It’s official – it is safe to visit Jervis Bay and the surrounding towns and villages in the Shoalhaven.
A media release from the NSW Rural Fire Service encourages tourists to return and help communities get back on their feet:
“Tourists are encouraged to start returning to the villages and towns along the Shoalhaven coast as weather conditions improve… we encourage visitors to make contact with their accommodation providers to confirm they are open for business.”
Whether you come for a weekend or a week, the local cafes, restaurants, accommodation operators and residents will welcome you with open arms.
Jervis Bay Beaches & Things To Do
Jervis Bay is famous for its white sand beaches and they are as stunning as ever. The water temperature also gets warmer as we start to head into February. Read more about the best beaches in Jervis Bay. Please note: Booderee National Park is due to reopen this week. Double check the Booderee website and Facebook page for more details.
You’ll never be short of things to do in Jervis Bay. Our top picks include:
- Pack a picnic and enjoy a walk in Jervis Bay
- Grab a coffee from one of our local cafes, sit back and enjoy the view
- Dolphin Watching – join our South Coast Passage Tour or Dolphin Tour
- Summer Boom Netting – this is something you have to experience to understand how fun it is
Jervis Bay and Huskisson Accommodation Options
There is a huge range of accommodation options available in Huskisson. Whether you prefer to camp or be surrounded by absolute luxury you’ll find it in Jervis Bay.
- Holiday Haven Huskisson – cabins, powered sites and ensuite powered sites
- Paperbark Camp – luxury camping in Jervis Bay
- The Holidays Collection – specialising in luxury houses in Jervis Bay (Hyams Beach, Huskisson, Vincentia, Erowal Bay & Sanctuary Point)
- Dungowan Waterfront Accommodation – apartments and Cottages in Erowal Bay only a short drive from Hyams Beach and Jervis Bay
- Huskisson Bed and Breakfast – boutique accommodation in the heart of Huskisson
Jervis Bay Wild would like to take this opportunity to thank all firefighters and emergency services for their phenomenal efforts and their ongoing work to keep our communities safe. Our thoughts are with those who have lost so much and those looking for ways to help our devastated wildlife populations.