Sydney Luxury Travel Blog Jervis Bay tour – The Road less Travelled

Jervis Bay Tour

Is a Jervis Bay tour for you? Whether you are a local Sydney tour guide like myself or a seasoned world traveller, there is always countless options, attractions and local journeys on offer when you visit a new city. If you are prepared to dig a little deeper you may discover some beautiful and surprising rewards.

There is an exciting movement among travellers of all ages that is changing the way that destinations are experienced. When we head off to discover new cities and new lands, people (myself included) are going out of their way to find attractions and regions that are a little off the grid in order to uncover local secrets and hidden gems. Of course there will always be those who prefer to see only those places that are heavily marketed, reviewed and publicised, but for the growing number that seek roads less travelled there can be huge rewards.

The main image in this article is a perfect example as I am sure that most people reading this will have no idea where it is and would probably assume that it is somewhere in Queensland or on a tropical island. This beach is in fact 2.5 hours south of Sydney in an area known as Jervis Bay. This stunning region does not receive anywhere near the visitor numbers of places like The Blue Mountains or The Hunter Valley but in this Sydney tour guide’s humble opinion it certainly warrants them. For me this is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt areas in all of NSW and has so much to discover and enjoy with prolific marine life, diving, walking, wineries and as you can see above some of the most pristine beaches you will ever find.

So while you are researching how you will spend your time in Sydney, you will of course consider more classic trips like Blue Mountains tours or Sydney City tours but for the more adventurous who want to travel a little deeper then this amazing region via a Jervis Bay tour should be on your list. Some of the local gems include the beautiful coastal village of Huskisson, the sparkling white sands and turquoise waters of Hyams Beach, the many hidden gems of Booderee National Park as well as options for diving, walking and dolphin cruises.  It is possible to visit on an early starting South Coast tour or as a more relaxed overnight itinerary, and can easily be built into a circular trip that takes in other nearby gems like Kangaroo Valley and the Southern Highlands.

If you are an agent or traveller looking to discover Sydney and its beautiful surrounds and have questions that I can help with then feel free to send me message via a direct email to [email protected]

Happy travels,

Scott.