With 49 towns and villages, and 109 beaches, there is always something wonderful to do and see in the Shoalhaven.
Water-lovers have so much choice with a wealth of lakes and inlets, great surf beaches, excellent tidal and beach fishing, boating and water sports. Popular activities include kayaking on Jervis Bay, heading out to spot whales and dolphins from Huskisson, or going canoeing in Kangaroo Valley.
Nature enthusiasts can enjoy some excellent bushwalking, with an abundance of native flora and fauna to be seen. There are plenty of other ways to experience the natural surrounds – horse riding, cycling, kayaking and canoeing.
For the adventurist – get an adrenaline rush hang gliding, abseiling, car racing, 4WD driving, scuba diving, sailing, skydiving, quad bikes, canyoning to name a few.
On a cultural level, the Shoalhaven has many talented artisans showing their craft that you can immerse yourself in. Here you’ll find museums and galleries displaying unique works of art – take your pick amongst fine pottery, paintings, sculptures or arts and crafts.
Wander through the delightful country village of Berry.
Foodies will have a feast on the range of fresh produce farmed and harvested locally. There are also plenty of places for eating out.
The region is also home to 20 vineyards, and 11 cellar doors, as well as wine tasting tours over the weekends. You can also enjoy a game of golf.
The Shoalhaven has also become a popular with their food, wine and arts festivals. There are also weekend markets which will impress.
For family fun, there is Jamberoo Water Park, mini golf, skate parks, aquatic centres, surf lessons, a trip to the Treat Factory, the Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk, Shoalhaven Zoo – the list is endless …