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The old Nowra Sailing Club

The old Nowra Sailing Club

There is an area alongside the Nowra Public Wharf that used to house an historic building which was utilised by the Nowra Sailing Club from 1964 until it was destroyed by fire on 21 June 2017. But this building has an interesting history spanning more than 100 years....
Shoalhaven River Rock Orchids

Shoalhaven River Rock Orchids

Spring is in the Air Spring has Sprung on the Shoalhaven River with some amazing flowers blooming along the banks. We’ve also seen an increase in the wildlife, especially birds, that are currently spending time on or near the river. It’s a great time to be Cruisin’...
Bridge over the Shoalhaven River

Bridge over the Shoalhaven River

History of the Bridge over the Shoalhaven River at Nowra On 1 August 1881, something BIG was happening around Nowra. A link between the North and South sides of the Shoalhaven River was finally coming to fruition, changing the lives of many people living in the area...
National Indigenous Fire Workshop

National Indigenous Fire Workshop

What the National Indigenous Fire Workshop is all about From Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 July 2018, Shoalhaven River Cruise provided Cultural Water Tours on the Shoalhaven River for the 2018 National Indigenous Fire Workshop being held at Bundanon Trust Estate. 2018 is...
Slipping the Shoalhaven Explorer

Slipping the Shoalhaven Explorer

This month we have been busy with our annual survey inspections on the Shoalhaven Explorer.  Every year we have our vessel inspected to ensure it, along with the equipment, meets the standard to ensure a safe environment for our passengers and crew. There are two...
Interesting details about the Shoalhaven River

Interesting details about the Shoalhaven River

  The Shoalhaven River is a perennial river that starts below ‘Euranbene Mountain’ in southeast NSW at an elevation of 864m. The upper reaches of the river flow northward through an upland pastoral district near Braidwood and works its way down into a...