. Florance Head – 5.5km return, 1hr 45min. Easy. Off Porters Creek Road, Morton National Park Conjola. Pigeon house, other peaks and coastal views. Pigeon House Didthul, Morton National Park – 4.5km return, 3hr 30min. Hard with 490m climb. From Milton travel west on

Croobyar Rd, which becomes Woodstock Rd, right onto the dirt Clyde Ridge Rd, right onto Yadboro Rd, then right at a signed junction to reach the parking bay. Mountain and coastal views. • 37

beach culture

The Shoalhaven coast is edged by miles and miles of pristine beaches, from the long expanse of Seven Mile Beach at Shoalhaven Heads to the beaches of Murramarang National Park in the south. Currarong

If you’re looking for a safe, sheltered spot for young children to have a paddle and try out their first snorkelling gear, discover gentle coves such as the famed Honeymoon Bay on the northern side of Jervis Bay. Further around the bay are the sheltered waters of Callala Bay and Callala Beach.

beaches to suit all styles and abilities. You’ll find a

Ever popular on the southern side of Jervis Bay are Greenfields and Blenheim beaches and the sands of Hyams Beach, reputed to be the whitest in the world. Greenpatch Beach in Booderee National Park has been a long-time favourite for generation after generation and in the southern Shoalhaven, Narrawallee Inlet is suitable for kids.

well known for a consistent surf, hosting multiple surf

The region has some of the country’s best surf

22°C and around 15°C during winter.

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fun local surf culture with lots of waves to be caught all-year round. Notable breaks include Comerong Island, Culburra Beach, Windy Gully at Currarong, Summercloud Bay in Booderee National Park, Green Island, Dum-Dums at Lake Tabourie and Mollymook is competitions annually. Get a copy of the Shoalhaven Surfing Guide from the visitors centres for a full run down of the best surfing spots. Ocean water temperatures in summer are a warm

BEACHES * patrolled beaches during summer



Swan Haven unnamed beach (family) Swan Lake Caravan Park beach (family)



Greys Beach – Shoalhaven River (water ski)



*Culburra Beach (Northern End)

CULBURRA *Tilbury Cove – Ocean *Warrain Beach – Ocean

CURRARONG *Warrain Beach – Ocean Abrahams Bosom Beach – Ocean Honeymoon Bay – Jervis Bay (family) Long Beach – Jervis Bay

CALLALA – JERVIS BAY Callala Bay – (family) Callala Beach Myola

HUSKISSON – JERVIS BAY Huskisson Beach Sharknet Beach (family) Moona Moona Creek (family) Collingwood Beach




Greenwell Point Boat Ramp – River (family)

ULLADULLA Rennies Beach

Manyana Beach Lake Conjola – Deep lake (calm and protected) Conjola Beach

Bogey Hole (Burleigh Way) – Large rock pool suitable for paddling and exploring at high tide

Burrill Lake sailboat beach (family)

BAWLEY POINT Racecourse Beach


*Narrawallee Beach – Ocean (patrolled Southern End during school holidays) Narrawallee Inlet – Shallow lake (sheltered; suitable for paddling and exploring)

Merry Beach – Murramarang National Park Pretty Beach – Murramarang National Park

PEBBLY BEACH Pebbly Beach – Murramarang National Park

MOLLYMOOK *Mollymook Beach – Ocean (patrolled both Southern and Northern Ends during school holidays)


Popular surf breaks • Shoalhaven Heads (Seven Mile Beach) • Comerong Island (Commie) • Crookhaven Heads (Crooky)

Orion Beach Nelson Beach Blenheim Beach (family) Greenfields Beach (family)

• Culburra Beach


• Aussie Pipeline/Black Rock (Summercloud Bay – Booderee NP)

(reputed to have the whitest sand in the world) Chinamans Beach Hyams Beach

BOODEROO NATIONAL PARK Greenpatch (family) Bristol Point Murrays Beach

ST GEORGES BASIN BEACHES Wrights Beach Erowal Bay Palm Beach (family) Paradise Beach (family)

SUSSEX INLET Lumeah Beach *Cudmirrah Beach Berrara Beach

• Culburra Main/Warrain Beach (Culburra Surf Club) • Windy Gully (Currarong Road)

• Caves Beach (Booderee NP) • Taboo (Sussex Inlet Point) • Conneeleys (Sussex Surf Club) • Inyadda Beach (Bendalong) • Green Island (Cunjurong Point) • Narrawallee Beach • Mollymook Beach • Collers Beach (Golf Course Reef) • Dum-Dums (Lake Tabourie) • Pebbly Beach For further information on Shoalhaven’s many great surfing beaches, grab a copy of the SHOALHAVEN SURFING GUIDE, available at Visitor Information Centres. • 39


Penguin Head

whales … up close As if the gorgeous beaches, beautiful scenery, and fantastic community events weren’t enough incentive to visit the Shoalhaven, there’s the added display of playful whales each year from June to November. These majestic creatures are the greatest travellers on the planet and those who are lucky enough to get up close and personal describe an intensely moving experience. The calm waters of Jervis Bay make ideal conditions for viewing these beautiful creatures up close. The Bay provides mothers and their calves with a place to rest and have a little play on the return leg of their journey. Some of the finest whale watching in New South Wales can be seen here in the Shoalhaven, either by going out in search of whales on a tour, or through the many vantage points throughout the Shoalhaven. Penguin Head at Culburra, the old ruined lighthouse at Booderee National Park and the Ulladulla Lighthouse on Warden Street, Ulladulla are great places to track whale activity. Visit www.wild or download the app to stay up to date with whale movements via the interactive map and find out about planned whale discovery tours during whale season. It’s not all about the whales — the coast is teeming

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with seals, little penguins, dolphins and amazing birdlife making your visit a truly memorable experience.

If you would like to see the whales up close and personal, why not book a whale watching tour with the following companies: Dolphin Watch50 Owen St Huskisson, Jervis Bay (02) 4441 6311 Dolphin Wild – 58 Owen St Huskisson, Jervis Bay (02) 4441 7002 Silver Star Fishing Charters – Greenwell Point (02) 4421 5380 Surf and Fish Charters – Wason St, Ulladulla (02) 4454 4212 Ulladulla Fishing Charters – Wason St, Ulladulla (02) 4455 4344


pets on holiday There is no need to leave your pet behind when you go away. Every member of the family – the humans and their four-legged friends – can unwind in the Shoalhaven.

The region is blessed with a wide range of accommodation options and these days the whole family can kick back on a pet-friendly holiday. With so many people choosing to travel with their pets, more and more accommodation operators are putting out the welcome mat for cats and dogs. Choose from our listings of cottages, cabins and units as well as tourist, caravan and camping parks. Horse lovers who want to hitch up their trailers and bring their equine friends along can take their pick from several agistment options. There are lots of trails in the surrounding bushland for relaxed rides, or you can head out on a longer trek to places such as Swan Lake. If your accommodation isn’t pet friendly, there are many dog and cat boarding kennels where your pets can enjoy their own relaxed getaway. And you can always drop in and give them lots of cuddles so they don’t miss out on all the fun.

Callala Beach

off-leash areas

In any public place other than an approved offleash area, your dog must be under the effective control of a competent person by means of a chain, cord or leash. Dogs are only permitted to be “off-leash” in designated Council managed areas. They must be under the control of a competent handler at all times. • 41

SHOALHAVEN ANNUAL EVENTS JANUARY Huskisson Carnival Shoalhaven Heads Fishing Club Annual Charity Day Nowra Town Band Book Sale Australia Day Celebrations throughout the Shoalhaven

MARCH International Women’s Day Milton Show Clean Up Australia Day

AUGUST Berry Camellia & Flower Show


Annual David Berry Hospital Auxiliary Book Sale

Berry Quilting Exhibition

Seniors Week events throughout the Shoalhaven

NSW Bike Week

Relay for Life, Nowra

Garden Lovers Fair, Berry

White Sands Easter Carnival

Milton Music Festival

Greenwell Point Open Easter Fishing Carnival

Shoalhaven Orchid Society Spring Show

Terara Country Music Campout

Spring Fun & Food Fair, Vincentia

Legacy Week Escape Artfest Milton/Ulladulla

Berry Antique & Collectables Fair

Kids Day Out, Nowra


Sussex Inlet Rotary Summer Carnival 2014 with Duck Dash

Shoalhaven River Festival

Nowra Triathlon

Berry Gardens Festival

Jervis Bay Marine Park School Holiday Program

Cornish Cultural Celebrations

National Parks & Wildlife Services Discovery Program

Annual Bay & Basin Quilt & Craft Show

Gold Festival of Golf Shoalhaven Heads Classic Fishing Carnival Endless Summer Art Exhibition Great Moscow Circus

Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival



Ulladulla Blessing of the Fleet (Easter)

Cambewarra Public School Calf and Craft Fair

Xterra Asia Pacific Championship

Jervis Bay October Long W/E Regatta Shoalhaven Marine Rescue Open Day

Ice Escape


Monster Trucks Family Spectacular

Berry Celtic Festival See Change Arts Festival (16 May–9 June) Culburra Beach Festival National Motoring Heritage Day

JUNE Milton Scarecrow Festival Willandra Classic – State Cross Country Championship Shoalhaven Eisteddfod – Stars Concert

FEBRUARY Berry Food & Wine Showcase Sussex Inlet Choppers for Charity Nowra Show

Husky 100 Mountain Bike Marathon See Change Winter Arts Festival Whale Census Day Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival

Berry Show Kangaroo Valley Show Shoalhaven Week of Golf Annual Trailer Yacht Association Regatta

NOVEMBER Huskisson Triathlon Okuma Whitesands Game Fishing Tournament Southern Shoalhaven Timber Festival

DECEMBER Callala Triathlon Berry Merry Christmas

JULY Sussex Inlet Annual Family Fishing Carnival

Huskisson Triathlon

King of the Mountain Foot Race, Mt Scanzi

Hobie 16’s World Championships

Nowra Poultry Club Show

Red Hot Summer Tour

Shoalhaven Orchid Society Winter Show

Carols by Candlelight, various locations throughout Shoalhaven Charity Santa Ride – Huskisson Huskisson Carnival Millhouse Art Society Art Exhibition NYE Fireworks – Ulladulla Harbour Huskisson NYE Fireworks New Year’s Eve – Various celebrations throughout the Shoalhaven

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live music & entertainment BUNDANON AND RIVERSDALE The Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Education Centre, located on Bundanon’s Riversdale site presents musical and other performances by well-known individuals and groups. 170 Riversdale Road, Tapitallee (02) 4422 2100. BOMADERRY NOWRA PLAYERS Local amateur dramatics theatre with several performances held throughout the year. Meroo Road 1300 662 808 or (02) 4421 0607 NORTH NOWRA NORTH NOWRA TAVERN Free live music Saturday nights, 8.30pm–11.30pm Cnr Page Avenue and Illaroo Road (02) 4423 4944. NOWRA MUSIC SHOALHAVEN This group presents concerts featuring visiting classical musicians as well as talented local performers. Program of performances on the website. (02) 4422 9793 or 4441 1062

Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre

HUSKISSON HUSKISSON PICTURES Huskisson Pictures opens every day (except Good Friday and Christmas Day) showing the latest releases and has a modest price structure. Cnr Sydney & Owen Streets (02) 4441 6343 recorded program or 4441 5076 for cinema ST GEORGES BASIN BAY AND BASIN MUSIC CLUB Presents around six concerts each year offering a variety of classical music, from pianists, strings, woodwind, percussion players (solo or groups) as well as opera, choral groups and solo voice. (02) 4443 2250. MILTON MILTON THEATRE


An intimate 200 seat historic theatre with a great ambience and excellent acoustics, suitable for live performances, plays, opera and dance.

Live music in a relaxed atmosphere Thursdays, 7pm and Sunday afternoons.

69 Princes Highway (02) 4455 3056.

2/90 Kinghorne Street (02) 4423 1664.


ROXY CINEMA Five cinemas show current movie releases. Two ground-floor cinemas with disabled access and toilet facilities. Berry Street (02) 4423 5222.

ARCADIA TWIN CINEMA Screening both popular commercial film and art house titles for the discerning viewer. Access by caterpillar wheelchair lift (takes some time), ramps and disabled toilets also inside.


Boree Street (02) 4454 1224. Program information 1900 937 540 for current releases.

Summer Sunday sessions on the deck, 3pm.


10 Wharf Rd (02) 4422 6651.

Many of our village cafes and pubs have fantastic live music, you never know what you’ll discover. You might even find yourself dancing in the street!

The Escalators serve up jazz and Latin every first Sunday of the month from 1:30pm – 4:30pm (except New Years Day). Make a booking for lunch from 12 noon or enjoy wine, cheese with the jazz. 58 Washburton Rd (02) 4455 7888. • 43

Huskisson Wharf

family time Whether you’ve been coming to the Shoalhaven region since childhood, or this is your first visit, you’ll have the time of your life.

Holidays are great for kids and for the kid in every grownup. They give you precious time to spend carefree hours far from the stress of school and work to simply enjoying being alive in these magical surroundings. For the young and not so young adventurer, the Shoalhaven offers a myriad of activities. The city is renowned far and wide for its many unspoiled beaches, from ocean surf breaks to sheltered bays and coves. For fantastic fun on the water, you can hire canoes, kayaks , stand up paddle boards and boats and paddle our rivers, lakes and beaches or rent a surfboard from several locations. Take the family aboard a dolphin or whale cruise for the thrill of seeing these amazing animals up close. The swimming pools and leisure centres throughout the Shoalhaven give you a chance to relax while the kiddies tire themselves out with aquatic activities. Bring your bikes and take them on a bush track to explore some of the many forests. For younger children, try out the shared pathway along the Shoalhaven River in Nowra, or the track running along Collingwood Beach. Or for something different, head out to Shoalhaven Heads to see the sky filled with colourful kites.

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Horse riding is a great family pastime, and we have magnificent surroundings for horse riding escapades, whether it’s through lush forest mountain sides or a dense and woody bush scrub trail, there’s nothing like taking in the dramatic Shoalhaven scenery on horseback. Horse riding adventures can be found at Kangaroo Valley, Falls Creek and Termeil. The city has a vast selection of parks and reserves, equipped with safe play equipment for the littlies, together with facilities for a laid-back barbecue or picnic. And for the energetic family, discover one of Shoalhaven’s many bushwalks, from easy to the more adventurous. For something different, try the new Trees Adventure at Shoalhaven Zoo – giving you a different view of the animals while hanging from a tree like a monkey! The cliff and tree adventure will push your boundaries but you will be pleased you overcame your fears to experience this thrilling tree-top quest! For those who have a need for speed, the Nowra Speedway at Albatross holds regular speedcar races guaranteed to delight your little ones and provide an entertaining night out for the whole family. If you’re looking for a slightly more relaxed family outing,


Bay & Basin Leisure Centre

Nowra and Ulladulla both have multiscreen cinemas, showing the latest blockbusters, while a more intimate screening session can be found at the smaller Huskisson and Sussex Inlet cinemas. You just can’t beat the experience of watching a movie on a big screen!

Callala Beach

With laser skirmish, rides, dodgems and arcade games, it’s a fun time all year round at Ulladulla Funland. The indoor amusement park has three floors of rides and games ensuring there is plenty to keep the youngsters (and the young at heart) amused long enough for you to have a well-earned rest. Older kids will be hanging out to try one of the city’s skate parks, from Berry to Ulladulla. There are so many wonderful activities, you’ll want to come again and again just to fit them all in.

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Old gold mines at Yalwal

history In December 1797, George Bass, sailing down the coast in a whaleboat with six seamen, discovered the mouth of a river. He disliked the entrance so much that he named it Shoals-Haven. It has been established that Bass named the mouth of the Crookhaven River with the name later assumed by the great Shoalhaven River. Thus the early Settlers of Sydney learned of the district around the Shoalhaven. As land around Sydney was taken up, the Shoalhaven was further explored and surveyed. New land was needed for the expanding settlement. The Scotsman Alexander Berry explored the Shoalhaven District in January 1822, looking for land on which to settle. Berry settled permanently at Coolangatta on the north bank of the Shoalhaven River. Other members of his family from Scotland joined him later. With his partner, Edward Wollstonecraft, Berry took up land grants of 10,000 acres, and Shoalhaven’s modern history began. In August of 1846, Berry’s schooner, the Coolangatta was wrecked between Point Danger and Cut Hill, Queensland. This place still bears the name of Coolangatta, linking the Gold Coast and the Shoalhaven with an historical tie. The anchor of the Coolangatta serves as a monument by the beach at Queensland’s Coolangatta. In the early days, Shoalhaven was noted for the timber that encouraged logging to supply the need for sleepers for the early railways. Wool and wheat, as well as fresh vegetables and fruit were shipped to Sydney from Jervis Bay Harbour. Goods were hauled from as far away as the Highlands and Jervis Bay was considered a rival port to Sydney Harbour. The Dent and Settree families from

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Historic buildings, Coolangatta Estate

Currambene Creek, Huskisson, pioneered shipbuilding. Built by the Dent family, the former Sydney Harbour Ferry, Lady Denman, is now at rest on the shores where she was built at Huskisson. She is now restored and on display under cover within the Lady Denman Heritage Complex. The history of the Southern Shoalhaven is recorded as far back as the voyage of Captain Cook, who recorded in his log on the 21 April 1770 that he had sighted a prominent landmark. Cook gave this feature a European name, ‘Pigeon House’ unaware of the name ‘Didthul’ given to it by the indigenous people. A note was also made that natives had been sighted on the beach of what is now called Bawley Point. Aboriginal middens still exist in this area. Alexander Berry, Hamilton Hume and Thomas Davidson made the first recorded ascent of the Pigeon House Mountain in 1822.

To find out more on the history of the Shoalhaven, contact the Shoalhaven Historical Society which is open weekends from 1–4pm or by appointment. It is located at the Nowra Museum, Cnr Kinghorne & Plunkett Sts, Nowra.

koori culture


Doonooch Dancers

The Yuin Aboriginal people are considered the traditional owners of the South Coast country from the Shoalhaven down to the Victorian border. Through dance, art and activities, the Koori people in the Shoalhaven contribute greatly to the cultural landscape of the region. A visit to the Shoalhaven is an ideal opportunity to experience indigenous culture and crafts. DANCE


DOONOOCH DANCE COMPANY This is a premier traditional Aboriginal dance company. The group is the dynamic result of the self-healing program begun in 1998 by the late Robert McLeod, an Aboriginal activist, poet, healer, musician and Yuin elder from Wreck Bay Village, Jervis Bay Territory. Their performance is electrifying and powerful, inspired by tradition, culture and ceremony. In 2000 Doonooch Dancers were part of the Olympic Games Opening Ceremonies.

Guided tour includes boomerang throwing, bush tucker, bush medicine, local history, dreaming stories, weapons and tool displays, didgeridoo playing and fire making. Tours approximately two hours. Bookings required.

ART & CRAFT LADDIE TIMBERY’S WORKSHOP Laddie is a respected Koori elder from the Eora Nation. His people are the Bidjigal clan, which span from La Perouse, Botany Bay, down through the South Coast regions of NSW and known as the Yuin Nation. He belongs to the Dharawal language group which goes from Sydney to Jervis Bay, where his family currently live and produce artwork and artefacts, which are available from the workshop.

Deering Street, Ulladulla (02) 4455 5883 ONE TRACK FOR ALL Tucked away on the northern headland of Ulladulla Harbour (via Dolphin Street), this two kilometre track is a cultural trail which tells the Aboriginal and nonAboriginal history of the southern Shoalhaven. The story is illustrated through the many relief carvings and paintings placed around the two kilometres of track. THE DIGGING STICK ART & FOOD Is locally owned and managed, offering wholesome food with an Indigenous twist. While visiting, enjoy browsing the art works and artefacts to experience the Indigenous culture.

Lady Denman Heritage Complex Woollamia Road, Huskisson

Noel Butler is a traditional land owner of the Badawang people. He and his wife, Trish, are passionate about sharing their love of Indigenous culture, art and food.


Open Tue to Sun 8am–4pm; Fri to Sat from 6pm. Bookings essential. BYO

GALAMBAN Drawing on a lifetime of knowledge, this group from the Wreck Bay community offers the Indigenous Legends and Landscapes series of cultural activities based at Booderee National Park. Choose campfire yarns, weaving, bushfoods, medicines and survival skills, a spotlight stroll among others.

16 Wason Street, Ulladulla 0405 646 911

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Photo: James Horan; Destination NSW

bon appetit The Shoalhaven has a vibrant mix of restaurants, cafés, hotels and clubs, offering a remarkable variety of eating styles and stunning locations. From cafés to fine dining in a hatted restaurant, there is something to please everyone. You can choose to dine while overlooking a colourful harbour, fruitful vineyard, lush rolling hills or the magnificent Shoalhaven River or an establishment right in town. Experience the best of contemporary cuisine in the many quality restaurants throughout the city serving innovative and exciting gourmet food and wines. Cafés abound throughout the area, serving a diverse cuisine including hearty breakfasts, homemade foods, vegetarian dishes, superb coffee, luscious cakes and desserts, kebabs, and much more. Whether you want a large meal or a latte and cake, indoors or alfresco, you’ll find just what you want.

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Savour the best the ocean can offer at one of the many local restaurants where the produce is served fresh. For those seeking an international culinary experience, you’ll find an array of cultural restaurants including Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Indian and Italian. There are many opportunities in the Shoalhaven to sample the region’s cuisine. Ask the Visitor Information Centre for a comprehensive list of Shoalhaven eateries, or visit


al fresco fun When the sun is shining and the weather is fine, it’s

BERRY The Emporium Food Co. 127B Queen Street (02) 4464 1570 Hampers and picnic baskets are made to order to suit any budget and occasion. Just Delicious Unit 3, 62 Albert St (02) 4464 3650

a natural instinct to head out into the open spaces to enjoy the delights of a picnic.

Picnic hampers to order, 24 hours.

PYREE With so many perfect locations in the Shoalhaven, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Spread your blanket under a beach umbrella on the sands of one of our pristine beaches, find a picnic shelter in one of the many parks or discover a secret bush clearing away from the madding crowd. If you’re planning a quiet, romantic al fresco liaison for two, a lively family picnic or a casual catch-up with friends, you’ll find the ideal spot.

Butterfactory Catering Based at The Butterfactory Restaurant 739 Greenwell Point Rd. Pyree (02) 4447 14000

To kick back and relax on a sunny day, take along some quilts and blankets for lunch in the shade and if you want a snooze after the meal, you’ll be able to stretch out in comfort.

Award-winning restaurant will supply picnic baskets of contemporary Australian food, seasonal goodies, using locally grown produce when available.

There are lots of parks throughout the city offering free gas barbeques. Go to the Service Director in the back section of this guide for a full list.


Choose from a wide array of Shoalhaven regional food and wine to make a memorable spread, or check out a local supplier to create a hamper full of local goodies.

Supply Jervis Bay 1/54 Owen St, Huskisson (02) 4441 5815. Breakfast baskets, picnic hampers, BBQ packs. • 49

where to start your spree… With a range of shopping experiences, the Shoalhaven dishes up retail therapy in beautiful country town settings, bustling town centres and lively local markets city wide. The town of Berry is a boutique shoppers dream, with a vast array of antique shops and specialty stores set amongst old heritage buildings and tree lined streets, giving the town its charm and character. A perfect way to spend the day here is to shop up a storm at the specialty stores in the morning, followed by a delicious lunch served by one of the many popular local cafes, and an afternoon of trawling through the local antique stores. Don’t forget to visit Old Creamery Lane while you’re there – as a visit to the Treat Factory is a must! The Jindyandy Shops at Pyree are a great way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon, with a delicious cafe, restaurant,

Diverse would have to be the word to sum up shopping in the Shoalhaven.

specialty shops, and a scrapbooking superstore to explore. If you have kids they will love the lolly store, and the sweets on offer will bring back childhood memories of your own!

must visit…

Berry Kang aroo Val ley Pyree Huskisson Milton

To the south, with a fantastic range of boutique stores the town of Milton is a shopper’s paradise, with a vibrant and unique town centre reflecting the passionate locals who reside there. Art galleries, specialty stores and the renowned Pilgrim’s Café all combine to give you a great day out in the bustling little town. A favourite weekend pastime of the locals is to spend the morning wandering around the markets, with something different on offer every week. Browsing the local markets, taking in the aromas and festive atmosphere to find yourself a little treasure is a morning well spent! Nowra and Ulladulla are the main shopping districts and house the larger shopping centres and malls so you will never have to leave town to find what you need! Whether you’re on the lookout for a forgotten gem tucked away in an op shop, or just love to uncover quirky fashion items, the Shoalhaven has a host of second-hand outlets to trawl through. You never know what you might discover in a local charity store, and if you’re looking out for a good read while you’re kicking back on the coast, check out one of our excellent used book stores.

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National Parks & Nature Reserves BOODEREE NATIONAL PARK Booderee National Park is situated 35 kilometres south-east of Nowra. In keeping with the protection of the environment, spear guns, hand spears, dogs and other domestic animals are not permitted in the reserve. For enquiries regarding the National Park, camping at Green Patch, Bristol Point or Cave Beach call into the Visitors Centre or phone 4443 0977. Fees apply. Murrays Beach: Ample parking and a boat ramp give access to popular fishing spots. No dogs or other domestic animals are permitted in the area. Of interest is the ruined Cape St George Lighthouse, Stoney Creek Road. It was built in the wrong place and proved to be a navigational hazard, luring boats to their doom on the rocky coastline. The Navy was requested to shell it. Botanic Gardens: Located 2km along Cave Beach Road, the Garden has an emphasis on the coastal flora of south eastern Australia. Facilities include nature walks, toilets, BBQ(e) and both open and covered picnic areas. Open Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm; Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10am to 5pm, closed Christmas Day. ph 4442 1122.

White-breasted sea eagle

MEROO NATIONAL PARK This park features a wide variety of forest types including spotted gum and adjoins the largely natural Tabourie, Burrill, Termeil and Meroo coastal lakes. You can enjoy bushwalking, fishing, swimming and canoeing.



The reserve protects the largest remaining sarea of littoral rainforest on the south coast, outstanding wetlands and is home to a variety of protected wading birds. Excellent for recreational fishing, swimming, surfing and birdwatching.

Features sandstone scenery on a grand scale. In the south, the park offers views of the coastline and the Budawang wilderness areas. Remote bushwalking for experienced walkers especially in the Budawangs, with walks at George Boyd Lookout and Granite Falls. More leisurely walks can be enjoyed around Fitzroy Falls and Kangaroo Valley in the north.

10km east of Nowra via Comerong Island car ferry. 2WD in dry weather only. $10 return fare. CONJOLA NATIONAL PARK This coastal park features extensive forests beside beautiful lakes and estuaries and large areas of woodland and heath that become a mass of wildflowers in spring. You’ll find a picnic area and walking track at Monument Beach and a walking track at Fishermans Rock. Access from Cudmirrah and Berrara on unsealed roads. JERVIS BAY MARINE PARK The bay offers beaches, rocky platforms and reefs, extensive seagrass beds, estuaries, deep-water cliffs with caves. Dolphins are a regular sight in the crystal-clear waters. Activities include scuba diving, swimming, surfing, boating and fishing. Access from Princes Highway. JERVIS BAY NATIONAL PARK Sections of the park fringe Jervis Bay, St Georges Basin and ocean beaches. The area is rich in Aboriginal heritage, includes important wetlands and preserves a flourishing diversity of plants and animals. It lies next to Booderee National Park. At Greenfields Beach, you’ll find a picnic area as well as short walks.

MURRAMARANG ABORIGINAL AREA The headland complex of Aboriginal middens is important to local Aboriginal communities as well as being scientifically significant. The site, the largest on the south coast and one of only three older than 10,000 years, contains a dense concentration of stone objects, shells and bones. Access from Princes Highway at Termeil. MURRAMARANG NATIONAL PARK Beaches, rock platforms, spotted gum forests and rainforest gullies surround the beautiful Durras Lake. Explore Durras Lake and Durras Mountain on a range of walking tracks. Access from Princes Highway on mostly unsealed roads. Vehicle entry fee applies. NARRAWALLEE CREEK NATURE RESERVE Explore beautiful estuaries, coastal forests, quiet beaches and honeycombed rock platforms. Enjoy fishing, swimming, surfing and bushwalking. Access north of Ulladulla. SEVEN MILE BEACH NATIONAL PARK The sweep of Seven Mile Beach is rimmed with sand dunes and low forest inhabited by birds, possums and small mammals. Access south of Gerringong on Gerroa Road. • 51


cultural treasures

A diverse community of artists respond in many ways to the unique landscape of the Shoalhaven, creating traditional and contemporary works that reflect the spirit of the city. Arthur Boyd is known for his many works that featured the beauty of the Shoalhaven River and, today, it continues to inspire artists, craftspeople, musicians, performances and writers. The city is blessed with art galleries, museums and organisations dedicated to showcasing visual arts and enriching the sense of community. The Bundanon and Riversdale properties, Arthur and Yvonne Boyd’s gift to the Australian people, offer educational and entertainment events combined with a strong artistin-residence program to foster creativity in the local community as well as nationally and internationally. For ten years, the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre, a Regional Gallery, has attracted exhibitions from renowned Australian and international artists while showcasing works from the best of the region’s

artists. The Centre has hosted poetry and music performances and continues to develop strong bonds with the community. Other significant museums are the Lady Denman Heritage Complex, featuring the Jervis Bay Gallery of Science and the Sea at Huskisson, Meroogal in Nowra and the Fleet Air Arm Museum at HMAS Albatross. These major galleries and museums, combined with a host of private and commercial galleries showing contemporary arts, ceramics, timber and other crafts, ensure the City of Shoalhaven is more than an idyllic natural environment, but also an important and vibrant cultural destination. See the Service Directory in the back section of this guide for a full list of museums and galleries.

Arthur Boyd’s studio, Bundanon

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Cillanti Retreat

where to stay … The Shoalhaven boasts a great range of accommodation, whatever your taste or budget, you’ll be sure to find a place to rest that meets your needs. With spectacular ocean view self-contained apartments, to private leafy properties, or grassy open campsites, choose from a large number of holiday rental properties, caravan and camping parks, motels, hotels, resorts and self-contained accommodation. You can browse our range of accommodation and book online at Payment via our secure payment gateway ensures confidence and peace of mind. You can easily make an

online booking for accommodation just by following the prompts. The friendly staff at the Visitor Information Centres at Nowra and Ulladulla can also provide you with more valuable information and local knowledge on where to stay, so feel free to call in during your visit. If you would like help to make a booking or have any questions relating to accommodation in the Shoalhaven, feel free to contact us on 1300 662 808. • 53


Conferences & events ... whether you are after something relaxing or full of adventure, the Shoalhaven is the perfect destination for your next conference or event. Located on the south coast of New South Wales, south of Sydney and north-east of Canberra, your delegates will enjoy the scenic and easy 2.5 hour drive to our wonderful area. Our region offers a magnificent backdrop with its diversity of coastal, forest, mountain and rural country. Its natural, unspoiled environment provides the atmosphere for a peaceful, relaxing or adventurous visit. The variety of natural experiences and the mildness of our climate means the South Coast is an all-season destination. That’s

why we’re the most visited area in NSW outside of Sydney!

The Shoalhaven has 109 of the most exquisite beaches on the east coast of Australia and is renowned for its beach culture and water sports: Hyams Beach famous for the whitest sand in the world, Bendalong Beach famous for its surf breaks, Callala Bay, Callala Beach and Myola best known for their safe bay swimming and dolphin parades and Mollymook Beach, the beachside paradise of the Shoalhaven – to name a few.

… we have it all

Mollymook/Ulladulla is renowned for its seafood markets and colourful character. The excellent cultural walking track at North Head provides a fascinating journey into the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal history of the area. With over one-third of the Shoalhaven lying south of Ulladulla, visitors can enjoy the Bawley coast, Murramarang National Park and the Clyde River hinterland, which offer pristine landscapes. The diverse range of accommodation and conference venues includes luxury retreats, award-winning bed and breakfasts, boutique hotels, motels, tourist and caravan parks and serviced clubs with great function rooms and nearby accommodation providers.

You can go simple or extravagent! To give you the best experience possible, contact Shoalhaven City Council’s Events Unit, who will be delighted to help you give your delegates an unforgettable experience. To make your work load easier, the Events Unit’s services include sourcing quotes from our: n conference and accommodation providers n team building activities companies

Some of our picturesque towns include:

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Berry and Milton, famous for boutique shopping, great food and some of the best wineries in the region.

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Kangaroo Valley described by many as “the most beautiful valley in Australia” and leader in eco tourism. Go canoeing with your team on the Kangaroo River.

We can also help you with site inspections and organising leisure or team building activities.

Nowra, the commercial hub to the region, has great bushwalking areas close to the Shoalhaven River. Why not take your group out for a lunch cruise on this alluring waterway. Huskisson/Jervis Bay, home to Booderee National Park – winner of International Virgin Responsible Tourism Awards 2010, Best Conservation of Cultural Heritage, the first time an Australian destination has ever won one of these prestigious awards. Home to Lady Denman Heritage Complex. Go whale watching, enjoy coastal walks – the ideal setting for your next team-building activity.

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The Shoalhaven has everything you need to guarantee a successful experience for your organisation. A first class conference destination where you can mix business with pleasure. We welcome you to take a look at us when next looking for a destination for your business event. CONTACT: Ms Emire Farrar, Events Manager Shoalhaven City Council Phone: 61 2 4429 3561 Email:


SHOALHAVEN ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE Auditorium: capacity to hold over 900 people seated theatre style. An iconic venue that will inspire delegates and build confidence in business. The two main theatres (914 seat auditorium and a 192-tiered seat studio theatre) boast ultimate flexibility and are complimented by smaller private rooms for business functions, break-out spaces, seminars, meetings, presentations, exhibitions, tradeshows, cocktail parties, fundraisers and more. Customised seating options and complete catering capabilities available. Bridge Road, Nowra 2541 (02) 4429 5752 BERRY VILLAGE BOUTIQUE MOTEL Accommodation, restaurant & conference facilities.

SHOALHAVEN CITY TURF CLUB 72 Queens St, Berry 2535 (02) 4464 3570 Albatross Road Nowra 2541 (02) 4421 4550


WORRIGEE HOUSE RECEPTION CENTRE Offers conference services and facilities in a relaxed country atmosphere.

Conference facilities for up to 180 delegates, theatre or boardroom style. Prince Alfred St, Berry 2535 (02) 4464 2349, 0410 648338 SILOS ESTATE Offers board room, cellar door and restaurant facilities. B640 Princes Highway Berry 2535 (02) 4448 6082 COOLANGATTA ESTATE Flexible venue with experienced staff, regional cuisine and award-winning wines. 1335 Bolong Rd, Shoalhaven Heads 2535 (02) 4448 7131 KANGAROO VALLEY BUSH RETREAT Private conference venue on 100 acres, conference hall, shaded outdoor areas. 55 Radiata Rd, Kangaroo Valley 2577 (02) 9969 0006 KANGAROO VALLEY GOLF & COUNTRY RESORT Fully equipped conference centre. 390 Mt Scanzi Rd Kangaroo Valley 2577 (02) 4465 0200 YOUTHWORKS SHOALHAVEN CONFERENCE CENTRES Conference & accom. packages, incl. outdoor activities. shoalhaven 439 Koloona Drive West Cambewarra 2540 (02) 8268 3322 RIVERSDALE – BUNDANON TRUST Stunning views of the Shoalhaven River in a unique architect designed venue. 170 Riversdale Road, Tapitallee 2540 (02) 4422 2100

Race track with conference facilities set amongst tranquil bushland on a major arterial road. 209 Worrigee Rd, Worrigee 2541 (02) 4423 1222 THE HUSKISSON Conference facilities for 100 overlooking beautiful Jervis Bay Owen St, Huskisson 2540 (02) 4441 5001 SUSSEX INLET RSL CLUB Two conference rooms, large auditorium, restaurants, surveyed fishing boat 200 Jacobs Drive Sussex Inlet (02) 4441 2076 BANNISTERS Two clear-span conferencing areas, comfortably accommodating up to 40 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook 2539 (02) 4455 3044 MOLLYMOOK SHORES MOTEL Accommodation, conference facilities, restaurant, conference co-ordinator 11 Golf Avenue, Mollymook 2539 (02) 4455 5888 BAWLEY BUSH COTTAGES Offers a multi-purpose space for small to medium-sized groups. 101 Willinga Road, Bawley Point 2539 (02) 6100 4743 MILTON ULLADULLA EX SERVOS CLUB Sea Salt Function Centre offers ideal venue for conferences, conventions, weddings etc. 212 – 222 Princes Hwy, Ulladulla 2539 (02) 4455 1444 • 55


coastal drops They say a good (and fun) way to get a real feel for a region is to taste the wines it produces. And fortunately we’ve got a good variety on offer. The Shoalhaven wine-growing region stretches south to Durras with 20 vineyards and 11 cellar doors to choose from. With its high summer rainfall, humidity and sea breezes, the region’s favourite grape is chambourcin and other popular varieties produced here include chardonnay, verdelho, sauvignon blanc, semillon, cabernet sauvignon and shiraz. Alexander Berry planted the region’s first grapevines at Coolangatta Estate in the 1820s and during the 1870s, Silos Estate vines were established. Both these estates have restored their early buildings, which add a strong character to their cellar doors and tasting rooms. The first serious viticulture in the region commenced back in the 1980s with Coolangatta Estate, followed by Jasper Valley Wines and Silos Estate and Cambewarra Estate vines were planted in the early 1990s. Later new cellar

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doors were opened at Two Figs, Mountain Ridge Wines, Kladis Estate, Cupitts, Nowra Hill Vineyard, Bawley Vale and Yarrawa Estate. Salet Wines at Currarong, identified by the French term – “garagiste” – produces boutique wines from handpicked fruit, using traditional methods. No visit to the Shoalhaven would be complete without a visit to at least one of our cellar doors to sample some of the award-winning drops. Each June long weekend, the Shoalhaven Coast Wine Festival offers visitors three days of fine wine and food. Cellar doors host various events from wine and cheese tastings, dinners, vineyard tours, winery talks, themed lunches, produce and market stalls and live entertainment in the vineyards. There’s a full list of Shoalhaven wineries in the service directory at the back of this guide.


the foodie trail Boutique producers are springing up all over the Shoalhaven. The lush, fertile land combined with passionate and adventurous producers results in a myriad of delicious produce on offer.

From the northern tip to the southern border, you’ll be amazed by the variety and quality of the produce offered at farmgates. Explore Kangaroo Valley for olives, citrus and sweet goodies, hop over to Berry to check out Locavore Friday, a sweet treat or dairy products from our own happy cows. Several of our farmgates offer superb, seasonal fruits and vegetables and you can indulge in certified biodynamic produce in Milton. In summer enjoy the lusciousness of stone fruit direct from the orchard. The intrepid foodie can independently explore the region to discover the delights of fresh berries and chestnuts. Don’t forget the gourmet preserves, relishes and chutneys made with love in the region. To really get the inside information, you can book an indulgent tour to uncover the gourmet secrets of the region. Here on the South Coast, we’re known for our seafood, and lovers of the ocean’s bounty will not be disappointed with the offerings, from iconic oysters at Greenwell Point to fish at Currarong and Ulladulla Harbour. Visitors and locals alike are invited to feast and forage around the countryside blessed with lush pastures that offer the best of dairy products and meat.

With over ten winery cellar doors, all offering samples of the region’s top wines, including some new varieties, you’ll be sure to find your new favourite drop. A recent newcomer to the scene is our nano brewery, HopDog, specialising in handcrafted, boundary pushing beers and is located at South Nowra. So kick back, stretch out under a tree on a picnic blanket and feast on a mouth-watering local produce spread for lunch. Afterwards have a little rest, savouring the delicious flavours of your lunch and watch the clouds roll by. Perfect. Turn to pages 56 and 57 to see where you can hunt down the best our region has to offer.

Discover a wide range of REGIONAL WINES, BEERS AND GOURMET TREATS at the Shoalhaven Visitor Centre in Nowra • 57

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Flavours of Shoalhaven • Nowra Fresh Fish, Meat & Produce Market • Unicorn Cheese •


Galeria Aniela • Kangaroo Valley Leadlights •

Hume Highway

Fleet Air Arm Museum

Riverview Strawberries

Two Figs Winery

Mountain Ridge Winery

Jim Wild’s Oysters


Lady Denman Maritime Museum & Gallery Huskisson Gallery Laddie Timbery’s Workshop & Picture Framing

HopDog Beerworks

Clayridge Honey

Trusst Tomatoes


• Flying Pig & Precinct Galleries • Berry Historical Museum • Muir House • The Village Forge

• Berry Woodfired Sourdough Bakery • Hungry Duck • The Treat Factory • Berry Sourdough • Berry Rural Cooperative Society Ltd • South Coast Providores • Berry Mountain Farm


The Olive Farm

Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre • Shoalhaven City Arts Centre •

• Fudge Addiction • Crystal Creek Meadows • Kangaroo Valley Olives

Salet Wines


Zac’s Place

Dulkara Art Gallery

Cupitt’s Winery

Merry Maidens’ Veggies & Wholefood

Bawley Vale Estate Wines

Millhouse Artists’ Gallery• Budawang Bazaar • Nulladolla Pottery Group • Splatters of Milton •

Trusst Tomatoes

• Fishermen’s Wharf • Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail • One Track for All • The Digging Stick Art & Food


NOTE: Locations are indicative only Not to scale

Indigenous Cultural Activities

Art Galleries and Museums

Regional Food and Produce

Winery & Brewery Cellar Door





SUSSEX INLET Sussex Inlet Marine Centre Jacobs Dr. (02) 4441 2086. 0488 444 308

Aquatic Centres 60

Kayak & Canoe Hire 62

Bicycle Hire 60

Boat Hire 62

Kangaroo Valley Safaris 2210 Moss Vale Rd. (02) 4465 1502. (02) 4465 1350 / 0418 221 169

Mini Golf 60

Charter Boats and Fishing 62


Horse riding

Cruises 62

Bikes at the Basin 20 Paradise Beach Road. (02) 4443 3777. 0422 381 980

Ten Pin Bowling 60

Diving and Snorkelling 62


Adventure Activities 60

Foodies 63

Riviera Caravan Park 158 River Rd (02) 4441 2112 0421 229 120

Paintball/Skirmish 61

Local Produce 63

Model Railway 61

Wineries– Cellar Door 63


Sporting and Recreation 61

Conference Centres 63


Museums and Galleries 61

Visitors Centres surrounding 64

Nowra Golf Range and Putt Putt Lot 1 Greenwell Point Rd. (02) 4423 3003

Cinemas and Theatres 61

Child minding 64


Gardens 61

Shuttle Bus and Tours 64

18 Hole Mini Golf – Club Husky 336 Huskisson Rd 4441 5135 0418 345 451

Lookouts, Lighthouses and Waterfalls 61

Car Rental 65


Limo & Chauffered Car Hire 65

National Parks 61

Horse Drawn Carriage 65

Big 4 Bungalow Park Putt Putt Golf. 123 Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 1621. 1800 552 944

Surfing and Stand Up Paddle Boarding 62

Taxis 65

Adventure Water Activities 62

Laundry Services 65

HORSE RIDING BUDGONG Kangaroo Valley Horses 251 Abernethys Rd. 0402 902 072. 0499 623 923 FALLS CREEK

AQUATIC CENTRES BERRY Berry Swimming Pool Victoria Street. (02) 4464 2952 BOMADERRY Bomaderry Aquatic Centre 127 Cambewarra Rd. (02) 4429 5600 GREENWELL POINT Greenwell Point Village Pool Greenwell Point Rd. (02) 4447 0185

Valhalla Horseriding & Farm Holidays 39 Falls Rd. (02) 4447 8320 KANGAROO VALLEY The Man From Kangaroo Valley Trail Rides 24 Hillcrest View Lane (priv).

(02) 4465 1912

TERMEIL Timbertops Lot 27 Princes Hwy. (02) 4457 1008 WEST NOWRA Baronga Riding Academy 391 Yalwal Rd (02) 4421 3880

HUSKISSON Huskisson Sea Pool Currambene St. (02) 4429 3652



Nowra Shoalhaven City Lanes Narang Rd. (02) 4422 1200

Kangaroo Valley Village Pool Lot 3 Moss Vale Rd. (02) 4465 1863



Dunn Lewis Centre 141 St Vincent St. (02) 4454 1099

Milton Village Pool Graham St. (02) 4454 3762 NOWRA Nowra Olympic Pool Scenic Dr. (02) 4421 2093



Coolangatta’s Bigfoot 1335 Bolong Rd. 0428 244 229

Shoalhaven Heads Village Pool Shoalhaven Heads Rd. (02) 4448 5436



Kangaroo Valley Adventure Co. 215 Moss Vale Road. (02) 4465 1372

Sussex Inlet Aquatic Centre 21 Thomson St. (02) 4406 2055



Ghost Walks of Milton Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 4780

Ulladulla Leisure Centre Warden St. (02) 4444 8811


Ulladulla Sea Pool 50 Wason St. (02) 4444 8811

Shoalhaven Zoo & Adventure World 23 Rock Hill Rd. (02) 4421 3949 (02) 4421 8787

VINCENTIA Bay & Basin Leisure Centre The Wool Rd. (02) 4441 7722

BICYCLE HIRE HUSKISSON Around Jervis Bay, Bike Hire & Tours 1/37 Owen St. (02) 4441 6857. 0410 335 015 Shoalhaven Bike Hire 64 Owen St. (02) 4441 5255. (02) 4421 6362 KANGAROO VALLEY Kangaroo Valley Tourist Park Moss Vale Rd. (02) 4406 1900. 1300 559 977

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Trees Adventure 23 Rock Hill Rd. 0429 807 411 ULLADULLA Funland Ulladulla 93 Princes Hwy. (02) 4454 3220 BURRILL LAKE Jamanee Gunya Cultural Experience Course 501 Wheelbarrow Road 0405 646 911 SOUTH COAST Segway Tours South Coast 0402 000 222

SERVICE DIRECTORY WRECK BAY Galamban – Extraordinary Aboriginal Experiences 6 Dhugan Cl. (02) 4442 1117. 0421 811 914

HUSKISSON Huskisson Pictures 19 Sydney St. (02) 4441 5076. (02) 4441 6343 MILTON


Milton Theatre 69 Princes Hwy. (02) 4454 3636. (02) 4455 3056



Skirmish Ulladulla 456B Woodstock Rd. (02) 4456 4560. 0418 428 548

Roxy Cinema Complex 41 Berry St. (02) 4423 5222. 1900 937 421


Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre 44 Bridge Rd. 1300 788 503 (02) 4429 5752.

Valhalla Falls Road. (02) 4447 8320

SUSSEX INLET Inlet Cinema 173 Jacobs Dr. (02) 4441 2884




Arcadia Twin Cinemas Box F2 Boree St. (02) 4454 1224

Archer Miniature Railway Albatross Rd. 0412 706 045 JASPERS BRUSH


Penwood Miniature Railway 215A Princes Hwy. 02 4464 1201

HUSKISSON Lady Denman Maritime Museum Woollamia Rd. (02) 4441 5675




Booderee Botanic Gardens Cave Beach Road. (02) 4443 0977

Shoalhaven City Turf Club 96 Albatross Rd. (02) 4421 4550


Shoalhaven Greyhound Racing Club Albatross Rd (02) 4421 2332 NORTH NOWRA Shoalhaven Four Wheel Drive Club Rock Hill Rd. 0408 698 093 TOMERONG Shoalhaven Clay Target Club Inc. Turpentine Rd. (02) 4421 4662. (02) 4443 4697 YERRIYONG Nowra Motorcycle Club Braidwood Rd. 0458 200 860


Bundanon Homestead Gardens Illaroo Road. (02) 4422 2100 BERRY Berry Courthouse Gardens 58 Victoria Street. (02) 4464 2446 ULLADULLA Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve Warden Street. (02) 4455 1269 SHOALHAVEN HEADS Curtis Park Arboretum Celia Place. (02) 4448 7812


Berry Historic Museum 135 Queen St (02) 4464 3097

The Lookout Cambewarra Mountain Cambewarra Lookout Rd. (02) 4465 1321

Muir House Art Gallery 10 Prince Alfred St. (02) 4464 3647. (02) 4422 1794


Berry Couthouse 58 Victoria St. (02) 4464 2446

Point Perpendicular Lighthouse and Lookout Lighthouse Rd. (02) 4448 3411

HUSKISSON Lady Denman Maritime Museum Woollamia Rd. (02) 4441 5675

Pt Perpendicular Lighthouse

KANGAROO VALLEY Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Museum Park 2029 Moss Vale Rd. (02) 4465 1306 ILLAROO Bundanon Trust 533 Bundanon Rd. (02) 4422 2100. (02) 4422 2900 NOWRA Meroogal Cnr West and Worrigee St. (02) 4421 8150 Nowra Museum and Shoalhaven Historical Society Cnr Plunkett and Kinghorne Sts. (02) 4421 0778 Shoalhaven City Arts Centre 12 Berry St. (02) 4429 5444 NOWRA HILL Fleet Air Arm Museum 489a Albatross Rd. (02) 4424 1920 ULLADULLA Dunn Lewis Entertainment Centre 141 St Vincent St. (02) 4454 1099

CINEMAS AND THEATRES BOMADERRY Nowra Players 27 Meroo St. (02) 4421 0779 • 61



Cape St George Old Ruined Lighthouse and Lookout Stony Creek Road (02) 4443 0977



The Wakeboard School Riverview Rd. 0413 595 859. (02) 4422 4477

Mogood Lookout Clyde Ridge Road. (02) 4454 9500 CROOKHAVEN Crookhaven Head Lighthouse Prince Edward Avenue, (02) 4421 0778

Shoalhaven Ski And Wake 173 Berry Street. 0402 993 181 FISHERMANS PARADISE WOW – Walking On Water 61 Anglers Parade. 0417 360 791



Hanging Rock Lookout Nowra Showground West Street. (02) 4421 0778



Gradys Riverside Retreat 674 Burrier Rd. (02) 4421 3282

Nowra Hill Lookout BTU Road. (02) 4421 0778



Burrill Lake BIG 4 Bungalow Park 123 Princes Hwy (02) 4455 1621

Porters Creek Lookout Porters Creek Road. (02) 4454 9500


TIANJARA Tianjara Falls Braidwood Road. (02) 4421 0778

Durras North Durras Lake North Holiday Park 57 Durras Rd (02) 4478 6072 1800 387 727



Warden Head Lighthouse Deering Street. (02) 4444 8819

Anglers’ Rest 113 Adelaide St. (02) 4447 1207

Jerrawangala Lookout Jerrawangala Lookout Road. (02) 4454 9500



Jervis Bay Kayak Company 1/13 Hawke St. (02) 4441 7157

Boyd Lookout and Granite Falls Twelve Mile Road. (02) 4454 9500

Jervis Bay Wild 58 Owen St .(02) 4441 7002 KANGAROO VALLEY

NATIONAL PARKS JERVIS BAY Booderee National Park Village Rd. (02) 4443 0977 Jervis Bay National Park Sutton Street. (02) 4423 2170 NORTH DURRAS Murramarang National Park Mount Agony Road. (02) 4454 9500 TERMEIL Meroo National Park Blackbutt Road. (02) 4454 9500 FITZROY FALLS Morton National Park Nowra Road (02) 4887 7270

SURFING AND STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING BENDALONG Pam Burridge Surf Schools 441A Bendalong Rd. (02) 4456 4038. 0409 767 176 CULBURRA BEACH Culburra Beach Surf School & Board Hire 164 Penguin Heads Rd. (02) 4447 3197 EAST LYNNE Soulrider Surf School 230 Donovan Creek Rd (02) 4478 6297 LITTLE FOREST Coastal Paddle Surf 19 Coral Tree Lane 0449 672 645 MOLLYMOOK BEACH Mollymook Beach Surf School Mitchell Pde 0411 392 221

Kangaroo Valley Safaris 2210 Moss Vale Rd. (02) 4465 1502 (02) 4465 1350 / 0418 221 169 Kangaroo Valley Kayaks 5 Moss Vale Road 1300 559 977 Kangaroo Valley Adventure Co. 215 Moss Vale Road. (02) 4465 1372 MOGOOD Shallow Crossing Camping Ground The River Rd. (02) 4478 1183 SUSSEX INLET Alonga Waterfront Cottages 166-168 River Rd (02) 4441 2046 0412 446 247 Southside Marine Centre 28 Sussex Rd. (02) 4441 3099 VINCENTIA JB Fresh Food 6 Niger St. 0403 808 090

BOAT HIRE GREENWELL POINT Anglers’ Rest 113 Adelaide St. (02) 4447 1207 LAKE CONJOLA Lake Conjola Post Office Store 41 Carroll Ave. (02) 4456 1163 SUSSEX INLET Alonga Boat Hire 166-168 River Rd. (02) 4441 2046 Riviera Caravan Park 158 River Rd. (02) 4441 2112. 0421 229 120 WOOLLAMIA Boab Boat Hire 78 Willowford Rd. (02) 4441 5184. 0427 482 426 Husky Hire-A-Boat 27 Streamside St. (02) 4441 6200. 0413 192 328



Seven Mile Beach National Park (02) 4423 2170



Let’s Go Sailing 5 Wirreecoo Rd. (02) 4441 2937. 0411 485 519

Jervis Bay and Sussex Inlet Surf School 67 Jacobs Dr (02) 4443 2004 0422 178 334


ULLADULLA Total Eco Adventures Princes Hwy. (02) 4471 6969. 0421 337 545 WOOLLAMIA Jervis Bay Stand Up Paddle 754 Woollamia Rd. 0403 354 716

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Burrill Lake Cruises and Fishing Charters Maria Ave (02) 4454 0657 EROWAL BAY Bay & Basin Sportsfishing 37 Second Ave. 0413 610 832 GREENWELL POINT Escape Fishing Charters West St. (02) 4441 2279 0407 891 688

SERVICE DIRECTORY Jervis Bay Fishing & Sightseeing Charters 31 Albert Ave. (02) 4447 8177 0412 506 422

South Coast Providores 89 Queen St. 0418 223 464

Silver Star Charters Main Wharf Greenwell Point Rd. (02) 4421 5380. 0412 977 000

South Coast Dairy Unit 4 Old Creamery Lane. (02) 4464 1311

HUSKISSON Discover Jervis Bay Luxury Sailing 50 Owen St. (02) 4441 6311 Husky Ferry Owen St. 0449 518 476 Jervis Bay Sailing Charters Frank Lewis Way. 0402 443 478 KINGS POINT Surf and Fish Charters Pty Ltd 28 James Cres. 0419 542 155 ULLADULLA Ulladulla Dive and Adventure Centre 211 Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 3029 WOOLLAMIA Simos Afloat 19 Streamside St. (02) 4441 5889. 0429 669 656

CRUISES BURRILL LAKE Burrill Lake Cruises and Fishing Charters Maria Ave. (02) 4454 0657 HUSKISSON Dolphin Watch Cruise 50 Owen St. (02) 4441 6311. 1800 246 010 Jervis Bay Wild 58 Owen St. (02) 4441 7002 NOWRA Shoalhaven River Cruise 1 Wharf Rd. (02) 4441 5660. 0429 981 007

The Treat Factory Unit 6 Old Creamery Lane. (02) 4464 1112 BERRY MOUNTAIN Berry Mountain Farm 109 Ben Dooley Rd. (02) 4464 1912. 0413 809 052 BOMADERRY Flavours Shoalhaven 0411 871 607. 02 4422 1532 Gran’s Fudge 5 McIntyre Way. (02) 4423 2648 FALLS CREEK The Olive Farm 1106 Princes Hwy. (02) 4447 8791 GREENWELL POINT Jim Wild’s Oysters 170 Greens Rd. (02) 4447 1498 Shoalhaven Oyster Service 32 Greenwell Point Rd. (02) 4447 1290 (02) 4447 1717 JERRAWANGALA Martin’s Orchard Pty Ltd D3370 Princes Hwy. (02) 4443 4280 0410 340 281 KANGAROO VALLEY Kangaroo Valley Olives 110 Cedar Springs Rd. 0447 491 245 MILTON Merry Maiden’s Shop 9/65 Princess Hwy. (02) 4454 0142 NOWRA Nowra Farmers Market cnr Brereton & North St. (02) 4422 3356 Nowra Fresh Fish & Meat Market cnr Moss St Princes Hwy. (02) 4429 1900




Sassafras Nuts 4281 Braidwood Road. (02) 4423 2248

Dive Jervis Bay 64 Owen St. (02) 4441 5255. 0413 360 600



Unicorn Cheese 8 Investigator St. (02) 4423 1266

Crest Diving 49 Prentice Ave. (02) 4443 3294. 0414 787 281

HopDog Beer Works 2/175 Princes Hwy. 0428 293 132



Ulladulla Dive and Adventure Centre 211 Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 3029

Trusst Tomatoes 392 Sussex Inlet Rd. (02) 4441 0282. 0432 620 433



Ocean Trek Diving 335 Elizabeth Dr. (02) 4441 6232. 0413 759 649


Terara Riverside Gardens 135 Terara Rd. (02) 4423 4788 TAPITALLEE Cop It Sweet 13 Koloona Dr. 0417 403 700. 02 4446 0642


Jams By Dash 52 Lilly Pilly Lane. 0419 424 181

JB Fresh Food 6 Niger St. 0403 808 090



Shoalhaven Fish and Yabbies D2880 Princes Hwy. (02) 4443 5443



Broughton Mill Farm Guesthouse 78 Woodhill Mountain Rd. (02) 4464 2446


Wild Ginger - Cooking Classes 42 Owen St. (02) 4441 5577. 0410 552 933 KANGAROO VALLEY Flavours of the Valley – Cooking Classes Rivers Estate Moss Vale Road (02) 4465 2010 0409 153 168 Foodscape Tours 1300 502 100 SHOALHAVEN I Feel Good Pty Ltd 0416 091 641

Two Figs 905 Bolong Rd. (02) 4448 5003 BANGALEE Cambewarra Estate 520 Illaroo Rd. (02) 4446 0170. 0402 005 910 BAWLEY POINT Bawley Vale Estate 226 Bawley Point Rd. (02) 4457 2555. 0404 221 111 BUDGONG


Lyrebird Ridge Organic Winery & B & B 270 Bugong Rd. (02) 4446 0648 0417 418 743



Clyde River Berry Farm 2000a The River Rd. (02) 4478 1057 BASIN VIEW Clayridge Honey 79 The Wool Rd. (02) 4443 4198. (02) 4441 8407 BERRY Fudge Addiction 1209 Kangaroo Valley Rd. 0412 346 123

Coolangatta Estate 1335 Bolong Rd. (02) 4448 7131. 0428 244 229 Mountain Ridge Wines 11 Coolangatta Rd. (02) 4448 5825. 0407 107 489 CURRARONG Salet Wines 12 Peel St. (02) 4448 3999. 0403 384 384 JASPERS BRUSH Jasper Valley Wines 152 Croziers Rd. (02) 4464 1596. (02) 4464 3796 • 63

SERVICE DIRECTORY Silos Estate & Wileys Estate B640 Princes Hwy. (02) 4448 6082 KANGAROO VALLEY Kangaroo Valley Estate Pty Ltd 2038–2040 Moss Vale Road. (02) 4465 2535 (02) 9544 2866 NOWRA HILL Nowra Hill Vineyard 222 BTU Rd. (02) 4447 8362 TERMEIL Fern Gully Winery F1468 Princes Hwy. (02) 4457 1124 ULLADULLA Cupitt’s Winery 58 Washburton Rd. (02) 4455 7888 UPPER KANGAROO RIVER

Nowra Golf Course

Yarrawa Estate 43b Scotts Rd (02) 4465 1165




Bannisters 191 Mitchell Pde. (02) 4455 3044

Bawley Bush Cottages 101 Willinga Rd. (02) 6100 4743. 0421 552 403 BERRY Berry Sport and Recreation Centre 660 Coolangatta Rd. (02) 4464 2258 Berry Village Boutique Motel 72-76 Queen St .(02) 4464 3570

Mollymook Beach Bowling & Recreation Club 60 Forest Way (02) 4455 5222 (02) 4455 6578 NORTH NOWRA Nowra Golf Club Fairway Dr. (02) 4421 3900. (02) 4421 3900

Broughton Mill Farm Guesthouse 78 Woodhill Mountain Rd. (02) 4464 2446 0439 965 354


Gabbys At Berry 13 Prince Alfred St. (02) 4464 2349. 0410 648 338

Nowra Bowling & Recreation Club 40 Junction St. (02) 4421 2100. (02) 4423 4293

BOMADERRY Balan Village Motel 175 Cambewarra Rd. (02) 4423 1111 Bomaderry Bowling Club Ltd 154 Meroo Rd. (02) 4421 2733. (02) 4421 2733 Bomaderry RSL Club 5 Bunberra St. (02) 4421 4888. (02) 4421 4888

Archer Resort Cnr Princes Hwy & Kalandar St. (02) 4421 5222

Parkhaven Motor Lodge 150 Kinghorne St. (02) 4421 6444 Shoalhaven City Arts Centre 12 Berry St. (02) 4422 0648 Shoalhaven City Turf Club 96 Albatross Rd. (02) 4421 4550 Southern Stones Bar & Rock Grill 150 Kinghorne St. (02) 4421 5444

Razzberrys Bistro 5 Bunberra St. (02) 4421 4888

Waters Edge Conference Centre 1 Scenic Dr. (02) 4421 2044



Burrill Pines Motel and Lagoon Point Conference Centre F275A Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 1224

Sussex Inlet Bowling Club St Georges Ave. (02) 4441 2087. (02) 4441 2087



Sinclairs Country Retreat 1490 E Princes Highway. (02) 4456 4291. 0412 071 108

Riversdale Education Centre 170 Riversdale Rd. (02) 4422 2100



Coolangatta Estate 1335 Bolong Rd (02) 4448 7131 0428 244 229

Milton-Ulladulla Bowling Club 68 St Vincent St. (02) 4455 1555. (02) 4454 3600

CURRARONG Currarong Bowling & Recreation Club Walton Way. (02) 4448 3388 (02) 4448 3355 HUSKISSON Bayview Waters Function Centre 2-8 Currambene Street. (02) 4441 5282 Huskisson Beach Motel 9-11 Hawke St. (02) 4441 6387 Huskisson RSL Club 2/8 Currambene St. (02) 4441 5282 (02) 4441 5282 Lady Denman Heritage Complex Woollamia Rd. (02) 4441 5675 Sandholme Guesthouse 2 Jervis St. (02) 4441 8855 JASPERS BRUSH Silos Estate & Wileys Estate B640 Princes Hwy. (02) 4448 6082 KANGAROO VALLEY Kangaroo Valley Bush Retreat 55 Radiata Rd. (02) 4465 1472. (02) 9969 0006

Sussex Inlet RSL Club 200 Jacobs Dr. (02) 4441 2076. (02) 4441 1354

Milton-Ulladulla Ex-Servicemens Club 212 -222 Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 1444 Ulladulla Civic Centre Lot 4-5 Princes Hwy. (02) 4444 8819 Ulladulla Holiday Village 300 Kings Point Dr. (02) 4454 4261 VINCENTIA Vincentia Golf Club 49 Murray St. (02) 4441 5111. (02) 4441 5115 WATERSLEIGH Camp Koloona 439 Koloona Dr. (02) 8268 3393. (02) 8268 3322 or 8268 3366 Watersleigh 439 Koloona Dr. (02) 4429 2500. (02) 8268 3366 WOOLLAMIA Paperbark Camp 571 Woollamia Rd. (02) 4441 7299. (02) 4441 6066 WORRIGEE Worrigee House Reception Centre 209 Worrigee Rd (02) 4423 1222

Kangaroo Valley Golf & Country Resort 391 Mt Scanzi Rd. (02) 4465 0200 1800 645 363


Pioneer Motel 152 Moss Vale Rd. (02) 4465 1877. 0438 473 759



Batemans Bay Visitors Centre Princes Hwy. (02) 4472 6900. 1800 802 528

Mollymook Shores Motel 11 Golf Ave. (02) 4455 5888


The Shores Restaurant Mollymook 11 Golf Ave (02) 4455 5888

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Fitzroy Falls Nowra Rd. (02) 4887 7270



Booderee National Park Visitor Information Centre Jervis Bay Road (02) 4443 0977

Red Sherpa Campers 168 BTU Rd. 0428 115 553. (04) 2811 5553


Hertz Nowra 104 Princes Hwy. (02) 4421 8377

Lady Denman Heritage Complex 11 Dent Street. (02) 4441 5999 KANGAROO VALLEY The Gallery 149 Moss Vale Rd. (02) 4465 1621 KIAMA

SOUTH NOWRA ULLADULLA Avis Ulladulla 149 Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 1645 Hampton Hire and Storage 241 Princes Hwy. (02) 4454 3800

Kiama Visitors Centre Blowhole Point Rd (02) 4232 3322 1300 654 262




Tourism Wollongong 93 Crown St. (02) 4227 5545. 1800 240 737

South Coast Limousines 44 Albatross Rd. (02) 4421 4820. 0428 645 993

CHILD MINDING CALLALA BAY Daisycare Nanny Agency 4 Encounter St. 0412 138 755


NOWRA HILL Shoalhaven Limousine Service 44 Calymea St. (02) 4423 2844 0408 442 343 Shoalhaven Shuttle Tours & Charter 156 Albatross Rd. (02) 4422 5006 0411 425 006 WORRIGEE Gold Cat Limousines 33 Kardella Ave. 0420 715 367

BERRY Berry Hotel Wine Tours 120 Queen St (02) 4464 1011




Kangaroo Valley Mini Bus Service 23 Cullen Cres. 0408 197 226

Oacz Carriages 0400 622 910

NOWRA HILL Shoalhaven Shuttle Tours & Charter 156 Albatross Rd. (02) 4422 5006 0411 425 006



Berry Shoalhaven Prestige Taxis 342 Agars Lane. 0488 644 344

Jervis Bay Airport Express 4443 8888. 4443 7777



Culburra Taxis Prince Edward Ave. (02) 4447 3123

Sydney Wildlife and Adventure Tours 35 Scerri Dr. 0479 010 227 0422 550 202



Nowra Radio Taxi Cooperative 62 North St. (02) 4421 0333. 13 10 08

Heritage Tourism – History Tours 21 Camden St. (02) 4455 4780



St Georges Basin Taxis 215 Kerry St. (02) 4443 7500. 0412 429 439

Boomers on Tour 1/30 Anne St. 0402 437 319



Sussex Inlet Taxis 2 Coral Ct. (02) 4441 1000

Kenny Escapes PO Box 2152. (02) 4243 1699. 0407 452 430 ULLADULLA LetzScoot 5/259 Princes Hwy. (02) 4472 7710. 0439 727 717

ULLADULLA Milton/Ulladulla Taxi 7 Aroo Rd. (02) 4455 1862. 13 10 08

Total Eco Adventures Princes Hwy. (02) 4471 6969. 0421 337 545




Chapel Australian Bike Tours 19 Wattle Ave. (02) 4443 7086 BERRY

Totally Pegless Laundry 2A Bunberra Street. (02) 4422 9934 CULBURRA BEACH

Ausralian Cycling Holidays 0419 418 842. 0468 390 224

Culburra Beach Laundrette and Linen Hire 3/149 Prince Edward Ave 0418 114 198



Bishops Australian Adventures 159 Tannery Rd. (02) 4446 1125. 0428 244 229 KANGAROO VALLEY Foodscape Tours 1300 502 100

Husky Laundrette & Linen Hire 27 Fegen St. (02) 4441 5444 NOWRA Uptown Washing Basket 69 Worrigee Street. (02) 4421 2568


Lyrebird Dry Cleaners 60 Kinghorne Street. (02) 4422 1022



Access Storage Centre Cnr Meroo Rd and Victa Way. (02) 4422 1955

Ulladulla Dry Cleaning 107 Princes Hwy. (02) 4455 4558

Avis Nowra Bolong Rd. (02) 4423 2424. 0411 250 401 NOWRA 7 Star Limousines 58 Salisbury Dr. (02) 4422 3856. 0402 077 345

VINCENTIA Vincentia Laundromat Shop 4/1 Burton Street. (02) 4441 7161 • 65


BBQ (e) – Barbecue – Electric BBQ (g) – Barbecue – Gas BBQ (w) – Barbecue – Wood PT – Picnic Table T – Toilet DT – Disabled Toilet DS – Disabled Swing PE – Play Equipment SP – Skate Park SH – Shelter

PARKS Basin View Basin View Reserve: Boat Ramp – BBQ (e), PT, T, DT, PE, SH Bawley Point Bawley Beach Reserve: Johnston St – BBQ (w), PT, T North Bawley Reserve: Johnston St – PT Gannet Beach Reserve: Malibu Dr – PT Kioloa Boat Ramp Reserve: Scerri Dr – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT Bendalong, Manyana & Cunjurong Boat Harbour Reserve: North Bendalong Rd – BBQ (w), PT, T, PE Washerwomans Beach Reserve: North Bendalong Rd – BBQ, PT, T, DT, SH Monument Beach Picnic Area: (NPWS) – PT, T Manyana Foreshore Reserve: Sunset Strip – BBQ (w), PT, T, PE Cunjurong Point Boat Ramp (Lakeside): York St – BBQ (w) PT, T, DT Berrara Berrara Beach Reserve: Beachway Av – PE Lagoon Reserve: Lakeland Avenue – BBQ (w) PT, PE Berry Apex Park: Princes Hwy & Prince Alfred St – PT, T, DT, PE, SH Mark Radium Park: Prince Hwy & Victoria St – BBQ (w), PT, T, PE Showground: Albany & Victoria Sts – PT, T, DT, PE Sporting Complex: North St & Woodhill Mountain Rd – BBQ (w), PT, SP Broughton Creek: Wharf Rd – PT, T, Bomaderry Bomaderry Creek Trackhead: Narang Rd – PT, T, DT Lions Park: Bolong Rd – PT, T, PE Sporting Complex: Cambewarra Rd – BBQ (e), PT, PE, T, SH near sports field

Walsh Park: Meroo St – Anchor is from HMAS Melbourne, PT

Lake Wollumboola: West Cres – BBQ (w) PT, T, PE

Burrill Lake McDonald Reserve: McDonald Pde – BBQ (w) PT, T, PE, DT Lions Park: Dolphin Point Rd – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE, SH Dolphin Point Reserve: Seaside Pde – BBQ (w)

Currarong Dolphin Reserve: Piscator Ave – PT, T, DT, SH, PE Abrahams Bosom Beach: Beecroft Pde – BBQ (e/w) PT, T Elliott Reserve: Beecroft Pde – PE, T

Callala Bay Public Reserve: Emmett St – T Callala Beach Public Reserve: Callala Beach Rd – T, seats Parkes Crescent Circle: Parkes Cres – BBQ (e) PT, PE, DT Community Centre: Quay Rd – BBQ (e) Pt, T

Durras North and Depot Beach Depot Beach reserve: Depot Beach Rd – BBQ (w) T North Durras Beach Reserve: Durras Rd – BBQ (w) T Erowal Bay Fire Brigade Park: Naval Pde – BBQ (e/w) PT. T, PE, SH

Cambewarra Howell Faulks: Tannery Rd – PT, PE

Fishermans Paradise Hazel Rowbotham Reserve: Boat ramp off Anglers Pde – BBQ (w) PT, T, PE

Crookhaven Heads Reserve: Prince Edward Ave – BBQ (w) PT, T Crookhaven Headland: Prince Edwards Ave, North end of Culburra Beach – PT

Greenwell Point 2000 Park: Near Wharf – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE, SH Anzac Park: Greenwell Point Rd – PT Gordon Ravell Reserve: Greens Rd – T, PE

Cudmirrah Errol Bond Reserve: Goonawarra Dr – BBQ (w) PT, T

Huskisson Lady Denman Park: Dent St – BBQ (w) PT, T, DT Voyager Park: Owen St – PT, T, PE, DT White Sands Reserve: Hawke St – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE, DS, DT Lions Park: Moona Moona Creek – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE, SH

Culburra Beach Lakeside Reserve: East Cres – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, PE Tilbury Cove Reserve: Ocean St – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE Warrain Beach: Farrent Ave – BBQ (w) PT, T

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Hyams Beach Hyams Beach Reserve: Cyrus St – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE

PARKS Kangaroo Valley Showground: Moss Vale Rd – BBQ (e) T, PE, DT Tennis Courts: Broughton St – T, DT Hampden Bridge: Moss Vale Rd – PT, T, SH Hampden Bridge Tea Rooms: Moss Vale Rd – PT, T, DT, BBQ (w) Lake Conjola Lake Conjola Foreshore Reserve: Lake Conjola Entrance Rd – BBQ (e) PT, T, SH, DT Conjola Park: Yooralla Bay – BBQ (w) PT, PE Milton Mick Ryan Park: Princes Hwy – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE Showground: Croobyar Rd – PT, T, SH, DT Milton Memorial Park: Cnr Thomas St & Princes Hwy – PT Mollymook Edith Twyman Reserve: Riversdale Ave – PT, T Mollymook Beach: Cnr Mitchell Pde & Ocean St – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE, DT Bannisters Point: Mitchell Pde – PT Myola Public Reserve: Catherine St – T Narrawallee Narrawallee Foreshore Reserve: Matron Porter Dr – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, PE Narrawallee Inlet Reserve: Matron Porter Dr – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE North Nowra Rotary Park: Intersection Illaroo Rd & Princes Hwy – PT, T Greys Beach Reserve: Fairway Dr – PT, T Bangalee Reserve: Koloona Dr – BBQ (w) PT, T, SH The Grotto: Yurunga Dr – BBQ (w) PT

Sanctuary Point Frances Ryan Reserve: Paradise Beach Rd – T, DT, SP John Williams Reserve Boat Ramp: Sanctuary Point Rd – BBQ (w) PT, T, DT, PE Palm Beach: Greville Rd – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, PE, SH Paradise Beach: Walmer Ave – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, PE Shoalhaven Heads Boat Ramp: Hay Ave – PT Public Wharf: River Rd – T, DT Public Reserve: Beach end of River Rd – BBQ (w) PT, T, DT, PE C H Gumley Reserve: S.L.S.C. at beach – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, PE, SH, SP Celia Hall Reserve: Celia Pl – BBQ (w) T, PE Sporting Complex: Vic Zealand Oval, Shoalhaven Heads Rd – T, DT South Nowra Apex Park: Cnr Princes Hwy & Flinders Rd – T, PT St Georges Basin Island Point Rd Boat Ramp: Island Point Rd – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT Blacket Park: Kevin Cres – BBQ (e) PT, PE Reserve: Lachlan Cres – BBQ (w) PT, T, DT Sussex Inlet Waterfront Reserve: Nielson Lane – BBQ (w) PT, T, SH Jacob Elmoos Reserve: (near RSL Club) Jacobs Dr – PT, T, PE

Reserve: Sussex Rd – T Swanhaven Dyball Reserve: Yaroma Ave – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE Tabourie Lake Tabourie Beach Street Reserve: Beach St – BBQ (w) PT, T, PE Ulladulla Boree Street Car Park: – DT, T Rotary Park: Crescent St – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE, SH East Ulladulla (car park) South St entrance – DT, T Ulladulla Harbour: Princes Hwy – BBQ (e) PT, T Ulladulla Park: Cnr Green & St Vincent St – PT, T, PE Vincentia Reserve: Holden St – BBQ (w) PT, T Plantation Point Reserve: Plantation Point Dr – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, PE Blenheim Beach Reserve: Elizabeth Dr – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, PE Greenfields Beach: Sutton St – BBQ (e) PT, T, DT, SH Violet Clark Reserve: Ada St – PT, PE Wandandian Wandandian Rest Area: Princes Hwy – PT, PE West Nowra Depot Farm Reserve: Depot Rd – PT, T Woollamia Frank Lewis Way: Boat Ramp – BBQ (w) PT, T, DT, PE

Nowra Harry Sawkins Park: Graham St – PT, T, DT, PE Marriott Park: Cnr Princes Hwy & Plunkett St – BBQ (e) PT, T, PE, SH Nowra Showground: Junction St – BBQ (e) PT, T near main entrance gate Paringa Park: Scenic Dr – BBQ (w) PT, PE Orient Point Reserve: Otranto Ave – BBQ (w) PT, T Reserve: Orama Crs – T Pebbly Beach Pebbly Beach Reserve: Mt Agony Rd – BBQ (g) T • 67

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ULLADULLA STREET INDEX Abbey Rd. . .. . .. . .. . .. . C4 Allunga Pl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Angophora Av . . . . . . . . . . D2 Anker Av. . . . . . . . . . . . .D2,E2 Aquarius Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Aries Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D1 Aroo Rd . . . . . . . . . . . . C6,D6 Augenaut Av. . .. . .. . .. . D6 Augusta Pl . . .. . .. . .. D2,D3 Bada Cr. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. B5 Balmoral Rd. . . . . . . . . . . . . B4 Bangalow St . . .. . .. . .. . D1 Bannister Head Rd. D2,E2 Banyalla Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. C4 Barclay St . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D1 Beach Rd . . .. . .. . .. . D2,E2 Bellbird Cl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E2 Belowra Cl. . .. . .. . .. . .. C4 Benalla Pl. . .. . .. . .. . C5,D5 Bishop Dr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Black Bean Gr (3) . . . . . . . C4 Blackburn Rd. . . . . . . C6,D6 Blake Pl. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D1 Boag St. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D3 Bolwarra Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Bombora Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Bond Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D2 Bonito Av. . .. . .. . .. . .. . B5 Bonnie Troon Cl. . .. . .. . B5 Booth Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D1 Boree St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D5 Braidwood Av. . .. . .. . .. B4 Brill Cr. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . D6 Brushbox Dr . . .. . .. . .. . C4 Buchan St . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Buckland St. . . . . . . . . . . . . D3 Budawang Dr . . .. . .. . .. C4 Bunya Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 • 71

Burleigh Way. . . . . . . . . . . D4 Burril St North . . . . . . . . . . E4 Burril St South. . . . . . . . . . D5 Bushland Av . . .. . .. . .. . D2 Byangee St. . . . . . . . . . . . . C4 Callemondah Cl . . .. . .. . D2 Callistemon Crt (1) . . .. . C4 Camden St . . . . . . . . . D4,D5 Canberra Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . B4 Capricorn Av. . .. . .. . .. . D2 Carmen Cl . . .. . .. . .. . .. D5 Carnelian Cl. . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Carramar Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Carriage Way. . . . . . . . . . . A2 Kooralbyn Av . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Lake View Dr. . . . . . . . . . . B4 Lakewood Gr. . . . . . . . . . . B4 Latta St. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D3 Laurel Av . . .. . .. . .. . .. . C3 Leigh Cr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Leo Dr. . .. . .. . .. . .. . D1,D2 Libra Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D1 Lilly Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . D4 Linden Way. . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Lockhart Av. . . . . . . . . D2,D3 Lomandra Pl . . .. . .. . C4,D4 Macleay StD1 Maisie Williams Dr. C3,D3 Manning Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Mara Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. B5 Maria Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B4 Martin Av. . .. . .. . .. . .. . D6 Matron Porter Dr. . .. D1,C2 McDonald Pde. . . . . . . . . . B4 McKail St . . .. . .. . .. . .. . D4 Miles Cl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Millard St . . .. . .. . .. . .. . D4 Mison Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Mitchell Pde . . .. . .. . E2,D3 Molloy St . . .. . .. . .. . C3,D3 Moore St . . .. . .. . .. . .. . B4 Morris St . . .. . .. . .. . C5,D5 Mudges Av . . . . . . . . . . . . . D1 Mulga Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Murramerang St. . . . D4,D6 Myrtle St . . .. . .. . .. . B1,B2 Nelson Dr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 New St . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. .E5 Niblick Av . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D3 Normandy St . . . . . . . . . . . D1 North East Pl . . . . . . . . . . . D2 North St. . . . . . . . . . . . .C4,E4 Nurrawallee St. . . . . . .D4,E4 Oakley Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . B6 Ocean St. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . D3 Osrick St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D5 Owens St . . . . . . . . . . .D5,E5 Oxley Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . .C2,D2 Parkinson St . . .. . .. . .. . D1 Parkland Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . B6 Parkview Pde . . .. . .. . .. D2 Parson St. . .. . .. . .. . D5,E5 Payten Av . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A1 Pengana Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Penny La. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . C5 Periwinkle Pl . . . . . . . . . . . D6

Pettys Av. . .. . .. . .. . D5,D6 Pindari Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . D5 Pirralea Rd . . .. . .. . .. . .. C4 Pitman Av . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D6 Plateau Pl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Powell Av . . . . . . . . . . .D5,E5 Price Parkway . . . . . . . . . . A2 Princes Hwy. . .. . .. . A1,C6 Princess Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . B4 Queanbeyan Av. . .. . .. . B4 Rackham Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . B4 Red Gum Dr . . .. . .. . .. . C3 Rennies Beach Cl. . . . . . . E5 Riley St . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D4 Ripley Cl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C4 Riversdale Av . . .. . .. D3,D4 obertson Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . C4 Robin Pl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Ronald Av . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B4 Rose Gum Av . . . . . . . . . . C4 Rosella Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Ross Av . . . . . . . . . . . . .D1,D2 Royal Mantle Dr . . . . . . . . C4 Rundle St. . .. . .. . .. . .. . D5 Rutter Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Sagittarus Way. . . . . . .D1,D2 Sapphire Cl . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Scarlet Gum St. . . . . . . . . . C4 Scorpio Gr . . .. . .. . .. . .. D1 Scribbly Gum Cr . . . . . . . . C4 Seascape Cl . . .. . .. . C1,D1 Seaside Pde . . .. . .. . .. . B5 Seaspray Cl. . . . . . . . . .C1,D1 Seaview St . . . . . . . . . D3,D4 Seawinds Pde . . . . . . . . . . D1 Settlers Way. . .. . .. . C3,D3 Shackleton St . . .. . .. . .. D4 She-Oak Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . C3

Shepherd St . . .. . .. . .. . D3 Shipton Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Silky Oak Av . . .. . .. . .. . C4 Simmons Dr . . .. . .. . D4,D5 Skillman Pl. . .. . .. . .. . .. C3 laughterhouse Rd. . . .A3,B3 Slaven Crt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 South Haven. . .. . .. . .. . D2 South Pacific Cr. . .. . .. . D6 South St. . . . . . . . . . . . . C5,E5 Spencer St. . .. . .. . .. D4,D5 Springfield Dr . . .. . .. . .. C3 St Vincent St . . . . . . . D4,D5 Stanton Dr . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Sun Grove La. . . . . . . .B2,C2 Surfers Av . . .. . .. . .. . D2 T allwood Av. . .. . .. . .. . .. D2 Taurus Spur. . . . . . . . . .D1,D2 Terence St . . .. . .. . .. . .. D4

Tetley Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3 Thadalee Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . E5 The Court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 The Green . . .. . .. . .. . .. C3 The Haven . . .. . .. . .. . .. D2 The Meadows . . . . . . . . . . C3 Thistleton Dr. . .. . .. . .. . B4 Thomas St . . .. . .. . .. . .. .B1 Timbs St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Toorak Cl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . D2 Trapp Cl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D4 Treetops Cr. . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Tuckerman Rd . . . . . . . . . . C4 Tudor Rd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B6 Tulip Oak Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . C4 Turner St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D3 Valley Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Valley View Cl. . .. . .. . .. B2 Victor Av. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D1

Vigilant St . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D5 Village Dr . . .. . .. . .. . D4,C5 Virgo Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. D2 Vista Dr. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. B5 Wallace St . . .. . .. . .. . .. D3 Wallaroy Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . B5 Walpole Av . . . . . . . . . . . . . D5 Wandella Cl. . . . . . . . . . . . . D5 Warden Rd . . . . . . . . . .B2,C2 Warden St . . .. . .. . .. C4,C5 Warrawee Pl. . .. . .. . .. . D5 Wason St. . .. . .. . .. . B1,B2 Wason St . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D5 Wattlevale Pl . . . . . . . . . . . D4 White Gum Cl. . .. . .. . .. C4 Whiting Av. . .. . .. . .. . .. B5 Wilfords La . . . . . . . . . . . . . B2 Wilfords Rd . . .. . .. . .. . B3 Wilga Pl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C3

William St . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B6 Willunga Cl . . . . . . . . . . . . . D5 Windward Way. . . . . . .A3,B3 Witherington Av . . . . . . . . D5 Wodalla Way . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Wolsely St . . .. . .. . .. . .. B2 Woodglen Cr . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Woodlawn Av. . .. . .. . .. B5 Woorree Pl . . . . . . . . . . . . . E5 Wuru Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B5 Wynella Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. .B1 Wyoming Av. . .. . .. . .. . B5 Wyuna Pl . . .. . .. . .. . .. . D4 Yarra Yarra Cl . . . . . . . . . . . D2 Yarrawonga Dr. . . . . . . . . . D2

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NOWRA STREET INDEX Abelia Pl (79) F6 NOWRA STREET INDEX Abelia Pl (79) F6 Abergeldie St E5 Acer Pl (40) F5 Albatross Rd A9,B7 Albert St D5 Alfred St E1 Allison Av E5 Allowrie Cr E6 Almond Gr (41) F5 Almondbark Rd F6 Alverstroke Cl (23) E1 Amalfi Cr E5 Ambassador Av C3 Amber Pl (15) D1 Andrew Cr F6 Angus Av C7 Anna Cr F6 Antares Cl E6 Anzac St E6 Apollo Cr (83) F6 Appleberry Cl E1 Archer Pl A2 Arnheim Pl B3 Arthur St F6 Arunta Cl (56) E5 Arwon Cl A2 Ascalon Cl (84) E5 Asquith Cl (4) B3 Asteria St E6,F6 Athena Cr (80) F6 Baffler Pl A2 Bainbrigge Cr D5 Balira Pl F6 Balmaringa Av B3 Bamarook Pl (6) C3 Barbata Gr E6 Barramundi Av B3 Barwon St D2 Basil Cr E6,F6 Bataan St E6 Bedfort St A9,B9 Beinda St D3 Bells La C1 Bellvue St D7 Bennett Pl F7 Benney Cl C5 Bernadette Av D5 Berry St D4 Beyeri Av C5 Bice Rd C5,D5 Bimbimbie Av A2,B2 Binden Cl D1,E1 Bingarra La A1 Birkdale Gr (22) E1 Birriley St D2,E2 Bisdee Pl (36) E5 Blackmore Cl E5 Blue Bell Way (96) F6 Blue Gum Way B2 Blueberry St (95) F6 Bluewattle Rd (90) F6 Bolong Rd F2 Booragal Pl C3 Boultwood Av (51) D5 Bourne St (49) D5 Bowada St D2,D3 Bowerbird St E7 Boyd Pl D1 Braidwood Rd A9 Bridge Rd D4 Brinawarr St D2,D3 Brodie Cl D1 Bromley Cl C5 Browns Rd D7,E7 Bryant St F3 BTU Rd B9 Bunberra St D2,E2 Bunderra Dr D5 Burradoo Cr F5,F6 Burrandool Av B2 Burt Av (33) D5 Burton St D5 Byron Av C2 Cabbage Tree La A7 Calymea St B8 Cambewarra Rd D2,E2 Camellia Gr D2 Canberra Dr A9 Cane Cl B2 Cardwell Dr A8 Carisbrook Cl D1,D2 Caroola Pde C3 Carrington Park Dr F6 Castle Glen C3 Cavalier Pde D1 Cavanagh La C5 Centennial Crt (25) E1 Central Av D7 Centre Rd C6 Centre St D5 Chatsworth Cr (10) C2 Chebec Cl (61) D2 Cherry Plum Way (75) F5 Chestnut Av D1

Chittick Av B2 Christiana Cl C5 Christine Pl (31) D5 Clarke Av C3 Clipper Rd E5,E6 Coachwood Av F5,F6 Coconut Dr B2 Cocos Palm Dr D1 Colyer Av D4 Concorde Way E1 Condie Cr C3 Coniston Cl B3 Coomea St E2 Coorong Rd A3 Copperleaf Pl (38) F5 Coral Gum Crt F6 Coralie Pl (11) C2 Coreen Cl C3 Cornelius Pl E6 Cornwall Cl E6,E7 Correa Crt F6 Costa St F6 Cotton Palm Dr B2 Counsell Rd A2 Cox Av D5 Crams Rd A2,B3 Crana Way (98) E7 Crawford Dr B3,C3 Crest Av C3 Creston Gr D1 Crosby Pl (16) D1 Cumberland Av C7 Daley Cr C3,D3 Dalwah St E2 David Pl D1 De Mestre Pl E5 Denbigh Pl E7 Depot Rd C5 Devlin Av B3 Dobble Cl D6 Douglas St D4 Dryden Cl E4 Duchess Cl (55) E5 Dudley Av D5 Dynet Cl E1 East St D4,D5 East St (50) D5 Ebony Lk F6 Edwards Av E1 Egans La (70) D4 Elder Cr E5 Elderberry Av F5 Elizabeth Av E5 Elkhorn Pl (1) B2 Ella Av D3 Ellis Pl (35) E5 Elvin Dr D1 Elwin Crt (9) C3 Elyard Dr D6 Emerson St C2 Emery Cl (19) E1 Ernest St D5 Essington Crt D1 Ettrick Cl D1 Eucalyptus Av (78) F6 Falcon Cr C2 Farrar Dr B2,C2 Farrelly Pl D1,D2 Federation Pl (13) C3 Ferntree Dr D1 Ferry La E3,E4 Filter Rd C5 Firetail St E7 Flinders Rd C7,D7 Florence Pl E5 Folia Cl C5 Forest Park Rd F6 Formby Cl D1 Forsyth St F3 Fox St (30) F3 Freesia Cr (65) D1 Fuchsia Cl D1,D2 Gannet Rd A9 Garden Gr (39) F5 Gardenia Cr D1 Garlin Cl B3 Garry Glen C6 Gascoyne Way (85) E5 Geary Pl B3 George Evans Rd B5 Glen View C3 Glenair Av C5,C6 Gleneagle Pde C3 Glenhaven Av (3) B3 Golden Ash Cl (82) F6 Golden Cane Av B2 Golden Gr F5 Goolagong St B3 Gould Av D5 Graham St D4 Grant St D4,D5 Greenmeadow La A8 Greenwell Point Rd F5 Gresham Way E2 Grey Gum Cl A8 Grondle Glen (20) D1 Guinea Flower Cr (77) F6 Gumnut Way B2 Gunyuma Cr C3 Gypsy Point Rd A1,A2

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McTernan Pl (76) Melaleuca Pl Meroo Rd Meroo St Mildura St Millbank Rd Miller Av Mintbush Cr Monaghan Av Monk Cr (62) Moondara Dr Moresby St Morschel Av Morton Pde Moss St Mountain Ash Pl Mulgen Cr Mumbulla St Murrell Pl Myall Cl (89) Narang Rd Narrien Pl Narwee Lk Neal Pl Nellore Pl Neptune Pl Nineveh Cl Nita Pl Nobblers La Norfolk Av North St North Tarawal St (60) Nowra Hill Rd Nowra La Numrock St Nundah Cl Nunkeri Pl Nutans Crest O’Keefe Av Southern Rd Oliver Pde Olympic Dr Osborne St Osprey Rd Oxford St Page Av Palm Cl Palm Lilly Cl (97) Paluma Pl (86) Park Rd Parlour Cl Parramatta St Paruna Pl Peace St (26) Peachey Cl Peachtree Cl Peak Av C3 Pella Cr Pemberly Dr Peniston Av Pensrose Dr Peppermint Dr Perth Dr Philip Dr Pioneer Pl Pitt St Plato Cl Pleasant Way (59) Plunkett St Princes Highway Princeton Pl Prosperity Rd Purdie Cr Quadrant St Queenborough St Quiberon St Quickmatch St Quinns La Racemosa Av Railway St Rainford Rd Ramsay Gr (24) Ranger Gr Rannoch Dr Rayleigh Dr Rebecca Gr Regal Pl Regelia Pde Regent Pl Reiby Pl (42) Rendal Av Richard Pl Ringbalin Cr Ritchie St Riveroak Rd (93) Riverview Rd Robey St Robinia Way Rock Hill Rd Rock Lilly Cl Rodney Pl (28) Romay Cl Rosewood Cl (14) Rosewood Cl (32) Rouken Glen Dr (73) Royal St Rugby Rd Russell Av (2) Ryan Av Salisbury Dr

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