On the New South Wales South Coast is a sleepy little waterside village very popular popular with holiday makers.
The calm crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay make make it an ideal snorkeling destination for the whole family and Currarong is the perfect place to start.
On the protected bay side of the peninsula is beautiful Honeymoon Bay, popular for informal camping, snorkeling and sea kayaking.This is also an ideal picnic spot for day visitors.
In June and July if the water is a bit nippy and the whales are migrating north, a spot of whale watching from the 75 meter Beecroft Peninsula might be just what the doctor ordered.
From September to November you can catch the South bound migration.
Even if the whales don’t materialize the expansive views of Jervis Bay are well worth the effort.
Nearby is Beecroft Peninsula with its spectacular sheer cliff face arising 75 metres from the ocean, leading to the Point Perpendicular lighthouse. It offers expansive views of Jervis Bay and is one of the ideal vantage points along the coast to watch the whales travelling north in June/July & returning south in September to November.