Jervis Bay National Park
Jervis Bay National Park is home to some of Australia’s most renowned beaches, known for their bright white sand and crystalline waters. A visit to the park will have you touring beaches like Greenfield Beach and Hyams Beach. The park also hosts wetlands and forests that remain widely untouched and preserved. You’ll notice a strong Aboriginal connection to the land, which has been maintained for thousands of years and provides visitors with knowledge and history to the area.
During your getaway, you’ll find an immense amount of water sport activities to choose from. Head to the Jervis Bay Marine Park, an excellent destination for snorkeling and diving amongst dolphins, fish, and seals. From land, you’ll be able to notice the birds, dolphins, and even whales during their period of migration between May and November. You can spot these from walking tracks like the White Sands walk or the Scribbly Gum Track.