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Getting here: 

Car - most people travel to Callala Bay using a car.  There is a 50kph speed limit within the gazetted town area of Callala Bay.

Public bus - https://stuarts-coaches.s3.ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/timetable.pdf

http://www.shoalhaventransportguide.com.au/map.html

This link is also where you will find the school bus timetables - should you have children travelling out of the village for schooling and also the services to the closest train connection (Bomaderry).

Cycling - cyclists are welcome and there are a number of SHARED pathways around the village and foreshore to enjoy safe cycling.  There are also many bush tracks suitable for cyclists - although it is always wise to let someone know your planned route.

Please be aware that the main roads into the village do not have cycle ways. 

The gazetted roads from the highway (Forest Road) and from Culburra/Greenwell Point and Currarong, that lead out to our village are:

  • in some parts narrow

  • not clear of hazards (e.g. pot holes, wildlife (both dead and alive) and rubbish

  • not well lit.

Scooters - please be careful around our wonderful youngsters, and not so young, as they practice their skills.

A reminder - "Personal e-scooters remain illegal on NSW roads and road-related areas, including footpaths, shared paths and bicycle lanes. They can only be used on private property." https://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/stayingsafe/e-scooters/index.html

Shoalhaven LAC - NSW Police Force and relevant maritime authorities - regularly patrol the village (day and night) and the bay environs to ensure our community safety. Also, we have a strong neighbourhood watch philosophy within the community - SAFE CALLALA.

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