Camping in Jervis Bay

Camping is a wonderful way to make the most of the warmer months. Whether you are looking to rough it in a tent, enjoy the conveniences of a caravan/cabin or experience high-end glamping, there are numerous camping sites in Jervis Bay that are sure to suit.

Booderee National Park

Booderee National Park is a popular camping location and has a variety of campsites to choose from. You’ll get to experience kangaroos and wallabies roaming around outside and you can camp close to some of Australia’s most incredible beaches. Enjoy leisurely walks, delicious barbecues, sublime swims, and a visit to the botanical gardens, run by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. Booderee camping sites fill up quickly so always book ahead.

Honeymoon Bay

Another popular spot for camping is Honeymoon Bay, a family-friendly spot on a small, shallow inlet near Currarong along the Point Perpendicular Lighthouse Road. Here you’ll have the chance to make friends with hundreds of local kangaroos as well as enjoy being a short walk to secluded beaches and bush walks. Camping sites at Honeymoon Bay are fully booked during the summer months and are allocated via a ballot. At other times, it’s first come first served.

Caravan Parks in Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay and the surrounding towns have many highly-rated caravan parks where you can pitch a tent, book a powered site for your caravan or camper, or stay in a modern cabin complete with all the mod cons. We recommend the following caravan parks:

Luxury Camping in Jervis Bay

If you lean more toward luxury, check out Paperbark Camp. This unique glamorous camping operation offers luxury safari tents for adults and children over 6. If you’re looking for some upscale romance with a bush-inspired twist, Paperbark is ideal for your camping holiday.

 

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