NSW Jervis Bay National Park lies on 4,854 hectares. Sections of the park fringe Jervis Bay, St George Basin, and ocean beaches. The area is rich in Aboriginal heritage, including important wetlands and preserves a flourishing diversity of plants and animals. The park lies next to the Commonwealth-managed Jervis Bay National Park which is now called Booderee National Park. The forests, bays and beaches are great for swimming, bushwalking, birdwatching, or enjoying the tranquillity. Greenfield Beach has visitor facilities which include wheelchair access to the beach. From here, you can follow the information signs on the White Sands Walk along the coast to Hyams Beach, and return by the Scribbly Gum Track. On the northern side of the bay, Hammerhead Point and Red Point have picnic areas. Camping is not permitted in the park.
NSW Jervis Bay National Park - Jervis Bay
For more information: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au