The natural beauty of Jervis Bay has to be seen to be believed. White sand, crystal clear waters, untouched wilderness, sweeping vistas, rainforest, rolling hills, this region really does have it all.
One of the only seven closed valleys in the world. Two hours’ drive from Sydney or Canberra. Enjoy your stay in lush rolling farmland set within a picturesque valley. A perfect weekend escape, with direct access to kayaking , canoeing, bushwalking and mountain bike trails. Experience nature, eat well and explore our historical village.
Tucked away behind Greenfield Beach, this picnic area is known for its family-friendly atmosphere. It’s named after Colin Greenfield who lived in the area from 1942 until the 1970s.
Set up a picnic table, sprawl out on the grass or take a seat in the shelter shed – with its informative panels it doubles as an outdoor classroom. You’ll also find free barbecues to cook your alfresco feast.
Try a spot of birdwatching, work off your lunch on the White Sands walk and Scribbly Gum track, or head to the beach, just steps away. There are showers to wash salt from your skin after a swim or sandcastle session.
Spend a day exploring Beecroft Peninsular, the majestic Point Perpendicular Lighthouse is the crowning glory on the tip of a towering headland! While there is no access to the inside of the lighthouse, the view from the grounds of the lighthouse alone makes this drive worthwhile.
Stunning crystal clear waters with a beautiful ancient mangroves make for the perfect boardwalk or paddle location.