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Shoalhaven Holidays website – Huskisson

Huskisson is a great location to base yourself for exploring Jervis Bay and other great areas of the beautiful Shoalhaven, and it takes advantage of the fantastic coastal and basin views and sun, surf and sea atmosphere.

Huskisson had a major boat building industry at the turn of the century and you can gain an insight into this pioneering industry by visiting the Lady Denman Heritage Complex. This popular attraction houses a maritime museum and is also the site of the Lady Denman Ferry.

Hyams Beach

Shoalhaven Holidays website – Hyams Beach

Hyams Beach is a secluded settlement on the southern shores of Jervis Bay, about 2.5 hours drive from Sydney. The village is surrounded by National and Marine Parks and the beach is said to have “the whitest sand in the world”. Aside from this, there are lots of good bushwalks, coastal walks and cycleways providing ample opportunities to get out and about.


With Berry’s love and appreciation of its history, its ability to blend this with a modern sense of style, a charm and character all of its own and its striking landscape, you will be entranced.


Gerringong is only 40 minutes from cosmopolitan Wollongong, yet you sleep in a quiet, cosy, seaside village atmosphere and awaken to sounds of the surf and/or birdsong.


The Kiama experience starts with pristine uncrowded beaches, rolling green pastures, handmade dry stone walls, heritage architecture and spectacular natural scenery. Relax, alfresco style at our cafes, restaurants or wineries.

Kangaroo Valley

Shoalhaven Holidays website – Kangaroo Valley

Historic Kangaroo Valley village is charming and well geared for visitors, with art and souvenir galleries, several cafes, a delightful stone pub, some unique handicraft stores and shops. A swimming pool (open October to Easter) is located in the showground. And each February a two-day Agricultural and Horticultural Show is held at the showground.


Shoalhaven Holidays website – 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.

Dolphin and Whale Cruises

The Jervis Bay Marine Park is home to a vast array of dolphins, fur seals, fairy penguins, sea eagles, gannets and whales (May to November).

Dolphin Wild Cruises
(02) 4441 6311

Dolphin Wild Cruises
(02) 4441 7002

Booderee National Park

Visit NSW website – Booderee National Park

Parks Australia website – Booderee National Park

Booderee National Park is a place of outstanding natural beauty located at Jervis Bay.’Booderee’ is an Aboriginal word from the Dhurga language meaning ‘bay of plenty’ or ‘plenty of fish’. Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and has always been a significant place for Koori people. Please care for the land and waters as this is a very special place.

Booderee offers a wide range of activities. Learn about Koori culture and traditional foods through Booderee’s Aboriginal interpretive program. Enjoy a wide range of walks, surf at Cave beach or swim amongst the fish in the tranquil waters of Green Patch beach. The historic Cape St George Lighthouse is the perfect location for whale and bird watching.

Cambewarra Lookout

Visit NSW website – Cambewarra Lookout

Perched high on the summit of the Cambewarra Range, ‘The Lookout’ commands a magnificent panorama of Shoalhaven City, stretching from Coolangatta Mountain in the north, way down to Pigeon House Mountain just inland from Ulladulla, in the south. The view also includes Point Perpendicular and the beautiful Jervis Bay National Park.

Seven Mile Beach

NSW National Parks website – Seven Mile Beach

Extending from Shoalhaven Heads east of Nowra to Gerroa, Seven Mile Beach National Park is a small coastal park packed with options for everyone. Head to Beach Road picnic area with the family for a barbecue by the beach and a game of beach cricket. Wander up to the lookout and take in the stunning ocean views and golden sandy beach stretching into the distance.

Experience the unique coastal environment on the Sand track. Walk through the forest, admiring the local wildlife, then kick off your shoes and feel the sand between your toes as you stroll back along the beach.

Illawarra Fly
The award winning Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk is one of Australia’s premier treetop walk experiences. Located in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, less than two hours from Sydney or Canberra. For further information please call 1300 362 881.

Minnamurra Rainforest

(02) 4236 0469
National Parks website – Minnamurra Rainforest

Minnamurra Rainforest Centre is located in the foothills of Jamberoo Valley, west of Kiama on the NSW South Coast. To get there from Jamberoo, drive west on Jamberoo Road and turn left onto Jamberoo Mountain Road. Take the first right onto Minnamurra Falls Road, and you’ll find Minnamurra Rainforest Centre about 3km along to the end of the road.