THINGS TO DO



Dolphin & Whale Watch Cruises

Jervis Bay Wild offers a range of breathtaking cruise options for you, your family and your friends to enjoy all year-round, including Dolphin Cruises, Whale Watching, Boom Netting, South Coast Passage and Private Charters. Something for the whole family.

Whale Watching and Dolphin Watching with us in beautiful Jervis Bay is a fantastic way to experience the excitement of pure nature like never before.

58 Owen Street, Huskisson NSW 2540

Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay are the Bay’s largest and most experienced cruise company offering, in addition to our dolphin and whale watching cruises, special event cruises and much more.

Their mission is to educate visitors, helping them to discover the natural wonders of Jervis Bay Marine Park, whilst enhancing the protection of the Bays’ marine inhabitants. They are committed to providing quality life experiences and unrivaled service to customers through responsible and sustainable, nature based tourism, protecting Jervis Bay’s treasures for today and for the future.

50 Owen Street, Huskisson NSW 2540

Family Activities

Shoalhaven Zoo boasts an extensive collection of native and exotic animals, set in amongst the most spectacular natural rock formations and bushland, all on the banks of the beautiful Shoalhaven River.

Open everyday of the year from 9.00am to 5.00pm (except Christmas Day).
Recommend minimum of 2 hours for your visit to the park. Plan your visit to include the Animal Shows which commence daily at 11.00am, with the last show of the day at 3.00pm.

Tree Top Adventure Park is located right inside Shoalhaven Zoo. Fly through the air on our flying foxes before finding yourselves scrambling along the rock face on Australia’s First Cliff Edge adventure park along the banks of the Shoalhaven River.

Galamban is an all Indigenous family owned and run business specialising in Aboriginal Art and culture, including art production, art intilations, curatorial projects, art mentorships, as well as famous cultural tours which normally operate out of the Booderee National Park. They have been in operation since 2008 with national and International recognition.

Jervis Bay Rd, Jervis Bay JBT 2540

Dive Jervis Bay is an experience not to be missed, with postcard white sandy beaches and deep water not far off shore, we’re lucky to get some of the best temperate water diving in the country. With everything you need to get started in diving or for that next dive adventure, they’re ready to get salty and show you whats in our backyard. From scuba boat trips, swimming with seals or whales to free diving and snorkeling. It can’t get much better then that.

Shoalhaven Bike Hire offers hire of bikes from as short as one hour to several days for travellers and locals alike. With several different adult mountain bikes to choose from, Shoalhaven Bike Hire can accommodate all people and all types of riders. Also catering for children and hire out baby seats, helmets and all other needs for bike riders. Open daily. 02 4441 5255

64 Owen Street, Huskisson, New South Wales, 2540

Beaches to Visit

Hyams Beach

The small and secluded village of Hyams Beach in Jervis Bay is renowned for its pristine, powdery white sand which is so fine it ‘squeaks’. Here crystal clear waters lap onto the white sandy shore, fringed by dramatic National Park bushland which can best be described as paradise. Scenic bush and coastal walks allow you to take in breathtaking views of the bay and surrounding National Park and the clear waters are ideal for fishing, swimming, snorkelling and diving. The surrounding bushland is home to many native animals and an abundance of bird life. The Hyams Beach General Store and Cafe provides most of the immediate needs of the short term visitor, serving delicious food in a relaxed atmosphere. 

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. Entry fees apply to all areas of Booderee National Park.

Nelsons Beach

Nelson is one of the quieter beaches in Jervis Bay’s White Sands Coast. It is a dog friendly beach. Dogs are allowed off the lead from 4.30pm to 8.30am. It has spectacular white sand and often has enough room to spread out with the family, as well as gentle waves for swimming and paddling. The beach runs from Plantation Point reserve in the north to Blenheim Beach in the south. Walkers can head north to Huskisson on the Round the Bay Walk, a wide, sealed, shared pathway, or continue south to Greenfield and Jervis Bay National Park on the White Sands Walk.

Greenfields Beach

Set amongst the picturesque setting of the Jervis Bay National Park, Greenfield Beach offers much more than crystal clear waters and soft white sands. It grassy foreshore and surrounding walking tracks are the perfect location for a beach side barbecue, bird watching and spotting white bellied sea eagles and dolphins. It’s named after Colin Greenfield who lived in the area from 1942 until the 1970s, lucky fellow! The picnic area has free electric barbecue, clean drinking water, cold showers, flush toilets, sheltered eating areas, and wheelchair access. Take a walk along one of the two walking tracks and discover an abundance of wildlife. This family friendly beach is the perfect location to explore for the day and is part of the Jervis Bay Marine Park.

Places to Eat & Drink

Jervis Bay Brewing Co.

Good beer, good people and a damn good time. All in the spirit of Jervis Bay.
Brewery and beer garden. A variety of food trucks every week and special live performances. 
Open Wednesday to Sunday from 12pm.

WildGinger

The creation of the establishment was the long awaited dream of owner & head chef, Kierrin McKnight, ever since working at the iconic Sailors Thai Sydney and Darley Street Thai for the guru of Thai cuisine David Thompson in the late 90’s. Their food psychology is predominantly based around Thai dishes, but they’ve introduced a variety of cultural recipes from the whole region of Southeast Asia.
The menu is designed to be affordable and interesting for you and the whole table – the sharing of the dishes provided in the banquet format gives the chance to taste the balance of the sweet, spicy & salty creations, bringing the flavours the kitchen is enduring to provide.

Kanpai Japanese Restaurant & Bar

At Kanpai Japanese Restaurant they want you to leave with memories of innovative flavours and dynamic dishes, all served by our passionate team in a modern Japanese space just opposite the beautiful white sandy beaches of Huskisson.​
The menu is created by Yoshi Tanimo which draws on traditional Japanese cuisine and is joined with a modern contemporary western style of exciting flavours.
Kanpai Japanese Restaurant will aim to continually surprise and delight you with its dynamic, evolving menu and exciting outdoor tapas grill and bar.
A variety of enticing dining options are available to you, whether it’s group bookings, partying or simply looking for a great night out we will be able to accommodate and surprise you with our dynamic food and drink menu.
We have an awesome outdoor area with a separate and grill where you can ask the chef to cook you something fresh off the grill or sip sake and eat sashimi while you admire the beautiful views that Huskisson has to offer.

Huskisson Hotel

The Huskisson Hotel is as much a part of Jervis Bay as the famous white sand beaches. The iconic hotel opened its doors in 1932 and recent major renovations have seen the building take on a mix of modern and heritage characteristics.  Located at the end of the street with unparalleled views overlooking the bay, The Huskisson Hotel has been a landmark destination for almost 100 years and has remained at the centre of local social life.
The hotel oozes style and is the perfect location for a relaxed catch-up. Whether it’s sharing a cold beer with friends, enjoying a delicious meal overlooking the bay, or indulging in alfresco cocktails at sunset, you’re sure to find the perfect spot at The Huskisson.
From trivia on Thursdays to live entertainment every Friday and Saturday nights, with a constant calendar of events there’s something different happening every day of the week.

75 Owen Street, Huskisson NSW 2540
02 4441 5001