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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Australian Restaurant
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“Zac's is your one stop shop for coffee, newspapers, hamburgers, beer, milk and a great little seafood restaurant at lunch and dinner with super fresh local seafood. ”
  • 17 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Currarong is a fantastic beach with the added benefit of a few amazing bushwalks through to Shipwreck Bay, etc”
  • 7 locals recommend
Establishment
“Currarong Bowlo has a great old fashioned Chinese restaurant. Its the same as the one many of us grew up with. Specialising in classic favourites like Prawn Omelettes, Sizzling Beef and Mongolian Lamb. It is good value and family friendly. There is lots of space for groups and the food is reliable and quick. You can also drink at Bowling Club prices. The club has live music events throughout the year. So its worthwhile checking out their events calendar. It's great to spend a few hours in the afternoon playing bare foot bowls. They also have a full sized pool table. If you join for $5 you get 50c off each drink! There is also a booze bus which gets you home after 8pm. ”
  • 6 locals recommend
Tourist Attraction
“This is a real rock pool. Basically it’s a sandy channel, deep enough to swim in, in between two sets of rocks along the edge of the bay. I got there about an hour after high tide, and it was perfect. The pool is about 30m wide (ie running parallel to the coastline rocks) but only three or four metres long. So it is strictly speaking possible to do laps, and I did do a few, but on the whole it’s a great spot for a dip and to feel the waves washing in from the bay.”
  • 1 local recommends
Rv Park
“A small store is at caravan park office for basic foods etc - also hire of surf skies and kids play facilities.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Locality
“This sleepy little village sits at the northern edge of the dramatic Beecroft Peninsula, known for its spectacular sandstone cliffs. Currarong, 33 kilometres South East of Nowra is great for swimming, surfing, fishing and prawning. Popular with holiday makers, Currarong's unique location means it often has different weather conditions to nearby Callala, Culburra and Nowra. Take an easy walk from Currarong, such as Wreck Walk where you can see the ghostly remains of SS Merimbula or the three hour Trig Station Walk. Adventerous folk can visit Gosang's Tunnel, a unique passage through to some spectacular sea cliffs which plummet straight down to the ocean. The protected main beach, Abrahams Bosom, has good picnic grounds with barbecue facilities. Beecroft Peninsula has a spectacular sheer cliff face arising 75 metres from the ocean, and is the site of the Point Perpendicular lighthouse. At the right time of year this is one of the best points along the coast to spot whales, dolphins and seals. Honeymoon Bay, a popular camping and picnic spot, is nearby. Summer camping is organised via ballot in August.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Street Address
  • 1 local recommends
Bus Station
“Bingo night during school holidays, art exhibitions, arts and crafts shows at various times, hall available for hire for weddings, parties etc.”
  • 1 local recommends
Bus Station
  • 1 local recommends
Lodging
  • 1 local recommends
Beach
“Some great walks (for all abilities) to secluded little beaches and a ship wreck”
  • 1 local recommends

Top restaurants

Australian Restaurant
“Zac's is your one stop shop for coffee, newspapers, hamburgers, beer, milk and a great little seafood restaurant at lunch and dinner with super fresh local seafood. ”
  • 17 locals recommend

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