Coastal Camping in Shoalhaven
Spend a few nights under the stars and soak up the incredible natural beauty of Jervis Bay and the Shoalhaven region. Choose from luxury glamping in tranquil bushland or pitch a tent in coastal campgrounds, and enjoy secluded beaches, beautiful national parks and plenty of family-friendly activities.
You can camp steps from the beach at Bristol Point, Cave Beach and Green Patch campgrounds, all located within Jervis Bay's beautiful Booderee National Park. Explore bushwalking and cycling tracks; swim in the surf; try fishing, stand-up paddle boarding and snorkelling; or get out on the water by hiring a boat.
A place of significance to the local Koori people, Booderee National Park has an active Aboriginal cultural program. Join a guided bush walk, listen to campfire stories, participate in a weaving workshop or learn about bush tucker and medicinal uses of plants. There’s also a school holiday program for kids.
From May to November, there’s excellent whale watching in the area. You’ll find spectacular clifftop vantage points at Abrahams Bosom Reserve, an easy walk from campsites at Holiday Haven Currarong. Holiday Haven Bendalong and Holiday Haven Ulladulla Headland are also located on headlands great for whale watching.
If you like the idea of camping in comfort, book into Paperbark Camp in Huskisson. Stay in luxurious solar-powered safari-style tents set amid a peaceful bush setting and dine in the treetops at the superb on-site restaurant. Tilba Lake Camp has stylish yurt-style tents set on 11 acres of country pasture.
Further south is Murramarang National Park, known for its excellent beaches and wildlife. The park's beachfront caravan sites and campgrounds include Depot Beach cabins, Durras Lake North Holiday Park and BIG4 South Durras Holiday Park. At Pebbly Beach, you can camp alongside the area’s famous resident kangaroos.