Fishing at Lake Illawarra
Lake Illawarra is located between the Illawarra escarpment and the Pacific Ocean on the NSW South Coast. Enjoy fishing and a great range of other water activities here including prawning, crabbing, swimming, snorkeling, sailing, rowing, canoeing, water skiing and windsurfing.
Live like a local and enjoy life at a more relaxed pace in Shellharbour . This unspoilt natural setting provides plenty of ways to relax and explore the beaches, towns and villages.
Head to Lake Illawarra, a vast playground perfect for a family picnic, walks and cycling, as well as great fishing opportunities.
Discover adventure and sport on the South Coast. 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 diving and snorkelling hot spots. You can ask a local where they’re biting and cast your line here too.
Saturday 28 March to Saturday 23 January 2016
Shellharbour Village Harbourside Markets Spend the day in the picturesque Li
Boats on the harbour, Shellharbour. Image Tourism Shellharbour
Scuba diving at Bushrangers Bay Aquatic Reserve, Bass Point. Image Tourism Shellharbour
Couple walking down to Farm Beach, Shellharbour. Image Paul Blackmore