Top 10 Campgrounds Near Jervis Bay, Australia

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Jervis Bay attracts many outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world because of its pristine beaches with sparkling aquamarine waters and abundant marine life. Moreover, it is home to Booderee National Park and Botanical Gardens. A visit to this park can let you meet kangaroos and plenty of bird species. Surrounding it are charming seaside towns and villages, which offer various recreational activities such as diving, fishing and sailing tours, and whale-watching cruises. If you are visiting during summer, you may want to check out the famous Hyams Beach. For an immersive outdoor experience, a camping trip may be ideal. Scroll down for the top campgrounds near Jervis Bay, Australia.

Tent-only campgrounds

1. Sunburnt Beach campground

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Offering 10 tent campsites, Sunburnt Beach campground is perfect for those who wish to bask under the sun and indulge themselves in Sunburnt Beach’s beauty. Since it only has limited campsites, reservations are required. It is in a remote area and electricity is unavailable, so you can unplug and enjoy a tranquil retreat. You can visit at any time of the year, depending on what activities you would like to do. If you are into canoeing and kayaking, autumn is the best time to visit. During summer, you can have fun fishing, surfing, and swimming.

Sunburnt Beach campground

Address: Sunburnt Walking Track, Termeil NSW 2539, Australia (

Website: Sunburnt Beach campground

2. Toorooroo campground

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Toorooroo campground is an ideal base camp for those who wish to explore Morton National Park and go birdwatching, bushwalking, and fishing. It offers three campsites that need to be booked in advance. While it is not a powered campground, there are basic amenities for guests to enjoy, such as barbecue facilities and picnic tables. A parking area is available as well. If you are visiting during summer, you can tread the park’s lush rainforests. During autumn, you can enjoy river-based activities like paddling at the nearby Kangaroo River.

Toorooroo campground

Address: Yalwal Rd, Buangla NSW 2540, Australia (

Website: Toorooroo campground

3. Cave Beach Camping Ground

Top Campgrounds Near Jervis Bay, Australia
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Nestled among coastal tea trees, Cave Beach is perfect for lightweight camping. It is an ideal surfing area as it is within walking distance of Bherwerre Beach and Sussex Inlet. Its main campground is situated 0.3 km (0.2 mi) away from the parking area. As a camper here, you can have access to all of its amenities, including the public toilets, shower areas, and a sheltered barbecue area. Note that only tents measuring not more than 3 x 4.5 m (9.8 x 14.8 ft.) are allowed here.

Cave Beach Camping Ground

Address: Caves Beach Rd, Jervis Bay NSW 2540, Australia (

Website: Cave Beach Camping Ground

4. Bristol Point Camping Ground

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Bristol Point is beautifully surrounded by mature bushland and is a few minutes away from a couple of local beaches, featuring walk-in campsites. The campground proper is only 50 m (164. ft) away from the parking area. During the peak season between October and May, campsites are typically booked for the weekends at least a month in advance. Amenities you can use include barbecue facilities, hot and cold showers, public toilets, wood fireplaces, and fresh water. However, it is highly recommended that you bring your own barbecue equipment.

Bristol Point Camping Ground

Address: Jervis Bay Rd, Jervis Bay Territory NSW 2540, Australia (

Website: Bristol Point Camping Ground

RV campgrounds & RV sites

5. Green Patch Campground

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Providing direct beach access and surrounded by abundant bushland, Green Patch is ideal for small families and groups. It offers different campsites, including drive-in, large-sized, standard-sized, and walk-in. These campsites are allocated according to the size of caravans and tents, as well as the number of vehicles, so ensure that you indicate these details properly upon booking. If you are visiting during the busy season from October through May, you need to make a reservation at least a month in advance. On-site amenities include public toilets, sheltered barbecues, showers with hot water, and fresh water.

Green Patch Campground

Address: Greenpatch, Jervis Bay JBT 2540 Australia (

Website: Green Patch Campground

6. Hidden Creek Campsite

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Posted by Hidden Creek Campsite on Thursday, February 25, 2021

Hidden Creek Campsite is set in 2-hectare (5-acre) bushland, stunningly surrounded by Currambene Creek. Guaranteeing a genuine camping experience, the campsite can accommodate different types of campers. Whether you are bringing a small tent, large tent, caravan, motorhome, or trailer, you are welcome to camp here. It has a couple of remote campsites suitable for solo backpackers and couples who wish to enjoy some solitude. Powered and unpowered campsites are available too. If you prefer glamping, you can book its well-equipped Belle tent.

Hidden Creek Campsite

Address: 55 Goodland Road, Woollamia, Jervis Bay NSW 2540 Australia (

Website: Hidden Creek Campsite

7. Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach

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Posted by Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach on Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Boasting an idyllic location on Jervis Bay, Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach offers various accommodation options. It has powered en suite campsites and shaded campsites, aside from fully self-contained cabins. During your stay here as a camper, you can have access to its communal amenities such as barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, dump point, kid’s playground, and swimming pool. For a minimal fee, you may also use the laundry facilities within the premises. Sports equipment like standup paddleboards and tennis balls and racquets are available for rent too.

Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach

Address: 17A Beach St, Huskisson NSW 2540, Australia (

Website: Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach

8. Bream Beach Holiday Park

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Bream Beach Holiday Park is strategically located between Jervis Bay and St. Georges Basin, offering spectacular views. It is open for both caravans and tents, with its tent campsites situated on well-drained, sandy soil and touring campsites equipped with electricity. In its amenities block, you can find coin-operated laundry facilities that you can use for convenience. Its peak seasons are during October, Easter, and Christmas. If you are into fishing, it is the perfect place for you to stay as Bream Beach is a renowned fishing destination in the area.

Bream Beach Holiday Park

Address: 66 Wrights Beach Rd, Bream Beach NSW 2540, Australia (

Website: Bream Beach Holiday Park

9. Berry Showground Camping

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Considered one of New South Wales’ (NSW) best showgrounds, Berry Showground Camping is famous for shady areas and well-maintained lawns. It welcomes caravans and trailers, offering various camping amenities like modern power poles, private hot showers, and a dump point. It also has horse sites suitable for transport horses touring around the country for equestrian events. Since it is located in Berry, you can easily enjoy the many tasteful offerings of nearby bakeries, cafes, restaurants, and wineries.

Berry Showground Camping

Address: 35 Alexandra St, Berry NSW 2535, Australia (

Website: Berry Showground Camping

10. Termeil Point campground

Termeil Point
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Termeil Point campground provides convenient beach and lake access, so it is an ideal base camp for those who wish to enjoy outdoor activities like fishing and swimming. It is conveniently located in the Termeil Point precinct in Meroo National Park. Featuring 12 campsites for tents, caravans, motorhomes, and trailers, it offers basic camping amenities like picnic tables and toilets. Given the limited number of campsites, you need to make a reservation. The nearest shops are located in Lake Tabourie, which is 3 km (2 mi) away.

Termeil Point campground

Address: Sunburnt South Walking Track, Termeil NSW 2539, Australia (

Website: Termeil Point campground

Delight in Jervis Bay’s rich biodiversity

Jervis Bay has one of Australia’s richest biodiversity, serving home to many land- and water-based species. It is also known for its immaculate white sand beaches and quaint coastal villages. If you are fond of the great outdoors, you would definitely like camping here. Make sure that you are prepared for your trip and check out the top campgrounds near Jervis Bay, Australia.

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