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Abrahams Bosom Reserve

Ever since the first sailing ships began to travel the Australian east coast, their captains have referred to Beecroft Headland as Abrahams Bosom, an Old Testament reference to safety, as the area afforded shelter to vessels plying the coast in turbulent weather. 

The beautiful Abrahams Bosom Walking Track winds its way around Beecroft Headland near Currarong on the NSW South Coast.

A popular spot with locals and visitors alike, the 9km walk passes through coastal heath and sandstone cliffs with magnificent views up and down the coastline.

Accessible to people of all ages and fitness levels, dog owners and bicycle riders (no motor bikes or 4WDs), the track has several spots ideal for fishing, picnicking and snorkelling.

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Beecroft Peninsula

The Beecroft Peninsula is home to the Department of Defence training area, but also has some spectacular landmarks and beaches and fishing spots.

Point Perpendicular Lighthouse located atop the sheer cliffs of the Beecroft Peninsula, Point Perpenducular lighthouse is 75 metres above the ocean with expansive views across Jervis bay and an ideal vantage point to watch the whale migration between May and November.

Honeymoon Bay and surrounding beaches - on the protected side of the peninsula you will discover three pristine beaches great for swimming, picnics, snorkelling sea kayaking or just relaxing.

Access to the Beecroft Peninsula via Lighthouse Rd, Currarong is prohibited during defence training times. Please check with the Nowra Visitors Centre to see if the peninsula is open before heading out there on 1300 662 808.

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Bird Watching

With it's pristine untouched landscape, Currarong is a haven for a diverse range of birds. Download the bird watching guide and/or the bird watching trail guide and start marking off the birds you see.

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Bushwalking Tracks

Along with the bushwalking tracks through the Abrahams Bosom reserve there are a variety of tracks for beginners to advanced level throughout the Shoalhaven.

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Climb Point Perp

Point Perpendicular (pictured) is located on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia. The historic lighthouse and the spectacular eighty metre high sandstone cliffs make it one of the most recognisable landmarks along the east coast.

Point Perpendicular is a truly stunning place. The views of Jervis Bay are magnificent and the exposure combines with the sound of the ocean to create a unique atmosphere.

Point Perpendicular is more than just a great climbing venue. It is a tourist attraction in its own right. The pristine white sandy beaches of Jervis Bay are only a few kilometres away and the diving and fishing is first class. During the whale migration it is one of the best whale watching locations on the south coast.

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Currarong

Currarong is a little coastal village approximately 2.5 hours south of Sydney on the northern shores of the Jervis Bay Marine Park. Within a short distance from the park there is an abundance of natural attractions. If you are a keen kayaker, birdwatcher,  fisher, bushwalker, beach goer or simply just want to relax in a quiet spot with a good book why not make Currarong Beachside Tourist Park your next holiday destination.

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Jervis Bay Wild

Discount vouchers available when you stay at Currarong Beachside Tourist Park

Jervis Bay Wild offers a range of breathtaking Whale Watching & Dolphin cruise options for you, your family and your friends to enjoy all year-round. Whale Watching and Dolphin Watching with us in beautiful Jervis Bay is a fantastic way to experience the excitement of pure nature like never before. We also offer other awesome activities throughout the year, which can be found below or on our Cruise Options page.

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Kayaking

The waters of the Shoalhaven are a paddling heaven with its extensive network of rivers, estuaries, lakes and beaches. The world is a gentler place when viewed from a kayak skimming over some of the cleanest water on the planet and exploring nature’s best-kept secrets. Pack a lunch and explore the local marine life, sea cliffs, beaches, bays and inlets around the scenic coastline of Currarong. Launch your kayak directly from the park for your ocean experience or a short drive to Honeymoon Bay to experience Jervis Bay.

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Paddle Boarding

Stand Up Paddle Board Hire is available at the park, see reception.

Fanatic Performance SUP Hire on the south coast is now available at the small village of Currarong which is located at the northern edge of the dramatic Beecroft Peninsula which adjoins Jervis Bay Marine Park and is 33 km south-east of Nowra.

Although Currarong is a little out of the way it is one of the most spectacular paddling destinations this country has to offer. Surrounded by 14 white sand beaches, including Long Beach, Cabbage Tree Beach and the perfectly horse-shoe shaped Honeymoon Bay, Currarong is quite simply the perfect paddling destination and offers options for all levels of riders from absolute beginners to advanced paddlers.

Currarong is also a world class rock, beach and ocean fishing location and boasts one of the few land based locations in Australia where Yellow Fin Tuna and Marlin can be caught, so if your a fisho' and a paddler this place is perfect.

It is also one of the few places in NSW where you can sit on a North West facing beach looking at mountains across the water, and watch the sun set over the ocean.

Currarong Beachside Tourist Park offers a range of caravan and camping sites to suit all travellers. Families will enjoy the wide open spaces, easy access to the beaches and rock pools of Currarong. Campers and Van lovers' will be impressed by the large level powered and unpowered sites and the addition of synthetic grass sites.

With a caravan park, bowling club and Zac’s Fish and Chip shop, Currarong has all the ingredients for a back to basics SUP family holiday

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Point Perpinducular

Drive through natural scrub and beautiful spring wildflowers to point perpendicular Lighthouse, and the spectacular escarpment at Jervis Bay.  The gravel road can get a little rough after rain but it is well worth the drive. 

The Light station was a major coastal light in a network of navigational aids operated and maintained by the Australian maritime Safety Authority.  It has now been replaced by a new lighthouse, but the building remains and is of historic significance.  There is no entry into the Lighthouse itself but the view from the Lighthouse is spectacular.

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