Nowra/Ulladulla (Shoalhaven City Council):
The median price for a three bedroom house in Nowra is $450,000. To rent the same property, the median price is $350.00 per week.
The median price for a three bedroom house in Ulladulla is $599,000. To rent the same property, the median price is $420.00 per week
Distance from Sydney 159kms in a south westerly direction.
Summer temperatures average 27.7° to 116.6°and winters 16.6° to 6.6°. The mean annual rainfall is 901mm. (BOM data).
Across the Council area the main employer is health care and social assistance followed by retail trade, construction, public administration and safety and education and training.
Approximately 200kms south of Sydney lies the picturesque area of the Shoalhaven. It is one of three council areas which take in the coast south of the Illawarra. Its administrative centre and largest city is Nowra, a bustling centre of 35,795 people. Next in population and further south is the town of Ulladulla. Among the many other towns and villages are Berry, Bomaderry, Sanctuary Point, Mollymook Beach, Shoalhaven Heads, St Georges Basin and Vincentia.
Given the temperate climate of the region, it is a great spot for the growing of all manner of delicious food items. These are then sold at markets which are held in almost every town and village in the Shoalhaven. A few of the other attractions of the area are the Sussex Inlet Choppers for Charity in February, White Sands Festival in March at Huskisson since 2007 and the Jervis Bay Arts Festival in June since 2008. The Nowra Community Dragonboat Regatta is held in September, the Berry Gardens Festival in October and the Ulladulla harbourside festival in December,
With stunning beaches and kilometres of rivers and lakes, water sports such as boating, water skiing, surf life saving, surfing, fishing, sailing swimming and water skiing are all very popular. Additionally a number of leisure centres and sporting clubs are able to offer facilities for AFL, athletics, basketball, bowls, cricket, croquet, golf, gymnastics, hockey, judo, karate, netball, roller skating, rugby league, rugby union, skateboarding, soccer, table tennis, tennis, touch football and volleyball.
For education in the Shoalhaven, residents are spoilt for choice. There are 24 public, 2 Catholic and 2 private primary schools together with 5 public, 1 Catholic and 1 private high school. The University of Wollongong’s Nowra campus and the Nowra campus of Illawarra TAFE provides a range of courses to suit most aspiring students. TAFE also has campuses at Bomaderry and Milton/Ulladulla. The Shoalhaven Community College is also at Bomaderry.
Those seeking medical information will be pleased to see what is on offer in the Shoalhaven. There are four hospitals including the District hospital in Nowra which provides the full range of services including emergency, surgical, obstetrics etc. There is also a private hospital in Nowra which provides surgical and medical services. There is a rural hospital at Milton and the David Berry Hospital in Berry provides rehabilitation and palliative care. All of the major centres and even some smaller towns now have access to GP services, chemists, dentists and all the allied health therapists required by the community. There are numerous Community Health Centres throughout the region. The area is well serviced by aged care facilities such as nursing homes, hostels etc.
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Housing Data: Sourced from www.realestate.com.au current as at 7/18.
Careers Data: Sourced from ABS.
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