Bomaderry on the South Coast of NSW will be sure to delight. Explore the hidden gorge and get back to nature on the scenic Bomaderry Creek Walk.
Bomaderry NSW is a bustling town just north of Nowra on the Shoalhaven River. The traditional railway station here marks the last stop on the South Coast line. The station is still the hub of the township, due to the good infrastructure of local, thriving businesses adjacent to the railway line.
WHAT TO DO IN Bomaderry
Take a dip at the Bomaderry Aquatic Centre, or challenge your mates to some ten-pin bowling at Shoalhaven City Lanes. The villages of Cambewarra, Berry and Shoalhaven Heads are just a short drive from Bomaderry, making for a pleasant day trip in the local area. For those feeling a little adventurous, the Bomaderry Creek Walk will leave you amazed at the pristine and impressive bushland sitting just on the edge of the town. Explore the gorge and diverse flora on a bushwalk or just pack a blanket and enjoy a relaxing barbeque picnic whilst listening to the sounds of the abundant birdlife. Accommodation in Bomaderry can be found in caravan parks, hotels and motels with plenty more available just a short drive down the road in Nowra.