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  1. Shark Net Beach

    Shark Net Beach is located in Huskisson. The beach got its name from the shark net which used to be in the water there, but was taken away when the sea pool was built nearby. It is located close to Huskisson’s shops and eateries. You can ge…

  2. 5 Little Pigs Cafe

    5 Little Pigs is located in the hustle and bustle of the main strip of Owen Street in Huskisson on the NSW South Coast. 5 Little Pigs was established in 2012. By renovating in the latest trend of retro/Industrial’ style 5 Little Pigs is at …

  3. Shoalhaven Bike Hire

    Shoalhaven Bike Hire offers hire of bikes from as short as one hour to several days for travellers and locals alike. With several different adult mountain bikes to choose from, Shoalhaven Bike Hire can accommodate all people and all types o…

  4. Jervis Bay Wild

    Jervis Bay is renowned for its natural beauty and extraordinary wildlife, such as dolphins, seals, sea birds, fairy penguins and migrating whales (from May through November). Rich in Australian history, Aboriginal culture, and Geological ma…

  5. The Gunyah Restaurant

    Indulge yourself by night at Huskisson's Gunyah Restaurant with delicious regional food, on the stunning unspoilt South Coast, just a few kilometres from Jervis Bay. Dining under the stars at Paper Bark Camp is a memorable treat, or enjoy a…

  6. Jervis Bay Kayak and Paddlesports

    Kayak, Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) or Snorkel the beautiful foreshore and surrounds of Huskisson, Jervis Bay with this family owned and run company. Take one of their Guided Tours, have a Lesson or Hire Stand Up Paddle Boards, Kayaks or F…

  7. Sea Kayak Jervis Bay

    Sea Kayak Jervis Bay have been servicing the Adventure Tourism Market in the Shoalhaven Region for over 25 years. Fully Accredited Instructors and Guides operate year round in the Jervis Bay Marine Park running their tours and courses or yo…

  8. Jervis Bay Walks

    Jervis Bay Walks is here to make walking easy for you! There are many beautiful walks on or around the coastline of Jervis Bay. If you have no transport to get to them, or don't want to have to walk home the same way, then contact them. …

  9. Pirates: The (mostly) True Story!

    Yaaaaar Me Hearties! This April School holidays a pirate ship has docked inside the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum! Don a pirate hat, discover your pirate name and learn the truth about fearsome and swashbuckling pirate - from the notorious Bla…

  10. Simos Afloat

    As a fully licensed fishing charter operator, Simos Afloat caters for all types of fishing, such as game, sport, estuary and reef or bottom fishing. They specialise in small charters of up to eight people and provide complete and personal …

  11. Moona Moona Beach

    Moona Moona Beach lies just north of Moona Moona Creek and backs onto Huskisson Beach Tourist Park. The creek and the beach are great spots for swimming. The entrance to the creek is a popular family spot with shallow places to swim. Moona …

  12. Sea Kayak Jervis Bay

    Sea Kayak Jervis Bay (SKJB) is a fully accredited Outdoor Adventure Tour Operator with over 20 years of full time operation in the Jervis Bay region of the South Coast of NSW. The Jervis Bay Marine Park, 2.5 hours south of Sydney, offers w…

  13. The Quarters Huskisson

    The Quarters Huskisson is a stylish eatery and bar serving modern cuisine with an extensive wine list, beers, and cocktails. Set in a converted old cottage, you can dine on the front deck, in the dining room or by the fire out back. Open…

  14. Jervis Bay Maritime Museum

    The Jervis Bay Maritime Museum features a world renowned collection of maritime artefacts and navigational and surveying instruments. The Museum exhibits a range of nautical equipment, models, photographs, paintings, drawings and objects r…

  15. Bonsai at the Bay

    Bonsai at the Bay is a bonsai nursery with a collection of over 1000 bonsai, said to be some of the best in Australia. They have a wide and varied choice of small through to extra large bonsai from three to 40 years of age. Bonsai at the …

  16. Jervis Bay Whales

    Humpback whales are seen from late May to late November. Ask about Jervis Bay Whales' sighting guarantee and about seeing the mother humpbacks and their newborn calves in Jervis Bay sheltered waters! During whale watch season it's also poss…