Bale Hay While the Sun Shines

Surrounded to the east and south by neighbouring farmland, one of the best things about The Shed Gerroa, is being able to sit back and watch a lot or very little happen. Whether it’s watching the cows amble by, the golf carts zip along the fairways of Gerringong Golf Course in the distance or the swells march up the coast – there is always something to take in. Recently our neighbours had their many acres hay baled which made for interesting viewing. The kids loved the show!

Waves

The South Coast is well known for its great range of waves, both beach and reef breaks, with a couple of the more famous ones just under an hour from The Shed. Thankfully there are usually plenty of quality waves on offer closer by, with some amazing local talent pushing their skills to the limit at the local beaches. You might even catch locals Sally Fitzgibbons & Owen Wright tearing it up between stops on the ASP World Tour. Whether you’re prepared to get amongst the busier bussle of Werri on weekends or head further up or down the coast to find some quieter quality – you’ll be sure to get some nice ones. And if you’re just starting out, Gerroa is known as one of the friendliest learner waves around!

Gerroa Beach

Seven Mile Beach or ‘Gerroa Beach’ as it’s known to the locals, is an incredible stretch of beach to the South of THE SHED.  Fine white sand that seems to roll on forever (for 7 miles in fact!), sheltered rock pool areas and rolling waves in the Northern corner perfect for snorkelling or learning to surf and when the wind hits down beach an incredible playground for daredevil kite and wind surfers. Click here for more info about this magic stretch of nature Seven Mile Beach National Park

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