Huskisson is a small coastal town well known as gateway to the Jervis Bay area

Koori Country

Jervis Bay Territory

Jervis Bay was the site of the worst peacetime disaster in Australian maritime history - the collision between the destroyer HMAS Voyager and aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne in 1964.

Nestled on the south coast of New South Wales, Jervis Bay is a stunning natural wonder that often goes overlooked. Despite being only a few hours from Sydney, Jervis Bay remains relatively unknown and is often overshadowed by other beachside towns in the area. But if you’re looking for a peaceful getaway filled with plenty of outdoor activities, then Jervis Bay is the place to be.

What to Do in Jervis Bay?

No matter what kind of activities you’re interested in, Jervis Bay has something for everyone. From swimming and snorkeling at one of the many pristine beaches to exploring secluded coves and bays by boat or kayak, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your time here. If you’re feeling adventurous, why not go whale watching or take a dive under the waves to explore some spectacular coral reefs? Or if you just want to relax and take it easy, there are plenty of tranquil walks along the waterside that offer incredible views.

The Nature Reserve

Jervis Bay also boasts an impressive nature reserve that encompasses over 15,000 hectares of land and sea. This protected habitat is home to an array of wildlife including whales, dolphins, seals, koalas and more than 400 species of birds. It’s also a great spot for camping and camping activities such as fishing and birdwatching. In addition to all this natural beauty, the area also features numerous cultural sites like Aboriginal middens that have been around since pre-colonial times. This makes it a great spot for anyone who wants to learn more about Australia’s rich history while enjoying some time in nature.

When it comes to beach getaways near Sydney, few places can rival Jervis Bay in terms of its beauty and range of activities on offer. Whether you’re looking for somewhere peaceful to relax or an exciting adventure filled with outdoor activities—Jervis Bay has it all! So if you’re looking for your next holiday destination in Australia then why not consider visiting this hidden gem? You won't regret it!

Sundown on Murrays Beach in Booderee National Park Jervis Bay.
Sundown on Murrays Beach in Booderee National Park Jervis Bay.
Bushwalking in Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay.
Bushwalking in Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay.

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