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Shoalhaven Winter Wine Festival

Good Morning Sunshine!
After a somewhat wet weekend we are in for some smashing days ahead. According to the local “man-who-knows” the weather should be fine all week and into the weekend…perfect for the upcoming long weekend.
Don’t forget that the “Shoalhaven Winter Wine Festival” in on this weekend. If you haven’t booked your getaway yet we still have the Greenwell Point House and 1 cabin available…good morning sunshine

Special Offer + Holiday Family Fishing Activities

Kids stay free in our special holiday offer “KIDS4FREE13”. Holiday fishing workshops for 8-14’s will be held April 16 2013 at Greenwell Point .  The fishing activity is run by the DPI (details at  Fishing is a great family activity, so join up and learn to fish this holidays.

Marine Rescue Markets – Titania Park, Greenwell Point

Marine Rescue MarketsMarine Rescue – Shoalhaven are now holding markets on the 3rd Sunday of each month at Titania Park (opposite Angler’s Rest) to help raise much needed funds.  Items on sale vary each month, but include clothing, woodwork, plants and lots more – so come along, support Marine Rescue and find yourself a bargain in Greenwell Point!! 

Note: due to council restrictions the markets are cancelled if the grounds are wet.

Family Holiday Activities on the South Coast

Family Holiday Activities - Watersports

 Water activities like water skiing & wake boarding are a great family holiday activity on the South Coast.   Jamie at Shoalhaven Ski & Wake and Simon at Wow-watersports have both taken us, our kids, friends and family out a few times.  All our family & friends had a blast and will be back!!

A family day out at Shoalhaven Zoo (formerly Nowra Wildlife Park)

shoalhaven zoo


If you’re looking for something fun to do for the whole family then get along to Shoalhaven Zoo.  Set in bushland on the banks of the Shoalhaven at North Nowra, this is the largest native and exotic zoo on the NSW South Coast.  We go there frequently and love it every time.  It’s privately owned and managed and staff put on great talks. 

There is quite a variety of animals from snoozing wombats and koala to crocs and camels. Don’t miss the opportunity to cuddle a koala or get all wrapped up in a friendly python and take the “Jungle Walk” along the back of the park – our kids’ favourite.