The team at Elders Real Estate Shellharbour pride ourselves on creating a trusted, independent, family run business offering a fresh new approach to Real Estate and that is, to seek the very best outcome for clients by developing strong relationships built on communication and honesty. Our small group of dynamic and focused team provide and support real advantages for our clients throughout their real estate journey. Our Elders office, nestled within Shellharbour Village competes in the greater Shellharbour ambitious property market. A property market that is changing and growing by the day. The clear benefits from choosing Elders Shellharbour, are our buyer engagement strategy, which is your real advantage. While we provide you with a clear, well thought out strategy for every aspect of the sale, including marketing, pricing, communication and negotiation, it’s our buyer engagement strategy that really maximizes results. You the vendor are always our primary concern, our agents also create an environment and relationship where there are high levels of buyer trust, transparency and assistance to ensure the buyer is ready, willing and able to commit to the property. Your agent will determine your final factor of your success, the Price!
Our ultimate aim in real estate is to raise the industry standard by constantly improving and providing outstanding property services. We want to give more to our beautiful region by offering a valuable service to the community.
Over time, we have gained the skills and the reputation of experts in our field, we provide only the best real estate services: Property Sales, Residential, Commercial and Stock & Station Agents, Property Management, Buyer Management; Buyer Agents and Bidders Agents.
The City of Shellharbour is a local government area in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia. The City is located about 100 kilometres south of Sydney and covers the southern suburbs of the Wollongong urban area centred on Shellharbour and it had an estimated population of 68,460 at the 2016 census. The area is bordered by the City of Wollongong to the north, with the boundary being the Lake Illawarra entrance (and the suburb of Lake Illawarra) and Macquarie Rivulet (Albion Park Rail). The Municipality of Kiama is to the south of the City of Shellharbour.
Shellharbour is a charming seaside destination where you can relax on beautiful beaches, wander through rare littoral rainforest, enjoy fishing and boating, explore a World War II shipwreck on a diving tour, visit museums or play a round of golf. Enjoy a delicious selection of outdoor cafes and restaurants in Shellharbour Village, an ocean-front strip near the small harbour. The 1929-built Ocean Beach Hotel looks over the harbour. On either side of the harbour are the main beaches, Shellharbour North Beach and Shellharbour South Beach. South of the village is the heritage-listed Bass Point Reserve. You can explore the reserve’s littoral rainforest on walking trails and discover more about Bass Point’s ancient past on a sign-posted Aboriginal cultural heritage walk in one of the most important indigenous historical sites in NSW. In the waters off Bass Point are six shipwrecks, the first dating back to 1879. One of the outstanding diving and snorkelling spots in Australia, the Bass Point Marine Area includes the Bushrangers Bay Aquatic Reserve, a protected embayment with amazing undersea cliffs teeming with sea creatures. Surfers will be thrilled with some of the best waves in Australia. The Farm and Mystics in the Killalea State Recreation Area are declared National Surfing Reserves, a register of Australia’s iconic surfing locations. Bring your board or take a lesson with surf schools such as Pines Surfing Academy. You can pitch your tent in the Killalea campground. Other fun things to do and see include walking trails to littoral rainforest and seabird breeding areas. From scenic vantage points, spot humpback whales between May and November. There are lovely picnic areas and barbecue facilities as well. The picturesque Links Shell Cove golf course is nearby. After golf, savour refreshments at the Tavern in the clubhouse. Another tasty place is The Shellharbour Club, nicknamed Shelly’s. There is a vibrant street market-style dining area called the Precinct, and the club’s entertainment caters for all ages. Cycling along the spectacular Shellharbour coastline is wonderful, too. Bring your bicycle or hire one and explore the extensive network of shared paths, including the foreshore of shimmering Lake Illawarra, a popular waterway for stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking and other fun water sports. One of the newly created developments in the Shellharbour region is the upcoming Shellharbour Marina, this innovative lifestyle called The Waterfront will consist of walkways, restaurants, eateries, a Tavern and will boast an approximately 270 berth Boat Harbour featuring a world class marina with direct access to the Tasman Sea, a lively town centre, marina berths, dry stack storage, charter boat operations, a public boat ramp and a variety of commercial marina facilities and services.