Sussex Inlet (the name conjures a
fabulous spot) )is a diversion town from the Main coastal hgy. Sussex
Inlet is a recognised holiday resort town that has coastal and river
like recreation possibilities. Sussex Inlet is a modern town that has
grown quite quickly in modern times.
It lies on the west bank of the waterway called Sussex
Inlet, which divides New South Wales from the Jervis Bay Nat Park and
there is a located about 10 km east of Sussex Inlet.
In 2006, the population of the State Suburb of Sussex
Inlet was 3,618.
The town of Sussex Inlet is located on the west bank
of Sussex Inlet; the east bank of Sussex Inlet is the Booderie Nat
The population is service with just
the basic services with Nowra filling the gap.
The Churches in Sussex Inlet are all
small and modern.
The Tavern fulfils the social
The Sussex Inlet War memorial is
located near the quite large RSL.
With the ‘inlet’ being a resort town
there is a strong case to visit. Either have a stopover or time the
visit for refreshment.