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Where the country meets the coast, Gerroa is a sleepy seaside village on Sydney’s famous South Coast. With the grand coastline of Seven Mile Beach immediately to the south and the quaint town of Berry to the east, Gerroa is an ideal destination for a relaxing coastal break or peaceful lifestyle.
Gerroa is part of the Municipality of Kiama in the Illawarra region of New South Wales and is 132 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD. Nestled between Gerringong and Berry and fringed by the stunning waters of the South Pacific Ocean, Gerroa is one of the most visually stunning townships the South Coast has to offer. With plenty of outdoor activities to tickle your fancy including picturesque beaches, dramatic headlands and lush rainforests, life in Gerroa is never dull.
A popular hideaway for retirees and holidaying families, Gerroa’s idyllic location on the waters edge ensures many homes have impressive views of the beach and Coolangatta Mountain in the distance. The best way to take in the splendour of the natural surrounds is atop the dramatic Gerroa Headland or at the Sir Charles Kingsford Smith Memorial and Lookout. Once you’ve had your share of sightseeing, do as the locals do and enjoy a meal at the trendy Gerroa Boat Fisherman’s Club in town.
With easy access to gorgeous nearby wineries, the stunning Minamurra Rainforest and with bustling Wollongong less than an hour up the road, Gerroa offers attractions and amenities in spades.
Gerringong Public School
Berry Primary School
Shoalhaven Heads Public School
Bomaderry High School
Kiama High School
132km from Sydney
47km from Wollongong
232km from Canberra
Shoal Bus operate daily bus services
Sydney Trains operate daily train services to Gerringong Railway Station
Seven Mile Beach National Park
Sir Charles Kingsford Smith Memorial and Lookout
Minnamurra Rainforest Centre
Gerroa Boat Fisherman’s Club