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• s eechange Winter Arts Festival • Sussex Inlet Family Fishing Carnival • Troy Pocock Meningococcal Foundation Golf Day • Markets • Regional Map • Foodies and Farm Trail

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Cupitt’s Winery

From the Editors



June is the South Coast’s month of festivals, feasting and fun with lots to enjoy for all ages, tastes and interests. The biennial seechange Winter Arts Festival that began last month in Jervis Bay continues until the close of the June long weekend, showcasing impressive work by local artists, writers, musicians and performers (p22). This June long weekend will be filled with festivities as 11 South Coast wineries throw open their cellar doors for the 2014 Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival so you can sample local wines, together with exquisite culinary delights from local produce and local chefs. But don’t let the taste buds rest there; the South Coast’s only independent micro brewery, HopDog BeerWorks, is opening its tasting room for extended hours this June long weekend. See pages 8-10 for event details and check out our Foodies and Farm Trail and Wineries feature on pages 28-31 and our Dining Guide

on page 4 for more taste tantalising opportunities. For outdoors and sports lovers, why not help save lives while enjoying one of the South Coast’s most picturesque courses at the Troy Pocock Meningococcal Golf Day? (See p19). For more picturesque outdoor experiences, visit Shoalhaven Zoo, take to the trees with Trees Adventure (p15) or become a skywalker with Illawarra Fly’s winter 2 for 1 deal (p6). As always there’s plenty of live entertainment to enjoy in venues throughout the region, including shows for kids at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, an impressive line up of musicians coming to the Milton Theatre and some great stage drama at Shellharbour’s Roo Theatre. What a month to enjoy! See you around the South Coast.


Markets 3 Dining in Style Map

4 16-17

Entertainment 20 Movies 24 Tidal Information Wine Trail

24 28-29

South Coast Foodies & Farm Trail 30-31 Accommodation


Towns Shellharbour - Kiama - Gerringong


Berry - Kangaroo Valley


Nowra & surrounds


Jervis Bay & Sussex Inlet


Ulladulla, coastal villages & beyond 25

Andrew and Amanda

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What's On


the latest from our new website

What’s On June Seechange Winter Arts Festival 2014 16 May – 9 Jun Various locations around Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin.

Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre 14 June 7:30pm – Doris 21 June 1:30pm – Stars of the Eisteddfod

Shoalhaven City Arts Centre – Archibald Prize 13 May – 28 Jun Prominent pieces featured include Kathryn Del Barton’s winning entry, Hugo, a portrait of Hugo Weaving.

27 June 1pm & 3:30pm – Peppa Pig Live

Bundanon Open Day 1,8,15,22,29 Jun 10:30am-4pm Tours of Bundanon Homestead Boyd’s Studio. 553 Bundanon Road, Illaroo.

Milton Scarecrow Festival Sat 7 Jun 8am-5pm Market stalls, scarecrow competition, kids entertainment etc. Milton Village.

Penwood Miniture Railway Sun 1 Jun 2014 215A Princes Highway, Jaspers Brush. Ph: 44641201

Troy Pocock Meningococcal Foundation Golf Day Sun 15 Jun Help save lives by raising much needed funds for the Troy Pocock Meningococcal Foundation. $50 per person, 4 person Ambrose, Nowra Golf Club. To register ph 4421 2249 or 0412 669 875.

28 June 7pm – Melbourne International Comedy Festival For more information see ad on page 16.

Hopdog Beer Works extended hours 6-8 Jun 10am-5pm The South Coast’s only independent craft brewery. Open extended hours this June long weekend. Stop by the cellar door and try something different. Ghost Walks in Milton 7,14,21,28 Jun A lantern-lit walking tour of historic Milton. Bookings essential. Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival 2014 7-9 Jun 11 cellar doors will host various events from wine and cheese tastings, dinners, tours, themed lunches, produce and market stalls, as well as live entertainment in the vineyards.

David Graney – Milton theatre Sat 28 Jun 8pm The enigmatic rock showman, storyteller, songwriter and singer brings his new album (and more) to Milton.

seechange Winter Arts Festival until 9 June

Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival, 7-9 June

COMING EVENTS 59th Sussex inlet Family Fishing Carnival 4-9 Jul A fishing compeitition for the whole family! Over $25,000 in prizes including cash to be won. Fish on the river, beach, rocks or outside. More info pg 23 or visit

Troy Pocock Meningococcal Foundation Golf Day, 15 June

Monthly Markets Guide Seafood and Fresh Produce Fair Every Sat. The Heads Hotel, 51 River Rd, Shoalhaven Heads. 4448 7125

Sussex Inlet Flea Market 2nd Sat monthly, 8am-1pm. Uniting Church hall, Jacobs Drive. 4441 1546

Nowra Uniting Church Bazarre 1st Fri of month (Ex January) Wesley Centre, Berry St, Nowra. 4421 3841

Huskisson Markets 2nd Sun monthly. Huskisson Sports Oval, Huskisson. 8am - 1pm. 0409 740 704

Berry Country Fair 1st Sun monthly (excl. February) Berry Showground, Alexandra Street. 4464 1476

Marine Rescue Ulladulla Markets 2nd Sun monthly. Ulladulla Harbour. 4455 3403

Lady Denman Produce Markets make it...bake it...grow it. 1st Sat of month. Lady Denman Maritime Museum, Huskisson. 0459 050 935

Gerringong Markets 3rd Sat monthly. Gerringong Town Hall and environs. 0410 663 548

Milton Village Markets 1st Sat monthly. Main shopping area, Milton. 4455 3056. Culburra Beach Markets 1st Sun monthly, 8am - 2pm. West Crescent (opposite Bowling Club). 0435 730 992 Kangaroo Valley Village Markets 2nd Sat of month, 8.30am - 2.30pm. Kangaroo Valley Showground. 0401 322 179

Tomerong Village Markets 3rd Sat monthly, 8am-1pm. Tomerong School of Arts. 4443 6384 Kiama Seaside Craft Markets 3rd Sun monthly. Black Beach, Kiama. 9am to 3pm. 4232 3322 Kiama Produce Markets 4th Sat monthly, 8am to 1pm Black Beach, Kiama. 4232 0464

Shellharbour Village Harbourside Rotary Markets 4th Sun monthly. 8am - 2pm. Little Park, Addison St, Shellharbour. 0431 975 345 Pinebowl Track Markets 4th Sun monthly. Nowra Greyhound track. Albatross Rd. 4421 2332 Pyree Village Art, Craft and Produce Market 4th Sun Monthly, 9am to 1:30pm. Shoalhaven Potters Workshop, 888 Greenwell Pt Rd, Pyree. 4443 7312. Jamberoo Art and Craft Markets Last Sun monthly, 9am - 3pm. Kevin Walsh Oval, Jamberoo. 0405 269 261 Greenwell Point Riverside Market 3rd Sunday of month, 9am - 2pm. Titania Park Greenwell Point. 0427 357 500 Shoalhaven Heads Red Cross Markets/Car Boot Sale Sat during Easter, June and Oct long weekends, 8am – 1 pm. Community Centre, Shoalhaven Heads. 0418 100 151 or 4448 5965


Among the South Coast's many culinary delights, you may not expect to find the exotic tastes of the African savannah in the heart of Berry.

Pavilion Restaurant

Menu highlights include the Boerie Roll featuring the grilled South African gourmet boerewors sausage and the Savannah Tasting Plate with its tantalising mix of exotic meats, cheeses and olives for two.

Candlelit à la carte dining in the evenings with a stunning modern Australian menu. Fine food and wine in a relaxed atmosphere. Emphasis on local produce. Dinner: Tues - Sat, Breakfast daily. 72 – 76 Queen Street Berry. Ph: 4464 1074


South Coast Dining in Style


Savannah Cafe Take your taste buds on an African safari! Your steakhouse of choice - ribs are always on the menu. Open 7 days: breakfast & lunch. Evening dining: Tues, Fri & Sat nights Shop 5, Stan Burt Arcade, Queen St, Berry Ph: 4464 3880

The brainchild of partners Teresa Jooste and chef Ersen Oksuzsoy, Savannah Cafe was inspired by their desire to share the amazing tastes of South Africa and Namibia with the South Coast.

Find Savannah Cafe in the Stan Burt Arcade. It opens from 9am on weekdays or 8am on weekends and offers evening dining on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. To book call 4464 3880.

Just Delicious Café/Deli

Callala RSL Country Club

Breakfast, brunch, lunch, coffee & cakes, takeaway. House-made daily, fresh & healthy. ‘Gourmet to go’ take home meals. Open 7 days 9am-5pm Shop 3, 62 Albert St, Berry

Greenside Restaurant Delicious Asian and Western cuisine made from the freshest of products. Open Lunch 12 - 2pm & Dinner 6 - 8.30pm Tuesday to Sunday. Ph: 4446 5509 for reservations and take away

P: 4464 3650

Randell’s Brekky & Brunch Café

Mezzadellas Woodfired Pizza Sensational woodfired pizzas, pasta and slow cooked ribs served in a relaxed atmosphere. Open 7 nights Mon - Sun from 5pm. Lunch Sat - Sun from 11:30am. Brekky Sat - Sun from 8am Bookings essential. Shop 6, 97-99 Queen St, Berry

Ph: 02 4464 2045

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Fresh and healthy, all day breakfast, fresh donuts made to order, and heated courtyard. Eat in or take away. Tues - Fri: 5:30am-2:30pm Sat/Sun: 7am-1pm (Closed Mon) Shop 2/16 Paradise Beach Rd Sanctuary Pt Ph.4443 3307

SOUTH on Albany

The Butterfactory Restaurant

Berry’s newest restaurant with a modern European menu showcasing the freshest seasonal and local produce. Local and NSW wines, friendly personal service. Lunch: Fri-Sun, Dinner: Wed-Sat. 3/65 Queen St (cnr Albany St), Berry Tel (02) 4464 2005

Award-winning fully licensed restaurant offers contemporary Australian cuisine. Emphasis on fresh, local produce, seasonal menus and excellent wine list. Open Lunch: Wed- Sun 12-3pm & Dinner: Wed - Sat from 6pm, bookings preferred. Ph 4447 1400 739 Greenwell Point Rd , Pyree

Rick Stein at Bannisters

Enjoy fresh south coast seafood fastidiously prepared the Rick Stein way. Open Wed - Sun for dinner from 2nd Feb (prior 7 days a week). Wed, Sat and Sun lunch. Breakfast 7 days. 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook. Tel: (02) 4455 3044

Do you own a Cafe or Restaurant ? Reach thousands of diners every month for about the price of a main course. Call 44230990 to find out more.


Seven Mile Beach © Howard Mitchell

Shellharbour - Kiama - Gerringong Shellharbour Village - Albion Park - Albion Park Rail - Illawarra Regional Airport- Jamberoo - Gerroa

Shellharbour Shellharbour prides itself on the abundance of restaurants, cafes, pubs, clubs and eateries that are available to tempt your taste buds. Browse the array of gorgeous boutiques and gift shops that line the street of this seaside village.

Minnamurra Rainforest and Jamberoo Action Park are the main attractions.

What to See & Do


The coastal town is most famous for its lighthouse and blowholes. Fish, swim, explore the rock pools, or browse the many cafes and shops.

A picturesque holiday town nestled between the ocean and flourishing farmlands. With prized beaches and glorious surroundings. It hosts a variety of quality accommodation, along with many shops, boutiques and cafes. Enjoy the wine and magnificent view at the local Crooked River Winery.




Jamberoo was settled in the 1820's and today is a small but quaint village. Visitor Information Centre Shellharbour tourism Cnr Addison & Wentworth Sts Shellharbour Village. Enquiries Ph: 1300 65 6169.

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Gerroa offers easy access to several national parks and fine beaches , including famous Seven Mile Beach. VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Blowhole Point Rd, Kiama Phone 4232 3322 or 1300 654 262

Visit Killalea State Park.

Browse the boutiques and shops in Shellharbour Village, Kiama and Gerringong.

Get a ‘bird’s eye view’ of the South Coast with a NSW Air scenic joyflight.

Take a treetop adventure at the Illawarra Fly, walk in Minnamurra Rainforest or visit the Kiama Blowhole. ■ See the latest play or musical on offer at the Roo Theatre. ■ Step back in time and learn about the region’s history at Tongarra Museum ■

VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Mas Homewares Shop 2, 131 Fern Street, Gerringong. Ph: 4234 0211

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Tongarra Museum Tongarra Museum is located on the beautiful south coast of New South Wales. We aim to preserve and present the cultural and environmental heritage of Shellharbour City through changing exhibitions of local Aboriginal and European history. Tongarra Museum and the adjacent Albion Park Library offer free Wi-Fi to our customers. Visit the museum’s local history blog Russell Street, Albion Park Open Monday and Wednesday 9am - 4pm Ph:

4256 6698


See Bugsby Malone at Roo Theatre The Roo Theatre Company is pleased to present Bugsy Malone at Roo Theatre from 18 June – 21 June Bugsy Malone is a musical spoof very loosely based on events in Chicago during the Prohibition era. The show

specifically follows the rivalry between two street gangs and a washed up but well-meaning boxer, Bugsy Malone. Bugsy ends up taking control of Fat Sam’s gang and helps defeat Dandy Dan and his gang.

For performance times or to secure your tickets, call 42972891, or book online at

The The Roo Roo Theatre Theatre Company Company Shellharbour’s No.1 live theatre venue • Drama classes • Professionally staged musicals,

From $215 per day! Boats for you to hire and drive yourself!

comedies & dramas • 220 seat fully equipped theatre

4 Fishing trips with your mates 4 Watersports with friends and family 4 Cruising beautiful waterways with the kids 4 Diving adventure

There’s something for everyone at Roo! The Harbour Theatre Cnr Wentworth & Addison Sts, Shellharbour

Ph: 4297 2891

Scott - Jervis Bay: 0427 482 426 & John - Illawarra: 0417 176 906

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Available on full Ad ssion only. Valid for one admi presented be st mu rt ve This ad ticket. when purchasing y an th wi lid va Not other offer. Illawarra Fly. The Illawarra’s highest natural high.

182 Knights Hill Road, Knights Hill NSW 2577

1300 362 881


…at one of Australia’s premier rainforest experiences and the only elevated steel walkway in NSW. Take in the incredible views from the Royal National Park across Lake Illawarra and out to the Pacific Ocean. Open 7 days from 9 am – 5 pm, Last entry 4:15 pm. Licensed Café open 9 am – 4 pm.

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Kiama Coast Walk – See where it takes you! Why not explore the sparkling Kiama coastline while getting some good exercise in the process? The Kiama Coast Walk is a stunning 22km pathway that follows the area’s coastline, showcasing its spectacular ocean views and inviting detours – all within easy reach of amenities and public transport. This tour of discovery includes birdlife, basalt, beaches, bays and blowholes accessed via a mix of sealed pathways, beaches and grassed tracks that are suitable for most levels of fitness. The walk is divided in to three natural sections, each taking between 1.5 - 3 hours to complete. You can take the walk at your own pace and plan your trip to make the most of the area’s quality accommodation, eateries, and attractions. Pick up your copy of the Kiama Coast Walk map guide (pictured) at the Kiama Visitors Information Centre, Blowhole Point Road, Kiama. (Source: Kiama Tourism)

Take to the skies with NSW Air Have you ever dreamed of taking to the skies? Ever wanted to see the South Coast from a different perspective? Let 2013 South Coast Tourism Award Silver winners, NSW Air, make your dreams a reality with a stunning joy flight over the Illawarra and South Coast. Bridge to Beaches (40mins) – follow the beautiful Illawarra coastline north to the Sea Cliff Bridge before turning south to Kiama, taking in fabulous beach and escarpment views. Then fly over Jamberoo or Lake Illawarra before landing at Albion Park.

Jervis Bay Scenic (1hr 20mins) – fly south over Shellharbour and Kiama, then over beautiful Jervis Bay, St Georges Basin, Seven Mile Beach, Comerong Island and Huskisson. Return at 500 feet along the rugged Shoalhaven coastline seeing unspoilt cliffs north of Point Perpendicular, the blow hole in action and possibly dolphins and whales at play. NSW Air also offers joy flights over Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Stop dreaming and start flying today! Visit or call NSW Air on (02) 4256 1001.

Scenic Joyflights




Sea Cliff Bridge, Sydney Harbour, Jervis Bay Airport Road - Albion Park Rail enter opposite train station

See the flights on our website or on YouTube. Some conditions apply, please call to enquire.

Book on 02 4256 1001

Open 7 Days

Where great memories are a holiday away... With top of the range facilities and accommodation options from luxury to budget ensuite cabins and camp sites, BIG4 easts Beach Holiday Park is the perfect location for a South coast Adventure.

OceAn Street, KIAmA Freecall: 1800 674 444 or visit Also located at BIG4 Wagga Wagga Holiday Park - 02 6921 4287




HopDog BeerWorks open for tasting

As well as enjoying the South Coast’s food and wine this month, why not also take a moment to taste the unique beers being produced by the South Coast’s only independent microbrewery, HopDog BeerWorks. The HopDog BeerWorks tasting room will open for extended hours this June Queen’s Birthday long weekend. The brewery at 2/175 Princes Highway South Nowra will open from 10am5pm on Friday 6 June, 10am-5pm Saturday 7 and Sunday 8, but closed on the public holiday Monday 9 June. The saturday will feature Top Dog gourmet Hot Dogs. Brewer Tim Thomas is continuously coming up with new and unique brews for his customers. His current brews include the ChaiFighter, a pale ale brewed with the addition of a chai tea blend from the Berry Tea Shop and Shouty Man, an indulgent brown ale as well as 4 other beers.

For more information about these and other beer varieties, and the many South Coast and Sydney establishments now offering HopDog BeerWorks beers, visit, or check out their Facebook or Twitter.

Delicious Gourmet Pizzas, Takeaway available. Extensive menu specialising in Seafood, Pasta & Risotto. Finalists in ‘Restaurant & Catering Awards’ 2010 Open Wed- Sun from 5pm & 7 days in School Hols. Bookings recommended Shop 1, 11 Blackwood St, Gerringong (next to IGA). Ph: 4234 0241

Open 7 Days

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4234 0551

Open Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5pm and Sat/Sun 8am - 5pm

Don't only taste great wines this long weekend!

The South Coast’s only independent craft brewery. Open extra hours this June long weekend. Stop by our cellar door and taste something different!

JUNE LONG WEEKEND opening hours Fri-Sun 10am-5pm Closed Mon gourmet hot dogs available Saturday

2/175 Princes Hwy, South Nowra (just down the service road from Bunnings)

P: 0428 293 132


Wine’s a treat, with food a celebration! ...YOUR COMMUNITY CLUB

Come to the Gerringong Bowlo B

Dine in at our Werri Beach Grille or Taste of Asia Restaurant.


Ocean views from our front deck


Barefoot bowls, badge draws and raffles


Live music every Friday/ Saturday


Big screen TV for football

Find us at Pacific Ave, Werri Beach (south end) Ph: 4234 1414 Like us on facebook

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Eleven Shoalhaven Coast wineries will offer themed dinners, lunches and gourmet goodies as they throw open their cellar doors from 9am to 5pm daily this June long weekend for the annual Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival. Visitors will have the chance to taste some wonderful wines from Tempranillo to Chambourcin, Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Arneis, Merlot, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho - but it’s the fabulous food that is shaping up as one of the highlights of this year’s festival. French-trained and inspired winemaker Rosie Cupitt’s long table lunches at her family-run Cupitt’s Winery and restaurant outside Milton are the stuff of legend among South Coast food and wine lovers, who also enjoy the sweeping views towards Pigeon House Mountain. Bawley Vale Estate have joined forces with Ulladulla restaurant Millard’s Cottage to offer a five-course wine appreciation experience. Kangaroo Valley winery Yarrawa Estate has teamed up with local eatery Bistro One46 for its festival showcase dinner highlighting their wines and extensive orchards while at their cellar door visitors can enjoy a self-cooked barbeque of Estate Angus beef. At Gerringong’s Roselea Vineyard check out the Moroccan-style estate grown Angus steak barbeque or enjoy a glass of Vintage Port with strawberries & chocolate. Former MasterChef Professional Coop Woodstone is now at the helm at Crooked River Winery Restaurant and will serve his specialty of modern French cuisine or a tasting plate for those preferring to sit on the lawn overlooking the vineyards and ocean.

At Coolangatta Estate feast on freshly shucked oysters, burgers and pies or dine in the historic Alexanders Restaurant. At Silos Estate enjoy cheese and alpaca tastings, wash down a plate of oysters in the Alpaca and Sparkling Wine bar, or enjoy a meal in the highly credentialed Silos Restaurant with executive chef and 2013 Young Chef of the Year, Nick Gardener. Mountain Ridge staff will serve scrumptious morsels in their new restaurant and function room, Broughton on the Ridge, while at nearby Two Figs Winery you’ll be able to feast on home-made sausage rolls, wood-fired pizzas and local cheese platters. Fern Gully Winery at Termeil will be dishing up mouth-watering Atlantic salmon and prawns in a creamy leek and Fern Gully Chardonnay sauce or local Angus beef and bacon in Fern Gully Port sauce pies, plus homemade creamy vegetable soup. Cambewarra’s winemaking team will showcase their new frizzante-style wines while you enjoy Tapas and barbeque all day, or for something different experience a Frizzante High Tea. Festival goers can purchase a commemorative glass for $8 at the first winery they visit that will entitle them to enjoy tastings at each of the participating wineries. To enter festival competitions join the event at www.facebook. com/ShoalhavenWinterWine and get full event details at www.

Visit one of the regions wineries for the Winter Wine Festival - June Long Weekend

Berry - Kangaroo Valley Berry Set amongst rolling green hills with the backdrop of the stunning Cambewarra range, its striking landscape is unparalleled. Berry, the first truly rural town south of Sydney is a country experience like no other. The town is famous for its cafes, homewares and boutique shopping. The surrounding area is dotted with many boutique wineries of note and the restaurants and local gourmet food outlets should not be missed. Berry has a wonderful assortment of quaint B & B ‘s that you can stay in when enjoying the area. The Apex Park is a great place to enjoy a picnic after a day of shopping! VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE ‘Pottering Around’ 99 Queen St, Berry drop in or phone 4464 2177.

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There is always something happening in Berry from the country markets on the 1st Sunday of the month, the Berry Show in February, the Musicale festival held throughout May and June or the beautiful Garden Festival in October.

Kangaroo Valley Historic Kangaroo Valley is both pretty and dramatic - remnants of rainforest cling to the steep escarpment, while the Kangaroo River and small creek crisscross the valley. Kangaroo Valley has all the ingredients of an ideal short break - cafes, pub, galleries, shops and bushwalks. Visit the Pioneer Museum Park, a time capsule of life as it was 150 years ago. VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE The Gallery in Kangaroo Valley 149 Moss Vale Rd, Kangaroo Valley Ph: 4465 1621

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What to See & Do ■ Visit the Berry Country Fair Markets, on the first Sunday of each month. ■ Stroll along streets lined with shops including boutiques, art and craft galleries, homewares, and antiques. ■ Wine-tasting at local wineries: Coolangatta Estate, Mountain Ridge Wines, and Jasper Valley Wines. ■ Take a ride in the horse and carriage which can be found in the main street of Berry most weekends. ■ Visit Shoalhaven Heads or Seven Mile Beach for a dip in the water. ■ Sample local produce at South Coast Providores in Queen St. ■ Join a kayaking or canoeing safari to Kangaroo River and Shoalhaven Gorge. ■ Visit Pioneer Museum Park - based on a typical 19th century farmhouse. ■

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REGIONAL FOOD & WINE Dinner: Wed to Sat, from 6pm Lunch: Fri to Sun, from 12pm

3/65 Queen Street (cnr Albany St) Berry Phone: 02 4464 2005

Shop 1/ 66 Albert Street, Berry

ph 02 4464 1218 Open DAily frOm 10Am-5pm

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Open 7 days 10am – 4pm


A shopper's paradise!

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Australia’s largest range of the world’s most beautiful beads and jewellery, including globally sourced gems,silver,tribal,glass

All things beady!

Open 10am-4pm

Men - Women - Children

(Closed Tues & Sun)

Open 7 days 10am to 4:30pm

Shop 2, 58 Albert Street Berry Ph: 4464 2126

Tuition available

Shop 4, 94-96 Queen St, Berry Ph: 4464 2798

Berry is a shopper’s paradise with its idyllic rural setting and heritage buildings providing the perfect backdrop for a day of country shopping. The shopping is diverse as it is vibrant, ranging from art, crafts and photography through to fresh local produce, fashion, footwear, interior decorating pieces and furniture. Parking for shoppers is easy and when the time comes to rest Berry has you covered, with a wide selection of cafes and restaurants offering quality cuisine and plenty of well prepared coffee! Happy shopping!


MUSIC CENTRE ABN: 39 407 463 011

For all your musical Phone: (02) needs 4464 1284 118 Queen St, Berry NSW 2535 Musical Email: instruments and accessories Sheet, print, and digital music Music & movie memorabilia CDs and DVDs Ticket agent for: Music giftware Vinyls (Records)

A great selection of ladies’ and mens’ fashion, footwear and accessories! Shops 3 & 4/ 66 Albert St Berry Ph: 4464 3656

Shop 1/118 Queen St Berry ph 02 4464 1284

open 7 days a week fully licensed

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Kangaroo Valley - Australia’s most beautiful valley


OPEN 7 DAYS 9am - 5pm Jewellery boxes, clocks, bowls, burl lamps Chopping board & kitchenware Doll houses & furniture Puzzles & children’s toys Ph: 4465 1002 Main Rd, Kangaroo Valley You can now Buy Online at

The Valley’s finest local produce Growers, producers and purveyors of high quality table olives, olive products and extra virgin olive oils.

Available online

and from selected Kangaroo Valley retailers

KVO will be open June long weekend as part of the Winter Wine Festival, 7-9 June, 10-4pm. Group tours by appointment only. Ph. 0447491245

PIONEER Pioneer PIONEER Museum Park

MuseumPark Park Museum Experience

• Dairy Farm Farm Life in the Experience Farm Life in the 19th Century Implements 19th Century • Picnic Grounds & BBQ Area • Bushwalking in Rainforests


of Hampden Open Fri-Mon,North Public & School Bridge Holidays. Open Fri-Mon, Public & School Holidays.

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1.5kg cubed gravy beef or chuck steak 2 Tblspns plain flour (can use gluten free flour) 300g baby onions or diced onions Half teaspn chopped garlic 5 carrots chopped 4 sticks celery chopped 500g diced tomatoes 300ml red wine 500ml beef stock 300g button mushrooms quartered 1 Tblspn butter

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Easy Beef in Red Wine

Salt and pepper Toss cubed beef in flour and place in a cast iron casserole dish. Add onions and garlic, carrots, celery, diced tomatoes, red wine and beef stock and stir well. Place a piece of baking paper on top of contents and cover with lid. Cook in a 170 degree oven for 2.5 hrs adding more stock or water if necessary. Heat a frypan and add butter, cook to nut brown. Add mushrooms and cook until just coloured. Add to casserole and check seasoning. Delicious with soft polenta, cous cous or mashed potatoes Recipe supplied by Carole Ruta From South Coast Providores, Berry


... the one-stop-shop for all your everyday and weekend needs OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - 7am to 6pm groceries specialty breads delicatessan fresh meat eco-friendly organic products frozen foods fresh fruit and vegtables DVD hire newspapers, magazines

Kangaroo Valley - 4465 1512


Shoalhaven River © Jeff Chartier Photography

Nowra and surrounds

Bomaderry - Burrier - Pyree - Greenwell Point - Culburra - Currarong - Callala - Myola Nowra, loacated on the beautiful Shoalhaven River, offers fishing, boating and river cruises. Nowra has a number of historic buildings and heritage walks. Information can be picked up from the local visitors centre. Along with the district’s many wonderful natural attractions, Bundanon, the rural property of the late Arthur Boyd, is one of the cultural delights of Nowra. Other attractions include the Fleet Air Arm Museum and Meroogal, an authentic 19th century gothic-style house.

Coastal Towns Pyree is home to the historic Jindyandy Mill—a place where past and present come together in beautiful surroundings—and the renowned Butterfactory Restaurant.

Culburra’s great surf beaches are popular as is sailing and windsurfing on the adjacent Lake Wollumboola. The walk around the headland provides impressive views over Crookhaven Bight. Greenwell Point is famous for worldclass fresh oysters, fish and other seafood. Recreational activities include fishing, swimming and boating. For tranquillity with exceptional views of Jervis Bay, look no further than Callala Bay, Callala Beach and Myola. Explore the pristine waters by boat or fish off the pier and observe the sea life below. Kayak the backwaters of Wowly and Callala Creeks, enjoy the safe shallows of the Callala Creek estuary or head to the Callala Country Club for golf or lawn bowls. The coastal village of Currarong offers excellent rock fishing and swimming spots. Enjoy fish and chips at the local takeaway or a picnic in the park.

What to See & Do ■ Visit Shoalhaven Zoo or hire a canoe at Grady’s Riverside Retreat and explore the beautiful Shoalhaven River. ■ Enjoy a fresh seafood lunch or picnic at one of the picturesque beaches or at one of the pretty parks located on the outskirts of Nowra and at Bomaderry. ■ Climb cliffs and through trees at Shoalhaven Trees Adventure Park.

Find unique treasures in The Everything Store, Nowra ■

■ Visit oyster farmers in Greenwell Pt or shop at historic Jindyandy Mill.

VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Shoalhaven Visitors Centre Cnr Pleasant Way and the Princes Highway, Nowra (near the helicopter) drop in or phone 4421 0778.

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Shoalhaven Zoo & Adventure World Rock Hill Rd, North Nowra

Shoalhaven Zoo & Ph: 02 4421 3949 Adventure World Open 7 days, 9am till 5pm Rock Hill Rd, North Nowra *Not in conjunction with any other offer. Valid Ph:of ad.02Limit4421 upon presentation one adult3949 per ad. Open 7 days, 9am till 5pm

*Not in conjunction with any other offer. Valid upon presentation of ad. Limit one adult per ad.


• Used furniture • Giftware • Antiques • Vintage items 65 Graham St, Nowra

Ph: 4423 1969

(located down from the Council Chambers)

• Collectables • Books Open mon-fri 9-5 sat 9-1

Go to new heights with Trees Adventure in Nowra




The whole family can enjoy the new Trees Adventure Park on the Shoalhaven River. The park features exciting and challenging courses high in the tree canopy that will have you swinging, leaping, climbing and flying through the forest. Flying foxes zip between the trees at frightening speeds, while cargo nets, rope bridges and wooden obstacles offer physical challenges high above the ground. There are courses for those as young as 4 years through to the more daring

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of adults. Difficulty increases the higher you climb into the canopy. Fully harnessed with state of the art equipment, this exciting yet safe experience will see you perched high above the spectacular scenery of the Shoalhaven River. You can book online at



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Newest in New South Wales! Nowra Shoalhaven Park (located at Shoalhaven Zoo)

An awesome tree top adventure and Via Ferrata (protected climbing route) with more than 70 challenges, 6 courses and 13 flying foxes. Guaranteed 2 hours in the trees. For everyone in the family from 4 years old to 80+. Cruise in the air from tree to tree (from 2 to 25 meters). Fully harnessed with state of the art equipment.

23 Rock Hill Road, North Nowra Open: Wed-Fri 11am-5pm, Sat-Sun (public & school hols) 9am-7pm

Book your adventure online now:

Culburra Bowling & Recreation Club • Live entertainment • Sports Bar • BBQ/Beer Garden • Bottleshop • Courtesy buses

• Functions / Conferences • 3 bowling greens • Club TAB / Sky / Fox Sports • Chinese / Australian Restaurant (closed Mondays) • Children’s playground

fresh, new and exciting We have it all!

Social and competition bowls Bingo and Cash Housie Meat and seafood raffles Members cash draws Live entertainment IS GAMBLING A PROBLEM FOR YOU? CALL G-LINE FREECALL 1800 633 635


Cnr Prince Edward Ave & West Crescent, Culburra Beach

Ph: 4447 2266



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• Convention Centre • Austar & Internet Connection (WiFi) • Pool • Spa • Sauna • Tennis Courts • 24 hour check ins Cnr. Princes Hwy & Kalandar St, Nowra

Phone 4421 5222




Crookhaven Bight Callala Bay Beecroft Head & Beach rrawangala Currarong Huskisson Nat Park Tomerong Jervis Bay NP Vincentia Wandandian Pt Perpendicular Sanctuary Pt Jervis Bay St Georges Hyams Beach Basin Booderee Sussex Jervis Nat Park Conjola NP Inlet Bay JERVIS BAY TERRITORY Wreck Cudmirrah Conjola Bay St Georges Head Bendalong te Yattah

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Burrill Lake Lake Tabourie Meroo NP

Bawley Point Kioloa Pretty Beach

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National Park & Nature Reserve............... Perennial Lake................ Place of Interest..............

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17 719 Greenwell Point Road, Pyree via Nowra Open Wed - Sun and school holidays 10am - 4pm The historic Jindyandy Mill was originally built in 1830 using convict labour and was used to store and crush wheat to make flour.

Today it is an assortment of stores filled with old world charm and surrounded by lush green pastures - a unique place to shop and eat.



Fully licenced

• Lollies - Jams - Fudges - Unique Gifts • Homewares -Toys - Garden Ornaments • Dollhouses - Miniatures • Christmas Corner

Enjoy a family friendly dining experience for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner (Fri-Sat from 6pm) overlooking the Shoalhaven’s evergreen dairy pastures and farmland. Ph: 4447 1050

For bookings:

Wed - Sun 10 - 4 and all school holidays

Freestyle Creations

- Wed-Sun 10-4

School Hols - Open 7 days except Xmas, Boxing and New Years Day


% off all wooden stamps Stockists of Docrafts and all the major brands. Huge range of 3D’s, stickers, Basic Grey, Prima, Websters and much much more. e: m: 0417 958 133 p: 02 4421 6038

monthly specials

Ph: 4447 0258


Beauty Retreat

Deep tissue and relaxation massage, manicures, pedicures, acrylic & shellac nails, facials, waxing, and make-up. Wedding parties. Giftware, novelties & body products.






Wed - Sun 10 - 4




Ph: 0421 957 790

Be Enchanted

A place to find that special unique gift – teapots, jewellery, pettiskirts and lots more...

Wed-Sat 10-4

open wed - sun 10am-4pm 7 days during school holidays & public holidays Dave: 0488 747 472 | Lindsay: 0413 437 508

Enjoy a golf game with a difference! How much more would you enjoy your golf game if you could help save lives at the same time? Well, now you can, by playing in the Troy Pocock Meningococcal Foundation Golf Day at the picturesque Nowra Golf Club on Sunday 15 June 2014. The golf day is increasing awareness of the dangers of Meningococcal disease and raising much-needed funds for the Troy Pocock Meningococcal Foundation, established in memory of Nowra man Troy Pocock who died of the disease in 2001, shortly after his 21st birthday. Meningococcal disease is relatively rare but life-threatening, potentially causing death within hours if not recognised and treated promptly. Affecting around 700 Australians annually, most sufferers fully recover but 5-10% die and 20% experience permanent disabilities. Although babies and children are most at risk, the disease also affects adults and several lifestyle factors heighten the risk. Prominent Australian Clinical Microbiologist Dr Clayton Golledge said: “I’ve seen cases where someone has been well at breakfast – and dead by dinner. “About three quarters of all deaths could have been prevented with earlier recognition and treatment,” he said.

Larraine Pocock, mother of the late Troy Pocock, says educating the community to aid early recognition and treatment is at the core of the foundation’s purpose. “By playing in our golf day you will help us save lives by raising much needed funds we can use to educate people and support victims and their families,” Larraine said. For a golf game you’ll feel good about regardless of your score, register for the Troy Pocock Golf Day by contacting Nowra Golf Club on 4421 2249 or 0412 669 875.

ZAC’S Place Seafood Cafe

• Variety of Fresh and Cooked Fish, Prawns and Oysters • Hot Food including Chips, Chicko Rolls and Scallops • Wraps, Burgers, Schnitzels and Great Meal Deals • Gelatos and Icecreams • Coffee and Cake Specials

authentic high roast espresso For the best traditional espresso coffee, roasted in Nowra: • Benny’s, Culburra • Oh La La, Nowra • Hyper Hyper Roastery and Espresso Bar, Nowra • SOLA, Illaroo Rd • Natural Necessity Perfect Break, Gerringong • Elephant Boy, Bowral • Hospital Shop, Bowral • Apt Espresso, Newtown to name but a few... proudly supplying HMAS Albatross Officers and Senior Sailors

“... never let the bar stewards grind you down!”

Around the corner from gorgeous Currarong Beach

3/1 Piscator Ave, Currarong Ph: 4448 3177

85 North Street, Nowra M: 0424 551 509

Golf Day 2014 “raising awareness”

Sunday 15th June @ 8.00am Nowra Golf Club Fairway Dr, North Nowra

$50 per person 4 person Ambrose


To register phone Nowra Golf Club on 4421 2249 or 0412 669 875



Live Entertainment Callala RSL Country Club 28th Ricky Lynch

Fine dining in Italian style

Fully licensed Seafood specialties Authentic pasta dishes Steaks and crisp salads Inspired home-style Italian cuisine Traditional and gourmet pizzas

OPEN 7 NIGHTS - DINNER FROM 5PM Ample parking. Bookings preferred.

BOOKINGS ON 4423 0285 Winner of RCA Awards 1997 to 2006 Winner RCA Italian Restaurant 2006 Finalist RCA Italian Restaurant 2007 to 2011

221 Kinghorne Street, Nowra


Callala RSL Country Club Enjoy all that the club has to offer! • 9 hole golf course • Golf Pro Shop • Indoor and Outdoor Bowls • 2 Bowling Greens • Fishing Club • Great Entertainment • ATM TAB KENO • Family BBQ Area

Greenside Restaurant

Callala Beach Road, Callala Beach New members always welcome! Phone: 4446 5313 Visit www. Is Gambling a problem for you? Call G-Line freecall 1800 633 635. Information for members and their invited guests

Seagull Lodge

Self-contained Group Accommodation (1 - 40 people) at CULBURRA BEACH

Live, laugh, love and share memories all together in the one place... Beach & bush opposite, close to boat ramp, sporting fields & tennis courts. Feb - Nov rates for 40 people @ $22 per person/night. 20

p: 0411 068 541

Culburra Bowling Club 7th Last Stand Chisel show 7th Adam Dwyer support show 13th D’BanJac 20th Mandy Shamin 27th Ricky Lynch Band Great Southern Hotel berry 28th Mark Dabin Greenwell Point Bowling CLub 7tH Scared Stiff 8th Ripcord 14th D’BanJac 21st Backlash 28th Woody Greenwell Pt Hotel 6th Dave Debs 13th Eric Lewis 20th Jamie Parkinson 27th Live Music Hotel Berry 7th Woody 21st Rod Mitchell 28th Absolutely Fab Kiama Grand Hotel 6th Andrew Shortle 7th A Different Beautiful 13th Live Music 14th Coverlution 20th Live Music 21st Live Music 27th Monica Lawson 28th Purple Envy Kiama Leagues Club 1st Quini duo 6th Catch Fraze 7th Charlie Harper Band 8th Brian King 13th Graphiti 14th Steve Edmonds Band 15th SiRenics 20th Ricky Lynch duo 21st Toxic Dolls 22nd Kuzins duo 27th Boyz in Black 28th Groove Dimension 29th Ricky Lynch & Holly

Milton theatre 28th Dave Graney Milton Ulladulla Bowling Club 14th The Elninos 28th Good Time Boys North Nowra Tavern 14th The Goyles St Georges Basin Country Club 6th The Tom & Dave show 7th D’BanJac 8th Billy Malcolm 14th The Beatels 20th Boyz in Black 22nd SiRenics 27th Hard Rockin’ Amigos 28th Graphiti 29th Garry James Sussex RSL Club 7th Good Time Boys 8th Stella Girlz 14th Absolutely Fab 21st Adam Dwyer 28th D’BanJac The Huskisson on Jervis Bay 6th Retro DJ 7th The Elninos 13th Quini Duo 14th Half Nelson 20th Retro DJ 21st Good Time Boys 27th Mark Dabin duo 28th The Lewis Bros The Links Hotel Shell Cove 7th Quini 14th Dave Price 21st Ricky Lynch 28th Ben McNeil Ulladulla ExServos 27th Beccy Cole Vincentia Golf Club 6th Live Music 7th Stella Girlz 13th Live music 20th Live Music 27th Pitch Perfect Karaoke

Ph 4443 3422 www. All details were correct at time of printing. Please confirm with venue. Information for Members and their invited guests.

Sussex Inlet Family Fishing Carnival 4-9 July

Jervis Bay & Sussex Inlet

St Georges Basin - Sanctuary Point - Huskisson - Vincentia - Hyams Beach - Cudmirrah - Swan Lake - Berrara

Jervis Bay

Sussex Inlet

An impressive series of scalloped coves bracketed by rock formations and backed by blackbutt, tea tree and mahogany forest. The bay’s sparkling waters, the underwater topography of arches, caves and rock stacks, and an impressive marine population make this one of the finest dive sites in the state. Many of its beaches including Hyams Beach offer crystal clear water against pure white sand.

The ultimate destination for avid boaters and surfers with a great network of waterways that lead to the sea. The Inlet itself is the waterway that snakes inland from the ocean to St Georges Basin. The town offers fantastic accommodation, hire boats to explore the canals, extensive cycleways, clubs, shops, cafes and a cinema.

Huskisson The location of many facililties including the Lady Denman Maritime and Heritage Complex, as well as a variety of great cafes and shops to explore. Other towns in this area include St Georges Basin, Sanctuary Point, Callala Bay and Beach, Myola, Vincentia and Hyams Beach.

Cudmirrah (Swan Lake) Swan Lake, a superb, safe, aquatic playground where you can paddle a canoe, go fishing, swim, sail, or enjoy sailboarding and waterskiing. VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Lady Denman Heritage Complex Woollamia Road, Huskisson Ph: 4441 5999

...will take you there!

What to See & Do Feel the world’s whitest sand between your toes at Hyams Beach. ■ See the restored Lady Denman ferry at the world famous Lady Denman Maritime Museum in Huskisson. ■ Visit the unspoilt beaches in Booderee National Park. ■ Explore the bay with Boab Boat Hire. ■

Bring your own or hire a bike and enjoy the great cycleways around Sussex Inlet.

Sussex Inlet is the perfect place for a weekend spent fishing, you can hire a boat or enjoy rock or beach fishing.

Go surfing at one of the many surf beaches.

Sail or water ski on Swan Lake.


Camping to Deluxe waterfront spa cabins, Private boat ramp & jetty, kayak hire, close to attractions, pets welcome on powered & campsites only. 785 Woollamia Rd, Huskisson. Ph: 4441 5046


seechange 2014 Winter Art festival BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER Sanctuary Point


This delightful 3 bedroom cottage sits high and handsome on a 670 m2, centrally located portion of cleared land. The modern kitchen and 3 way bathroom are complimented by generous living area and shady verandah areas are featured front and rear. The single garage completes this attractive property which has good yard access on 2 sides. Great investment and family starter!

Sanctuary Point


Fabulous modern design 2 bedroom home centrally located, close to golf course, waterfront and Country Club. Currently tenanted with solid returns and featuring a freestanding carport, great living space and situated on a good sized (613 m2) portion of cleared land. Rent or reside - the choice is yours.


Reduced to $315,000

This 15 Acre Lifestyle lot, with subdivision rights and located only 10-15 minutes from Huskisson/ Jervis Bay, is a Super goldmine. Featuring power, sealed road and water to the boundary and over 370 metres of frontage, development (subdivision) potential. Magnificent stands of native gums through to sub rainforest beauty!

Sanctuary Point


All boxes are ticked with this well maintained 2-3 bedroom family home. Located in the tree studded north of the area and situated close to the water on a large level site, this property has all the space you’ll need for the family or as a great rental investment. Great living space opening onto a covered verandah and drive access to the big block. Value!

02 4443 0519

Wayne Poole : 0408 424 138


There is still time to enjoy the 2014 seechange Winter Arts Festival. Hosted by Jervis Bay and Basin Arts Inc, the Festival runs until 9 June and features the rich talents of over 100 visual artists, writers, musicians, dancers, as well as circus and street performers. The Festival explores the full breadth of artistic expression, from traditional to contemporary. The theme for this festival is “Connecting and Collaborating” and there will be plenty of opportunities for Festival goers to make and perform art in various ways. With 55 or more events there are more than enough exciting exhibitions, workshops, performances and activities to satisfy the appetite of all art lovers. Local cafes will become galleries, parks will turn into creative art and performance spaces, and community venues will be host to choirs and bands of all sorts. The Lady Denman Museum will be a major venue for several events. Some highlights: there’s ‘Synergy’ a collaborative art competition held at the Lady Denman Heritage Complex. Plus, ‘Coming Home’ which features the best and brightest of the Bay and Basin’s young people, coming

home to present their achievements to the community. And there’s, ‘Art InThe Park’; an all-day event at White Sands Park where local artists will be demonstrating their skills and inviting you to have a go too! On stage in the park will be some of the best local bands and musicians. Book lovers have a whole weekend set aside, ‘WildAboutWords’ … and if this means you, there’ll be well-known authors to meet, plus local writers to share stories with, PLUS a Trivia Night, PLUS a good old game of scrabble. 2014 ‘seechange’ Co-ordinator Jenny Robertson is promising the biggest festival JBBArts has ever hosted and one where the whole community can join in and have fun. “But keep some energy in reserve for the closing ceremony, a spectacle of light, sound, shape and colour… don’t miss it!” she says. Festival Partron, Richard Morecroft says the biennial Festival has become an institution celebrating all things creative. “It’s a wonderful month – and whether you’re a local or a visitor, I urge you to sample as much as you can – and enjoy seechange 2014!” For details of the full program visit

2014 Sussex Inlet Family Fishing Carnival - 4 - 9 July If you or your family enjoy fishing then you won’t want to miss the 59th Annual Family Fishing Carnival running from 5pm on Friday 4 July until Wednesday 9 July, 4pm. This years event is set to be bigger and better than last year with over $25,000 worth of prizes to be won. Fishing carnival President Russell Donnelly says the carnival will beexciting and fun for the entire family. “There will be $20,000 worth of quality fishing gear to be won, as well as $2,000 cash mystery weight fish, five $100 daily cash prizes, $500 for weigh and release champion and $300 for junior weigh and release champion", he said. There will also be 29 championship trophies and 27 daily prizess to be won. The carnival is open to all ages from 2–100 years so the whole family can try their skills in the river, on the beach or rocks or in the open sea outside. There will be great prizes and lots of fun, culminating in the monster presentation night on Thursday 10 July. Every day of the Carnival there will be a Mystery Weight Cash Bonus Prize. To be eligible for this you have to catch an eligible fish, have it weighed in and be present at the Presentation Night.

This event is growing in popularity every year. Come along and help make this year the best carnival yet! Enquiries Ph: 4441 2017 or email: or visit website:

There will be a draw of two envelopes per day containing an eligible species and a mystery weight. If you caught that species of fish and match its weight exactly you will win $100. If not won the money will roll over to subsequent days up to $1,000 in total.

the 59th SuSSex Inlet

BUSINESS FOR SALE Mirage Boutique - est. over 30 yrs Located in picturesque Huskisson Wide range of clothing & accessories Perfect sea change opportunity! $75k negotiable SAV

Contact Lea Kaczorek 0408 972 265

4 - 9 July 2014

Annual Family Fishing Carnival WIN PRIZES TO THE VALUE OF OVER



Presentation night Thursday 10 July Phone 4441 2017 or email or visit

Fish on the river - beach - rocks - outside Proudly sponsored by: Bendigo Community Bank Sussex Inlet, Sussex Inlet RSL Club, Tooheys XXXX Gold, Sussex Tackle Shop & Toy Box, Sussex House Caravan Park and Holiday Cottages, Shoalhaven City Council Tourism Promotions Board plus business houses of Sussex Inlet, Wandandian, Milton, Ulladulla and Nowra.


TIDE TIMES JUNE NOTE - Time & Tide as at Fort Denison E.S.T.

Time Height

Time Height

1 Su

0442 0.48 1043 1.34 1612 0.66 2238 1.72

16 Mo

0445 0.22 1049 1.50 1630 0.46 2256 1.95

2 Mo

0521 0.51 1125 1.32 1654 0.70 2317 1.66

17 Tu

0539 0.26 1145 1.50 1729 0.51 2350 1.85

3 0602 0.55 Tu 1209 1.30 1740 0.74

18 0633 0.31 We 1244 1.50 1830 0.57

4 We

0000 1.58 0646 0.57 1259 1.31 1832 0.78

19 Th

0047 1.72 0728 0.37 1343 1.51 1937 0.61

5 Th

0047 1.51 0734 0.59 1353 1.32 1933 0.81

20 Fr G

0149 1.59 0822 0.42 1445 1.54 2050 0.64

6 Fr T

0143 1.45 0824 0.59 1449 1.37 2042 0.80

21 Sa

0255 1.48 0916 0.47 1545 1.59 2203 0.63

7 Sa

0243 1.41 0913 0.59 1544 1.43 2149 0.76

22 Su

0400 1.41 1008 0.50 1642 1.65 2312 0.59

8 Su

0344 1.39 1000 0.56 1634 1.52 2251 0.69

23 0503 1.37 Mo 1059 0.52 1734 1.70

9 Mo

0441 1.39 1046 0.53 1720 1.63 2346 0.59

24 Tu

0012 0.54 0600 1.35 1145 0.53 1822 1.75

10 0534 1.41 Tu 1131 0.50 1805 1.74

25 We

0101 0.49 0650 1.35 1230 0.53 1906 1.78

11 We

0036 0.49 0626 1.44 1215 0.46 1850 1.85

26 Th

0145 0.45 0735 1.35 1312 0.54 1945 1.80

12 Th

0125 0.38 0716 1.47 1302 0.43 1936 1.94

27 Fr *

0224 0.43 0817 1.35 1351 0.55 2023 1.81

13 Fr @

0213 0.30 0808 1.49 1351 0.41 2024 2.01

28 Sa

0300 0.42 0857 1.36 1430 0.56 2100 1.79

14 Sa

0302 0.24 0900 1.50 1442 0.41 2114 2.04

29 Su

0336 0.42 0935 1.35 1507 0.57 2135 1.77

15 Su

0353 0.21 0955 1.51 1535 0.42 2204 2.02

30 Mo

0412 0.43 1013 1.35 1545 0.60 2211 1.72

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Sussex Tackle Shop & Toy Box

168 Jacobs Drive Sussex Inlet 4441 1660 Full range of fishing gear, rod & reel repairs & toys. See Col & Jenelle Cropper • Open 7 days


Movie reviews at Huskisson Pictures and Inlet Cinemas Gardening with Soul Gardening with Soul is a feature length documentary following a year in the garden with 90-year-old Sister Loyola Galvin. Sister Loyola’s optimism is infectious and it’s fed every day by her love of gardening. X-Men The X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants. How to Train Your Dragon 2 It’s been five years since Hiccup and Toothless successfully united dragons

and vikings on the island of Berk. While Astrid, Snotlout and the rest of the gang are challenging each other to dragon races, the now inseparable pair journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. For cinema contact details phone 4441 5076 or visit or

iMag - your online travelling companion When heading out to enjoy the South Coast, you needn’t wait until you arrive and pick up your South Coast iMag to find out what’s on, the best places to eat or stay, where to go to find the best shopping, things to do or to get good local knowledge. You can get all the low down on the South Coast online before you leave home at You’ll find the latest news and information to help you enjoy the region’s many attractions between Shellharbour and Batemans Bay

including events, markets, swimming and fishing spots and local attractions. also gives you free access to the full digital version of our print edition on your browser – appearing exactly as you see it on paper. To stay up to date with the latest information, images, videos, special offers and insights, follow us on Twitter at or like us on Facebook at www.facebook. com/southcoastmonthlyimag and let the South Coast iMag team help you enjoy this spectacular region.

Sussex Inlet Bowling Club

The Host of the Coast

2 Outdoor Terraces • Courtesy Bus• Regular Entertainment Come and visit our friendly air conditioned club and enjoy the view. The Sussex Sandbar Restaurant – Chinese and Western Cuisine. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. Dine in or takeaway. The Club can cater for any type of function – weddings, birthdays, christenings, etc. We serve your needs in a professional manner.

St Georges Avenue, Sussex Inlet NSW 2540 (02) 4441 2087 Is Gambling a problem for you? Call G-Line freecall 1800 633 635. Information for Members and their invited Guests.

Mollymook Beach © Howard Mitchell

Ulladulla, Coastal Villages & Beyond Lake Conjola - Milton - Mollymook - Burrill Lake - Bendalong - Bawley Point - Lake Tabourie - Durras - Kioloa

Ulladulla, Milton, Mollymook and Coastal Villages Ulladulla Harbour is the home port of the largest commercial fishing fleet on the NSW South Coast. The town has modern shopping and several fine clubs as well as a leisure centre, cinema complex and the famous Funland. There are some great places to surf, snorkel and dive in nearby Mollymook. Milton is classified by the ‘National Trust’ and has a myriad of wonderful B&Bs, as well as boutiques and shops to browse. The coastal villages of Bendalong and Manyana, are set amongst a beautiful backdrop of bush and beach. Lake Conjola is a deep coastal lake which provides a wonderful playground for fishers and boaters. Just south of Ulladulla is Burrill Lake, where you will find a perfect setting for boating, sailing, windsurfing, prawning (in season), snorkelling or surfing.



Lake Tabourie Located about 10 km south of Ulladulla this lake is fairly shallow and suitable for low-draft vessels, kayaks and canoes. It is also a haven for birdlife and there are a number of excellent beaches on the adjoining coastline.

Bawley Point Visitors to Bawley Point can expect to find tranquil lagoons, beaches and headlands where the local delicacy is prawns. A large amount of the surrounding area has been reserved as a wildlife sanctuary.

Durras A beautiful spot to stop and kayak or spend a few nights. Boasting several stunning beaches. Stay in a tent, caravan or cabin and enjoy everything Murramarang National Park has to offer: walking, swimming and fishing.

$30 Members; $35 non members

What to See & Do ■ Take a trip to Bendalong - not too far north from Ulladulla. ■ Explore the Coomee Nulunga Cultural Trail, created by the local Aboriginal Land Council. ■ Walk across from Lake Tabourie to tranquil Crampton Island at low tide. ■ Enjoy swimming, surfing or fishing at one of the many beaches. ■ Go boating, kayaking, canoeing or fishing on one of the many lakes. ■ Climb to the top of nearby Pigeon House Mountain. ■ Visit Funland Ulladulla to enjoy three floors of games and rides.

VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE 86 Princes Highway Ulladulla. Phone 4455 1269

...will take you there!


JUNE Fri 6th

Brock Lette

Sat 7th


Fri 13th

Terry Batu

Sat 14th

The Good Time Boys

Fri 20th

Bronko Kozel

Sat 21st

The Jolly Rogers

Also appearing: Libby O’Donovan

Sun 22nd

Frankie’s Dance Night

Fri 27th

The Madd Hatters

Doors open 7pm for 8pm start

Sat 28th

Gareth Hudson Duo

Friday 27th June 2014

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Coming to the Milton Theatre... Dave Graney Sat 28 June 8pm 69 Princes Hwy, Milton

Diverse performances from Rock to Blues & live plays

Check out our gig guide at: TickeT enquiries Country Leather, Milton 4455 3056

Country Leather

Open 10am Everyday

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The enigmatic rock showman, storyteller, songwriter and singer brings his new album (and more) to Milton. Dave Graney is setting out on a tour which is called IN CONCERT. No matter if it’s a concert hall, a café

1st Floor Rowen’s Arcade Princes Highway Ulladulla 02 4454 3220

Leather Goods Jewellery Asian Crafts Candles Crystals Incense Mosaics Settlement Courtyard Milton Phone: 4455 3056 Open 7 Days Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm Sat - Sun 10am - 4pm

or a bookshop, it’ll be a concert performance. ‘Fearful Wiggings’ is the 2014 album billed as a Dave Graney solo set. Clare Moore will be playing keys, percussion and singing. Stu Thomas will also be playing on baritone guitar, vocals and bass. Dave Graney will be playing guitar and singing. Long time guitarist Stuart Perera will join the band on selected dates. Dave Graney will be performing songs from ‘Fearful Wiggings’ as well as songs stretching back to his and Clare Moore’s first band, the Moodists and also weird scenes cooked up with the Coral Snakes and the mistly. Josh Pyke Sat 5 July 8pm

Lone Wolf Tour – Josh Pyke will be escorting his acoustic guitar to Milton for his stripped back solo set, with a selection of new and old. Tickets are available from Country Leather, Milton, online at www. or phone 44553056.

68 St Vincent Street, Ulladulla Ph : 4455 1555

Swordfish Restaurant Great dining 7 days a week!

BINGO - RAFFLES - ENTERTAINMENT RESTAURANT - OPEN 7 DAYS - LUNCH & DINNER Is gambling a problem for you? Call G-Line (NSW) FREECALL 1800 633 635 - A confidential anonymous free counselling service. Information for Members and their guests. 26

Stay warm and toasty at Bannisters Bannisters is the place to be this winter with great value packages to kindle winter romance. One of their winter packages is sure to keep you 'warm and toasty' with a glass of warm mulled wine each on arrival, and a $50 voucher to spend in Bannisters Poolside Bar during your stay. The 'Warm and Toasty' package also includes two nights accommodation and a hearty cooked breakfast for two each morning. This will prepare you for a beach walk, bike ride (complimentary) or a day of boutique shopping in nearby Milton or Ulladulla. This package also comes with a $100 voucher to spend in Rick Stein at Bannisters Restaurant and two 50 minute relaxation massages in Bannisters Day Spa. What a great way to chase away the winter chill! The 'Warm and Toasty' package starts from $710 and is available Sunday to Thursday from 5 May to 26 August. For a little winter romance, you can't go past Bannisters 'A Little Schmooze' package. This great little package has everything you need to reconnect. Think of beach, ocean, great food, deluxe accommodation… and togetherness. 'A Little Schmooze' package includes 2 nights discounted luxury accommodation overlooking the Pacific Ocean, $120 towards dinner at renowned Rick Stein at Bannisters Restaurant, a cooked breakfast daily at Rick Stein at Bannisters and free bike hire to cruise around the local beaches. The package starts from $590 and is available Sunday to Thursday until the 28 August. For more information or to make a booking visit

Enjoy fresh south coast seafood, fastidiously prepared the Rick Stein way. Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner during the school holidays. Thereafter open Wed - Sun for dinner and Wed, Sat & Sun for lunch. Breakfast 7 days. Bookings essential.

cliff top location • close to beach • ocean view accommodation pool side bar • award winning restaurant • day spa 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook • Tel 02 4455 3044 • Absolute Beachfront Location, Adjacent to the National Park for Bushwalking, Wildlife & Beautiful Views




• Chalet style accommodation • Absolute beachfront powered sites • Resort style swimming pool & wading pool • Beach, rock and blue water fishing • Great surf and swimming beach • See the wildlife - kangaroos, possums, birds • Well tended bush walking trails • Camp sites catering for open fires

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Lake Tabourie Tourist Park Choose Lake Tabourie Tourist Park for your next family holiday. Located between the lake and the beach, the park is ideal for those who enjoy all manner of outdoor water activities. Within the park guests will enjoy: • Self-contained holiday cabins with water views across to Crampton Island • Beachfront powered and camping sites • New aquatic playground • 2 playgrounds

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Crooked River Winery 11 Willow Vale Road, Gerringong Free wine tasting. Enjoy the views of the vineyard, mountains and ocean. Choose from 40 different wines and four ports. Cellar Door open 7 days 10.30am - 4.30pm. Ph 4234 0975.

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Mountain Ridge Wines 11 Coolangatta Rd, Shoalhaven Heads Delicious wines and liqueurs. Amazing views. Family-friendly. Open 7 days, 11am to 5pm. Broughton on the Ridge Restaurant, Function & Reception Centre Lunch: Fri-Sun, Dinner: Sat & Sun Bookings ph: 4448 5825


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The Shoalhaven Coast wine growing region, has flourished over the past 20 years. The trail meanders through luscious green valleys and overlooks some of the country’s most pristine beaches. It is one of the few regions in Australia where visitors have the unique experience of meeting vignerons and wine makers at cellar doors. The region’s commitment to quality and producing premium wines has been recognised with over 1,000 Australian and International Wine Awards.

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Yarrawa Estate Kangaroo Valley Estate Roselea Vineyard Crooked River Wines Silos Estate & Wileys Creek Mountain Ridge Wines Coolangatta Estate Two Figs Winery Cambewarra Estate Lyrebird Ridge Organic Winery Cupitt’s Winery Fern Gully Winery Bawley Vale Estate

14. Jasper Valley Wines

Coolangatta Estate is the site of the first European settlement of the South Coast. It is the Region’s Most Awarded Winery with 140 Trophies and over 1500 medals at International, National and Regional wine shows, priding itself on having entirely estate grown wines. Their restaurant specialises in showcasing some of the regions finest produce with stunning views over the Shoalhaven River and ocean. You can enjoy a round on the 9 hole golf course or take a self guided tour of the historic convict built village. 2009 NSW Tourism Awards Gold Medal Winner (Tourism Wineries) James Halliday Wine Companion 5 Star Winery (2011, 2012, 2013 editions)

Situated in the rolling foothills under the Berry Mountain Range is Jasper Valley Wines. Commenced in 1976, the winery has established a strong following for its wines made from fruit sourced locally and also from surrounding regions. After browsing in the gift shop you can soak up the magnificent views from their large vine-covered deck whilst tasting some of the many varieties on offer. Bus groups and small functions can be catered for on request but bookings are essential. Guest accommodation, with a hearty breakfast included, is also available so that you can relax in comfort after an enjoyable day.

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Cupitt’s Winery 58 Washburton Road, Ulladulla Phone: 4455 7888

The Vineyard 226 Bawley Point Rd, Bawley Pt Phone: 0404 221 111

Open Wed-Sun 10am-4pm, or by appointment outside of these hours. Lunch Wed-Sun & Dinner Fri-Sat (extended hours during Summer).

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Heart&Sol Open Mon-Fri 9am-6pm Sat 9:30am-3pm Ph: 4232 2348

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Fabulous take home meals/French tarts/pasta all made in our Berry kitchen Menu changing daily 89 Queen Street, Berry Phone: 0418 22 3464 Open Thurs to Mon 10am-5pm

Berry Tea Shop

e Purveyors of some of the finest loose-leaf teas from around the world and a beautiful collection of tea wares. Take time out to enjoy one of our exquisite teas with a slice of cake or a freshly baked scone with local raspberry jam and double cream!

Shop 1, 66 Albert St, Berry. Ph: 4464 1218

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The largest and most diverse gourmet food experience on the South Coast. The Factory Retail Store • Hundreds of jams & sauces made on site • Handcrafted Belgian chocolates • Handcrafted gourmet confectionaries & sweets The Warehouse store Mon-Fri 9.30 - 4.30 Sat - Sun 10 - 4 • Ingredients & treats for the professional chef, home cook, food lover &. cake decorator

A unique Coffee/ Tea provedore. Multi award winning coffee beans coffee syrups over 60 fine loose leaf teas organic hot chocolate gourmet biscuits, local jams and honey gourmet fudge natural soy candles and handmade soaps Polish pottery tea and coffee accessories.

5 & 6 Old Creamery Lane, Berry

Ulladulla’s Oldest House, 275 Green St, Ulladulla. Ph: 4455 6996

Jim Wild’s Oysters Visit Australia’s champion oyster opener right on the river!

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Fresh oysters opened while you wait. Remember if Jim Wild’s name is not on the label you are not buying Jim's oysters. Prawns available.



The Treat Factory, Berry

Open Mon to Fri 9am - 4pm, Sat 9am - 3pm. Ph: 4447 1498.

Oyster Depot Site, 170 Greens Rd, Greenwell Point

Nowra Fresh Fish and Meat Market


The South Coast’s freshest meat and seafood. Local beef, lamb and seafood along with speciality foods from across Australia. Supplying 60 local restaurants. Open 7 days: Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm, Sat 9am - 5pm, Sun & PH 9am - 4pm Cnr Princes Hwy and Moss St (just past the helicopter), Nowra. Ph 4429 1900

HopDog BeerWorks

There is something for everyone at the Treat Factory, Berry. The retail store has a vast array of tempting treats, many made on site. During the week you can even watch chocolates and confectionery being hand crafted. While browsing you can smell the aroma of preserves cooking and bubbling away For the cooks, the Warehouse is an ingredient store for the home cook, food lover and professional chef. It stocks a large range of nuts, spices, dried fruit, legumes, rice, flour, sugar, chocolate, syrups, essences, vinegars, oils, specialized cooking ingredients, cake decorating ingredients, glassware, bakeware and more. The Treat Factory operates from the historic Old Berry Central Creamery, 6 Old Creamery Lane, Berry.

Take the South Coast Harvest Experience


The South Coast’s newest independent microbrewery Hop-centric beers and artisanal ales, brewed with top quality ingredients and attention to detail. HopDog beers can be purchased in bottles and growlers (2L refillable bottles). Brewery door is open for tasting, tours and sales: Wed-Thu 10am-4pm, Fri 10am - 5pm; Sat 10am - 3pm, Sunday by appointment .2/175 Princes Hwy, South Nowra (just down the service road from Bunnings) Phone: 0428 293 132

Tues-Fri 10am-5pm Sat, Sun & PubHols 9am-3pm

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Huskisson Pictures

Inlet Cinemas

Showing classic, arthouse and new release movies.

Showing classic, arthouse and new release movies.

Open Tues-Wed, Thur & Fri night only, Sat-Sun. Open 7 days in school holidays.

Open Tues-Wed, Fri night only, Sat-Sun. Open 7 days in school holidays.

Ph: 4441 5076 Cnr Sydney & Owen St, Huskisson.

Ph: 4441 2884 173 Jacobs Dr, Sussex Inlet.

The Nowra Players

Bringing live theatre to the Shoalhaven since 1951.

Moon Over Buffalo - 13 - 28 June

Meroo Street, Bomaderry Tickets 1300 662 808

Places to Stay on the SOuth Coast MILTON

CULBURRA BEACH GLORY HOUSE HOLIDAY RENTAL Relax in the best position in town overlooking Warrain Beach. Glorious views, surf beach 30 metres, kids park, a perfect spot for a holiday. Mob: O422 811 209


MILTON COUNTRY COTTAGES Award winning artistic rural retreat. Private, self/c cottages with spa baths, wood fires, garden and bush views. Generous breakfast hamper. Pottery workshop and gallery. Lessons available. Ph 4456 5299 or 0417467880. E:

Glory House


MILTON BED & BREAKFAST Visit the ‘whitest sand in the world’, on the doorstep of Booderee NP. We manage 80 holiday houses in the village. Min 2 night stay. Phone Sue, Ashleigh or Craig on 02 4443 0242 1 Depot Beach Rd, Depot Beach. Ph: 4478 6582. Nature's Hideaway nestled in Murramarang National Park. Self contained cabins with bush surrounds and ocean views. Observe the local wildlife, walk, relax, enjoy!

Depot Beach Cabins and Camping

Milton Country Cottages



Historic house in the heart of Milton.Three private guest rooms each with ensuite. Daily breakfast. Swimming pool. Ideal short break for couples or groups. Ph 4455 4449 or 0418 453 394. 124 Princes Highway Milton

PYREE JINDYANDY COTTAGES Romantic weekends or weekly stays. Beautiful Rural Views. Fully self-contained luxury. 2 bedroom with spa. 719 Greenwell Point Rd, Pyree Ph: 4447 0258 or M: 0434 991 565 or E:

Jindyandy Cottages

Lilly Pilly (Batemans BAY) ALLAWAH Brand new luxury house, coffee machine, media room, two suites + two bedrooms, four Queen sized beds. Outdoor BBQ kitchen, Cabana, solar heated pool. Views of the bush and ocean. Adult couples preferred but suitable for children 12 yo and over. Bookings:


Milton Bed & Breakfast

MOLLYMOOK BREAKERS APARTMENTS 62 Ocean St, Mollymook. 4454 2154 Award winning apartments, views, townhouse style. Close to everything, great for couples.

Breakers Apartments

SUSSEX INLET ALONGA WATERFRONT COTTAGES Can cater for Weddings and all special occasions while guests stay in our 14 fully self contained cottages. Disable cottage available with ramp access. BOAT ,BIKE AND CANOE HIRE. Phone Bec on 02 4441 2046.

Alonga Cottages

South Coast iMag June 2014  

South Coast NSW visitor information, events, attractions, accommodation, retail shopping, wineries, foodie trail, markets

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