Worrowing at Jervis Bay
Renowned for its white sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters, Jervis Bay is a popular coastal holiday destination for visitors travelling from Sydney, Canberra and internationally.
Jervis Bay is surrounded by the Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Marine Park. Resident dolphins play in the bay all year round and the area boasts a variety of native flora and Australian wildlife (kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, wombats, and many rare bird & animal species). Visitors can take advantage of the beautiful coastline and hinterland bushwalking trails, cycling tracks, cliff-top lookouts (Cape St George Lighthouse and Pigeon House Mountain), tours of the Botanic Gardens, dolphin and whale watching cruises, and maritime heritage as well as local vineyards, markets, cafes and restaurants.
Worrowing is a unique 250 acre hinterland property nestled between the two pristine waterways of Jervis Bay and St Georges Basin, only 4 km’s from the sea. Worrowing is situated on partly cleared land with tall stands of eucalypts and mountain views, backed onto natural bushland and neighbouring National Parks.
The landmark Georgian style Homestead (built to replicate the heritage Experiment Farm Cottage in Sydney) and magnificent Homestead Gardens have inspired a collection of 12 private self-contained holiday Houses, Cottages, Eco Studios and Boat Houses which dot the surrounding hillside of the property and offer a unique location for those who would like to stay at a private retreat.
Worrowing at Jervis Bay has a diverse range of boutique retreat and luxury beach accommodation available to suit the needs and desires of every traveller.