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  1. Kiama Coast Walk

    There is nothing like walking to get the feel of a place!The spectacular 22 kilometre Kiama Coast Walk begins at Minnamurra and wanders past headlands, rivers, beaches, Kiama town centre (stop for...

  2. Cullendulla Beach Track

    Just an easy walk along a beautiful boardwalk, Cullendulla Beach has pride of place in the nature reserve, right at the mouth of the creek where it enters the bay. Superb views to Snapper Island and the Tollgate...

  3. Wollongong Comedy

    Wollongong Comedy is the longest running comedy room in the Illawarra providing you with the best of local, national and international acts.Wollongong Comedy runs a professional stand up comedy...

  4. Killalea Beach

    The state park features 250 hectares of pristine coastal reserve with excellent surfing beaches. It features stunning views in all directions, and a range of public recreation facilities consistent with environmental...

  5. Hangdog Climbing Gym

    Hangdog has over a 140 different climbs on 40 ropes, offering a great range of climbs from easy to extremely challenging. Hangdog teaches you how to belay (hold and control the rope) your partner...

  6. Tathra Wharf

    Tathra is a coastal town rich in history and traditions of the sea. Tathra Wharf is still a centre of activity today, its historic timbers standing proud and creating a focus for visitors and those wanting to cast a...

  7. Seven Mile Beach

    Seven Mile Beach stretches from Shoalhaven Heads and Comerong Island in the South, to Gerroa in the North. This stunning beach is known for having magnificent sunrises, dolphin sightings and good surf. On any given...

  8. Port Kembla Golf Club

    Rated as one of the best layouts on the South Coast, Port Kembla Golf Course is an 18-hole championship par 72 course which has hosted many professional tournaments as well as the NSW Champion of Champions....

  9. Berry Historic Museum

    The Berry Historic Museum is a great place for those interested in local history, with a visit to the museum proving very rewarding. Housed in the old ES and A Bank, there are records of early settlement in the Berry...

  10. Turingal Head Picnic Area

    Make your way to Turingal Head picnic area for a fun-filled day full of swimming, fishing, stunning scenery and amazing birdlife.Nestled among the red gums and giant honey myrtle, Turingal Head picnic area...

  11. Green Cape Lookout

    For one of the best whale watching spots along the NSW coast, you can’t go past Green Cape lookout. With vast ocean views from this rocky peninsula, it’s also a popular spot for birdwatching and wildlife-spotting - a...

  12. Depot Beach Picnic Area

    It doesn’t get much more beautiful than the view from Depot Beach. Set on the pristine south coast of NSW, the white - sand beach is enclosed by a majestic spotted gum forest. It’s a small piece of paradise and the...

  13. Sudden Echo Day Spa

    Looking for a day out with a difference? Visit coastal town Nelligen and spend the day being pampered. Enjoy a spa, sauna, massage, clay body wrap, mineral salt scrub, facials, hand and feet revivals! And for the...

  14. Merimbula Aquarium

    From sharks to shrimps, the octopus to the tropical fish. It's all on display in our living theatre of the deep. Fabulous 27 fish tank aquarium and a fantastic ocean tank.Feeding time always...

  15. Comans Mine

    Located just outside the small town of Nerrigundah, Coman's Mine is an interesting part of the region's goldmining history. In the 1880s, E J (Ned) Coman mortgaged his property to finance a gold...

  16. Pebbles and Pods

    Pebbles and Pods - art and craft items celebrating the natural environment of Jervis Bay in all its little details. Delicate, petite watercolour paintings of local bird species, native plant...

  17. Oaklands Barn

    Oaklands Barn is a unique destination for all ages and tastes, at Pambula on the beautiful NSW Far South Coast.The Oaklands Barn site is home to a number of different businesses.The design of...

  18. Culburra Surf Beach

    Warrain Beach is the surfing beach for the settlement of Culburra. It begins on the south side of Penguin Head and runs to the south for 3.7 kilometres past the usually blocked mouth of Wollumboola Lake to the low...

  19. Sandon Point Beach

    Sandon Point Beach is extremely popular for surfing and many surfing tournaments have been held at this beach.There is plenty of parking and open reserve for picnics and gatherings. Sandon Point...

  20. Killalea State Recreation Area

    Killalea State Recreation Park is a spectacular tract of coastal land that has been dedicated as a public recreation reserve available for surfing, fishing, picnics, bushwalking and camping. The park also has bunk...

  21. Bittangabee Bay Ruins

    Bittangabee Bay ruins, in Ben Boyd National Park, is an unfinished stone building dating from the 1840s, giving visitors a glimpse of early European history in the national park. After just a short stroll...

  22. Bomaderry Creek Picnic Area

    For a lovely spot to have lunch or laze about under the trees, Bomaderry Creek picnic area is perfect. Surrounded by bushland and yet well-equipped and very easy to get to from the Princes Highway, this former quarry...

  23. Snapper Point Lookout

    Snapper Point lookout shines in winter, when whales migrate past the Murramarang coastline and the crisp clear air offers unrivalled photography opportunities. But whales are only the first of several drawcards here:...

  24. Sand track walk (south)

    The Sand track walk (south) starts from the southern end of the Beach Road picnic area, and takes you through forested hind dunes running parallel to the beach.Easy enough for the whole family, this level walk...

  25. GTS Dirt Karts

    Enjoy some fast paced action on your holiday with a race around the GTS Dirt Kart track. Purpose built for the Moruya track, these off road dirt karts are fully maintained by the in house mechanic...

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