Bomaderry is a town in the Shoalhaven council district area of New South Wales, Australia. In 2006, it had a population of 6,601 people. It is on the north shore of the Shoalhaven River, across the river from Nowra, the major town of the Shoalhaven, of which Bomaderry is locally regarded as being a suburb.
Bomaderry has several facilities and activities available for people living in the Shoalhaven area, such as community groups, sporting facilities, bush tracks, a theatre company which offers classes and productions to the community the train station and a small shopping district in the heart of the town.
Its railway station is the terminus of the South Coast railway line, which is part of the NSW TrainLink network.
Bomaderry High School is one of the major high schools in the Shoalhaven. The school is renowned for its success in state and national competitions with students ranked as winners or finalists in academic, sporting and cultural activities. In the year 2000 it was the National Winner and NSW State Rock Eisteddfod Premier Division Champion. Nowra Anglican College is a K-12 school as well in Bomaderry, it is well known for its success in all aspects of school achievements. Bomaderry Public School is the main primary school in the area with over 250 students.