Attractions & Activities

Attractions

Huskisson Bayside Resort overlooks stunning Jervis Bay Marine Park. The water is crystal clear and is home to some of the world’s most wonderful marine life. Jervis Bay is home to around 80 bottle nosed dolphins all year round, fairy penguins and seals live in the bay during the summer months. The gracious humpback whales delight visitors with their displays during their migration route up and down the south coast of Australia. They can often be seen in the calmer waters of Jervis Bay.

The diversity of the Jervis Bay invites beach lovers from all over the world. From Hyams Beach – the whitest sand in the world, to Collingwood beach and Greenfields beach.

Booderee National Park and Jervis Bay host some of the finest wildlife including Kookaburras, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Echidnas, Rainbow Lorikeets, Crimson Rosellas, King Parrots – just to name a few. Possums, Bandicoots, Sugar Gliders, and many more native animals.

Caves Beach in Booderee National Park in the right conditions is ideal for surfing enthusiasts, BBQ’s and facilities situated close by. The sparkling waters house some of the best dive sites on the coast of NSW, with underwater caves and rock stacks with a marine population that includes Gropers, Sea dragons, majestic Stingrays, and placid Port Jackson sharks.

Activities

The Huskisson Bayside Resort can recommend activities to enjoy whilst visiting beautiful Huskisson in Jervis Bay…

  • Kayaking
  • SUP
  • Fishing Adventures
  • Cycling
  • Walking
  • Dolphin, Whale and Eco watching tours
  • Sailing
  • Kite and windsurfing
  • Scuba diving and snorkeling
  • Horse riding
  • Paint ball
  • Golf and Mini golf
  • Children’s Indoor Entertainment
  • Zoo
  • Park and playground
  • Surfing

Jervis Bay Maritime Museum is home to The Lady Denman ferry and houses a historic selection of permanent and temporary exhibits. You can explore events in and around our beautiful Jervis Bay area by contacting Visit NSW or the Jervis Bay Visitor Information Centre at Jervis Bay Maritime Museum.