Now that the weather is warming up and regional travel is allowed for NSW residents, we’re encouraging people to visit some of the beautiful towns along the South Coast. In this blog post, we’ll talk about Albion Park and all it has to offer.
Ravensthorpe Guest House and Restaurant – Great for a high tea, lunch or dinner, Ravensthorpe Guest House & Restaurant is the ideal place to eat and enjoy fine dining. You can also stay overnight and enjoy the beautifully kept grounds, pool and tennis court.
The HARS Aviation Museum - The HARS Aviation Museum is an all-volunteer group of Aviation Professionals and Enthusiasts. The museum provides the unique opportunity to access many aircraft and to see restorations in progress.
Macquarie Pass National Park – Enjoy the picnic area and bushwalks that the national park has to offer. The open grass areas are perfect to kick back on a rug and relax.
Illawarra Light Railway Museum - Provides a place for public exhibition of light railway locomotives and rolling stock, along with other related items of historical interests.
Illawarra fly tree top adventures – Accessible from Jamberoo mountain road, you can take a walk through the treetops or do a zip line tour.
Best places to eat in Albion Park
Joe’s Milkbar – Old school burgers, thick cut chips, donuts and coffee. What more could you want? Located in Albion Park shopping village there’s plenty of parking and quick service.
Blue Jay Café – Kick back with a hot coffee and take in the views of the breathtaking escarpment right in front of you. Blue Jay has ample outdoor seating and is a great place to take the kids with a small grass area for them to play.
We hope this guide is helpful when deciding what to see and do during your trip in and around Albion Park. Be sure to check out the other NSW south coast towns featured in our blog. Support the local business and community by visiting these coastal towns this year. Want to get in touch? Visit our Albion Park branch page for contact details.
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