Jervis Bay National Park
Jervis Bay National Park wraps itself around Jervis Bay, St Georges Basin and the ocean. There are plenty of things to do here but beach walks are top of the must-do list. The White Sands Walk from Greenfield Beach to Hyams Beach is truly spectacular.
Sitting at the northern end of Jervis Bay, best known for its stunning beaches, safe bay swimming and dolphin parades, the town offers plenty of holiday cottage accommodation and a delightful beach culture atmosphere.
There is excellent sailing from Callala Bay and a regional boat ramp and jetty provide easy access to the water.
Myola is a nice and quiet, one-street village just south of Callala Bay on the beautiful Jervis Bay. Here is where the roads ends and the Currambene Creek flows into the Jervis Bay. The place is surrounded by beautiful bush.
The bay and the creek are fantastic places for all sorts of water sport activities. You can swim, fish, sail or surf as much as you like. And the bay is safe for children. A nice stroll through the bush brings you to the kilometres long beaches of the bay.
Saturday 12 December to Sunday 13 December 2015
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