Tourism Operators and locals are calling out for visitors to return to the Shoalhaven regions beloved coastal towns.
“Whilst some towns are rebuilding, most remain unaffected directly by bushfires and need your help. Visitors have the unique opportunity to snap up a booking on the South Coast when normally everything is booked out months in advance.” said Rob Crow, Chair of the Shoalhaven Tourism Advisory Group, “Recovery is a long game and we need our visitors back more than ever. We also know it’s been a tough start to the year for everyone, Sydney and Canberra included, we have all been affected. Mental health is going to be key to a good 2020 for everyone, so we ask visitors if you do need to rejuvenate and have an extra break this year, make it a Shoalhaven road trip, we need your smiles and support!”
What’s new in Shoalhaven?
The Ruse is a new 90 seat wine bar and Americana dining venue on the harbour in Ulladulla.
Eqwine Escapes – Horse riding taking in the screnery near Lyrebird Winery before high tea, now that’s living!
Jervis Bay Brewing Company – It’s a new brewery in Woolamia, open with bar sales and food trucks and is a great way to sample brews unique to the region.
Currarong Surf School – Surf’s up as this new class of watersports opens up for business!
Bunya Wholefoods – At Vincentia Shopping Village you’ll find a range of clean eats to take back with you after your day trip.
Mexican Cantina on Queen – Hungry Duck has closed and this eatery has taken its place
The Hungry Monkey – Taken over the Berry Sourdough shop (same owners as Kiama store)
SUP with George – New in Jervis Bay, stand up paddle boarding is all the rage!
Woe Be Gone Freedive – Free-diving lessons and snorkelling tours in Jervis Bay
South Coast Experiences – Packaging local experiences and curating retreats and getaways, this is your ultimate guide to the region.
Milton Hotel – Dangerous Ales, a new brewer taking over the old Commercial Hotel in Milton
Tara Distillery – New distillery in South Nowra handcrafting gin and vodka – sweet dreams are made of these!
Djiriba Waagura – ‘2 crows’ Cultural Connections with local Aboriginal man Matthew Simms
Flamin’ Galah Brewery – New micro-brewery in Jervis Bay, on tap, cans and growlers
Every little bit goes a long way, if you can’t make it to the area, follow their accounts – another simple way you can support the recovery effort of those affected by the recent Currowan fire.
Photography: Andy Zakeli
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