The quiet towns of Berrara and Cudmirrah on the South Coast of NSW offer a relaxing and peaceful seaside holiday experience.
The small villages of Cudmirrah and Berrara are located a short drive from the larger town of Sussex Inlet, in the Shoalhaven on the NSW South Coast. The neighbouring villages are perfectly positioned to take advantage of the stunning coastline and beach, lake and bush activities. Cudmirrah and Berrara both feature great surf beaches and a local resident kangaroo population.
WHAT TO DO IN Cudmirrah & Berrara
The villages are bordered by the scenic Conjola National Park, and are only minutes to Swan Lake which is a superb, safe, aquatic playground, where you can paddle a canoe or get the adrenaline pumping with some water skiing. Take a walk or cycle out to the Walter Hood Monument in Conjola National Park for a nice day trip. In nearby Sussex Inlet you’ll find dining and shopping. Accommodation can be found in self-contained holiday houses, a caravan park and seaside cabins.