Jervis Bay National Park

Explore the Aboriginal heritage of Jervis Bay National Park on a holiday or weekend away.


With its powder-white sands, crystal clear waters, forests, woodlands and wetlands, parts of this south coast park seem untouched by people. Its Aboriginal heritage, however, goes back thousands of years and local Aboriginal people maintain strong connections with the land. The park’s natural riches are the ideal backdrop for a daytrip or a weekend getaway in the great outdoors. Try the incredible White Sands walk and Scribbly Gum track, go swimming, fishing or snorkelling, or relax with a picnic and a throw of the frisbee.


Discover an array of birdlife, spot whales and dolphins and feel at one with nature in this very special part of the world.


Visiting the Park


Jervis Bay National Park is made up of several sections, so there are multiple entry points.

From Nowra:

  • Take the Princes Highway southwards, then:
  • For Lake Wollumboola, turn into Kalandar Street, Nowra, and follow the signs for Culburra Beach
  • For Coonemia creek, Red Point or Hammerhead Point, take Forest Road off the highway, then follow the signs towards Currarong
  • For the southern part of the park, take the Jervis Bay Road turn off and follow the signs to Huskisson (for Moona Moona creek) or to Vincentia (for Greenfield Beach and Hyams Beach)

Park entry points

  • Currawong Road
  • Greenfield Beach


  • Bull Hole lookout
  • Coonemia Creek
  • Red Point picnic area

By bike


Check out the Bicycle information for NSW website for more information.

Best times to visit



Take advantage of spring weather and head to Hyams Beach. You can pick up some fish and chips from the nearby Hyams Beach Café to enjoy on the white sands of this iconic south coast beach. If you're feeling energetic after lunch, walk the easy Hyams Beach trail.



Swim, surf, snorkel and dive your way through the summer school holidays in this beach paradise.



Humpback whales can be spotted migrating northwards in the winter months. Keep an eye out for southern right whales and dolphins too. They're often seen around the park's coastline.

Opening Hours

The park is open 24 hours daily.


  • Carpark
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • International
  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming
  • Walk
  • Nature & Wildlife
  • Boat Ramp