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North-West of the Shoalhaven River at an elevation of up to 40 metres, the suburb of North Nowra is home to about 6500 people, and is favoured for its peaceful atmosphere within close proximity to Nowra.
A well-serviced suburb, North Nowra features its own suburban shopping complex, with butcher, IGA, green grocer, post office, bakery, chemist and medical centre. It’s home to the North Nowra Tavern, providing a broad range of entertainment, as well as the Nowra Riverside Golf Club, arguably the area’s most picturesque course. Nestled between the banks of the Shoalhaven River and surrounding escarpment, the club offers stunning views throughout the course.
A number of well-graded bushwalks follow the Shoalhaven River, with many starting at the Nowra Bridge. The Grotto is one such walk. A 2km loop of walking track passes through steep sections of cliff face, past an old farm and orchard from the early 1920s. It’s a must see of the area, and features spectacular rock formations, cliffs and caves, formed by wind and rain.
North Nowra predominantly features newer style housing, with older developments mainly located along Illaroo Road. Jamieson Run, a new development in the area, features a number of house and land packages surrounded by magnificent bushland.
The town has a small light industrial base off Pitt Street and McMahons Road. The town’s local zoo is also nearby. Prices for land in North Nowra generally range from $160,000 – $185,000 (560m – 740m2), three bedroom homes between $280,000 – $360,000 and units from $220,000 – $360,000.
Small to medium acreage lots within a quiet bush and rural setting are also available, however are located to the western side of North Nowra in the smaller towns of Camberwarra and Tapitallee.
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