PHOTOS: Memories of holidays past Jan. 9, 2015, 1 a.m. South Coast holiday snaps from years gone by. PHOTOS: Memories of holidays past Barrack Point, 1956. Dianne Charge at Barrack Point in 1963 looking towards Windang Island.Barrack Point, 1956. Karen Tarlington's family photo was taken at Pebbly Beach in the 1954. They camped there each year in a canvas tent.Dianne Saxton at Shellharbour in 1949. Shellharbour 1951. Narooma surf beach (south end) in 1948. Pictured are Fay Davis and Errol Mitchell. Photo courtesy of Cristine Joy. Julie Fourter's parents on their first trip to Seaview Caravan Park, at Shadracks Creek, Eden, in around 1955. It became an annual trip. Jenny Drenkhahn's Aunty Joan at Boydtown Beach Eden circa 1948. Waterskiing Wallagoot Lake 1960s. A family sailing day at Quarantine Bay, Eden, in the 1960s.Jackie King and family at Huskisson circa 1975A footy game at Long Beach, Batemans Bay in the 1940s. Norman Mitchell Sr on the right was the proprietor of The Royal Cafe in Batemans Bay.A picnic at Moruya Heads. Ilma Walter is second from left, second row. Photo courtesy Moruya and District Historical Society. Honeymoon Point, Wagonga Inlet, in about 1958. Photo courtesy of Cristine Joy.Mourya Airport in about 1960.Narooma in about 1958. Fay Mitchell (now Brown) with children Norman and Narelle.Dalmeny in about 1984. R-L: Glenn Sharp, Damien Kirkwood, Renee Kirkwood (Baker), and Nathan Kirkwood.Beach picnics - 1908 style. This photo was taken at (North Head) Moruya Heads in approximately 1908. Ilma Walter is on the extreme left. Courtesy of Moruya and District Historical Society. This tent is a far cry from the big beach houses on the headland at Mossy Point today. Pictured is the tent of Mr Theo Cooper (Queanbeyan) at Mossy Point in 1934. Photo courtesy of the Moruya and District Historical Society. The bridge at Mullimburrah Point, Bingie, that crossed the chasm pictured on a postcard dated around 1933. Batemans Bay in the 1920s.Corrigans Beach, south of Batemans Bay, in the 1950s. Bowls in Batemans Bay. Casey's Beach, south of Batemans Bay, in the 1950s. Outside the old golf club. An early shot of the Batemans Bay Golf Club. Camping at Tomakin, January 1977. Sharkproof baths in Batemans Bay. Broulee Beach, 1981. Horses waiting for the punt. Broulee Beach, January 1981. Bermagui's Blue Pool in the 1960s. Main street Batemans Bay 1921. The Batemans Bay Picture Theatre in 1949. The Batemans Bay swimming pool in the 1940s. Batemans Bay from the air in the 1950s. The Anglican Church on Beach Road, Batemans Bay, in 1923. Batemans Bay in the 1960s. Trampoline fun. Broulee in the late 1970s. Annett's store in the 1930s. Batemans Bay from the air in 1981. Camping at Candalagan Creek, Broulee in 1938. Courtesy of the Moruya and District Historical Society. Batemans Bay Hospital in the 1960s. Batemans Bay Bowling Club in 1954. Broulee Beach, 1981. Nelligen punt, 1960, before the bridge was built. The newly opened Batemans Bay Soldiers Club. Circus Royale 1981.Nelligen before 1960. Junction Street, Nowra, 1949. Narooma Bowling Club in the olden days...Narooma Bowling Club members way back then....The original Narooma Bowling Club and greens at the site where Club Narooma now sits. No bowls that day with the greens covered in water.Members of Narooma Men's Bowling Club... among the first ever members....The punt that crossed the Clyde River in Batemans Bay 1954.The Batemans Bay punt that crossed the Clyde River taken in 1954.The official opening of the Narooma Bridge...The Narooma Bridge during its construction...Celebrating Australia Day in Bodalla on August 18, 1915...Montague Island in the days when a boat shipped supplies to the light house keeper and the draft horses carted the goods up the hill to the house.The Bate Family at Old Yaringah in 1902...The Bodalla Arms Hotel c. 1900The Bodalla Arms Hotel pre 1910...The Narooma Bridge opening on June 20, 1931....Narooma's Wagonga Street... The main street of Bodalla in 1914.A crowd at the old Tilba Agriculture Hall...The entrance to Wagonga Inlet... before the 'Bar' was built.Camping at Potato Point in the 60's.... no need for a fire break then...It was good fishing at Potato Point back in the 60's...The Bodalla Arms Hotel when it was McConkey's Hotel during the 60's, a time when women weren't allowed in the public bar!The harbour at Shellharbour in the 1940s. The northern end of Werri Beach looking towards Saddleback and Mt Pleasant. You can see "Renfrew Park" in the centre distance, and the old Omega School on the right.Werri Beach, 1950. TweetFacebook of ╳exitRELATED CONTENT: PHOTOS: Batemans Bay, then and nowDo you have any old photos of your holidays on the South Coast? Please email them to email@example.com for inclusion in our gallery!