Hyams Beach & Jervis Bay

Suggestions on What to Do in the Area (click for more)

Jervis Bay has a host of things to see and do. Hyams Beach Bed & Breakfast is situated on one of Australia’s most beautiful stretches of coast, close to beaches, bush and tourist amenities. It is ideally located to discover and enjoy all that this remarkable place has to offer. There are numerous ways to explore the clear waters of Jervis Bay.

  • Jervis Bay Cruises, Diving, Paddleboarding & other Water Activities
  • Dolphin & whale watching cruises depart locally and are an excellent way to see some of the Bay’s unique wildlife.
  • Local tours include dolphin & whale watching, snorkelling, swimming and bushwalking.
  • Fishing charters are also popular for tourists who want to venture further than the beach or wharf to catch a bite to eat.

To explore beneath the sea, take advantage of the many diving expeditions offered around the bay. Beginners through to the most experienced divers will enjoy exploring the Jervis Bay Marine Park and the old wrecks located on the sea floor. Or you may simply enjoy snorkelling along the shorelines of the bay. Sailing, surfing, sea kayaking, windsurfing, swimming and the very popular stand up paddleboarding and other water activities are also popular. It is difficult to resist the bay’s inviting clear-blue waters and white sandy beaches.

South Coast Walks & Tours

Guided walks & tours are a great way to explore the nearby. Booderee National Park, a must see on any visit to the South Coast. This park, and the Botanic Gardens have a combined entry fee that gives access for a week. Along with beautiful beaches, and pristine bush, the Park contains many historical and cultural features. The information centre at the entrance to Booderee National Park is a good starting point for information about the aboriginal history of the area and details of cultural and bush tucker tours. Some of the many highlights in the park include Greenpatch, Bristol Point, Hole in the Wall, Scottish Rocks, Murray’s Beach, Caves Beach and the ruined Lighthouse at Cape St George. The Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk is also a unique and more adventurous way to explore our local area.

Restaurants & Wineries

Once our guests have settled into Hyams Beach Bed & Breakfast it is a fact that you may never want to leave. You will find it hard to venture any further than beautiful Hyams Beach. However, for those who would like to try the local produce and eateries we would offer the following suggestions. (If you are driving through Berry it is a must to visit the Berry Sourdough Cafe)
The famous Hyams Beach Cafe & General Store is opposite our accommodation.

Other great restaurants in the area are:
The Waterhouse Jervis Bay, Huskisson
The Gunyah Restaurant, Paperbark Camp – Woollamia
Cupitts Winery – Ulladulla
Silos Estate – Berry

And if all this sounds too much then the tranquillity of Jervis Bay also makes it an ideal place for rest and relaxation. Curl up and read a book on the couch, go for a leisurely walk or just do nothing. Hyams Beach Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to unwind.