Jervis Bay National Park, Jervis Bay

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Jervis Bay National Park, formerly known as Jervis Bay National Park, consists of several protected areas on the western and northern foreshores of Jervis Bay, on the south coast of New South Wales. The park is close to the town of Huskisson.Visitor facilities are provided in the Greenfield Beach section of the park, including toilets, showers and walking tracks.The park was gazetted in 1995 as "Jervis Bay National Park " to avoid confusion with nearby Booderee National Park in the Jervis Bay Territory, then known by the same name. Part of Jervis Bay itself is reserved as Jervis Bay Marine Park.Jervis Bay National Park is 48.57 km² in size and is managed by the New South Wales Department of Environment and Climate Change.
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  • Jervis Bay is surrounded by villages that offer from camping to luxury high end hotel accommodation, world class restaurants, bars, w-end markets, shopping, museum and art galleries. The lovely towns ...  more »
  • Lots of trails and beaches to check out. Its pretty sleepy during off season so you have the trails and beaches almost all to yourself  more »
  • One of the most beautiful national parks visited in Australia. Stunning beaches. We also visited the old lighthouse. And we also had the first meeting with an echidna. The entrance is free of charge but totally worth it.
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  • Need to pay to get in. So did not go in there. Get better photos of the maritime college and bay from the road before you reach the gate.
  • A fantastic escape a few hours drive from Sydney. White sand and calm and warm water
  • Well worth the $11 entry per car per 48 hours. Visiting he lighthouse remains site is a must - breathtaking 270' pacific ocean view.
  • Cleanest water, whitest sand. Many unique natural features. Many nice places to stay.
  • Beautiful piece of coastline. One of the best spots we have ever visited. Crystal clear waters, white sand, amazing hikes!