- The idyllic setting
of St Georges Basin and Sanctuary Point and the Basin's protected waters
allow for ideal fishing, swimming, family picnics, water skiing and canoeing.
- Visit Currarong, a
quite village close to the much photographed Port Perpendicular.
- Walk the trails around
spectacular Beecroft Headland with views of the majestic cliffs.
- Culburra Beach Village
is virtually surrounded by water with two surf beaches, Lake Wollumboola,
Oyster Bay and Crookhaven River all within 4 kms.
- Explore the magnificent
unspoilt Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens. Visitors can enjoy
spectacular sights and experience the native fauna, flora and perhaps even
see whales and dolphins in their natural playground. Established walking
tracks make it easy for bushwalkers.
- HMAS Creswell, the
Navel Training College is open to the public on week-ends and public holidays.
coastline of little townships is a favourite water wonderland, famous for
its white sand and crystal clear water. Huskisson/Vincentia has seven beautiful
beaches and Hyams Beach is renowned for having the whitest sand in the world.
Jervis Bay is
a fishing paradise and is a beautiful scuba diving spot. Dolphin watching
is a favourite pastime. As well as fishing the area is renowned for surfing,
snorkeling, sailing and other water sports.
Jervis Bay is
only 2 and a half hours drive from Sydney and Canberra.