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Located on the South Coast of New South Wales, roughly 200km from Sydney lies the Shoalhaven, one of the most scenically beautiful landscapes on the east coast of Australia. Home to miles of magnificent beaches and waterways, the lush rainforests of Kangaroo Valley, Ettrema Wilderness and numerous National Parks, the Shoalhaven is well known for its protected marine parks, exceptional local produce and stunning scenery.
With temperate year round conditions, it’s no surprise that each year sees thousands of tourists visit the area. With an abundance of natural attractions, coastal villages, annual festivals and gorgeous vineyards, the area is rich in local culture, offering something for everything.
Stretching from the quaint village of Berry in the north, with its pastoral setting, mountainous backdrop and exceptional cafes and boutique stores, past the rainforests Kangaroo Valley, to Durras in the south, the Shoalhaven offers year round temperate conditions.
At the heart of the area lies Nowra, the region’s largest coastal town, and main commercial, industrial and government hub. It is here that our Professionals Clyde Poulton Real Estate office is located.
Located on Bridge Road, our office covers all real estate in the Shoalhaven area, while further south, our sister office Professionals St George’s Basin covers the Jervis Bay area, with Professionals Wollongong covering the north.
Suburbs in the Shoalhaven
The Shoalhaven is made up of a number of coastal towns and villages, all unique in their own way, offering a little piece of something special. Following you’ll find a brief description of key suburbs in the Shoalhaven, however if you’d like more detailed information, simply click on the name of the suburb, or visit our suburb profiles page.
With a population of just under 7000, Bomaderry is located on the north shore of the Shoalhaven River, just across the river from Nowra. Offering a mix of commercial and industrial facilities, it features both older and newer style homes with a large residential subdivision to the north.
North-west of Bomaderry, Cambewarra is predominantly small to medium acreage lots with a quiet bush and rural setting. It’s best known for its lookout, offering picturesque views south over Nowra.
Located north of Bomaderry and south-west of Berry, with the Princes Highways running through its centre, Meroo Meadow is predominantly rural and semi-rural, with sprawling meadows and pastures.
The hub of the region, Nowra features the area’s major sporting, social and club facilities, including golf clubs, sporting clubs, bowling and cricket. Home to the central business district, it offers a mix of housing types.
Located to the north of the Shoalhaven River and west of Bomaderry Creek, North Nowra is home to roughly 6500 people and is most favoured for its close proximity to Nowra, while being away from the busy highland thoroughfare.
An unofficial suburb of the area, the East of Nowra is predominantly older, smaller homes, and is a fully serviced suburb, with a post office, newsagency and medical centre.
Best known for its large commercial section, from retail to light industrial, South Nowra is home to the area’s Bunnings, and features a distinct heavy industrial estate known as Flinders Estate.
Located to the West of Nowra, the suburb is favoured for its close proximity to town, and is home to the Shoalhaven Campus of Wollongong University and HMAS Albatross.
Located south of the Shoalhaven River lies Worrigee, a new modern location which is the town’s residential heart. With approximately 3000 people in the area, growth is predicted to exceed 6000 over the next decade.
For more information on the Shoalhaven, there are a number of sites available, offering a plethora of information.