Drive south from Sydney via the Royal National Park on the Grand Pacific Drive. A focal point of the trip is the dramatic 665-metre (2,181-foot) Sea Cliff Bridge.
From here, the unspoilt natural beauty of the southern coastline of New South Wales unfolds in a series of bays, harbours, beaches and small townships.
Arrive Jervis Bay and visit Aboriginal-managed Booderee National Park. The park is known for its kangaroos and other wildlife, fascinating bushwalks, sparkling water, and pristine beaches. Be sure to visit nearby Hyams Beach, which has some of the world’s whitest sand.
You can go on a dolphin spotting cruise from Huskisson, or take an adventurous dive among underwater arches, caves and rock stacks.
Camp among the kangaroos overnight, or stay in a local hotel.
- Admire sub-tropical rainforest, dramatic coastal cliffs and unspoilt ocean beaches as you journey through Royal National Park.
- Journey across Sea Cliff Bridge as it hugs the coast.
- Visit Hyams beach officially one of the whitest sand beaches in the world.
- See native animals including echidna’s, wallabies and kookaburras in Booderee National Park.
- Join a dolphin or whale watching (in season) cruise from Huskisson.