Acknowledgment of Country



Jervis Bay Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal Elders past and present who are the knowledge holders and teachers. We acknowledge their continued spiritual and cultural connection to the land and sea country of Jervis Bay.
The Jervis Bay region has a rich history of Indigenous culture and has been a meeting ground of the Dhurga and Dharawal language groups.

Jervis Bay Tourism is an industry association run by local tourism operators

The associations common aim is to see Jervis Bay “grow as a world class sustainable tourism destination by promoting its natural attractions, enhancing the visitor experience, supporting our members and helping to shape the area’s future.” 

If you are a visitor or planning a future trip to the Jervis Bay region, this one-stop information website includes all Jervis Bay Tourism members. We also plan to publish a new map and visitor information guide for the area, as well as organise tourist-oriented events and innovation in the area. We are closely associated with the Jervis Bay Visitor Information Centre in Huskisson and the Shoalhaven Visitor Information centre in Nowra.

Browse the lists and contact details for all kinds of accommodation – from campsites to boutique B&Bs, hotels and motels as well as the many land and water activities available in the Jervis Bay area, from dolphin and whale cruises to wine-tasting to bushwalking in our beautiful national parks.

On this official website, you’ll also find information about our restaurants, cafes, shops, markets, all kinds of services and everything you need to organise your ideal Jervis Bay holiday or perfect wedding.

Explore Jervis Bay's National Parks...

Booderee National Park | Jervis Bay National Park | Jervis Bay Marine Park

Jervis Bay Territory

The Jervis Bay Tourism area stretches from Currarong on the north side of Jervis Bay
to Huskisson, Vincentia, Hyams Beach on the south side of the bay to all the villages on St Georges Basin and Tomerong.

Whale and Dolphin Watching

Jervis Bay offers Whale and Dolphin Watching Cruises daily in Huskisson. If fishing is more your style, you can hire a boat and find the best spots. Sailing Charters are a great way to experience the beautiful waters of Jervis Bay.

Beaches and Lakes

With some of the whitest sand beaches in the world, Jervis Bay is one of Australia’s most popular seaside destinations. You will be amazed by the crystal clear water and diverse marine life that Jervis Bay has to offer.


Become a member of Jervis Bay Tourism. Memberships are for 1 year.
Option of a Standard Membership and Associate Membership (out of area).