9 Fabulous places to stay in Jervis Bay

Of all the wonderful coastal locations in New South Wales to holiday at, Jervis Bay is up there with the very best of them.

Located 200 kilometres south of Sydney, this stunning oceanic village and bay is famed for possessing the whitest sand in the world. It also has world class surf, crystal clear waters for surfing and a number of remote coves which are fabulous places to explore.

Spanning 102 square kilometres, there is plenty to see and do in the area. There are also a number of  fantastic places to stay in Jervis Bay too.

If you are planning a visit here and are on the hunt for a good standard of holiday accommodation, we are happy to recommend this list of providers to you.

Atra Jervis Bay Beach Front Family Holiday Home

If you are a true thalassophile the Atra Jervis Bay Beach Front Family Holiday Home should definitely be your kind of place.

Situated on absolute beachfront along Callala Beach, this property has a distinctly beach-chic vibe, with decor and amenities that bring to mind a mini seaside resort.

The layout of the holiday home is beautifully set up to enhance the coastal location, with numerous balconies, an outdoor bath, fire pit and various living areas for guests to enjoy.

A very relaxing place to stay, one of the best features of this property is that it also allows you to fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves as well.

Paperbark Camp

Paperbark Camp

For those who love to immerse themselves in nature, the Paperbark Camp is a great option.

Located around 4 km from the town of Huskisson, and the associated hiking trails of Jervis Bay National Park, this camp offers rustic luxury, relaxation and privacy in abundance, 

Taking the form of premium eco tent accommodation, it presents 13 African safari-style luxury tents for guests to stay in.

Flanked by verdant bushland, the camps take glamping to another level with an excellent range of facilities and mod cons that will provide you with a home away from home.

Giving you a great base to enjoy activities like snorkelling, kayaking, surfing, or paddle-boarding, the property also provides a reception, bar, restaurant and communal lounge area known as The Gunyah (or ‘meeting place’),

During your stay here, you should be able to see a number of kangaroos too.

Parma House

Parma House

In recent years agro-tourism has really taken off and one of the best places to partake in this movement within New South Wales is at Parma House.

Built in 1974, a stay at this stunning 250-hectare heritage-listed cattle farm involves really embracing the rural way of life. We are talking slipping on your gumboots and feeding the chooks, collecting their eggs, fishing in the farm lake and tendering to the belted Galloway cows.

Located just 15 minutes from the beach, you will also have plenty of opportunity to surf and sunbathe during your stay here too. While the house itself is beautifully appointed in a rustic farmhouse style that is warm and inviting.

Worrowing Estate

Worrowing Estate

Combining a stunning coastal location with an impressive 100-hectare farmland property, Worrowing Estate offers a fabulous range of accommodation options to suit all styles and budgets.

Guests can choose between the main farm-style house and a number of cottages, all of which have been wonderfully preserved using a mix of reclaimed timbers and traditional materials.

For something a little different guests can also choose to stay in a wilderness hut that is surrounded by bushland from the Jervis Bay National Park. Alternatively they can book a cool little boat shed, or a converted horse stables too.

The property also has a quaint beach shack situated some 50 metres from Nelson’s Beach if you would prefer to be right by the ocean.

Green Patch

Green Patch

If you are in to camping, or simply want a decent budget accommodation option that won’t break the bank the Green Patch campsite in Jervis Bay is a very good option.

Situated a hop, skip and a jump away from the fabulous Green Patch Beach, as well as a delightful lagoon which is nestled within Booderee National Park, a stay here provides you with plenty of opportunities to enjoy outdoor recreational activities like swimming and kayaking.

An ideal campsite for families who love nature, this relaxed venue is also a great spot for kangaroo spotting, as the animals make regular appearances around the site.

Beachstone Vincentia

Beachstone Vincentia

Owned by the Supercalla Experience group, the Beachstone Vincentia is a modern and exceptional beach cottage in Jervis Bay.

Recently renovated, it still possesses a lot of the spirit and charm of its former beach shack self but is even more set up for customers to relax and unwind.

This includes features like a stunning verandah, which is perfect for watching the sunrise with your morning cuppa, as well as an outdoor hot tub. It also has quaint little nooks for books, as well as an eye-catching fireplace or lounge to read them by.

Situated just a short walk from the popular Orion Beach in Vincentia, the property is also set within beautifully landscaped gardens that even has an outdoor bath and shower.

The Cove Jervis Bay

The Cove Jervis Bay

For those looking for a tranquil retreat during their stay in Jervis Bay it is hard to go past The Cove.

An eco-certified property, which is set against the wonderful backdrop of the Booderee National Park, The Cove offers a range of self-catering accommodation options which are perfect for guests who want a bit of peace and quiet.

These accommodations take various forms including a Fun House which can sleep 23 guests in 7 different bedrooms, as well as ocean cabins, surf cabins, boat cabins and salt cabins. All of which can accommodate between 2 and 6 people.

There is even a really cool glamping option for those who are fully prepared to leave all their home comforts behind.

Jervis Bay Holiday Park

Jervis Bay Holiday Park

As accommodation providers in the area go, you can’t get much closer to the water than the Jervis Bay Holiday Park.

Boasting its own boat ramp, this property is the very definition of absolute river front. So it is perfect for those who enjoy kayaking, canoeing, paddling or stand up paddle boarding. Most of which takes place on the picturesque Currambene Creek.

Offering both powered and unpowered sites, this family-friendly holiday park offers a range of accommodation options including glamping sites, premium waterfront sites and bushman’s cabins for RVs or tents.

Bangalay Luxury Villas

Bangalay Luxury Villas

Alright, so the Bangalay Luxury Villas are not technically located in Jarvis Bay. But they are only an hour’s drive south of Shoalhaven Heads, which in our book is close enough!

Offering something for everyone, this luxury accommodation, is flanked by an excellent 18-hole golf course. It is also a short stroll to the fabulous Seven Mile Beach, while there is also an acclaimed restaurant onsite too, which dishes up a terrific menu of gastronomic delights.

A modern property that showcases eye-catching design and decor, it also boasts a number of state-of-the-art facilities including a charging station for your Tesla.