GREENWELL POINT

Fabulous breath taking views as far as the eye can see of the beautiful sparkling waters of Crookhaven River. Bushwalk, swimming, fishing, boating and sandy beach which ever way, you’ll love Greenwell Point.

 

Greenwell Point is a pleasant coastal village and in particular home to some of the world's best oysters. The Point has a long tradition as a popular fishing destination and is also renowned for its oyster growing. Both recreational and professional fishermen use it as a base with access being available to the abundant fishing waters off the coast. The oysters are internationally acclaimed and are available to purchase direct from the local oyster farmers. There is a local pool on the shores of Greenwell Point to cool off on a hot summers day. The drive out to the coast from Nowra winds through spectacular rich green farmlands with classic Australian farmhouses, barns and hay sheds. You might even have to wait while a herd of contented cows wander across the road on their way to the milking sheds.

 

Greenwell Point hosts the largest dawn service in the Shoalhaven on ANZAC Day, attracting thousands of people.

The markets are on in Greenwell Point on the 3rd Sunday of the month. Boat ramps are at Greenwell Point Road into Crookhaven River, Haiser Road from the Bowlling club into Crookhaven River & West Street into Crookhaven River.

 

A popular fishing village with a population of 1,200 people is nestled on the banks of the Crookhaven River. It is famous for its fresh oysters, fish and other seafood with fresh produce being available from a number of suppliers. The towns take away and eat-in food outlets specialise in local seafood. 

 

Boat launching facilities provide access to the river for fishing and other water activities; hire boats & kayaks are available. Fishing is also popular from the wharf or riverbank. Charter boats are available for offshore fishing bottom and game fishing. The Black Marlin petrol station is a general store which provides fishing tackle supplies.

 

Services include a IGA supermarket, newsagent, post office, seafood restaurant, café, takeaways, bottle shop and the local hotel and Bowling Club has a restaurant and often live entertainment on weekends with a free courtesy bus. You may wish to do a dolphin & whale watching cruise from Huskisson using your 20% discount for Jervis Bay Wild. 

A 15 minute drive will take you to Culburra Beach where you can catch a wave at two of the surf beaches, or walk out onto the peninsula to view dolphins, seals and whales frolicking in the water.

 

The township of Greenwell Point is located 15km at the junction of the Shoalhaven and Crookhaven Rivers near where the river meets the ocean and accessed from the Greenwell Point Road. 

Greenwell Point is a 15 minute drive from Nowra where you may want to visit the cinema for a movie, shopping, Nowra water park at the pool, indoor trampolining, Aldi's or Nowra Fresh produce.

You may catch the Premier or Prior bus or train from Sydney down the coast to Nowra or up the coast from Melbourne. The terminal at Bomaderry Station is where you can get a bus out to Greenwell Point.


The historical townships of Berry and Kangaroo Valley are 25 mins drive with attractions such as antiques, boutique shopping, coffee shops, galleries, markets, restaurants and wineries etc. Easy drive too many other interesting venues such as the Air Museum in HMAS Albatross, west of Nowra or Beecroft Peninsula (15mins) for a days outing.