Huskisson Beach | Moona Moona Beach| Honeymoon Bay | Greenfield Beach | Hyams Beach | Cave Beach | Murrays Beach

Huskisson Beach

Huskisson Beach is located below White Sands Park, only a 5 minute drive from Jervis Bay holiday Park. It is a popular family beach, great for kayaking and paddle boarding with public toilets and a picnic area located on the reserve behind the beach. Huskisson Beach is pet friendly. From 8am to 4pm dogs MUST be on a lead.

 

 

Moona Moona Creek

Moona Moona Creek is bordered by two great beaches Huskisson and Collingwood. The Creek is a popular family spot with shallow places to swim, surrounded by beautiful and well-kept parks with shelter sheds, barbecues, and restrooms. Not pet friendly.

 

 

 

Honeymoon Bay

Honeymoon Bay is set in a picturesque location in Jervis Bay. It is approximately 10 kilometres from the edge of Currarong along the Point Perpendicular Lighthouse Road. Honeymoon Bay is a small sheltered bay to spend a day by the beach, snorkel and paddle in the sea. No pets are allowed.
At times the area is closed, when the car park reaches capacity or for Defence exercises Monday to Friday. Telephone the Beecroft Weapons Range for more information.

 

 

Greenfield Beach

Greenfield Beach has much more to offer than just crystal clear waters and soft white sands. Its grassy foreshore and nearby walking trails are ideal for a beachside BBQ, bird viewing, and observing white-bellied sea eagles and dolphins. The picnic area includes free electric BBQ’s, clean drinking water, cold showers, flush toilets, sheltered eating spaces, and wheelchair access.

 

 

 

Hyams Beach - Jervis Bay - South Coast Hyams Beach

Hyams Beach is known for its sugar-white sand, Hyams Beach is an idyllic holiday destination, with crystal clear waters and a fringe of national park completing the picture. Uncover scenic coastal walks, meet native wildlife and explore the glittering ocean in this small village in Jervis Bay. 

 

 

 

Cave Beach Camping Ground - Smart CamperCave Beach

Cave Beach is on the southern side of Booderee National Park. There is often good surf particularly in a Northeast wind and South or Southeast swell. The nearby campground attracts keen surfers and families who like the choice of the various surf and bay beaches that Booderee National Park offers. It is also a fantastic spot to see native Australian wildlife.

 

 

 

Clarity | Murrays Beach - Jordan Robins Photography Murrays Beach

Known as the jewel in the Booderee National Park, Murrays Beach offers swimmers and snorkelers alike, pristine clear waters and pearly white sand. Perfect for families, Murrays Beach is situated in a protected bay which is sheltered by Bowen Island. Accessed via Jervis Bay Road through Booderee National Park, there are many self-guided walks around Murrays Beach from which to explore. From the Munyunga waraga dhugan (loop walk) to the various low tide walks, you are sure to leave with breathtaking views and sightings of Booderee’s plants, animals, culture and history. Car parking is in a large car park with a short walk to the beach via a bush track.