Enjoy sailing, fishing and swimming at Callala Bay, a gorgeous area in Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast. Relax on sandy white beaches, swim in crystal-blue waters and enjoy beachside barbecues. Learn to sail at the Jervis Bay Sailing Club and take a ferry to Huskisson for dolphin-watching cruises.
About Callala Bay
On the northern shore of beautiful Jervis Bay, Callala Bay is a charming coastal town with a boat ramp and a jetty providing easy access to the crystal-blue waters. You’ll find plenty of things to do and see in this pretty area, including sailing, fishing, swimming, snorkelling and bushwalking.
Jervis Bay Sailing Club at Callala Bay offers sailing lessons. Nearby is Jervis Bay National Park, where there are picturesque beaches, sand forests, eucalypt woodlands and abundant wildlife. Enjoy bushwalking and fishing in the park, which protects significant Aboriginal cultural heritage sites.
Just south of Callala Bay is gorgeous Callala Beach, backed by a reserve with barbecues and picnic tables. At Club Callala enjoy delicious food, lawn bowls and a round of golf on the 18-hole course where kangaroos roam. A courtesy bus operates around the local area seven days a week.
Nearby is the village of Myola and Currambene Creek, a popular fishing spot. You can rent a boat from Husky Hire-A-Boat at Woollamia Boat Ramp and explore the pretty waterway. Take the Husky Ferry from Myola to Huskisson, where dolphin- and whale-watching cruises depart.
Getting to Callala in the wonderful Shoalhaven region is easy. The drive from Sydney along the spectacular NSW South Coast or east from Canberra is less than three hours. Accommodation in the area suits various budgets, from luxury beach houses to bayside holiday houses and caravan and camping sites.