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Art and Culture Itinerary

Brews, Machines and Makers

Get a taste of the maritime history Jervis Bay has to offer, and check out some of the areas best wineries and breweries. Read below and add this itinerary to your trip!


Starting in the charming Kangaroo Valley township, browse antique and craft stores like Kangaroo Valley Woodcrafts and Kangaroo Valley Leadlights. Enjoy morning tea at a local cafe, or grab lunch and a beer at The Friendly Inn. Head over the mountain and make a stop at the newly established South Yeast Brewing in North Nowra. After that, grab a coffee or bite to eat at one of the many cafes in central Nowra before heading to Albatross Naval Base. Try the flight simulator and check out the vintage aircraft in the Fleet Air Museum‘s giant hangar.


On the shore of sparkling Jervis Bay, get an insight into shipbuilding history at Jervis Bay Maritime Museum. The museum is home to the historic Lady Denman ferry – the only surviving wooden Sydney Harbour Ferry. The museum is a terrific opportunity to explore some of Jervis Bay’s unique nautical history. Afterward, why not quench your thirst at Jervis Bay Brewing Co and Flamin Galah Brewing Co in Huskisson. Both promise to remind you of the good times in life, with good vibes, and even better drinks.

DAY 3 

Head to Ulladulla, grab takeaway breaky and enjoy the fabulous harbour views. Pop into the Fossil House, the oldest house in town. It is filled with local and international rocks and fossils you won’t see anywhere else. Follow that up by shopping for local Aboriginal Artwork. From canvasses to clap sticks, the Giriwa Garuwanga Art Gallery has an array of art to choose from. Before you depart head to Cupitt’s Estate for a laid back afternoon overlooking the vines. The estate is not only an award-winning winery, but a brewery, fromagerie and restaurant to boot.

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