St Georges Basin on the South Coast of NSW is a haven for fishing, boating and kayaking enthusiasts and is just a short drive to Jervis Bay beaches.
St Georges Basin village is located 20 minutes drive south of Nowra on the South Coast of NSW. The ‘Basin’ is a large and shallow lagoon, with a tree-covered shoreline creating perfect fishing conditions for the angler. Several villages have developed around the edge of the lagoon, with St Georges Basin being the largest.
WHAT TO DO IN St Georges Basin
The village of Sanctuary Point is located nearby, on the northern shores of St Georges Basin. Sanctuary Point is an ideal location for water activities such as boating, fishing, kayaking and swimming and features many peaceful picnic areas to enjoy your lunch such as Paradise Beach. Basin View sits to the west of St Georges Basin and features the small, yet impressive Corramy Regional Park. Enjoy a scenic bushwalk here or take out the kayak and explore the area by water. Many types of accommodation can be found in the area, from B&B’s to motels, caravan parks and self contained holiday homes. You may also want to check out the St Georges Basin Country Club for a round of golf where you’ll be sure to meet some local wildlife. Home to the Dhurga Aboriginal people, these towns also offer easy access to the sheltered waters and beaches of Jervis Bay and to the ocean beaches to the south.