Jervis Bay Caravan Park Review

Jervis Bay Caravan Park Review

The focus is on family fun and creating a memorable experience at NSW’s Jervis Bay Caravan Park.

Right in the heart of the New South Wales south coast, Jervis Bay ticks all the boxes with its fringe of white-sand beaches and turquoise waters. Add to this the superb marine and hinterland national parks, bushwalking, cycling, Indigenous culture, clifftop lookouts and maritime heritage, and this is a holiday destination with few rivals. It even has resident dolphins that frolic in the bay, year-round.

Amid the bay’s ocean beaches, lagoons, secret coves and hidden creeks, Jervis Bay Caravan Park is among the best caravan accommodation on the coast and it now has the NSW/ACT award to prove it.

Helen and Scott Ball run the park, and Helen said the win is their first major award and a huge compliment. She said that as a small, family-run park, they constantly strive to exceed customers’ expectations. Consequently, Helen and Scott are very thankful to and their customers for this recognition.

On reflection, Helen offered a pretty simple but effective formula for their success. She said they’d worked hard with a dedicated team to provide “good customer service and make people’s holidays so special that they want to return for more”.

She also thinks it’s important to make sure kids are happy, so that parents can relax and have an enjoyable break. With that in mind, this park offers a beachside experience with a pirate ship and playground for the kids, together with a resort-style pool for balmy summer days.

Helen said the park will continue to grow its ‘family-fun’ credentials with two new water features and new waterfront cabins plus an improved boat ramp. Those improvements will join the park’s existing facilities that include undercover gas barbecues, open fire barbecues and camp fires, a camp kitchen and a renovated amenities block.

It’s not surprising the Jervis Bay Caravan Park is a leader in a region that centres its holiday entertainment on the water, given its perfect location for swimming, kayaking, boating, fishing, stand-up paddle boarding and surfing in the aquamarine coastal waters.  

What’s more, a string of coastal and country villages nearby have local produce markets, boutique shops, art galleries and a terrific museum together with first-class cafes, restaurants, pubs, wine bars and a burgeoning music scene. That makes the Jervis Bay park central to all the south coast has to offer.