Berry – A march will step off at 10.30am from outside the Berry RSL Sub-Branch Hall in Alexandra Street. A commemorative service will start at approximately 10.45am and follow the standard format for previous years.
Bomaderry – At 5.45am a dawn service will be held at Walsh Memorial Park in Bomaderry which will be open to the public. The main service, for those marching to Walsh Park, will assemble at the Bomaderry RSL Club at 9am and will step off at 9.15, with the service to follow at the cenotaph.
Callala Beach – A memorial service will be held at the cenotaph in the grounds of the Callala RSL Country Club starting at 10am.
Culburra Beach – An informal dawn service will start at 6am. Attendees please be at the Culburra War Memorial, Fred Evans Lane, before 6am. The Culburra march will form up at the Culburra Bowling and Recreation Club car park at 10.10am, stepping off at 10.20am, march to the war memorial at Fred Evans Lane, Culburra Beach. Note – Road works may prevent the march being held.
Greenwell Point – The Nowra RSL Sub-Branch will hold the dawn service. Form up at 5.10am outside the Memorial Hall, march off at 5.25am to Anzac Park for the service. Anzac breakfast at Greenwell Point Memorial Hall at conclusion of service. Tea/Coffee, hot soup, sausage sandwiches etc.
Gerringong – Gerringong RSL Sub-Branch will be conducting its Anzac Day Dawn Service at 6am. The dawn service is held at the Memorial Plaque and flag pole on the headland at the eastern end of Belinda Street and southern end of Tasman Drive. The concrete pathway leads to the service area.
HMAS Creswell public service – Dawn service – 6am start – The Royal Australian Naval College on the shores of Jervis Bay stages a dawn service for personnel and the local Jervis Bay community. There will be limited space available, so those planning to attend are urged to arrive in plenty of time to get onto the base, park your car and make your way to the memorial garden.
Huskisson – A march will assemble from 10am, stepping off at 10.30am along Hawke Street, proceeding down Owen Street, turning at the end of the street, then proceeding into Currambene Street to Voyager Park with a service at 11am. A special feature this year will be a 50-piece brass band from Trinity Grammar School in Sydney.
Kangaroo Valley – Assemble at the Friendly Inn at 9.45am with a short march to the cenotaph. The march starts at 10am followed by the service. Moss Vale Road will be closed between 9am and noon. There will also be a Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) flyover.
Nowra – The Nowra RSL Sub-Branch march will form up at 10.10am outside the post office on Junction Street, near Berry Street. March off 10.30am to the Nowra memorial at the corner of Junction and West streets. Service to start at 11am.
Milton-Ulladulla – The Milton Ulladulla ExServos Club and Milton Ulladulla RSL Sub-Branch will be hosting a dawn service at the Milton Ulladulla ExServos Club, Princes Highway, Ulladulla at 5.45am. At Milton the march is on the Princes Highway, muster at the corner of Church Street and Princes Highway at 10.15am. Main service at the cenotaph in Memorial Park, Milton at 11.15am.
Shoalhaven Heads – A dawn service will take place at the Shoalhaven Heads Memorial Park just before 6am. Assemble at 5.30am adjacent to the village shops in Shoalhaven Heads Road, with march to start at 5.45am to the Shoalhaven Heads Memorial Park via Shoalhaven Heads Road for the service.
St Georges Basin Memorial Service – Assemble at the Lions Park Memorial, Island Point Road (opposite Sourdough bakery) at 10.50am for service starting at 11am.
Sussex Inlet – Dawn service to be held at the Sussex Inlet RSL War Memorial on Jacobs Drive. The service starts at 6am. March form up from 9.30am at the Sub Branch Memorial Hall, 18 Nielson Road. March 400m down Jacobs Drive (main street) to RSL War Memorial for main service.
Come down to Black Beach Kiama for the annual Family Fun Day with a heap of market stalls, egg and spoon race and other activities for the kids (with thanks to Kiama Girl Guides!) rides, show bags, street food, face painting, jumping castle and more. Be there for all of the fun!…
Stuck on what to do with the kids in the rain? Why not have a look at Funland Ulladulla! This amusement park is the perfect day-trip spot for the family to enjoy!
Funland Ulladulla offers an arcade experience in the South Coast. It is home to many of the worlds leading arcade games as well as specialised attractions such as Dodgem Cars, Laser Tag, Simulation Rides and much more including birthday parties & group bookings. A world where you take the lead and enjoy time by yourself or as a family, you won’t be disappointed!
Funland, first born in the small town of Ulladulla, begun with just a few trampolines and pinball machines. Now, almost 50 years on Funland Ulladulla has grown to now be 3 floors of premium arcade entertainment.
Funland Australia took over the business in 2015 and has upgraded and modernized to become a world-class family orientated one-stop entertainment venue, with Dodgem Cars, 2 storey Laser Tag arena, Jumpstar drop ride plus both modern and old school arcade facilities.
Funland Ulladulla is open 7 days a week from 9:30am – 9:30pm
The South Coast is home to many beautiful beaches, some of which are debated as having the world’s whitest sands along their shore.
These stunning locations are not something that you should miss out on during your visit to our local area! This is why the 100 beach challenge was created, to ensure that everyone gets to enjoy the scenery and explore our crystal clear waters.
Take the challenge yourself and embark on an adventure through National Parks, explore rockpools, go surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, fishing, snorkelling and so much more! You can register for the challenge and start playing now or download the printable version and share it with your crew.