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Visit, Live, Study & Invest in Shoalhaven::

The Shoalhaven is blessed with perhaps the most scenically beautiful landscapes on the east coast of Australia, ranging from the lush rainforests of the Kangaroo Valley, to the many miles of exquisite beaches along its eastern boundary. Stretching from Berry in the north to North Durras in the south, our temperate climate is comfortable all year round, with balmy sea breezes to cool in summer and clean crisp air for long country walks in winter.

Rich in local culture, our many annual festivals have become landmarks on the getaway calendar. Winter is the time for our Shoalhaven Wine Festival and several Arts Festivals which are gaining a solid reputation for their high calibre. We have 20 vineyards within our boundary, and 11 have cellar doors open to the public with local tours making a wine-tasting weekend a great idea for weekend tipplers.

Throughout the Shoalhaven we have colourful weekend markets, and on any given weekend there will be one to amble through, a popular pastime after a leisurely Sunday brunch.

Our fresh produce is bountiful and locally farmed and harvested, including delectable seafood, market gardens producing top quality produce, wine, dairy produce, coffee and olive oil, all making a dining experience one to remember.

Accommodation options cover the full gamut from luxury retreats through to award winning bed and breakfasts, resorts, motels, caravan parks, rental apartments and lots of holiday cottages and cabins. For those who haven’t yet decided, it’s worthwhile checking out Shoalhaven Holidays (new window) and you will find lots more on our many and varied attractions.

Our Shoalhaven welcomes you, your family and friends. Come, relax, stay awhile, and most of all …. enjoy. 

Further information on: 

Beaches 

Some of the beautiful local surf beaches with links to beach conditions etc

Getting around

Details of public transport routes, and contact information for buses, trains and taxis with links to timetables

Local business links

Businesses and associations in the Shoalhaven

Local history 

Local history information

Museums 

Locations, contact details for local museums

Parks and playgrounds 

The Shoalhaven has around 1200 parks and reserves to enjoy. 

Relocating to the Shoalhaven

Information if you are thinking about relocating to the Shoalhaven or are a recent arrival - including schools, shopping, employment and more

Shoalhaven statistics 

Various statistics about the Shoalhaven

Swimming pools

Aquatic centres, village and sea pools provide a range of swimming facilities
 

Towns and villages

A brief introduction to the towns and villages of the Shoalhaven

Visitor information

Links to tourist information for places to stay and things to do

Walks and cycling 

Cycling guide and various interesting walks in the Shoalhaven

 

For Business

Council actively supports and promotes sustainable economic development and job creation in the Shoalhaven. 

A link to Yellow Pages information for the local area

For information on the regulations or approvals that apply to the operation of caravan parks in the Shoalhaven

Link to this website for details of opportunities and the advantages of doing business in the Shoalhaven

The process to get approval for commercial use of the footpath, e.g. for outdoor dining, displays etc

Links and information to help your business be more sustainable

Food and other safety information for certain types of businesses

Details of tenders and how contractors can supply services to Council

Details of items currently on auction by Council on eBay