NSW, South Coast
The NSW South Coast stretches over 600km from the The Royal National Park, south of Sydney, to the exquisite Sapphire Coast in the state's south. Explore the region's towns and villages, enjoy an adventure around its many beaches and marine reserves, and take your pick of more than thirty National Parks to explore. Less than two hours from Sydney you can swim, surf, snorkel or dive around the beautiful beaches of Shellharbour. Located at the end of Bass Point, Bushrangers Bay Aquatic Reserve is regarded as one of the best dive sites in NSW. Riding a beach segway around this verdant and unspoilt coastline is another great way to explore the region, or hire a bike and explore Shellharbour’s gently sloping cycle paths, which follow the coastline into town and around the Illawarra River.
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