Mother Nature is calling your name
From bush to beach, immerse yourself in the great outdoors...

Plan your adventure around Jervis Bay and explore our beautiful beachside towns. This part of our region is jam-packed with tonnes of outdoor activities. You'll be able to retreat to lush wilderness or stand at the edge of the Earth overlooking our clear blue sea. Remember to take your phone or camera because there are endless Instagram opportunities to be had. Pack your gear, hit the road and experience the 100 Beach Challenge with Visit Shoalhaven. Our heart pumping 2-day itinerary will guide you along your journey.

100 Beach Challenge - Currarong Rockpools

Day 1

Explore Currarong Rockpools

Kick off the outdoor fun by driving into Jervis Bay National Park and heading to Currarong. This charming seaside village sits at the northern edge of Beecroft Peninsula and is a haven for dolphins and seals. Spend the morning strolling along the sand and head to the stunning natural rockpool. The sparkling, blue waters are a wonderful sight.  

 

Paddle Through our Pristine Waters

Discover the seas from a different point of view with Jervis Bay Stand Up Paddle. Touring along the water in a standing position gives you to chance to catch a clear glimpse our spectacular marine life. Your expert instructors will guide you to local hotspots such as Culburra Beach, Moona Moona Creek and Vincentia. Kick the fun up a notch and try the Night SUP or Giant SUP experience for something a little bit different.

Jervis Bay Stand Up Paddle at Culburra Beach
Gunyah Restaurant at Paperbark Camp

Glamping Under the Stars

Stay at the bush retreat of Paperbark Camp, picturesquely tucked away in Jervis Bay. The stunning safari tents are a luxurious way to escape into nature and the on-site Gunyah Restaurant serves up a highly acclaimed dinner menu. Feast on some local oysters and then snuggle up by the fireplace on a chilly evening.

Day 2

Heart Pumping Water Activities

Get the adrenaline pumping by exploring the unique biodiversity of Jervis Bay. Crest Diving offers professional snorkel and scuba instruction, as well as expertly guided underwater expeditions. Get up close and personal with a variety of aquatic animals, who seek haven in the temperate waters and rocky reefs. Thrill seekers will love swimming side by side with fish, seals, sharks and stingrays in this pristine marine environment.

Shoalhaven Scuba Diving and Snorkelling - Dive Jervis Bay
Jervis Bay Kayak and Paddlesports

Kayaking the Bay

Continue the aqua adventures with Jervis Bay Kayak and Paddlesports or Sea Kayak Jervis Bay. A guided tour will take you through the crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay, where you have an excellent chance of spotting diverse marine and bird life along your way. Make sure to take your Go-Pro with you because there will be photo opps galore! Paddle around Huskisson and Callala Bay at your own pace and soak up the spectacular views of the ocean. Download our comprehensive guide for information about Kayaking in the Shoalhaven.

 

Day 3

Grab a Morning Caffeine Hit

Get ready for a new day of exploration at Ritual Habitual. This locally-adored coffee van can be found at Culburra Beach and will provide the perfect pick-me-up. Sit down for a coffee, soak up the live music and plan out where the last port of call along your 100 Beach Challenge quest will be.

Ritual Habitual Coffee Culburra Beach
Gosangs Tunnel - Abrahams Bosom Reserve

Stand at the Edge of the Earth

Lose yourself in breathtaking views at Abrahams Bosom Reserve. A leisurely stroll along Coomies Walk will lead you to Gosang's Tunnel. You'll have to climb through the rocks but trust us, you'll be quickly rewarded with the most captivating outlook of the ocean. There's nothing quite like crawling through a tiny space and then literally standing at the edge of the Earth. Don't forget to take your phone, this place is the ultimate selfie opportunity!

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