Jervis Bay National Park

Jervis Bay is famous for its clear waters and beautiful, white, sandy beaches. Most of the waters are part of Jervis Bay Marine Park, home to many dolphins and seals. The bay is 16 kilometres long and 9 kilometres wide with a circumference of 45 kilometres. In the south there are campsites at Green Patch, where beginners will find kayaking opportunities close to shore all the way to Huskisson. In the north, you can camp at Honeymoon Bay on the Beecroft Peninsula and paddle along the sheltered western shoreline. The more experienced will find exciting kayaking in the open swells around Silica Cove, Target Beach and the rugged cliffs of Point Perpendicular. For further kayaking options, head south of Jervis Bay to the large expanse of St Georges Basin and Sussex Inlet.

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