The Suburbs of
Shellharbour Village and Barrack Point
Shellharbour - Barrack Point is bounded by the Little Lake in the north; the Tasman Sea in the east; the locality of Shell Cove, Shellharbour Road, Tuggerah Court and Liddell Street in the south; and Wattle Road, the southern boundary of Blackbutt Forest Reserve, Shellharbour Road, Flinders Close, Bass Street and Barrack Avenue in the west.
Shellharbour Village has an oceanfront strip, buzzing with cafés, restaurants, fish and chips, boutique retail stores and busy bars by night along Addison Street. There are plenty of beauty services and salons throughout the Village and the harbourfront is great for picnics, walking and fishing and has saltwater ocean pools for swimming.
Little Park is a great place for kids, with a playground and picnic shelters and pathways for riding and skating.
Shellharbour Public School sits within the village and has been in the community for 157 years. Shellharbour Village has plenty of accommodation options with an ocean-front tourist park with beach cottages and camping sites, as well as motels, holiday houses and bed and breakfasts available.
Barrack Point sits just north of Shellharbour Village on the water. There is a shared path along Headland Parade where you can ride your bike or walk along the oceanfront leading to Little Lake and Warilla Beach to the north and North Beach Shellharbour to the south. There are exercise stations along the path and picnic tables and public toilets available near Little Lake. Dawes Park on Barrack Avenue is another popular place for families, with BBQ and picnic facilities and a newly updated playground. Barrack Point has waterfront accommodation options with caravan parks and Airbnbs available to book.
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