Coastal camping in the Shoalhaven
Pack up the car or caravan and head to Shoalhaven for a unique camping experience near the beach. Fall asleep under the stars and wake up in the morning to unrivalled views of the South Coast seashore.
Coastal camping and beachfront stays
Enjoy a camping experience unlike any other by setting up a tent with your family and friends on the beaches of the Shoalhaven.
Relax in an abundance of wildlife and enjoy a wide range of pristine beaches in Murramarang National Park. Choose from the park's wide range of beachfront caravan and camping locations such as Pretty Beach Caravan Park, Depot Beach Cabins and Camping, Durras Lake North Holiday Park and BIG4 South Durras Holiday Park. Camp at Pebbly Beach and feed the area's resident kangaroos.
Camp moments away from the beach at the Bristol Point, Cave Beach, and Green Patch camping ares located within the beautiful Booderee National Park in Jervis Bay. Booderee offers a wide range of activities including bushwalking, cycling, boating, swimming, fishing and snorkelling. The park also features an active Aboriginal cultural program with activities such as bush tucker walks, campfire yarns, and Koori games for kids.
A wide range of beachfront properties offer an excellent alternative to camping while still taking in the stunning seaside views of the area.
Enjoy fine dining experiences focused on using the freshest local produce and showcasing the region's growing wine industry. At the start of Australia's Oyster Coast, Shoalhaven is a mecca for fresh oysters and fresh fish straight from the fishing fleet in Ulladulla.
Shoalhaven beaches are simply spectacular. Go surfing, swimming or fishing at ocean beaches such as Bawley Point, Culburra, Currarong, Hyams Beach and Mollymook. Jervis Bay is a marine park and a national park: explore on foot or in the crystal clear waters.
The Shoalhaven offers fantastic vantage points for whale watching during the annual migration along the NSW coast between May and November. Enjoy great views from the Cape St George Lighthouse or look on from the cliffs at Point Perpendicular Lighthouse.