Escape to the quiet village of Myola NSW on the northern shores of Jervis Bay, one of the area's best kept secrets.
Myola NSW is a quiet, one street coastal village on the northern shores of Jervis Bay. Sitting at the point where Currambene Creek flows into the Bay, Myola boasts bush, creek and ocean views and is a perfect spot to watch the sun rise and set. Relax on the sand and watch the paddleboarders float past alongside the wildlife cruise boats, or you can head out there yourself by swimming, fishing, sailing or surfing in the Bay.
WHAT TO DO IN Myola
Shops can be found in the nearby villages of Callala Bay and Callala Beach or at designated times you can catch the ferry over the creek to the popular town of Huskisson for a bite to eat, a spot of shopping or an exciting cruise or kayak tour. Myola feels like a million miles away, whilst being just a hop, skip and a jump to the best Jervis Bay attractions and activities on offer. The bay and the creek are safe for children and they will love it when the soldier crabs come out to march in the creek! A nice stroll through the bush brings you to the long stretches of white sand beaches of the bay which is perfect for a long walk.
Myola is the perfect place for a low-key, quiet and relaxing escape in the otherwise bustling region of Jervis Bay.