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Discover the secrets to having the perfect family holiday that you’ve always dreamed of tucked away on the south coast of New South Wales in the beautiful holiday haven of Jervis Bay. You can discover all of this fun, adventure, and enjoyment with your family without ever having to leave the Huskisson Hub – and, if it’s a perfect family holiday that you’re planning, then who could ask for anything more?
If you’re headed to Jervis Bay for your family holiday with your kids, find out how to avoid wasting precious time by finding out the best Jervis Bay family beaches before you go. There are so many beautiful beaches in Jervis Bay, but which are the ideal family beaches for your next holiday with kids?
Are you hesitant about booking in a family weekend away because you’re worried about wet weather ruining your plans? Find out the Top 5 Wet Weather Family Funtime Tips for a weekend at Jervis Bay, so that a bit of rain won’t spoil the family fun!
Magical Jervis Bay could be the answer to your girls’ getaway weekend dreams. Check out the 5 favourite picks for an unforgettable weekend in Jervis Bay. Don’t wait any longer – and plan your perfect weekend at stunning Jervis Bay for a getaway with your bestie girls.
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Exploring Jervis Bay Beaches Exploring Jervis Bay Beaches If you are looking for breath-taking white beaches and crystal clear waters, head to Jervis Bay beaches. About two hours south of Sydney lies one of Australia’s hidden gems, Jervis Bay. The area has some of the...
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How lucky are we…
…living at or around Jervis Bay, the wonderland of unspoilt nature, a paradise like place in the Shoalhaven region on the South Coast of New South Wales. Being locals we know and enjoy the beauty which surrounds us every day. Crystal clear turquoise and blue waters, dolphins surfing the waves, whales exploring the pristine Jervis Bay, beach walks on the white sandy beaches, fantastic bush walks and cycling tracks and countless more natural wonders.
Jervis Bay Life
Your Local Guide to Jervis Bay and Bay and Basin
“Jervis Bay on the South Coast of New South Wales is an unspoilt Paradise.
Jervis Bay is a friendly place to be.
Jervis Bay will draw you under it’s magical spell.”
Jervis Bay with it’s crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, pristine National Parks and lovely coastal towns, is the holiday destination which you will ….
… return to year after year.
If you want to see Dolphins surfing the waves and playfully accompany the dolphin cruise ships, Jervis Bay is the place to do so.
If you want to see whales resting and regrouping on their coastal journey during the migration seasons, Jervis Bay is the place to do so.
If you want to discover the splendidly underwater marine world, Jervis Bay with it’s crystal clear waters is the place to dive into.
The welcoming towns Hyams Beach, Vincentia, Huskisson, Callala Beach and Callala Bay are based around the Jervis Bay. Currarong is located on the ocean facing side of Jervis Bay and offers a lovely protected north-eastern facing beach. The beach extends to the north all the way up to Culburra Beach close to the Crookhaven River and the Shoalhaven River mouth.
The villages and towns Erowal Bay, Sanctuary Point, St. Georges Basin and Basin View are located around the St. Georges Basin and offer numerous holiday accommodations within close proximity to the Jervis Bay. The St. Georges Basin, locally called “The Basin”, is known for it’s great fishing spots. Numerous boat ramps allow for a convenient launch of your boat into the Basin. Sussex Inlet on the southern part of the Basin is the connection to the Tasman Sea. The river like inlet is a unique natural beauty on it’s own. Always worth to discover by boat.
The Beaches of Jervis Bay
What has Hyams Beach in common with some of the world’s most famous seaside destinations like Matira Beach, Bora Bora, Tahiti Datai Bay, Langkawi, Malaysia Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii Luskentyre Beach, Isle of Harris, Scotland Playa Flamenco, Culebra, Puerto Rico White Beach, Boracay, Philippines Whitehaven Beach, Queensland, Australia?
Yes, you got it. That wasn’t too hard, was it? The stunning white sandy beaches and their crystal clear turquoise waters. Hyams Beach is one of the most popular destinations on the shores of Jervis Bay. It is said it has the whitest beach in the world. True or not, the sand on the almost 3 km long beach is white, it is very white, it is so white you will be blinded if you go there without sun glasses. Hyams Beach of course is not the only unspoilt beach to explore in Jervis Bay. Read more in our Local Guide to Jervis Bay about the beaches of Vincentia, Huskisson, Currarong, Callala Bay and Boderee National Park.
Accommodation in Jervis Bay
Looking for hotels, self contained apartments, holiday houses, caravan parks, bed and breakfast? Our local guide to Jervis Bay and the Bay & Basin region will help you find the perfect place to stay. Find your perfect accommodation in our Directory.
Activities in Jervis Bay
Whale & Dolphin Watching Cruises
Activities for Kids