Berry NSW Shoalhaven Heads, New South Wales 2535
There may be several beaches all over the world that shares the name, but Seven Mile Beach in Shoalhaven is the only one that is part of aviation history. In 1933, it was used by pioneering Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith as his runway for the first commercial flight to New Zealand. The firm sand allowed him to take off successfully that day, and continues to be one of the main reasons why Seven Mile Beach is a famous holiday destination for tourists and locals alike. Popular activities include swimming and surfing, while the Seven Mile Beach National Park offers fishing and walking opportunities.
Don't forget to include Seven Mile Beach in your self-drive getaway to New South Wales. You can find 4 nearby caravan parks in the Shoalhaven area, and the perfect motorhome can be found by using the Quote Calculator.
Phone: (02) 4423 2170
Fax: (02) 4422 7041
Contact Seven Mile Beach for booking enquiries