A holiday park in Jervis Bay is the perfect choice for anyone looking to enjoy a relaxing getaway in a natural setting. Jervis Bay’s holiday parks can provide a range of accommodation options, from camping and powered sites to cabins and villas. Families, couples, and solo travelers will all find something to fit their needs.
Compared to staying in a Jervis Bay hotel or rental, a holiday park in Jervis Bay offers a more immersive holiday. You can experience the natural beauty of Jervis Bay firsthand, but still have access to amenities. Jervis Bay caravan parks offer a more affordable option for those traveling with family or on a budget.
Holiday Haven White Sands is a park in Huskisson offering camping and caravan sites with stunning views across the bay. With direct access to Huskisson Beach it is also only a short walk from shops and restaurants. Facilities including a camp kitchen, playground, and dump point.
This park is located in Sanctuary Point and offers comfortable en-suite cabins and pet-friendly camping sites. Includes all the usual amenities such as a camp kitchen, BBQ area, fire pit, plus a saltwater swimming pool. Guests love the friendly hosts and overall cleanliness.
Located just off Husky beach this park offers holiday cabins, powered ensuite sites, and lovely shady campsites. Expect a nice swimming pool and playground, but you might not need them thanks to the direct beach access. Pet-friendly in certain seasons.
Located between Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin this park is surrounded by National Parks. Expect stunning views of the basin and Budawang ranges. The park feels secluded with beautiful native flowers and shrubs, but is only minutes away from famous Hyam’s Beach.
At northern edge of Jervis Bay you will find Holiday Haven Currarong. Whether you are in a tent, caravan or cabin you get direct access to Currarong Beach and Creek. The park is a perfect base to explore the Beecroft Peninsula, Point Perpendicular and Honeymoon Bay. Families will love the splash pad, mini golf course and jumping pillow.
Myola is a hidden gem in Jervis Bay. It’s perfect for snorkelling and exploring the famous white sand beaches. Management of this park has recently been taken over by Tasman Holiday Parks. Expect a clean park with newly refurbished cabins, and powered and unpowered sites.
No prizes for guessing where this park is located. One of few privately owned parks, it is well-maintained with a private boat ramp and floating pontoon. Options include powered and unpowered campsites, as well as pet-friendly villas. Adventurous guests can hire kayaks and SUPs at reception.