Kiama is a must visit for travellers to the South Coast. The Blow Hole, a natural rock formation which spurts water up high into the air in the right conditions draws people from near and far to enjoy the fascinating display.
markets and stores showcasing their creative talents. You must stop in for a meal at Pilgrims Café – renowned far and wide for their amazing, mouth-watering vegetarian meals.
Jamberoo is a gorgeous original dairy farming community and is set in the hinterland off Kiama. There is a real country community vibe here and many of the historic buildings remain, including the schoolhouse, church and the pub.
‘The Valley’ as it’s referred to by locals, is synonymous with arty and passionate people. The town attracts many talented and creative residents and a walk along the main street will uncover amazing local creations by some of the areas talented makers.
A day of shopping in Berry is a day well spent, with many hidden gems to uncover if you explore the side streets and alleyways. You can take your pick from a series of quality cafes, all serving tasty meals and great coffee.
Set amongst the lush farmlands of Pyree, the Jindy Andy Shops comprises of a series of boutique shops and sheds with various wares for sale. It is a real treat exploring these stores and you must finish your shopping expedition with lunch at either Greendales or The Butter factory – both offering delicious meals and great service.
With a river, beach and national park bordering the town, Shoalhaven Heads is a great place for nature-based adventure. Surfing, horse riding and fishing are all favourite pastimes here and you can’t help but unwind due to the relaxed, low key vibe of the town and the people. Just a few minutes drive to three of the region’s best wineries, Shoalhaven Heads is a great place to base yourself as a group while sampling the regions local drops on a wine tour and the nearby town of Berry will have your boutique shopping needs fulfilled.
Gerroa has long been a favourite with beachgoers due to the gentle waves and sheltered conditions on the northern end of the beach. Patrolled in Summer, it’s not unusual to see pods of dolphins frolicking in the waves and amongst the surfers. You can hire a kayak near the bridge and paddle upstream to explore the waterways and check out the bird and marine life along the way. Hire a SUP from SUP Downunder and have fun in the small waves as you navigate the coastline.