South Coast NSW features the following locations - Batemans Bay, Narooma, Merimbula and Sapphire Coast, Bermagui, Ulladulla, Jervis Bay and Shoalhaven, Berry, Eden, Pebble Beach
Cruise Bateman Bay: On the banks of the Clyde River estuary, the seaside resort of Batemans Bay enjoys beautiful views both upriver, to the mountains, and seaward, to the island dotted horizon. Cruise boats sail the river daily or you can hire a large range of boats through and even houseboats.
Relax at Merimbula: Taking it easy in Merimbula is a way of life. The resort in the middle of the Sapphire Coast is one of the prime places to engage in activities such as a day picnic, a long walk or an afternoon at one of the town's clean, clear blue beaches. Take a cruise to Gabo Island and see the historic lighthouse or join a whale watching cruise in April, May and June.
A picnic at Eden: Visit Lookout Point, Rotary Park and Seamens Memorial Wall just up the hill from Eden Wharf. They offer panoramic views over beautiful Twofold Bay to Mt Imlay. There are Picnic areas, toilets, and playgrounds.
Ulladulla marine activities: on the NSW South Coast and the surrounding Seven Lakes district is just a three hour drive south of Sydney. Set in lush, scenic countryside flanked by a chain of fine surf beaches and estuarine lakes and spectacular mountain ranges to the west. Ulladulla Harbour is a popular spot for fishing, with a range of seafood restaurants and cafes nearby. Ulladulla Seapool, at the southern end of Ulladulla Harbour and accessed via a boardwalk, has good swimming. Other activities include surfing, boating and snorkelling. Fishing enthusiasts can take a game fishing charter for some off-shore activity. Nearby Mollymook Beach is a renowned surfing beach.
Jervis Bay & Shoalhaven: Picturesque food and wine country towns where hinterland meets beach, Jervis Bay and Shoalhaven boast beautiful beaches, plenty of water sports and a range of national and marine parks including Morton National Park and Budawang Ranges.