Jervis Bay and Shoalhaven region
The South Coast of NSW is known for having over 30 national parks, nature reserves and marine parks. The Shoalhaven region is spectacular stretch of coast with beaches, bays and country towns. The beaches are famous for their white sands and wildlife, the towns for their old pubs and cafés and the crystal clear waters for their dolphins, migrating whales and fish. Take a bushwalk in one of the hinterland’s national parks or drive through one of the Shoalhaven’s charming villages. Jervis Bay and its sheltered beaches with crystal clear blue water make for a relaxing break.
Batemans Bay is known for its golden beaches, sheltered coves, mangroves and oyster flats. There is something here for everyone from fishing to surfing or building sandcastles. Don’t miss Murramarang National Park where you can meet friendly eastern grey kangaroos. Other activities include golf, diving, snorkelling and boating or take a drive south along Beach Road, stopping at a picturesque coves and beaches.
Berry is best known for being a stylish village surrounded by rich dairy country below the coastal escarpment. Visit historic buildings and leafy surrounds or enjoy gourmet outlets and cafés. If a spot of shopping for something unique then the arts, crafts and design outlets will please you. The rustic and sophisticated charm of Berry has become popular with Sydneysiders as it is only just over a 2-hour drive away.