The ultimate photographic assignment, a whole year of photographing the beautiful Shoalhaven region. Exploring the detail, showcasing the people, businesses and events as well as shooting the stunning country side.
The Escape at Shallow Crossing, a heavenly luxury camping experience right on the stunning Clyde River.
It is worth following the sign for Kioloa as you head south towards the better known Pretty and Merry beaches. The protected beach is the perfect spot for playing and fishing.
Bawley Point is a favourite. Surrounded by beautiful stretches of bush and home to friendly stingrays and the popular shallow surf break Guillotines.
Half way between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay is the signpost for Boarding House Road, a dusty windy gateway to some hidden South Coast gems. Pick your own seasonal berries at Clyde River Berry farm or head to the spectacular tidal Shallow Crossing.
Burrill Lake takes the cake sitting between the sea, the lake and stunning bushland.
Milton seems to have it all. This pretty historical town is a creative hub with a foodie heart!
It takes more than a day to soak up this salty paradise!
Berrara is a tiny seaside village which sits between Berrara Creek and Swan Lake Inlet, a tranquil base for some aqua blue adventures.
Milk Haus is an essential south coast foodie stop. Built in the old cheese factory at Woodstock just outside of Milton, Milk Haus serves wholefoods grown in their own kitchen garden.
Nowra, NSW for Shoalhaven Tourism.
A winter temptation! The Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival celebrates the local wineries with open cellar doors, food stalls, music and entertainment.
St. Isidore in Milton is a freshly hatted restaurant with a focus on local seasonal produce.
The Berry show is an annual agricultural event, with something for everyone. A big Shoalhaven highlight on the calendar.
A little taste of a beautiful valley, Kangaroo Valley is a country escape day dream come true!
The little town of Berry is bursting with good things, not least of which are the pubs, cafes, and shops in the heart of the village.