South Coast map:
The South Coast of New South Wales spans a stretch of coastline over 400 kilometres in length.
Commencing at Wollongong, the state's third largest city which is 80 kilometres south of Sydney, the region is wedged between the mountains and forests of the Great Dividing Range and beautiful beaches.
Visitors come to the South Coast to experience spectacular coastal scenery, swimming and surf beaches, fishing, quaint villages and seaside resort towns. Inland, there are lush pastures, rolling hills and rugged National Parks.
The Princes Highway traverses the entire length of the South Coast with most the region's attractions accessible either directly from the highway or just a short detour off this main road.
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