The Outback, Broken Hill. Credit: Maxime Coquard;Destination NSW
View of New England. Credit: Destination NSW; Murray Vanderveer
Kiama, South Coast. Credit: Destination NSW; Murray Vanderveer
Jervis Bay Coastal Camping
Coastal camping in the Shoalhaven
Camp moments from the beach or park your caravan near the shoreline to enjoy an unforgettable camping experience amidst spectacular scenery. You can also enjoy the unrivalled views of the NSW South Coast from a wide range of incredible beachfront properties.
Camp moments from the beach at the Bristol Point, Cave Beach, and Green Patch camping areas, within Jervis Bay's beautiful Booderee National Park. A beautiful place to explore, here you can make the most of bushwalking and cycling trails, or relax and enjoy getting out on the water by hiring a boat, swimming, fishing, stretching out with some stand up paddleboarding or snorkelling.
The park also features an active Aboriginal cultural program with activities such as fun and educational bush walks, campfire stories and games for kids.
From May to November this area is an excellent place for whale watching. If you are in need of a break, treat yourself by settling into some luxury tented accommodation at Paperbark Camp, set amid a tranquil bush setting and with a superb on-site restaurant.
Not far from Shoalhaven Heads you will also find powered and unpowered sites, as well as cabins, at Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park, located near the beautiful village of Gerroa and minutes from the shores of Seven Mile Beach. On the other side of Crooked River you will find Discovery Holiday Park Gerroa. While in Gerroa, you can canoe and kayak on the river, explore the spectacular headland, or relax at the beach.
Enjoy fine dining experiences focused on using the freshest local produce and showcasing the region's growing wine industry. At the start of Australia's Oyster Coast, Shoalhaven is a mecca for fresh oysters and fresh fish straight from the fishing fleet in Ulladulla.