Currarong is a quintessential coastal village located on the northern side of Beecroft Peninsula. This headland makes up the northern side of idyllic Jervis Bay. Situated within the pristine Jervis Bay Marine Park, Currarong is just a 2.5 hour drive away from both Sydney and Canberra.
The village itself is secluded and surrounded by natural bushland, offering a huge variety of eco activities for the adventure seeker. Lovely bushwalking trails lead you through the beautifully diverse coastal heathland to the majestic sea cliffs, providing some of the most stunning vistas along the south coast. During whale watching season, you’ll no doubt spot a lazy southern right whale or an acrobatic humpback or two!
Renowned for its fishing, Currarong also boasts a newly completed boat-ramp, providing the closest access on the south coast to the Sir Joseph Banks fishing grounds.
Lining Currarong’s north western coast is Warrain Beach, which caters for surfers of all abilities, from the grommies on the foam boards up to the most skilled. Kayaking, snorkelling, mountain biking, rock climbing and world renowned land base game fishing are but a few of the activities to indulge in.
The popular seafood cafe "Zacs" overlooks the Creek and Warrain Beach, the perfect spot to watch the sunset. Currarong Bowling & Recreation Club also provides tasty Chinese food and live music during the holidays. There is plenty of holiday accommodation in the area including many private holiday houses and a Holiday Haven Caravan Park with cabins.
A visit to this unique village will surely take your breath away, and have you wanting to return.
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