Sweet teeth catered for this summer with creation of a South Coast Sweets Trail

Sweet tooth: A chocolate platter made by TAFE students at Destiny's Restaurant in Bomaderry. Picture: Greg Ellis.
Sweet tooth: A chocolate platter made by TAFE students at Destiny's Restaurant in Bomaderry. Picture: Greg Ellis.

Shops, cafes, producers and eateries that specialise in selling or making sweets and treats are being invited to help create a 'Sweets Trail' on the South Coast.

Shoalhaven Tourism is encouraging operators to fill out a survey explaining what kinds of treats they offer before creating a brochure and online Sweets Trail presence.

The Sweets Trail will identify where locals and visitors can find and get their chocolate, cake, lolly and cocktail fix this Spring and Summer.

It will also highlight workshops or other treat related experiences that will lure people to the region and have locals drooling in the warmer months ahead.

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