Beaches in Shellharbour
Shellharbour is a historic township with a broad choice of watersports. As a coastal town it’s famous for its beaches.
- Friday 13 December Carols by Candlelight Shellharbour
The Shellharbour City Carols byggg
- Sunday 22 December Shellharbour Village Harbourside Markets
Shellharbour lies at the heart of the Illawarrra’s holiday playground. Totally devoted to the sea, Shellharbour makes the most of its stunning location with a number of dazzling beaches, most of which have convenient parking facilities as well as proximity to shops.
Bass Point, the long peninsula that curls to embrace the town to the south, is the region’s only marine aquatic reserve and one of the South Coast’s scuba dive and snorkel hot spots. Nearby, Gerringong and Kiama are worth a visit.
Harbour at Shellharbour
Boats on the harbour, Shellharbour. Image Tourism Shellharbour
Shellharbour Beachside Tourist ParkShellharbour Beachside Tourist Park. Footage courtesy of Sydney Weekender
Bushrangers Bay Aquatic Reserve
Scuba diving at Bushrangers Bay Aquatic Reserve, Bass Point. Image Tourism Shellharbour
Couple walking down to Farm Beach, Shellharbour. Image Paul Blackmore