2019 June Long weekend: 48 Hours In Jervis Bay

The 2019 June long weekend is fast approaching and there’s no better way to spend it than in beautiful Jervis Bay. Only a short drive from both Sydney and Canberra (just over 2 hours in both cases), Jervis Bay feels like a world away. There’s so much to see and do – white sand beaches, whale watching, wineries, shops, cafes and restaurants – or you can do nothing at all. And with an extra day off work, you can enjoy a full 48 hours in Jervis Bay.

Jervis Bay Accommodation

Your first job is to select a place to stay. Check out these accommodation options in Jervis Bay or you can search on one of the bigger hotel booking engines for hotels in Jervis Bay.

Our top 3 picks are:

  • Paperbark Camp – unique luxury camping offering complete seclusion with the buzz of Huskisson within easy reach
  • Huskisson Bayside Resort – affordable, comfortable motel style accommodation a stone’s throw from Huskisson and the local favourite Kanpai Japanese restaurant next door.
  • Jervis Bay Beach Shack – This modern, pet-friendly beach house is a one minute walk to Collingwood beach and offers a fully equipped kitchen, BBQ, free WiFi and Netflix.

Your Long Weekend Itinerary

If you’re arriving late on Friday evening, dinner will likely be your first order of business. Check fellow traveller reviews or ask your accommodation host for the latest local recommendation.

We’ve put together this weekend itinerary as a suggestion for your stay in Jervis Bay or you can put together your own “must-do” list from the official Jervis Bay tourism website.

Hop On A Whale Watching Cruise

However you choose to spend your 48 hours in Jervis Bay, make sure you don’t miss out on the chance to experience our local wildlife up close and personal. The best way to do this? A whale cruise with Jervis Bay Wild. Our dolphin tour is another popular option, with gorgeous scenery and awesome views of up to 70 or more of our resident bottlenose dolphins. Book now or get in touch with us if you have any questions.

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