Lovers of all waters sports have access to both ocean and river front.
Fishing is very popular in the area with many yarns to be heard and some to be believed. Clean clear waters enhance the bounty.
Bushwalking is also popular with scenic walks of all grades. Some amazing views are appreciated from our local peaks.
Walking the length of Seven Mile Beach is a challenge to many and the allure of the bush with its rich flora and fauna populations is always enjoyable.
Coolangatta is Shoalhaven's first settlement. The impressive home and grounds of the first white settler, Alexander Berry, is now restored and operates as a resort. The history of the area and in particular of the esteemed Mr Berry, gives a fascinating account of pioneer spirit and adventure.
Behind the settlement lies its namesake, the sentinel Coolangatta Mountain. Coolangatta is a Koori native name meaning splendid view.
A bustling and colourful crafts centre is also located at Coolangatta.
Some of the prettiest, harmonic meldings of rural lands, river flats, ocean, bush and mountains are seen in the Coolangatta Shoalhaven Heads area.