Shirley

" Average people and the average community can change the world. "

Lois Gibbs 

 

The small rural community of Shirley is located 16 kilometres west of Sooke. Shirley is home to approximately 500 permanent residents. 

The Sheringham Point Lighthouse was built in 1912 and is still in use today. 

There are many parks nearby with trails for hiking and biking. There are several beaches in and around Shirley for beachcombing, swimming, and sunbathing. The fishing is always good around Shirley. 

There is little in the way of services in Shirley. All the services one would require can be found in nearby Sooke. Shirley does have a community hall, built in 1937, and a restaurant. 

If you are considering calling Shirley home, BC Island Homes.com has detailed listings of homes and properties for sale in Shirley.

Your West Coast.com has an Accommodations Directory with a complete list of the bed & breakfasts, cabins & cottages, condos & suites, farm stays, hotels, inns & motels, lodges, resorts & retreats, and vacation homes available to welcome you to Shirley. 

While staying in Shirley, what better way to learn about the community than to seize the opportunity for some fun, food, and education! Your West Coast.com has a complete range of directories for you to enjoy everything Shirley has to offer. Plan out your day, your weekend, or your week in Shirley using Your West Coast directories that include Arts Culture & HeritageFarms Farmers & FoodFestivals & EventsRecreation & Leisure, and Business & Services.

Community Events:

Check the Shirley community calendar on Your West Coast.com every day for upcoming annual events, arts, meetings, recreation, music, and education in your community.