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Things to Do in Jervis Bay

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With some of the whitest sand beaches in the world and gentle aqua waters, Jervis Bay is one of Australia’s most popular seaside destinations. Jervis Bay is popular for watching dolphins and whales. And there are many others who cannot resist the crystal clear turquoise waters and powdery sand of Jervis Bay. The beach at Jervis Bay is the most beautiful and it has fantastic scuba diving opportunities.

Jervis Bay is a short 3 hour drive either from Sydney or Canberra. Visitors can choose from day tours departing from Sydney or choose from many accommodation options in Jervis Bay, including farmstays, camping, caravan parks and hotels. Jervis Bay makes for an excellent weekend getaway from Sydney.

In Tiny Away, we do have a number of tiny house accommodation near Jervis Bay. One recommended accommodation near Jervis Bay is Little Magic on Magic Mountain. Embrace fantastic views of the whole Shoalhaven at our 44 ha (110 acre) property along Coolangatta Ridge, near Berry. It is a short drive to Jervis Bay and serves as a good accommodation base for our guests to explore Jervis Bay while reconnecting with nature in a tiny house. The tiny house is located in an open paddock below the main shed with views of the surrounding countryside and the Shoalhaven River where every evening you are able to witness the setting of the sun.

Tiny Away team loves Jervis Bay and these are the recommended things to do in Jervis Bay and around Jervis Bay. Tag and tell us which are your favorite ones and share with us if we missed out any other recommended activities in Jervis Bay

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Jervis Bay Dolphin Watch Cruise Tour

Jervis Bay, Australia

Cruise the crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay, home to over 100 Bottlenose Dolphins! The tour runs all year around. If you're lucky, you can catch the dolphins swim and race hundreds of metres to play on the boat's bow on this 1.5 hour cruise. Find out more on https://www.klook.com/en-AU/activity/2861-jervis-bay-dolphin-eco-tour-sydney/

Cruise the crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay, home to over 100 Bottlenose Dolphins! The tour runs all year around. If you’re lucky, you can catch the dolphins swim and race hundreds of metres to play on the boat’s bow on this 1.5 hour cruise. Find out more on https://www.klook.com/en-AU/activity/2861-jervis-bay-dolphin-eco-tour-sydney/

Boom Netting Experience With Dolphins

Jervis Bay, Australia

We love a bit more up close and personal encounters with the dophins. Best of all, we love being wet! That's the key point when we are at Jervis Bay right? Jump in and get wet as you are gently dragged by the boom netting around Jervis Bay! Enjoy the...

We love a bit more up close and personal encounters with the dophins. Best of all, we love being wet! That’s the key point when we are at Jervis Bay right? Jump in and get wet as you are gently dragged by the boom netting around Jervis Bay! Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Jervis Bay with overhanging cliffs and sandy beaches. Find out more on https://www.klook.com/en-AU/activity/2880-jervis-bay-summer-boom-netting-sydney/

Jervis Bay Whale Watching Cruise

Jervis Bay, Australia

Discover the beauty of Honemoon Bay and relax on its calm sandy beaches. Travel under towering sea cliffs and rocky headlands, see Port Perpendicular and more. See the visiting humpback whales as they migrate to the Bay for the winter! (only available from May-Nov). Learn about Jervis Bay from your...

Discover the beauty of Honemoon Bay and relax on its calm sandy beaches. Travel under towering sea cliffs and rocky headlands, see Port Perpendicular and more. See the visiting humpback whales as they migrate to the Bay for the winter! (only available from May-Nov). Learn about Jervis Bay from your experienced guide. Read more on https://www.klook.com/en-AU/activity/2862-jervis-bay-eco-cruise-sydney/

Go swimming at a white sand beach

Hyams Beach NSW 2540, Australia

The white sand beaches of Jervis Bay make it a popular summer destination. The usual star beach attraction is Hyams Beach and it can get pretty crowded in peak season. Hyams Beach is famous for its powdery white sands. You can wriggle your toes in some of the world’s whitest...

The white sand beaches of Jervis Bay make it a popular summer destination. The usual star beach attraction is Hyams Beach and it can get pretty crowded in peak season. Hyams Beach is famous for its powdery white sands. You can wriggle your toes in some of the world’s whitest sands on the southern shore of Jervis Bay.  Knowing most of our guests prefer more space, you can consider checking out Huskisson Beach which is equally beautiful. Read more on https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/huskisson

Jervis Bay National Park

Jervis Bay National Park, Irrayadda Creek Track, Wollumboola NSW 2540, Australia

Explore the Aboriginal heritage of Jervis Bay National Park during your stay with Tiny Away. Besides the usual power-white sands, check out the forests, woodlands and wetlands, parts of this south coast park seem untouched by people. Its Aboriginal heritage goes back thousands of years and local Aboriginal people maintain...

Explore the Aboriginal heritage of Jervis Bay National Park during your stay with Tiny Away. Besides the usual power-white sands, check out the forests, woodlands and wetlands, parts of this south coast park seem untouched by people. Its Aboriginal heritage goes back thousands of years and local Aboriginal people maintain strong connections with the land. Read more on www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/jervis-bay-national-par. (Photo credit: visitnsw.com)

Secret Gosang's Tunnel

Abrahams Bosom Reserve, Gerringong St, Beecroft Peninsula NSW 2540, Australia

You can find the tunnel by following the walking track at Abraham's Bosom Reserve in Currarong, it takes about an hour return. Hidden amongst the shrubbery you will find a small hole in the rocks just big enough for an adult to crawl through and about 20 metres long. If...

You can find the tunnel by following the walking track at Abraham’s Bosom Reserve in Currarong, it takes about an hour return. Hidden amongst the shrubbery you will find a small hole in the rocks just big enough for an adult to crawl through and about 20 metres long. If you crawl through the cave you will pop out on to breathtakingly beautiful sea cliffs on the other side. Caution: It’s not for children or people who are scared of heights. There is no safety fence so please be careful when attempting this tiny adventure. (Photo credit: visitnsw.com)

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