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Artisans Nest Bodalla

56 Princes Highway , Bodalla, New South Wales, 2545
Website: artisansnestbodalla.com

Artisans Nest is a gallery and shop which showcases the work of some of the regions finest textile/fibre artists and artisans. It contains a unique and ever-changing range of original, one-off, locally produced works in silk and textiles, wool and felt, soft leather bags, ceramics, wood, jewellery and much more. Open every day of the year, it is conveniently located between the Dairy Shed and the Lavender Shop on the highway in Bodalla.

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Kiama Lighthouse

Blowhole Point, Kiama, New South Wales, 2533
Email: tourism@kiama.com.au
Website: www.kiama.com.au
9116313 Phone Number: 61 02 4232 3322
Fax Number: 61 02 4226 3260

The Kiama Lighthouse was established in 1887, 10 years after the creation of the Robertson Basin, a man made harbour to service Kiama's supply of crushed blue metal and paving blocks for the streets of Sydney. The original apparatus was an oil burner with a catadioptric fixed lens producing a light that was visible for nine miles. This was upgraded to the local town coal gas in 1908 with an intensity of 1,500 candelas and a range of fifteen miles. This was further upgraded to acetylene gas and group flashing in 1920. At this point the light was de-manned. In 1969 the light was converted to 240-volt mains electricity. Kiama Lighthouse is located in Kiama on Blowhole Point. The principal Keeper's House was destroyed by vandals in the 1920s. The single storey assistant Keeper's House, used for many years as a residence for harbour pilots, is now a museum.

Nan Tien Temple

Nan Tien Temple

180 Berkeley Road, Berkeley, New South Wales, 2506
Email: nantien@fgs.org.au
Website: www.nantien.org.au
9058584 Phone Number: 61 02 4272 0600
Fax Number: 61 02 4272 0601

Visit or stay at Nan Tien Temple, the largest Buddhist Temple in the Southern Hemisphere. Nan Tien is very different from most tourist attractions because there is so much on offer. The visual delights of grandeur architecture, art and culture including unique exhibitions and festivals, Buddhist festivals, vegetarian culinary delights, educational and healthy lifestyle classes and retreats, accommodation, top class conference and auditorium facilities. There is also the spiritual and religious experience that is unforgettable, and even life changing for some. Pilgrim Lodge, Wollongong's most unique accommodation setting is a 100 room facility, which is open all year round and located in the grounds of the Temple. The lodge overlooks the lotus pond, the peaceful Temple, splendid gardens, the beautiful rolling hills, and famous escarpment of the Illawarra. Situated in Berkeley, which is only 10 minutes south of Wollongong City and famous beaches. Come and be inspired.

Scenic Flight over Sea Cliff Bridge

NSW Air

Hangar 1, Illawarra Regional Airport, Airport Road, Albion Park Rail, New South Wales, 2527
Email: info@nswair.com.au
Website: www.nswair.com.au
9171845 Phone Number: 61 02 4256 1001
Fax Number: 61 02 4256 6199

NSW Air provides Scenic Joy Flights over Shellharbour and the region from Albion Park Regional airport. The Bridge to Beach flight flies north to the Seacliff Bridge taking in the beautiful coastal views and northern beaches before returning south via Wollongong, Shellharbour and Kiama and back to the airport. Flights can also be extended to fly north and over Sydney Harbour, taking in views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, or south down to the Shoalhaven via the coast and on to Jervis Bay. NSW Air fly seven days and can accommodate flights one to nine people at a time. For the adventure seekers why not learn to fly by taking control of the aeroplane with the Trial Instructional Flight. If flying takes your fancy NSW Air can train you to become a fully licenced pilot. For more information please contact NSW Air or visit the website.

Dark Beach walking track, Murramarang National Park. Photo: Michael van Ewijk

Dark Beach walking track

Old Coast Road, South Durras, New South Wales, 2536
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/murramarang-national-park/dark-beach-walking-track/walking

0.25km (one way) - 0.25 hour Enjoy a relaxing day away on this remote beach in Murramarang National Park, on the South Coast. Dark Beach walking track leads through spotted gum forest to a unique cove where adventurous holiday-makers will enjoy swimming, fishing and exploring the unique rock shelves. Along Dark Beach walking track you'll see unique rock formations and a band of volcanic rock, ... Visit website for more info

Cooks Nose lookout walk, Barren Grounds Nature Reserve. Photo: John Spencer/NSW Government

Cooks Nose walking track

Brogers Creek Road, Brogers Creek, New South Wales, 2535
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/barren-grounds-nature-reserve/cooks-nose-walking-track/walking

9km (one way) - 3.3 hour - Medium difficulty The walking track out to Cooks Nose is well-marked and steep in places, but the views at the end are simply spectacular. The track wanders through open expanses of heathland, which burst with colour in spring when the wildflowers are out. The brightly coloured red and yellow Christmas bells are a special treat on this walk. There are also ... Visit website for more info

Eucalypt Trail

Eucalypt Trail

Kioloa State Forest, Durras North, New South Wales, 2536
Email: tourism@shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.shoalhavenholidays.com.au
9115697 Phone Number: 61 02 4444 8820
Fax Number: 61 02 4454 0889

The Eucalypt Trail is located 14 kilometres north of Batemans Bay on the eastern side of the Princes Highway, in the Kioloa Rest area. An easy 500 metre loop, the Eucalypt Trail is designed to assist visitors to identify 11 different species of eucalypt trees using common and botanical names, flowers and fruits. The 11 eucalypt species to be found include: the Blackbutt, Sydney Blue Gum, Grey Ironbark, Monkey Gum, Rough Barked Apple, Sydney Peppermint, Red Bloodwood, Woollybutt, White Stringybark, Spotted Gum and Bangalay. The rest area incorporates public amenities, barbecues and picnic tables so visitors can take a short rest stop for lunch, following their fun filled Eucalypt Trail adventure.

Hangdog Climbing Gym

Hangdog Climbing Gym

130 Auburn Street, Wollongong, New South Wales, 2500
Website: www.hangdog.com.au/
9055755 Phone Number: 61 02 4225 8369
Fax Number: 61 02 4225 8991

Hangdog has over a 140 different climbs on 40 ropes, offering a great range of climbs from easy to extremely challenging. Hangdog teaches you how to belay (hold and control the rope) your partner safely in a few minutes at the beginning of your first visit. Gym features include: indoor caving; a wide range of climbing gear; coaching sessions for juniors and adults; one off entry charge valid for the whole day; introductory lesson is free with your entry charge; children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult to climb; free parking is also available. Hangdog also provides regular outdoor climbing days to Nowra and also offer groups abseiling off Mount Keira.

Nethercote Falls

Nethercote Falls

Nethercote Falls Link Road, Nethercote, New South Wales, 2549
9173950 Phone Number: 61 02 6495 1129

Nethercote Falls is located on Nethercote Falls Flora Reserve, approximately 12 kilometres south west from Pambula. Nethercote Falls is a series of cascades linking a chain of round pools in the rock. The last stage of the falls drops about 40 metres in a double stream into a large deep pool.

Shallow Inlet Coastal Park

Shallow Inlet Marine and Coastal Park

Sandy Point Rd, Sandy Point, Victoria, 3959
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/shallow-inlet-marine-and-coastal-park

Nestled between Waratah Bay and the majestic peaks of Wilsons Promontory, the sheltered waters of Shallow Inlet provide a secluded and peaceful setting for a range of water based activities such as fishing, boating and sailboarding. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.