Jervis Bay Hotel & Accommodation

Jervis Bay lies on the south coast of New South Wales, along some of Australia's most breathtaking coastlines. With white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters, the shoreline of Jervis Bay comprises of some of the safest and most pristine beaches you'll find in Australia.

This incredibly popular destination is a haven for scuba diving, fishing, and other water sports and beach activities. The Jervis Bay area is also renowned for its abundant and vibrant flora and fauna.

Getting there is easy - if you're flying in to Sydney Jervis Bay is less than 3 hours drive. It's also a 3.5 hour drive from Canberra, and just 30 minutes from South Coast hub Nowra. Another popular way to travel is via your own self-itinerary - explore the region's stunning beaches and national parks at your own pace and hire a car.

Jervis Bay accommodation is fairly typical of the South Coast, ranging from luxury to budget - there's a choice of couples retreats, boutique bed and breakfasts, motels, hotels, cabins and holiday homes.

Travellers flock to Jervis Bay for one main reason: the world-class bay and the incredible wildlife that live in its surrounds. The region is renowned as one of the best places in Australia to witness whales migrating each year from June to November. In Jervis Bay humpbacks and southern right whales have been sighted offshore and within the bay's calm waters. Dolphins are also known to swim in the bay all year round.

You'll also have close encounters with many of the area's wildlife on land including the friendly wallabies which call the Jervis Bay National Park home.

Jervis Bay is a haven for swimmers and water sports, with dozens of unspoiled coastal and ocean beaches, lagoons, secret coves, secluded creeks, and hidden water holes where you can swim, kayak, fish, paddle board or surf until the sun goes down.

The nearby Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens occupy 403 hectares of the southern headland which forms the bay. These places of overwhelming natural beauty are owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and are the perfect spot for hiking, surfing or swimming available in picturesque surroundings.

The 'White Sands Walk' from Greenfield Beach to Hyams Beach is one of the best ways to take in the spectacular views and vast natural beauty of Jervis Bay on foot. It's an easy hour-long walk across the region's white sands in Hyams Beach, past unspoilt and secluded bay and beaches with world-class views of Jervis Bay's clear blue waters.

Only a short distance from Ulladulla, Kangaroo Valley and Berry, Jervis Bay is the perfect base for a more extended break on New South Wales' stunning south coast.

Book yourself some Jervis Bay accommodation and enjoy one of New South Wales' most breathtaking coast localities.