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Currarong is a sleepy little village popular with holiday makers. This unique location means that Currarong often has different weather conditions than those experienced nearby in Callala, Culburra or Nowra.

Swimming and fishing are excellent and well graded bushwalks lead from the village itself. There are great picnic & barbecue facilities at the waters edge.

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. On the protected bay side of the peninsula is beautiful Honeymoon Bay, popular for informal camping, snorkling, sea kayaking and is an ideal picnic spot for day visitors. To enquire about camping at Honeymoon Bay or check that the range is open (it closes from time to time for naval activities) ring the ranger on 4448 3411

Accommodation is available at Currarong in a caravan park or self contained holiday homes.

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Activities and Experiences at Currarong

  • Accommodation
  • Beach
  • Boat Ramp
  • Bottled Gas
  • Licensed Club
  • Fuel
  • Public Telephone
  • Supermarket

Nearest Airport: Moruya

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