Shoalhaven Coast

Just two hours from Sydney on the NSW South Coast, the Shoalhaven Coast wine region offers visitors a gourmet paradise with sustainable seafood, fresh produce, elegant wineries and acclaimed restaurants uniquely situated alongside pristine beaches and spectacular national parks.

What you can do there

Visitors can enjoy the beautiful Seven Mile Beach and go swimming, surfing or fishing, and have memorable animal encounters, from kangaroos on the beach to dolphins and whales in the blue of Jervis Bay. Shoalhaven is one of Australia’s only wine regions located by the coast and is home to 18 vineyards with cellar doors. Shoalhaven Coast wineries have begun to feature regularly in national wine shows. The region’s signature French red grape chambourcin and other warm climate varietals such as Semillon and sauvignon blanc pair nicely with local seafood.

Recommended wineries

• Cupitt’s Estate



This pretty winery is tucked behind the hills of Milton and also boasts a brewery, fromagerie, restaurant and cottage accommodation, with beautiful views over the vineyard to Burrill Lake and the Budawang Ranges. The Tour and Taste Experience includes a guided tour of the property with Cupitt’s head winemaker and a sampling of wine, beer and cheese. Other experiences include a Sunset Winery Tour, Meet the Maker Tour, as well as masterclasses and workshops. cupitt.com.au

• Cambewarra Estate



Cambewarra Estate Winery lies at the foothills of the Cambewarra Mountain and features a cellar door, restaurant, studio apartment and a reception room with outdoor surrounds ideal for events. The child and pet friendly cellar door offers a high tea experience where guests can enjoy sweet and savoury delights with tea and sparkling wine set amongst the grape vines. www.cambewarraestate.com.au

Tours and activities

• Dolphin Watch Cruises



Award-winning cruise operator, Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay offers a range of cruises to spot dolphins and seals all-year round and whales (from May to November) in the pristine waters of Jervis Bay. Specially designed vessels provide comfort and unparalleled access to seal colonies, dolphins and famous Jervis Bay landmarks.  dolphinwatch.com.au

• Jervis Bay Wild



Jervis Bay Wild offers whale watching during the annual season between May and November, and dolphin cruises all year round. Kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding and private cruise tours are also available.  jervisbaywild.com.au

• Discover Jervis Bay



Discover Jervis Bay specialises in experience packages that include accommodation, tours, attractions and restaurants. A specialist in Asian markets, Discover Jervis Bay creates fresh itineraries that deliver the best experiences for international visitors. From scenic cruises to museum visits, natural wonders such as the Kiama Blowhole to the best foodie experiences, such as visiting oyster farms and orchards.  discoverjervisbay.com.au

Suggested itinerary

Taste the best of the South Coast on this five-day foodie adventure through Kiama, Jervis Bay, Kangaroo Valley and the Southern Highlands that combines delicious eats with natural wonders. Download a snapshot of our recommended itinerary here.

For full itinerary, click here

To find out more, call UOB Travel at 6252 6822 or
drop us an email UOBTP-Leisure@UOBgroup.com