Jervis Bay with its white sand beaches, sparkling blue waters and prosperity of wildlife, Jervis Bay on the NSW South Coast is a popular seaside escape. In this coastal paradise in the Shoalhaven region, swim in crystal clear waters, spot dolphins and whales on a wildlife cruise, and enjoy excellent water sports.Jervis Bay is home to two national parks, as well as Jervis Bay Marine Park, a haven for bottlenose dolphins, fur seals, little penguins, sea dragons and migrating whales. For spectacular views, head to Point vertical Lighthouse on the northern tip of the bay and Cape St George Lighthouse on the southern side. Explore the charming seaside towns and villages sprinkled around Jervis Bay, from Callala Bay in the north to Huskisson, Vincentia and Hyams Beach spreading south around the bay. Jervis Bay Village is the southern gateway to Booderee National Park, a peaceful spot full of beautiful white sand beaches and native wildlife. Join dolphin and whale-watching cruises from Huskisson. Or ramble along some of the whitest sands in the world on the White Sands Walk, which begins in Vincentia. Murrays Beach is a seaside jewel in Booderee National Park, perfect for relaxing, swimming and snorkelling. There is also a boat ramp at Murrays Beach.