Jervis Bay, NSW
Australia,  Beaches,  New South Wales

Weekend Guide to Jervis Bay

With some of the whitest sand beaches in the world and turquoise crystal clear waters, Jervis Bay is one of Australia’s most popular destinations and in my opinion one of the best beaches around New South Wales!

Jervis Bay is located in the Shoalhaven area of New South Wales, about a three-hour drive south coast of Sydney.

There’s a lot of thing to do and to see around Jervis Bay area, so I’m including a 3 days guide with the essential, but for sure you can stay more days on the paradise just enjoying the relaxation.

Day 1 

I planned this trip 1 week before with my husband and another couple. Together we made a fantastic road trip to explore the area. We arrived at our Airbnb accomodation on Friday night and we brought food for the weekend as well as pizza, pasta, beers, wine to have a dinner in house….there’re supermarkets when you arrive in Jervis Bay, so up to you if you want to bring food and drinks with you. I really recommend to grab some food before enter on your accomodation as it’s pretty quite during the night. We were welcomed by the locals Kangaroos.


About the accomodation, there’s a few campings at the Booderee National Park, but we’ve booked an entire home accommodation on AirBnB with 2 bedrooms at the Sanctuary Point.
I don’t have any accomodation to recommend but you can easily find one of your preference here:
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Day 2

We started our trip walking through the path White Sands Walk at the Greenfields beach until Hyams beach, the most famous and popular as it’s known as the whitest sand in the world. I really recommend to do it, as you can walk and see the beauty of the region. We had a pause But we to swim and snorkeling at Greensfield and Chinaman’s beach. They’re amazing! You can’t miss!

In the afternoon, we drove towards to Cave Beach to surf and it’s an amazing experience! You will surf in a really clear water.  
To access Cave Beach is through Booderee National Park and you will pay around $11 dollars per car.

We had a great pasta and wine in our Airbnb accomodation together and we slept to enjoy the beaches on Sunday rested!

Day 3

We woke up and we all had a really good breakfast at home with bacon, eggs, mushroons, all the aussie style as we love and as planned, we visited on Sunday the wonderful Murray’s beach with its calm waters and relaxed environment. After that, we went to see the Hole in The Wall point – and is really beautiful. It’s a gorgeous place to take photos. 

After spent the morning around, we chilled out in the Green Patch, another beautiful beach really good for families, couples and to see Kangaroos, birds and you can also play with them. They are really cute.

We returned to Sydney around 5:30 pm on Sunday as we had a late check-out and we finished our amazing trip at the lake in front of the Sanctuary Point, with good memories for life and great times on Jervis. I wish to come back many many times because there is so much more to see there! 

Hole in The Wall point
Hole in The Wall point

Hope you enjoy this guide!

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