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Explore beautiful Jervis Bay within the unspoilt region of the NSW South Coast. Discover fine white sands and crystal clear waters in a marine park home to dolphins and seals. You'll also marvel at majestic whales as they migrate along the coast. Enchanting national parks are great for bushwalking and are filled with native wildlife and fascinating Aboriginal heritage. Enjoy water activities including kayaking, boating, fishing, diving and surfing. This magnificent region offers relaxation in spectacular settings where you can do as much or as little as you choose.
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A beautiful town with a rich shipbuilding heritage, Huskisson is on the shores of the spectacular Jervis Bay Marine Park in the Shoalhaven region. The crystal-blue waters are home to abundant marine life, including bottlenose dolphins, fur seals, little penguins and weedy sea dragons.
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Booderee National Park

Booderee National Park is a place of outstanding natural beauty offering a wide range of activities including bushwalking, camping, cycling, boating, swimming, fishing and snorkelling. Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and is a significant place for Koori people. Learn about Koori culture and traditional foods through Booderee's Aboriginal interpretive program.
Adresse: Jervis Bay Road, Jervis Bay, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4443 0977
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Coastal Camping

Enjoy a camping experience unlike any other by setting up a tent with your family and friends on the beaches around Jervis Bay. Camp moments away from the beach at the Bristol Point, Cave Beach and Green Patch camp grounds located within the beautiful Booderee National Park.
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Jervis Bay is one of the most popular fishing destinations on the NSW South Coast. The rock platforms on the northern side of the bay are renowned for land-based game fishing for species such as marlin, tuna and kingfish. Inside the bay, chase bream, whiting and flathead from many of the beaches. Experienced local fishing operators offer great fishing adventure tours in and around the bay.
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Whale Watching

Watch these majestic creatures swim and play in the waters along the NSW South Coast during their annual migration between May and November. Whale numbers have risen substantially around Jervis Bay in recent years, making the area are great place to watch these graceful mammals from shore or the deck of a tour boat. The viewing platform in Booderee National Park, located at Cape St George Lighthouse, is a splendid observation point. Perpendicular Lighthouse, at the southern end of the Beecroft Peninsula in the Jervis Bay Military Reserve, also offers a good vantage point.
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Stand-up Paddleboarding

The Jervis Bay area features several lakes, inlets and calm surf beaches from where you can begin a stand-up paddleboarding adventure. Most locations have nearby parking if you're bringing your own paddleboard, or there are several operators along the coast offering rental, tours and private or group lessons. Paddleboarding in the Jervis Bay Marine Park gives you the chance to be surrounded by colourful sea life including dolphins, eagle rays, penguins, fish and birds.
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Shoalhaven Zoo

Shoalhaven Zoo is the largest zoo on the New South Wales South Coast, bringing together over 100 species of native and exotic mammals, birds, and reptiles. Set in 16 acres of native bushland and resting on the banks of the beautiful Shoalhaven River, you'll find plenty to see and do during your visit. After spending time exploring the zoo you can relax with a picnic by the river, cook up a barbecue or eat in the delightful Zoo Haven Cafe while taking in the wonderful views. And before you leave, don't forget to browse through the gift shop where you will find a great selection of souvenirs to remind you of your visit.
Adresse: 23 Rockhill Road, North Nowra NSW 2541
Telefon: +61 2 4421 3949
Billetter: From $17
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Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay

Dolphin Watch Cruises - the most experienced cruise company in Jervis Bay, operating for over 25 years, who have now won more then 25 tourism awards. Jervis Bay is home to 120 resident bottlenose dolphins who live inside Jervis Bay all year round. The average sighting rate for dolphins is 99 per cent. Dolphin cruises are available all year round. Whale season is mid May to late November and you can see humpbacks, southern right, minke, as well as seals, penguins and albatross. TEKIN III The Spirit of Jervis Bay, is a 17 metre triple deck catamaran, with five viewing platforms and is 80 per cent under cover for all weather cruising. Dolphin and whale watch cruises include complimentary morning/afternoon tea.
Adresse: 50 Owen Street, Huskisson NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4441 6311
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Sea Kayak Jervis Bay

Sea Kayak Jervis Bay (SKJB) is a fully accredited Outdoor Adventure Tour Operator with over 20 years of full time operation in the Jervis Bay region of the South Coast of NSW. The Jervis Bay Marine Park, 2.5 hours south of Sydney, offers world class bay, sea, river and mangrove paddling experiences in crystal clear waters, with white sands, protected coves and surf breaks hosting resident dolphins, migrating Humpbacks and abundant fish and bird life. Sea Kayak Jervis Bay offer a range of quality kayaking tours, courses and outdoor education activities. Enjoy a day of adventure with their popular sea kayak trip, a simple short Sit On Top paddle with the family, an overnight camp or go it alone by hiring from their modern fleet of Expedition Sea Kayaks on Jervis Bay and surrounding waterways.
Adresse: Unit 2 / 3 Snapper Road, Woollamia NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4441 7027
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Trees Adventure Nowra Park

Trees Adventure is an eco-adventure experience. The park features exciting and challenging courses high in the tree canopy, that will have you swinging, leaping, climbing and flying through the forest. The course lets you experience Australia's unique landscape, allowing thrill seekers and nature enthusiasts to experience the trees like never before. Flying foxes zip between the trees at exhilarating speeds, while cargo nets, rope bridges and wooden obstacles offer physical challenges high above the ground. There's even an airborne skateboard! The courses become increasingly difficult as you climb higher into the canopy, which means that you can find the right level to suit you. Suits ages from four years up to adult, and yes, there are even extreme "black" courses for the really adventurous!
Adresse: 23 Rock Hill Road, North Nowra NSW 2541
Telefon: +61 2 4421 4830
Åpningstider: Closed Christmas Day & New Years Day
Billetter: From : $ 25 - To $ 48
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Cambewarra Estate Winery

Cambewarra Estate Winery lies at the foothills of the majestic Cambewarra Mountain in the Shoalhaven Coast wine region - only 2.5 hours South from Sydney. A 2nd generation family run winery, with a focus on quality over quantity. Cambewarra Estate Winery offer a diverse range of premium, award winning wines, with something to suit everyone. The Estate features a cellar door, restaurant, a boutique garden studio Bed and Breakfast, a function centre and stunning outdoor surrounds ideal for weddings, private functions and events. Their child and pet friendly cellar door is open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.
Adresse: 520 Illaroo Road, Bangalee NSW 2541
Telefon: +61 2 4446 0170
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Two Figs Winery

Two Figs is a boutique winery and vineyard located 12 kilometres from Berry. Its spectacular position offers panoramic 360 degree views from the beaches of Shoalhaven Heads along the expanse of the Shoalhaven River and beyond. Two Figs vineyard was planted in 2003. The winery is now producing wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chambourcin and Verdelho. The climate is temperate with maritime influences and produces soft, approachable wines. Winemaker Shayne Bricker now offers these premium wines for tasting on the cellar door with himself or Leah amidst the equipment and barrels of a working winery. Come and buy a bottle of wine and a gourmet local plate and enjoy the scenery.
Adresse: 905 Bolong Road, Berry NSW 2535
Telefon: +61 2 4448 5003
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Fleet Air Arm Museum

The Royal Australian Navy invites you, your family and friends to visit the Fleet Air Arm Museum at HMAS Albatross Nowra. Explore and experience the story of naval aviation from its beginnings to the present day. The current exhibition "Wings over Water" tells the story of naval aviation in Australia, with aircraft from the 20th Century, ranging from a World War One Sopwith Pup to an A4 Skyhawk jet fighter. The exhibition also includes examples of allied and foreign aircraft, like the MiG-17 fighter. Showcases and audio visual displays add to the stories of these aircraft and those who flew and fixed them. Individual displays include the US 135th Assault Helicopter that incorporated the RAN Helicopter Flight-Vietnam and a special exhibit on Admiral Sir Victor Smith. The Museum's flight simulator provides a 'virtual experience', for all ages, on what it is like in the pilot's seat.
Adresse: 489a Albatross Road, Nowra NSW 2541
Telefon: +61 2 4424 1920
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Jindyandy Mill

The historic Jindyandy Mill is one of the most popular one stop shopping destinations on the South Coast, just five minutes off the highway from Nowra. The Mill itself was built in 1830 and was the first convict built brick building south of Sydney. Set in a picturesque parkland with relaxing views across the paddocks and river flats to the mountains. There are five specialty shops including Antiques, Dress shop, Hairdresser, Bric-a-brac, and a delicious Lolly shop, gift and Christmas store. There is also a cafe featuring fabulous locally sourced organic cuisine. Plenty of easy parking and lots of room to stretch your legs. Treats, treasures and bargains you won't find anywhere else.
Adresse: 719 Greenwell Point Road, Pyree NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4447 0258
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Booderee Botanic Gardens

Booderee Botanic Gardens are owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and are the only Aboriginal owned botanic gardens in Australia. Learn about bush tucker, the medicinal uses of plants and the long association that Koori people have had with the area. A range of facilities and services are available to help visitors explore the gardens, including formed paths, self-guided and guided walks, interpretive displays and picnic areas.
Telefon: +61 2 4443 0977
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Cape St George Lighthouse

The heritage-listed Cape St George Lighthouse ruins are perched on the edge of spectacular cliffs in Booderee National Park. The lighthouse lookout offers stunning sea and cliff views - a fantastic place to watch whale migrations between May and November.
Telefon: +61 2 4443 0977
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Jervis Bay Marine Park

The Jervis Bay Marine Park is home to dolphins, seals, penguins, seabirds and many other animals. Scuba diving, snorkelling, swimming, surfing and fishing are popular activities in the crystal clear waters. Explore various walking trails available in the surrounding Jervis Bay National Park and see whales swim through these waters during their annual migration along the coast between May and November.
Telefon: +61 2 4428 3000
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Jervis Bay National Park

With white sands, crystal clear waters, forests, woodlands and wetlands, this beautiful South Coast national park is a popular destination. Its Aboriginal heritage dates back thousands of years and local Aboriginal people have strong connections with the land and waters. Explore the incredible White Sands Walk and Scribbly Gum Track, relax on uncrowded beaches, and swim, fish or snorkel in the invigorating waters.
Telefon: +61 2 4428 3000
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Jervis Bay Maritime Museum

Discover the history of Jervis Bay at this fascinating museum. The centrepiece is the Lady Denman, a wooden Sydney Harbour ferry built in Huskisson in 1911 and retired in 1979. She was returned home in 1980 and now rests in a purpose-built building. At a waterfront location on Currambene Creek, the museum is in a beautiful bush setting and includes a large recreation area with native gardens, a mangrove boardwalk, fish feeding pond, boathouse, and historic buildings.
Adresse: 4 Woollamia Road, Huskisson, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4441 5675
Åpningstider: 10am – 4pm daily
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White Sands Walk and Scribbly Gum Track

The White Sands Walk and the Scribbly Gum Track are interconnected walking trails that create a delightful – and easy – loop within Jervis Bay National Park. Start the White Sands Walk at Greenfield Beach picnic area, or begin farther north at Plantation Point to enjoy a longer route. You’ll be treated to incredible water views and visit great locations for birdwatching and glimpsing dolphins. The return leg along the Scribbly Gum Track takes you through scenic woodland.
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Yarrawa Estate

Yarrawa Estate Vineyard is nestled in between the rugged escarpments of Upper Kangaroo Valley, offering unmatched scenic beauty. This vineyard enjoys a temperate climate with rich volcanic and alluvial soils, providing an ideal environment for viticulture. Farm tours available by appointment to observe macadamia, walnut, pecan, and Japanese raisin trees plus large citrus grove. Seasonal farm produce is also available for purchase. Visit Yarrawa Estate cellar door for wine tastings. Sample nuts, jams, and pickles whilst enjoying the picturesque views. Wines produced include chambourcin (spray free and hand-picked), unwooded chardonnay (clean and fruity), verdelho (lovely summer wine), chardonnay (softly wooded, complements seafood, poultry), cabernet (Barossa Valley grapes), shiraz (mature, full bodied wine, great with most foods, pinot noir brut (apertif style with crisp finish), sauvignon blanc/semillon (easy drinking luncheon wine, Jasmin Grace (made with muscatel grapes, everyone's favourite) Their fortifieds include white port, red port, muscat and walnut liquor wine.
Adresse: 43B Scotts Road, Upper Kangaroo River NSW 2577
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Flour Water Salt

The philosophy of Flour Water Salt is simple. Yes, simple. They believe you don't have to do a million things, just a few and do those few right. They don't offer countless types of breads, cakes or sandwich varieties, just a few that they think are delicious, and they hope that you will think so too. Quality ingredients, skilled producers and passion - from start to finish.
Adresse: 87 Princes Highway, Milton NSW 2538
Telefon: +61 2 4454 2504
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Queen Street Eatery and Wine Bar

A new addition to the South Coast dining scene, Queen Street Eatery is a small and intimate venue for a special lunch, dinner or a casual breakfast with family and friends. The menu is inspired by the simple comforts of rustic French fare with a fresh Australian coastal interpretation and a fun wine list focussing on French and unique wine styles. To avoid disappointment, bookings are recommended for lunch and dinner.
Adresse: 1/65 Queen Street, Berry NSW 2535
Telefon: +61 2 4464 2544
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The Gunyah Restaurant at Paperbark Camp

The Gunyah Restaurant is built high off the ground to offer scenic treetop dining in the luxurious Paperbark Camp. The seasonal menu specialises in modern European cuisine with an emphasis on fresh local produce. Enjoy a long leisurely breakfast including house made granola and cooked-to-order eggs, or enjoy sunset drinks and a candlelit dinner on the inviting verandah.
Adresse: 571 Woollamia Road, Huskisson, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4441 7299
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Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival

Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival - a three day celebration of music, poetry, dancing, art and craft in Australia's most beautiful valley. Enjoy over 50 fabulous acts from around Australia and overseas in six intimate venues. The fun starts 3pm Friday and continues all weekend until 5pm Sunday. There are lots of hands-on activities too, such as dancing, poetry, tune sessions, instrument and singing workshops. It's a family friendly event. Accompanied children under 12 get in free and can enjoy the kids' craft and kids' performers.
Adresse: Kangaroo Valley Showground, 179 Moss Vale Road, Kangaroo Valley Showground Kangaroo Valley NSW 2577
Telefon: +61 412 288 923
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Marine Rescue Ulladulla Wharf Markets

The Ulladulla Harbour Markets are run by the volunteer members of the local unit of Marine Rescue NSW and have become an institution in this pretty South Coast town. Usually held on the second Sunday of each month, the craft, produce and speciality stalls attract visitors from near and far.
Adresse: Ulladulla Wharf, Wason Street, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Telefon: +61 2 4455 3403
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Clayridge Honey

Clayridge Honey supply locally produced pure, raw and unprocessed honey. They also make creamed honey, honey energy drinks, honey popcorn and honey lollies. Honey is harvested straight from their own beehives ensuring fresh and high quality produce every time, and is chemical free. Their honey is cold extracted and is neither heat treated nor pasteurised.
Adresse: 79 The Wool Road Basin View NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4443 4198
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Silos Estate

Silos Estate offers a truly unique holiday experience. Whether you have come to relax in a cottage overlooking vineyards, sampling wines, viewing alpacas or to enjoy a meal – at Silos Estate you can do it all. The estate is a working vineyard operating from buildings used in the original dairy farm established in 1870. The premises have now been fully restored and house award winning accommodation, cellar door and a restaurant. Their accommodation is nestled amongst sprawling vineyards and landscaped grounds providing a special place to stay for a weekend or longer. Be captivated by the magnificent views – rolling green hills, the Great Dividing Range escarpment and the vineyard. Only minutes from historic Berry, National Parks, Jervis Bay, Kangaroo Valley, beaches, rainforest, and other wineries, Silos Estate is located just two hours south of Sydney and three hours east of Canberra on the popular South Coast of New South Wales. It is truly the ideal destination to be welcomed home, be their guest.
Adresse: 640 Princes Highway, Silos Estate Jaspers Brush NSW 2535
Telefon: +61 2 4448 6082
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Berry Showground Camping

Berry is lucky to have one of the best showgrounds in New South Wales. With its superb well-maintained lawns, shady areas and many historic buildings on site, it is a fantastic place for tent, trailer or caravan camping. The on-site Caretaker and Booking Officer ensures a safe and hassle-free environment. There is a dump point, lots of modern power poles, and the excellent amenities are kept locked so there is zero vandalism. Great clean hot showers with doors. Good lighting at night without being intrusive. The grounds are open all year round for your enjoyment, except for two weeks before the great Berry Show on the first weekend of February. The grounds also offer stable hire for transport horses on their way to and from events all over Australia. The railway station is immediately behind the Showground and is well serviced. Some campers even catch the train up to Sydney for the day and leave their vehicle at the Showground. Tent campers are very welcome too.
Adresse: 35 Alexandra Street, Berry NSW 2535
Telefon: +61 427 605 200
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Burrill Lake Holiday Park

With absolute lake frontage, direct beach access and views across Burrill Lake to Pigeon House Mountain, the relaxed and friendly Burrill Lake Holiday Park has the best of everything. Choose from a fully self-contained spa cabin with views or standard en suite cabins. Other facilities and accommodation options include waterfront powered sites, powered en suite sites, swimming pool, children's playground, canoe hire, camp kitchen and games room. For shopping, restaurants, golf, bowling and other sport facilities, Ulladulla township is just a few kilometres away.
Adresse: 8 Princess Avenue, South Burrill Lake NSW 2539
Telefon: +61 2 4444 8840
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Bannisters By The Sea

Bannisters by the Sea is a unique boutique hotel with a wonderful cliff top location above beautiful Mollymook Beach on the NSW South Coast. This coastal getaway offers luxury ocean view accommodation, Rick Stein at Bannisters fully licensed award winning restaurant, a wet edge pool with pizza and cocktail bar and a rejuvenating day spa. Originally built in the 1960's as a seaside motel, a succession of upgrades and refurbishments now sees accommodation offering 4.5 star rooms with panoramic ocean views and private balconies. Well known designer, Collette Dinnigan has remodelled and reimagined two of the stylish penthouses, capturing coastal elegance in a relaxed and super-comfortable environment. International chef, restaurateur and television presenter Rick Stein's restaurant Rick Stein at Bannisters offers superb fresh local seafood in an airy and light-filled coastal ambience. Just a three hour drive from Sydney, or 2.5 hours from Canberra, Bannisters by the Sea makes an ideal destination for your next coastal getaway.
Adresse: 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook NSW 2539
Telefon: +61 2 4455 3044
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RTBU Holiday Park

Holiday accommodation within Booderee National Park (Ellmoos Road Jervis Bay). There are 14 self contained cabins which each sleep six. You must supply own linen. Facilities include an undercover barbecue area, tennis court and the property is readily accessible to the inlet and beach. Cabins contain queen size bed, two single beds and bunk beds in sleep out, fridge, cooking and eating utensils, oven, microwave, cooktop and television. Owned and operated by the Rail Tram and Bus Union, discount rates apply for union members. General public bookings welcome. To book or check availability, please contact the RTBU head office on the number provided.
Adresse: Ellmoos Road, Jervis Bay NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 9264 2511
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Holiday Haven Lake Conjola

Lake Conjola Entrance Holiday Park sits like a gem on the South Coast of New South Wales boasting direct access to magnificent Conjola beach a southern boundary of unspoilt bushland and absolute frontage to sparkling Lake Conjola. Lake Conjola Entrance Holiday Park has an array of comfortable cabins and spacious tourist sites to choose from. The park also has a range of guest facilities and excellent amenities. If you like water sports you will be literally spoilt for choice! Enjoy fishing, boating, water skiing or even sailing. Perhaps just sitting and relaxing is more your speed? No problem, unwind on the banks of the beautiful lake Conjola or the perfect sands of Conjola beach.
Adresse: 1a Lake Conjola Entrance Road, Lake Conjola NSW 2539
Telefon: +61 2 4444 8830
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Depot Beach cabins

Fall asleep to the sounds of rustling gum leaves and glimpses of crashing waves from the comfort of your own Depot Beach cabin in the picturesque Murramarang National Park. Situated right next to the idyllic and fully equipped campground, you can indulge in a leisurely swim at the nearby Depot Beach. And after waking in your beach front or forest cabin, whip-up a barbecue breakfast and share some tales with your fellow visitors. For fishing enthusiasts, anglers will tell you to make your way to Kioloa; the boat ramp there makes it an easy way to get out to the ocean, or go fishing at the headland to catch blackfish and drummer. There are many outdoor activities to do while you’re at Depot Beach cabins, which makes this accommodation the perfect coastal getaway.
Adresse: Carr Street, Depot Beach, NSW 2536
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Bristol Point Camping Area in Booderee National Park

The Bristol Point camping area is located in the beautiful Booderee National Park at Jervis Bay. Booderee offers a wide range of activities in a enchanting natural setting, including swimming, fishing, snorkelling, bushwalking, cycling and boating. All sites are walk-in and are not suitable for caravans or camper trailers. Parking spaces for walk-in sites are nearby and no farther than 50 metres away from tents.
Adresse: Jervis Bay Road, Jervis Bay, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4443 0977
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Cave Beach Camping Area in Booderee National Park

The Cave Beach camping area is set among coastal tea trees and is ideal for lightweight camping. Cold showers, fresh water, toilets and wood barbecues are available. The camping area is 300 metres from the car park and all equipment must be carried in.
Adresse: Cave Beach Road, Jervis Bay, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4443 0977
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Green Patch Camping Area in Booderee National Park

The Green Patch camping area is just metres from the beach in the beautiful Booderee National Park. The park is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community, which offers an Aboriginal cultural program. Sites at Green Patch are either drive-in or walk-in. Walk-in sites are not suitable for caravans or camper trailers. Parking spaces for walk-in sites are no farther than 50 metres from tents.
Adresse: Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4443 0977
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CeeSpray on Owen

This luxury bed and breakfast is set in a quiet location and is just a 200-metre stroll from the centre of town and the shores of Jervis Bay. Breakfast includes fresh juices, seasonal fruits and a range of locally baked breads.
Adresse: 30 Owen Street, Huskisson, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4441 6430
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Dolphin Sands

Dolphin Sands is a tranquil luxury retreat for couples and only minutes away from the white sands of Jervis Bay at Huskisson. Sit on the front terrace or rear garden deck with a drink before heading out to one of the many excellent restaurants in the area within walking distance.
Adresse: 6 Tomerong Street, Jervis Bay, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4441 5511
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Paperbark Camp

Luxury tented accommodation in a tranquil bush setting, Paperbark Camp lets you get back to nature in style and comfort. Safari-style tents with solar powered lighting are thoughtfully placed among the gum trees on elevated timber decks. Enjoy a meal in the on-site treetop dining room at The Gunyah Restaurant.
Adresse: 571 Woollamia Road, Huskisson, NSW 2540
Telefon: +61 2 4441 6066 or 1300 668 167 (toll free within Australia)
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Public transport

Transport NSW provides rail services from Sydney Central Station to Bomaderry in Nowra, a scenic three-hour train ride along the NSW South Coast. The coach journey from Nowra to Jervis Bay with Nowra Coaches runs on Tuesday and Fridays and takes just over two hours. Check the Nowra Coaches website at for days and times of operation. Jervis Bay Airport Express operates a daily door to door shuttle bus service connecting the NSW South Coast with major Sydney transportation, destinations and events. More info:
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Culburra Taxi & Car Hire • Cullburra Shops, Prince Edward Avenue, Cullburra • Phone: +61 2 4447 3123 Nowra Radio Taxi Co-Operative • 62 North Street, Nowra • Phone: 13 10 08 St Georges Basin & Jervis Bay Taxis • Phone: +61 412 429 439 Sussex Inlet Taxi Service • 2 Coral Court, Sussex Inlet • Phone: +61 2 4441 1000
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Callala Bay Pharmacy • Shop 2, 55 Emmett Street, Callala Bay • Phone: +61 2 4446 4251 Hopes Pharmacy • 18 Burton Street, Vincentia • Phone: +61 2 4441 5777 Huskisson Pharmacy • Shop 1, 56 Owen Street, Huskisson • Phone: +61 2 4441 5104 Sanctuary Point Pharmacy • 195 Kerry Street, Sanctuary Point • Phone: +61 2 4443 0110 St Georges Basin Pharmacy • Shop 4, 136 Island Point Road, St Georges Basin • Phone: +61 2 4443 5433
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Country Code: (+61) Area Code: (02)
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