Jervis Bay
Accommodation for Romatic Couples and Families

Located at Huskisson   

Located at Vincentia  


Jervis Bay South Coast NSW

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Jervis Bay Holiday Accommodation Information for Jervis Bay NSW Australia

Jervis Bay accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets at Vincentia, Huskisson, Hyams Beach, Callala Bay, Woollamia, Callala Beach, Lumeah, Myola, Sanctuary Point and St Georges Basin South Coast NSW.

Here are 2 Options for Accommodation. One for Romantic Couples and the other option for Families.

Romantic Option

A Blue Point House Jervis Bay is a Romantic House for two persons only. Wood Fire, large oval twin Spa with bubble bath provided, Candles, Flowers, Chocolates Wine/Champagne and truly Magnificent Views assist in making it a romantic, relaxing stay. In Winter, watch the fantastic sun and moon rises over Jervis Bay or the beautiful sunset colours that reflect on Jervis Bay in the evening. Snuggle and gaze at the Flames of the Fire and later enjoy a Spa. In Summer relax sitting, sipping your cool drink and BBQing on the large deck from Breakfast till evening while enjoying the summer breeze and magnificent views of Jervis Bay. Maximum Privacy as you have the entire house to your self.

We specialise in making your Jervis Bay Honeymoon, Proposal, Babymoon, Anniversary, Birthday, or Relaxing Getaway Special We have many repeat guests who just love coming back to relax. See our review page on our website.

"Romance, Relax, Rekindle"

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Family and Friends Options

Jervis Bay Caravan Park is a well maintained, unspoilt, privately owned park on a crystal clear waterway accessing Jervis Bay. A perfect place for a family holiday or an ideal getaway for a romatic escape! Experience everything from the luxury of our new resort style solar heated pool & spa to the superior waterfront deluxe spa cabins and the enjoyment of water's edge camping and powered sites. A unique feature of the park is its own private boat ramp and jetty, a perfect spot to launch your boat, canoe or Kayak.

With accommodation to suit all budgets, we could be the perfect holiday destination that you have been looking for. Let us be your base to visit the nearby beautiful beaches, cycle tracks, go fishing, swimming, bowling, golfing, scuba diving or snorkeling.

Experience all this only minutes away from the park yet enjoy that relaxed South Coast pace of life that Huskisson is famous for.

"Do it all or do nothing"

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About Jervis Bay

A secret paradise unearthed, Jervis Bay (pronounced Jervis not Jarvis by the locals) or simply JB as it is affectionately known to those that live or visit this pristine area, can be found on the NSW South Coast and is located in the Shoalhaven; the No. 1 Tourist Destination in the state of New South Wales, just 2.5 hours from Sydney and now Canberra if you use the new sealed road via Tarago and Nerriga from Canberra. The Shoalhaven region contains a wide range of natural attractions that draw large numbers of tourists to the region. Along with its many attractions the Shoalhaven is home to the Jervis Bay Marine Park one of only two marine parks in NSW.

Jervis Bay is one of the true gems of the NSW south east region with its beautiful white sand and turquoise waters. Jervis Bay's value to Australia has been recognised by it’s National Park classification and Marine National Park classification. It's breathtaking beauty, it’s rich cultural indigenous and natural significance have long been recognised and appreciated by locals and visitors alike. The Bay reputedly has the clearest waters and whitest sands in the country. (some say the world!)

Jervis Bay is a sheltered inlet of the Pacific Ocean, 16.1 km long and 9.7 km wide, SE Australia. In 1915 the harbour and part of the coast were transferred to the federal government by New South Wales. Jervis Bay, now connected with Canberra, 137 km inland, was intended to become the port of the landlocked Australian Capital Territory. When the territory gained self-government in 1988, Jervis Bay was separated and remained under the administration of the federal government. The area around the bay is a popular winter and summer resort.

Activities in and around Jervis Bay

Discover what Jervis Bay has to offer: beautiful scenery, not to mention those magnificent white sandy beaches all around the bay, restaurants, cafes, water activities, land activities, accommodation options, golf, clubs, bowls, souvenirs, leisure centre, gym, kayak hire, jet ski hire, boats for fishing or cruising, sailing, bike hire, large shopping complex for all your grocery needs, refreshments, beautiful bush walks, peace and quiet in the National Park, Museums, Local Art and Photography, Indigenous Culture, Shoalhaven wineries, Zoo and only short drive to Berry, Kangaroo Valley or Milton and much more ...........

Jervis Bay is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the NSW South Coastal region. The expansive coastal bay area is surrounded by charming seaside villages and towns, with white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, all bounded by Jervis Bay Marine Park and national parks.

Discover the outstanding snorkeling and scuba diving conditions. Explore Jervis Bay Marine Park see whale, seals and dolphins on one of the scenic cruises out of Huskisson.

Picnic facilities and walking tracks are all abundantly available in the surrounding Jervis Bay National Park. Quality boutique shopping, restaurant, cafes, snorkeling, whale watching, seals, peguins. dolphins, surfing,bistros, clubs and pubs are located in the various townships around the bay.

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Markets are held each month in Huskisson.

The surrounding areas are the home to many fine wineries & cellar doors most offering tours and samplings.

Explore Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay has become increasingly popular due to it’s natural attractions coastal landscape.

Dolphin & Whale Watch Cruises, Seal Colony Cruises, Snorkelling Tours & Private Charters on Jervis Bay NSW Australia

Jervis Bay is now classified as a Marine Park and is host to abundant wildlife, including seals, penguins, whales and of course the resident dolphins.

Winter at Jervis Bay brings the humpback whales, their acrobatic antics an awe-inspiring thrill to watch. They make their passage up the east coast to the warmer waters of Queensland and Jervis Bay is a regular haunt on the northward journey. Late July to August see the return of the whales and their calf’s as they call into Jervis bay to rest and feed on the Southern journey home.

Jervis Bay offers some of the best whale watching experiences in Australia. Jervis Bay is fortunately placed so, that the migration, both north and south can be observed as they pass the entrance to Jervis Bay, frequently entering the bay to rest.

The majority of whales sighted at Jervis Bay are the Humpback whales, which migrate along the east coast from June to November. In the latter part of the year the whales are on their way back south and often drop into the Bay for rest and relaxation with their babies. Whales are seen from A Blue Point House at this time of year. Bring your binoculars.

However we do see other species on occasions such as Southern Right whales, False Killer Whales, Orcas, Minke whales.

Land Based Viewing Platforms Jervis Bay

The convoy of passing whales is part of the annual humpback migration, with animals the size of a suburban bus travelling from their winter feeding grounds in Antarctica to their summer birthing grounds in the Great Barrier Reef.

Many of these passing animals, which weigh up to 30 tonnes, are pregnant.

"Any headland around Jervis Bay with a clear horizon provides a vantage point for watching this migration in progress,"

"Early mornings with calm seas and clear skies provide ideal conditions. It is a fantastic way for families to see animals in the wild.

"However, people have to remember whale watching takes time and can be unpredictable. Also, most animals remain at least three kilometres out to sea, which is why it is important to take both lunch, warm clothes and binoculars if you have them."

Almost all coastal national parks and reserves have lookout platforms, which provide ideal locations. National parks that provide good whale watching headlands include: Booderee National Park, details below .....
Also from the shore line of Jervis Bay during the southern migration whales can been seen frequently with their calves in the bay.

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