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Top Choice National Park in Jervis Bay

Booderee National Park

Occupying Jervis Bay’s southeastern spit, this sublime national park, jointly managed by the government and the local Indigenous community, offers good swimming, surfing and diving on both bay and ocean beaches. Muc…
Asian in Jervis Bay

Wild Ginger

By some distance Huskisson's most sophisticated restaurant, Wild Ginger is a relaxed showcase of flavours from Thailand, across Southeast Asia and Japan. Look forward to tasty local seafood featuring in delicately t…
Pub in Jervis Bay

Huskisson Hotel

The social centre of Huskisson and indeed the whole Jervis Bay area is this light and airy pub that offers fabulous bay views and decent food, running from pizzas and burgers to fish and steak dishes, with daily spe…
Museum in Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay Maritime Museum

With a historic collection, the 1912 Lady Denman ferry and Timbery’s Aboriginal Arts & Crafts gallery and shop. There's a growers' market on the first Saturday of the month, and a visitor information centre.
Cafe in Jervis Bay

Supply

Good coffee, tasty juices and satisfying breakfasts feature at this family-run cafe and deli. It also does casual lunches and was trialling evening opening at time of research. The outdoor seats here are a prime Hus…
Cafe in Jervis Bay

5 Little Pigs

Likeable and upbeat, this main-street cafe opens early and offers decent coffee and a range of excellent breakfasts and lunches. Blackboard specials add options and the friendly owners are good for a chat.
Gardens in Booderee National Park

Booderee Botanic Gardens

With enormous rhododendrons and coastal plant species once used for food and medicine by local Indigenous groups, these botanic gardens are within the park off the road to Cave Beach.
National Park in Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay National Park

At the northern part of Jervis Bay, near Callala Bay, you transit Jervis Bay National Park, 4854 hectares of low scrub and woodland. The bay is a marine park and also includes pockets around Huskisson and Hyams Beac…