Things to do
Whether you’re an early riser, ocean lover or just looking to relax and unwind, the whisper quiet location of Callala Beach and the surrounding region offers an abundance of activities to explore.

Beach Bliss
No trip to Callala Beach is complete without dipping your toes in its famously crystal clear blue waters. Embodying the essence of calm, its gentle waters are safe for kids, and ideal for kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. The longest beach in Jervis Bay, Callala Beach is backed by a reserve with BBQs and picnic tables, forming the perfect foundation for a relaxing day spent by the ocean. Explore the nearby rockpools at Hyams Beach or grab a snorkel and discover the sea life up close.

Hiking + Bushwalking
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking Jervis Bay coastline along the Callala Beach walking track. Starting in the parking area on Centre Street in Callala Beach, take in views of the South Coast and keep your eyes out for dolphins and whales along the way. For the adventure seekers, take a 30 minute drive to Jerrawangala National Park and find scenic views and a range of hiking and cycling trails wrapped in nature’s tranquillity.

Eat + Drink
Treat yourself to casual eats at Club Callala’s Beach & Bay Bistro, footsteps away from your room. From bistro style favourites to gourmet delights, there’s something for everyone. Our pick is the signature seafood platter, or the selection of mouth-watering pizzas on offer. If you’re in the mood for a meal with a view, order a classic fish and chips from Hungry Seagull around the corner and dine by the beach. Grab brunch and a specialty coffee 5 minutes away in Callala Bay, or venture into Huskisson and enjoy an unforgettable dining experience at Stonegrill. Indulge in fresh local oysters and watch as your meal is cooked tableside using volcanic stone.

Fishing and Sailing
Callala Bay features a boat ramp and jetty, providing ease of access to the vibrant blue waters for sailing and fishing. Jervis Bay Sailing Club is a wonderful place to learn about all things sailing. This scenic spot is also on the doorstep of Jervis Bay National Park. Bay, river, and ocean fishing is readily available in the area—Currambene Creek is a popular fishing spot.

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