Phone: (02) 4443 0977
'walawaani njindiwan njin Booderee' - Welcome everyone - this is Booderee. Booderee National Park is breathtakingly beautiful! It is home to beaches with the whitest sand in the world and you will be amazed by the crystal clear water and diverse marine life. Our variety of campsites offer natural bush camping with great amenities. Stroll to the beach from your campsite, take one of the many walks through the park or simply sit and watch the native animals at play.
Phone: 02 4443 0356
Palm Beach Caravan Park is a pet friendly family orientated park situated in a semi bushland setting, close to Jervis Bay Marine Park, Booderee National Park and St Georges Basin.
Phone: 02 4441 5046
Jervis Bay Caravan Park and Cabins is a well maintained, unspoilt, privately owned park on a crystal clear waterway accessing Jervis Bay. A unique feature of the park is it's own private boat ramp and jetty, a perfect spot to launch your boat, canoe or Kayak.
Phone: +61 (0)2 4441 6066
Combining unique luxury tented accommodation with wonderful food & warm hospitality, Paperbark Camp is a peaceful bush retreat in beautiful Jervis Bay - think camping for grown-ups! Just over two hours drive from Sydney on the unspoilt south coast of NSW, Jervis Bay is a nature lovers paradise with spectacular coastal scenery, clear and calm water for swimming and pristine white sand beaches for strolling and relaxing on...
Phone: 1300 662 808
Bordered by the mountains, coastal plains and 109 magnificent beaches, the Shoalhaven is an easy drive from Sydney or Canberra. And from many of the coastal villages, well-mapped scenic drives take in open expanses of pastureland, reserve forests and stunning beaches – plus you’re never too far from a great café or picturesque picnic spot.
Phone: 02 4441 5809
http://www.jervisbaycabins.com.au Real, Old Fashioned, Friendly, Country Service If you are looking for a quiet caravan or camping holiday in the bush, on the creek and away from traffic noise . . . then book with us. Hang your hammock in the shade of the trees. Read your book, then close your eyes and simply listen to the songs of the bush. As night begins its journey, build your camp fire, cast a line and take in the magic of the stars . . . sleep.