How to Spend a weekend in Jervis Bay
Updated: May 24
Jervis Bay is an absolute gem located just an easy three hour drive south of Sydney. It's the perfect weekend getaway from the city. We've teamed up with Riparide to help people discover weekend adventures close to Sydney! It's a privilege to be able to immerse yourself back into nature and visit some of the most pristine beaches Australia has to offer.
Where to stay:
Worrowing Wilderness Hut
We spent the weekend at Worrowing Wilderness Hut and it was absolutely incredible! Imagine waking up to the sounds of birds and seeing Kangaroos enjoying their breakfast from your bedroom window! It was an experience I will never forget. Our hut was completely isolated, so it felt like we had so much privacy.
We were able to make a fire at night outside too! Worrowing has all the amenities of a fine hotel, but submersed in the woods. Worrowing is also a very short drive from Hyam's beach and the Booderee National Park.
To book our exact accommodation, click here.
Things to do:
Visit the Booderee National Park
One of the most beautiful National Parks! There are plenty of nature walks and some of the most stunning beaches! I recommend starting at Murray's beach at the far end of the national park. The beach was so white and the water was the brightest color of blue! We also did the Murray's beach walk and it was nice. There were some beautiful views of the coastline. The walk was quite easy and took about 45 minutes-1 hour.
To enter into the Booderee National Park, you must purchase a permit. You can easily purchase this online before you enter. The permit is $13 per vehicle. Click here to purchase your permit
We also visited Hole in the Wall beach. The actual "hole in the wall" was nice to look at, but we thought the beach had too much seaweed every where for our taste.
Our absolute favorite beach was Iluka beach. Our jaws dropped when we walked to the beach! The Booderee National Park is a must see while you're in Jervis Bay!
Visit Hyam's Beach
This beach is what Jervis Bay is famous for! It really is a must see on your visit. This beach is known for having the whitest sand in all of Australia.
Huskisson is the cutest beach town! It really is so quintessential Australian. There are a lot of cute shops and restaurants.
Visit the Beecroft National Park
This national park is free to enter into. It's a great stop on your way back to Sydney. The national park is located about an hour away from Hyam's beach and has views of the opposite side of the Booderee National Park. It is home to one of the first lighthouses in Australia and has stunning views of the coastline. If you visit during the winter, you might be lucky enough to spot a whale!
We also stopped at Honeymoon Bay. The water was so calm, it's a beautiful beach.
Stop in Berry for a wine tasting
We made a quick stop at Two Figs Winery on our way back to Sydney. This was our first time tasting in Berry and we were so impressed. The wine was good. We loved the view from the winery too! Two Figs Winery is perched up on top of a hill and is the perfect spot to spend a relaxing afternoon. The winery does make cheese platters and you can buy a bottle to sit outside at one of their many tables and hang out with friends. Make a reservation online for your tasting as they do get pretty busy! Tastings are $5 a person.
Where to eat:
Located on the main strip in Huskisson, this little fish and chip shop is legit. The fish was so fresh.
5 Little Pigs
This is the cafe to be at for breakfast! The blueberry pancakes were outstanding as well as the Big Pig Brekkie! Click here to view their menu.
Coffee on the Double
This is the cutest Double-Decker Bus renovated into a coffee shop! Super unique and the coffee was great too! Click here for exact location on google maps!
This bakery has it all! Between savory pies and some mouth watering sweets, we had already eaten a big meal and still had to stop!
Such a convenient stop for breakfast overlooking Hyam's beach. Although we only stopped for some muffins and coffee, the food looked absolutely delicious here.
I was told that this was a must visit and oh it did not disappoint! The doughnuts are made fresh to order and are hot when you eat them! So delicious!
Although some parts of this trip were sponsored by Riparide, all opinions are of course our own.
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