335 Princes Highway
Bomaderry NSW 2541

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Bomaderry is a bustling town just north of Nowra on the Shoalhaven River. The traditional railway station here marks the last stop on the South Coast line. The station is still the hub of the township, due to the good infrastructure of local, thriving businesses adjacent to the railway line. The villages of Cambewarra, Berry and Shoalhaven Heads are just a short drive from Bomaderry.

Shoalhaven is bordered by the mountains, coastal plains and 100 magnificent beaches, and includes 49 towns and villages. From Sydney, it’s an easy two hours drive 160 kilometres south. And from Canberra, it’s a two and a half hour drive north of around 200 kilometres. Water-lovers have so much choice with a wealth of lakes and inlets, great surf beaches, excellent tidal and beach fishing, boating and watersports. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy some excellent bushwalks with an abundance of native flora and fauna to discover.

Rich in local culture, the Shoalhaven’s many annual food, wine and arts festivals and events have become popular reasons to getaway. For those that love a good drop, the region offers 20 vineyards, and 11 cellar doors, as well as wine tasting tours for weekenders. The Shoalhaven’s 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.

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