24 May 2017
Travel On the edge of a housing estate in Shellharbour is Killalea Beach. It’s known the world over as “The Farm” – hallowed ground for crusty surfers and grommets alike. The Farm’s south-east facing orientation and natural point break means there’s surf pretty much all-year round. It’s drawn surfers since 1960, who used to creep across a farmer’s fences to access the beach below. The area features 250 hectares of state parkland, and was officially named a national surfing reserve back in 2009. For the board-less, walking trails snake around the headland, and there’s a cafe up on the rise.