Kangaroos on the beach near Murramarang National Park

Durras - Places to See

Durras North, Durras Lake and Durras South
Sleepy holiday resort on the edges of Murramurrang National Park famous for the large population of beach-loving kangaroos.
Durras North, Durras Lake and Durras South are three sleepy settlements approximately 280 km south of Sydney and 17 km north of Batemans Bay. In recent times they have become popular holiday resorts for people from both Canberra and Sydney. They are also easily accessible from Victoria via the Princes Highway.

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Fishing boats in Bermagui Harbour


Sleepy and attractive fishing village on the Bermagui River.
Located 378 km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway Bermagui is an attractive fishing port with a population of 1166 located on the estuary of the Bermagui River.

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Looking south across Crooked River and Seven Mile Beach

Gerroa - Places to See

Gerroa and Seven Mile Beach
Sleepy holiday town at the northern end of the long and peaceful Seven Mile Beach
Gerroa is located 130 km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway. Once a popular retreat for various religious orders much of the land in the area is still owned by various churches although in recent times a combination of commuters, from both Nowra and Wollongong and retirees and holidaymakers have seen the town grow rapidly. Its location on the southern side of a hill makes it very vulnerable to the southerlies which blow up the coast.

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Holy Trinity Church

Kameruka - Places to See

An attractive and unusual village famous for its long association with cheese production.
Kameruka is a village and historic estate 449 km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway and 21 km southwest of Bega.

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Huskisson from Coastal Patrol Jetty, Currambene Creek

Huskisson - Places to See

Quiet and attractive township on the shores of Jervis Bay
Located on the shores of Jervis Bay 24 kilometres from Nowra and 179 km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway, Huskisson is a typical, under-developed, sleepy holiday resort and fishing port. The main street has takeaway food shops, a coffee shop, a dive shop and a huge, beachfront hotel - The Husky Pub - which provides drinkers with delightful views across the bay. Here you can sit in the beer garden, enjoy a meal at the Peninsula Restaurant and let the world go by.

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Broulee Island Nature Reserve, once the major port for Moruya

Moruya - Places to See

Pleasant south coast township servicing the surrounding rich agricultural region.
Situated 306 km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway Moruya (population 2520) is a coastal town reliant upon timber, dairying, cattle, vegetables, fish, oysters and tourism for its sustenance.

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The Angel Rose Historic Restaurant

Milton - Places to See

Milton-Ulladulla (including Lake Conjola)
Twin town with Ulladulla located on a popular holiday stretch of the NSW South Coast
Milton lies 220 km south of Sydney via the Princes Highway. It is a rural cente linked to Ulladulla (in the next decade the short rural strip between the two towns will, inevitably, be filled by suburban development) and a series of small coastal holiday resorts. The local economy is a combination of fishing (they supply fresh fish to the Sydney markets), tourism, retirement destinations, as well as the traditional activities of dairying, timber-getting and the production of honey.

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