On the spectacular coastline at Currarong, relax on white sandy beaches, enjoy swimming, surfing and fishing, and explore a marvellous reef teeming with marine life, such as dolphins and stingrays. The Hammerhead sanctuary zone in the Jervis Bay Marine Park is popular for snorkelling and scuba diving.

  • Point Perpendicular Lighthouse
  • Honeysuckle Point, Currarong

About Currarong

A charming seaside village, Currarong in the beautiful Shoalhaven region is perfect for a beach holiday and aqueous adventures, including world-class fishing and wonderful reef diving. Take your pick of gorgeous beaches and enjoy spectacular coastal vantage points for whale watching.

Under three hours’ drive from Sydney or Canberra on the NSW South Coast, Currarong is at the northern edge of the dramatic Beecroft Peninsula and adjacent to splendid Jervis Bay, a haven for dolphins, seals and penguins. Jervis Bay Marine Park also encompasses the waters off Currarong.

Crookhaven Heads

The main protected beach is Abrahams Bosom, where there is a natural rock pool, a lovely reserve with picnic tables and barbecue facilities, and two scenic walks. The Wreck Walk is to the remains of SS Merimbula, shipwrecked in 1928. Or try the three-hour Trig Wall for breathtaking panoramas.

Sheer cliffs rise up from the sea at Beecroft Peninsula, a great spot for spotting dolphins and migrating whales. You can drive along Lighthouse Road to Point Perpendicular Lighthouse, established in 1899 at the northern entrance to Jervis Bay, for more magnificent views.

Just north of Currarong is Hammerhead Point, a delightful picnic area and another excellent location to look out for humpbacks and southern right whales during the annual migration. The reef in the Hammerhead sanctuary zone is teeming with marine life and great for diving and snorkelling.

You’ll find plenty of accommodation options in Currarong, ranging from holiday cottages and beach houses to a holiday park and camping. The pretty campground at Honeymoon Bay, on the shores of Jervis Bay, is only open on weekends and during school holidays because of naval exercises in the area.

  1. Abrahams Bosom Reserve

    Features of the scenic reserve include the beach, a natural rock pool, creek, scenic walking tracks and picnic facilities. Make sure to take detours to the stunning Gosangs Tunnel and Mermaid Inlet from the main...

  2. Currarong Beach

    Currarong Beach features a sheltered swimming area at the southern end as well as the rivermouth to Currarong Creek, which is a popular spot for swimming, picnicking and kayaking. The creek is also used for launching...

  3. Hammerhead Point Picnic Area

    Hammerhead Point picnic area is located just a short walk from Warrain Beach.Grab a table or spread your blanket on the grass. You can enjoy your sandwiches while nicely sheltered from the elements, thanks...

  4. Lobster Bay

    Lobster Bay is a north facing beach located along Coomies Walk in Abrahams Bosom Reserve. It can only be accessed on foot from Abrahams Bosom car park and takes about one and a half hours to walk to. There are...

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