Discover a selection of 1,500 holiday home rentals in Jervis Bay, AU that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Stayz holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including pool and air conditioning. Prices start at AU$ 300 per night, and holiday houses and cottages are popular options for a stay in Jervis Bay. Either way, you'll find holiday accommodation for everyone's needs.
Destination guide

These sands are white as sugar, and just as sweet

Take 1 look at the picture perfect, sugar-white sands of Jervis Bay, and just think what a nice long soak in those same waters will do for your soul. Just a few hours' drive from both Canberra and Sydney, Jervis Bay vacation rentals are about taking relaxation to a whole new level. This place has a reputation for having the whitest sand in the world, but actually you'll realise that's the least of its accomplishments – with fantastic surfing, swimming, hiking and diving, this unspoiled patch of New South Wales is also a hotspot for whale- and dolphin-watching.

Things to do

Learn how to forage for your food, Aboriginal-style

Jervis Bay vacation rentals put you within easy reach of several gorgeous towns, like Huskisson, Vincentia and Callala Beach. As you'd expect, there's a strong seafaring tradition round here, and 1 of the best places to find out more about it is at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum. There are renovated vessels to snoop round, plus exhibits on natural and maritime history. Meanwhile, if your hikes in the national park have left you feeling closer to nature, you could take things a step further with a visit to the Aboriginal-owned Booderee Botanic Gardens, where they'll teach you about edible and medicinal plants.


It's time to channel your inner Jacques Cousteau

Jervis Bay is the sort of place that scuba divers blow bubbles over. Much of the coast round here is a protected marine park, and with such crystal-clear waters, isn't it time you put your flippers on? Where Jervis Bay's concerned, diving's just the tip of the reef. Beloved of surfers and swimmers alike, it's also a massive hub for whale- and dolphin-watching, with cruises operating out of the chilled-out town of Huskisson. Of course, with Jervis Bay vacation rentals, there's just as much fun to be had out of the water. Hikers will love the trails of Booderee National Park.


Vacationers aren't the only ones journeying to Jervis Bay

When they're booking their Jervis Bay vacation rentals, many folk will be looking to catch sight of some whales, and the best time is during the annual migration season between June and October. But really, with a Jervis Bay vacation you're onto a winner whatever the season. Sure, it can get pretty hot in the summer, but there are always those coastal breezes to freshen things up a bit (with occasional thunderstorms possible). Winters are cooler but still very mild, and can be an ideal time of year to get out on a cruise or lace up those hiking boots.

Natural highlights

Find Nemo and all his mates in Jervis Bay

People make the trip to this part of the New South Wales coast in search of those legendary white-sand beaches, but it's the marine life and wildlife that keeps them coming back for more. A huge proportion of the sea and land round Jervis Bay is protected, and if you take a stroll along the edge of the ocean, you've got a decent chance of spotting dolphins playing out in the waves. The migrating whales are the real local celebrities, but there's also a wealth of animal and bird life that calls Jervis Bay home, especially in Booderee National Park.

How many holiday accommodation are available around Jervis Bay?

Our 2021 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 1,383 holiday rentals around Jervis Bay. From 1,210 holiday houses to 62 cottages, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay around Jervis Bay is on Stayz.