For all enquiries relating to prospective bookings, quotes, prices and availability (no obligation), please use our Bookings Form.
For other enquiries feel free to use the email link below, we will respond within 2 days. Bookings are essential!
Manager on-site 24 hours
Prices are based on a 2 night minimum stay for cabins. Please note there is a no refund policy.
Christmas / New Year bookings minimum 7 night stay.
Seniors Rates are available during non-peak periods.
Late check-in is available subject to conditions.
Community bus / taxis available to Huskisson – 4 min drive.
Nearest beach – Huskisson is a 4 min drive.
Real camping with all amenities toilets showers.
Parking is available next to campsites.
Caravans are always welcome.
Bookings are essential. Sorry no dogs or cats permitted.
Maximum 5 adults per campsite.
We reserve the right to change site allocations at any time.
Group bookings: price on application
Jervis Bay Cabins & Camping
55 Goodland Road, Huskisson NSW 2540
Tel 02 4441 5809
Email us here
Office Hours: 9am – 5pm Sat – Thurs 9am – 6pm Friday
Please note: Late check-in is available on request to 9pm only
Cancellations and Refunds
Please choose your booking dates carefully. Cancellation Fees Apply.
Refunds are not available for bookings cancelled less than 30 days before arrival or due to early departures, no shows, change of mind, inclement weather, or where persons breach park rules and are asked to leave.
Additional fees and charges:
Cleaning fee: A minimum fee of $100 will be charged if cabin / site is left in an unsatisfactory condition upon departure.
Day visitors: $10 per person per day.
Late departure: Subject to availability, fees may apply.
Our sites are: 1 car per site, extra vehicles to park outside park, sites are booked for 1 car 1 tent / caravan / camper per site.
Please note coins are needed for showers in amenities block to reduce water use.
Jervis Bay Cabins & Camping is located on 5 beautiful acres of bushland next to the pristine waters of Currambene Creek.
Currambene Creek is more like a river and now forms part of the Jervis Bay Marine Park.
Latitude 35 Degrees .26 South Longitude 150 Degrees .38.42 East