Touring Around


The unspoilt natural beauty of the southern coastline of New South Wales unfolds in a series of bays and coves. Little townships, many with interesting histories, are known for their fine food and wines, and great country markets.
You will find the Shoalhaven District has plenty of attractions to offer and Coral Tree Lodge is an ideal base for exploring the region, either at your leisure or on some of the popular day tours available.

There are the crystal clear blue waters of Jervis Bay, popular for scuba diving and dolphin watching; Morton National Park for spectacular bushwalks; the quaint villages of Berry and Kangaroo Valley for craft shopping and Devonshire Teas; wine tasting at one or more of the six excellent local wineries including the award winning Coolangatta Estate; plus galleries and museums such as Arthur Boyd’s estate at Bundanoon and the Fleet Air Arm and Naval Museum at HMAS Albatross in Nowra ….. Just to name a few!


Pyree Village Arts and Craft Markets


Pyree Village Arts and Craft Markets

The Pyree Village Arts and Craft Market is held in the Shoalhaven Potters Workshop adjacent to the distinctive red Pyree Hall on Greenwell Point Road, at the intersection of Pyree Lane.

This monthly market is held on the fourth Sunday of each month with a twilight market on the third Saturday in December.

Stalls feature locally grown produce, arts, crafts, pottery, woodcraft, needlecraft, natural fibre baskets, plants, gluten free bread and cakes, jams, produce and much, much more.

Opening times
Friday to Monday from 10am to 4pm

• Saturday 28 November 2015

• Saturday 19 December 2015

• Saturday 23 January 2016

Shoalhaven ZOO


Shoalhaven ZOO(formerly Nowra Wildlife Park)

Only 20 minutes from the Coral Tree Lodge Tourist Park, The Nowra Wildlife Park is the largest native animal park on the NSW South Coast and brings together over 100 species of native Australian animals, 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.

After spending time exploring the park you can relax with a picnic by the river, cook up a barbecue or eat in our riverside cafe while taking in the views.

Opening times
Open every day of the year (except Christmas Day) from 9am to 5pm

Jervis Bay


Jervis Bay is located 35 minutes from the Coral Tree Lodge and it has unspoilt and secluded bays, crystal clear waters and beautiful beaches to explore on foot, by boat, diving swimming or snorkelling. Located on the southern shores of Jervis Bay, Hyams Beach is known for the whiteness of the sands and the sparkling clarity of the water.

Huskisson is a great base from which to enjoy the best of Jervis Bay’s many natural attractions.

Take a dolphin-watching cruise from Huskisson or a whale-watching cruise between June and November and visit the fascinating Lady Denman Maritime Museum with the magnificently-restored Lady Denman ferry from Sydney Harbour. Nearby Sussex Inlet is a quiet but spirited holiday town with excellent water sports facilities.