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The Treat Factory – Berry

treat factory logoThe Treat Factory is the region’s largest gourmet food providor, producing more than 300 varieties of  jams, marmalades, sauces, chutneys, dressings, chocolates, confectionary and more.  Operating for more than 25 years this family business has become a popular tourist destination on the South Coast.

Accessible facilities are available, although if using a wheelchair assistance will be required up the ramp into the shop.


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The Lookout Cambewarra Mountain

Cambewarra Mountain LookoutExperience the wonders of Cambewarra Mountain Lookout. Perched high on the summit of the Cambewarra Range, ‘The Lookout’ commands a magnificent panorama of Shoalhaven City, stretching from Coolangatta Mountain in the north, way down to Pigeon House Mountain just inland from Ulladulla, in the south. The view also includes Point Perpendicular and the beautiful Jervis Bay National Park. The Lookout Cambewarra Mountain is fully accessible with excellent public facilities behind the cafe.

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Shoalhaven Zoo – North Nowra

zooShoalhaven Zoo is the largest zoo on the NSW South Coast, bringing together over 100 species of native and exotic mammals, birds and reptiles. Set in 16 acres of native bushland and resting on the banks of the beautiful Shoalhaven River, you’ll find plenty to see and do during your visit.

Zoo Haven Cafe – Enjoy a menu the whole family will love and relax in the picturesque surrounds while the kids get creative in the Kids Zone! Located at the entrance to the Shoalhaven Zoo, with a modern take on rustic decor, be sure to visit this one of a kind cafe for a unique experience!

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Jervis Bay Wild


jbwild logo 2Experience the wonders of Jervis Bay on 18.5 metre catamaran Port Venture. She has five viewing levels, and has been specifically designed to suit all ages, especially those who are in wheelchairs or have a physical disability. Port Venture has disabled amenities on board and level walk/wheel on, and off ramp.

Guests with any type of disability can experience whale and dolphin watching, as well as be safely hoisted into the boom net or go snorkeling in the clear waters of Jervis Bay.

Once back on shore visit Jervis Bay Wild’s Portside Cafe to enjoy lunch or tea and a cake.  Portside has fully accessible amenities available.

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Fleet Air Arm Museum – Albatross (Nowra)


fleet-air-arm-museumThe Royal Australian Navy invites you, your family and friends to visit the Fleet Air Arm Museum at HMAS Albatross Nowra. Explore and experience the story of naval aviation from its beginnings to the present day.

The Museum boasts a 6,000 m2, two-storey exhibition centre, souvenir shop, function centre, theatre and airfield viewing platform. After exploring the museum enjoy a snack or lunch at Albatross’ cafeteria.  Accessible facilities are available.

For more information visit Fleet Air Arm Museum’s website.

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Hazy sunshine
humidity: 80%
wind speed: 4 km/h NNW
wind gusts: 7 km/h
UV-Index: 3
sunrise: 6:02 am
sunset: 8:13 pm
Forecast 18/01/2022

wind speed: 7 km/h S
wind gusts: 18 km/h
max. UV-Index: 3
Forecast 19/01/2022

wind speed: 7 km/h SSE
wind gusts: 25 km/h
max. UV-Index: 3
Forecast 20/01/2022

Mostly cloudy
wind speed: 11 km/h SE
wind gusts: 29 km/h
max. UV-Index: 4