A campervan or motorhome rental is a great way to explore the South Coast. VroomVroomVroom can help you compare cheap RV hire deals, and find you a modern, reliable vehicle in destinations around Australia. We partner with top camper suppliers to help you save more on your accommodation and transportation costs. Consider a campervan and RV hire in the South Coast for a more enjoyable vacation.
The South Coast is home to colourful festivals and interesting towns like Berry, Coolangatta, Wollongong, Kiama, Gerringong, Shoalhaven, Moruya, Merimbula, Eden, Narooma and more. Explore the historic village of Tilba, follow the region's Wine Trail, see whales and other marine animals off the coast and get involved in Huskisson's White Sands Festival or the Easter Jazz Festival. There is something for everyone in the South Coast, and there is no shortage of things to do.
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Avon Caravan Village is at 79 Avon Dam Road in Bargo. It is a simple yet charming venue south west of Sydney. Campsites, park cabins and powered sites are the accommodations it offers.
Barlings Beach Tourist Park is located at 1939 George Bass Drive in Tomakin. The property lies on 22 acres of land facing the beach in between Batemans Bay and Moruya. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, games room, iron, kiosk, laundry, movie hire, non-smoking floor, playground, spa, lounge area and an outdoor swimming pool. Deluxe cabins, spa unit, regal four-bedroom cabin, powered site and unpowered site are all available on site.
Bendalong Point Tourist Park sits along Red Point Road in Bendalong. The park is in proximity with the Inyadda Surf Beach, Washerwomans Beaches and the Boat Harbour. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, boat ramp, camp kitchen, vehicle wash facilities, communal refrigerator, gas, ice, laundry, playground and broadband Internet access. The accommodations that it offers are camping sites, cabins and powered en suite sites. Animal viewing, birdwatching, bush walking, dining, fishing and swimming are just some of the wonderful activities everyone could do within and nearby the establishment.
Windang Beach Tourist Park can be found at 1 Fern Street in Windang. The park sits near Lake Illawarra and the Pacific Ocean and serves as a gateway to Shellharbour and Wollongong. Activities include boating, fishing, walking, picnicking, sailing, surfing and windsurfing.
Wollongong Surf Leisure Resort lies within Fairy Meadow. It offers pleasant accommodations such as apartments, camping ground, caravan park, cabins and tourist park. The park is near the Wollongong City attractions, entertainment venues and shopping complexes. Its camp facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, camping, playground, conference facilities, fans, games room, kiosk, kitchen, laundry, linen, pool, spa bath, tea/coffee making facilities, telephone, television, VCR and tennis courts.
ABC Cheese Factory sits at 37 Bate Street in Central Tilba. The establishment forms part of the heritage village of Central Tilba and is home to the renowned Tilba Club Cheese. Enjoy cheese tasting and shopping for the factory's very own cheeses and many other local produce such as ice cream, coffee, souvenirs, gifts and snacks.
Abrahams Bosom Reserve is located at Beecroft Peninsula in Currarong. It is a scenic place that offers total relaxation to everyone who visits its beautiful rock pool, creek and picturesque reserve that include beaches, estuaries, rock formations, cliffs and headlands. There are ample car parking spaces, a disabled toilet, public toilet, picnic areas and walking tracks in the area.
Crown Street Mall is Wollongong's popular pedestrian-only street mall that stretches from the corner of Crown and Keira Streets and up until the Crown and Kembla Streets. The mall's highlights include its architectural style, fountains, al fresco dining, Friday local market and several interesting stores.
Wollongong Botanic Gardens lies at the foot of Mount Keira within the suburb of Keiraville, Wollongong City. It was opened to public in September 1970. The gardens' sought after features include its azalea banks, herb garden, rose garden and several rainforests such as the Dry Rainforst, Illawarra Rainforest and Subtropical Rainforest. The Puckeys Estate Reserve also forms part of the Wollongong Botanic Gardens. The site is popular for students who study plants as well as visitors who wish to enjoy the beauty of nature.
Wollongong City Gallery is located at 46 Burelli Street, Wollongong. The venue features excellent art works whilst hosting several interesting exhibits, public programs and events. The gallery is one of Australia's largest galleries that showcases artworks related to the country's cultural heritage.