Five Quirky Things to do in Jervis Bay
Five Quirky Things to do in and around Jervis Bay
As you might have discovered by now, the south coast of NSW is a stunning place with some incredible scenery and awesome towns and villages. But if you want a day away from the sun lounger on the beach and would like to do something a bit different, we have some suggestions for you. Here are our five choices for quirky things to do in this region.
TAKE A TRIP ON BIGFOOT
Ride a Massive Custom Built 4WD up a Mountain
Enjoy stunning views 1000m up Mount Coolangatta on a one-hour tour at the historic Coolangatta Estate winery. Watch as this massive people carrier effortlessly climbs near 45º slopes to carry you in comfort to the top of this historic local landmark.
Crawl On Your Belly Through an Ancient Sea Cave Above a Cliff
THE HIDDEN WONDER THAT IS GOSANGS TUNNEL
Out on the long edge of the Beecroft Peninsula (basically the top edge of Jervis Bay) you will find a landscape that looks like something out of a sci-fi movie. Gosangs Tunnel is a lofted sea-cave that you can crawl through to emerge out onto a raised platform. It’s a cool experience in itself but you can also go whale-watching here or fish off the rocks.
Go Paddling on a Monster Stand-Up Paddle Board
Grab up to 16 friends and hire a giant 17ft stand up paddle board. Jervis Bay Stand-up Paddle are located in stunning Jervis Bay and you can enjoy this fun activity on beautiful Currumbene Creek.
Have a Picnic While Suspended High Above the Ground on a Cliff-Face
ENJOY A TASTY PICNIC LUNCH IN THE WILD
How about this for a unique experience? The team at Outdoor Raw will lay on a tasty picnic for you and then suspend you high above the ground on a comfortable platform at the end of some sturdy ropes. They supply locally produced food, local wine and locally brewed beer to be consumed over-looking clifftops, rivers, mountains and beaches.
BORN TO BE MILD
Take a Tour on a Massive Hotted-up Yellow Trike
Get your motor running and enjoy Jervis Bay and surrounds in unique style on this awesome tour. Your driver Mark will show you all the best spots and, if you go on the longer rides will throw in some lunch too. It looks all bikey but it’s actually quite gentile – not so much Sons of Anarchy as Sons of Kangaroo Valley.