Feature location: Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin
Areas of interest: Bherwerre Peninsula, Beecroft peninsula, Bowen Island, Carama Inlet, Currembene Creek, St Georges Basin.
How to get there: Jervis Bay is situated on the coast about 3 hours south of Sydney.
Suitable Craft: Sea Kayak, Touring kayak, Sit On Top Kayak.
Jervis Bay should be listed as one of the natural wonders of the World. The variety of waterways to explore is truly endless with something for everyone not matter what the wind and swell are doing. Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin are quite circular in shape so you can always find a sheltered shoreline to paddle. You can explore everything from the clam waters of the Mangrove Rivers to the open water sea caves and cliffs and island all within a short drive to a launch site. Camping is available in the Booderee and Jervis Bay National Parks with plenty of options close or away from the main town centre of Huskisson. The Crystal Clear waters, abundant Sea Life and pristine White Sandy beaches make a complete package in an easy weekend away or extended paddling holiday location. More Information is available at www.seakayakjervisbay.com