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Shellharbour is beautiful seaside destination on the NSW South Coast. Where you can relax on beautiful beaches, learn to surf, wander through the rainforest, enjoy fishing and boating, explore a World War II shipwreck or visit a museum.
There is a large selection of outdoor cafes and restaurants in Shellharbour Village.
On either side of the harbour are the main beaches: Shellharbour North Beach and Shellharbour South Beach and the iconic Ocean Beach Hotel which was built in 1929 and looks over the harbour.
South of the village is the heritage-listed Bass Point Reserve where you will be surrounded by stunningly beautiful littoral rainforest while on a walking trail. You can discover more about Bass Point’s ancient past on a sign-posted Aboriginal cultural heritage walk, home to one of the most important indigenous historical sites in NSW.
Six shipwrecks can be found off the waters off Bass Point, the first dating back to 1879. The Bass Point Marine Area features one of the most outstanding diving and snorkelling spots in Australia. Discover this underwater world in the Bushrangers Bay Aquatic Reserve, a protected embayment with amazing undersea cliffs teeming with sea creatures.
Things to do.
- Walk along the Bass Point Reserve
- Shopping along the Shellharbour Village
- Farmers Market (1st Sunday of each month)
- Visit the HARS Aviation Museum and experience the Wing Walk on the Qantas 747.
They have over 40 aircrafts.
It is located at 54 Airport Road Albion Park Rail NSW 2527.
The museum is run by volunteers and open between 9.30am to 3.30pm, 7 days a week.
Cost: $25.00per person.
- Take a Helicopter Flight
- Go Scuba Diving
Location: 41 Addison Street, Shellharbour.
There is so much to see and do here. One of the first things I did when I got to Shellharbour was visit the information centre so I could get a good idea of what there was to do. Shellharbour is one of those places that has something for everyone so to help you decide I highly recommend you visit the centre.
Location: Wentworth Street, Shellharbour