I love Jervis Bay, it has some of the nicest beaches that exist on earth and at the right time of the year you can see dolphins and whales frolicking about. I went camping for Easter a couple of years ago down there and whilst I was bitten on the arse by a spider - the total experience was pretty awesome. Let's have a look at some of the options! If you are looking for a quiet caravan or camping holiday in the bush, on the creek and away from traffic noise... then book Jervis Bay Cabins and Hidden Creek Real Camping. Hang your hammock in the shade of the trees. Read your book, then close your eyes and simply listen to the songs of the bush or if we are being really honest crack open a bottle or fifteen. As night begins its journey, build your camp fire, (do this before drinking!) cast a line and take in the magic of the stars. Jervis Bay Cabins and Hidden Creek Camping is found in five acres of bush land on the pristine waters of Currambene Creek. Currambene Creek is more like a river and now forms part of the Jervis Bay Marine Park. The campground is located just a few minutes' drive from all the Bay has to offer. A must on your trip is visitng Hyams Beach which is in the Guinness World Record books for having the whitest sand in the world. It is also the most popular beach in the Jervis Bay area. Like all beaches in the bay, it is unpatrolled. At the north end of the wide two kilometre shoreline is a rock platform with its own sandy beach - and a top snorkelling spot. Jervis Bay measures about 15 km from north to south and about 10 km across. The main town is Huskisson, where you can hire dolphin-watch cruises, fishing trips and boats.. At its southern end, Jervis Bay is enclosed by Booderee National Park, have a go at bushwalking. From Wreck Bay village on Summercloud Bay in the park’s south, a walking trail circles the peninsula to St Georges Head, passing a succession of quiet beaches, cliffs and forests. Nearby, Shoalhaven is well worth a visit during holidays.
And for supplies to take back to your campsite, Huski has a drive through Bottle-O and I also suggest you try a battered sav at the fish and chip shop directly across the road.image:
Image source Destination NSW - Jervis Bay