Food and Wine

From sustainable seafood and fresh produce to elegant wineries and acclaimed restaurants, the beautiful Shoalhaven region on the NSW South Coast is a feast for your senses. Savour delicious local oysters and for gourmet treats browse South Coast Providores and visit The Treat Factory.

There are many delectable things to do, such as wine tasting in the Shoalhaven Coast wine region. Silos Estate near Berry, Cambewarra Estate near Nowra, Coolangatta Estate near Shoalhaven Heads, Cupitt’s near Milton and Bawley Vale near Bawley Point are just a few of the wonderful cellar doors.

Chef preparing a dish at The Hungry Duck restaurant in Berry, South Coast

Restaurants featured in The Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Guide in recent years are South of Albany and Hungry Duck in Berry, Wharf Rd in Nowra, The Gunyah near Huskisson, St Isidore in Milton, Rick Stein at Bannisters and Tallwood in Mollymook, and Cupitt’s Kitchen in Ulladulla.

You’ll find many more delicious restaurants and cafes. Check out the events calendar for fairs and markets, such as the Berry Produce Market. Shoalhaven Heads’ produce market on Saturdays sells locally caught seafood and Nowra Fresh is the region’s biggest retailer of fresh local seafood.

People enjoying the Coolangatta Wine Festival at Coolangatta Winery, in Shoalhaven

The Shoalhaven is the gateway to Australia’s Oyster Coast. You can taste freshly shucked local oysters at Jim Wild’s Oyster Service at Greenwell Point, a charming village on the Crookhaven estuary and a short drive from Culburra Beach

Tours are a great way to experience the food and beverage delights. You can even take a winery tour in a 1959 Pontiac Laurentian with South Coast Cruisin’. Or relax on a powdery white beach next to the crystal-clear waters of Jervis Bay and enjoy a hamper hand-delivered by Hyams Beach Hampers.

Great Food and wine experiences in Jervis Bay

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