Location and access
Sitting side-by-side at the northern end of Jervis Bay are three townships: Callala Bay, Callala Beach and Myola. Myola faces Currambene Creek and has an easy and fun ferry link across to Huskisson.
The road access to the area is via Nowra and then Forest Road which runs to the east from South Nowra. All three villages are about 20 - 25 kms by road from Nowra.
Key features and attractions
Best known for their pretty beaches, good bay swimming and regular dolphin sightings, these three villages offer plenty of holiday accommodation and a delightful beach atmosphere. There is excellent sailing from Callala Bay and local facilities include a safe harbour, jetty, sailing club, boat ramp, and a small but good shopping centre.
Callala Beach is a lovely beach on Jervis Bay, perfect for long walks on beautiful white sand. It is possible to walk between Callala Beach and Myola, which fronts on to Currambene Creek. Callala Bay is also a pretty but smaller beach, with a greater focus on sailing and rock hopping. As with any beach on Jervis Bay, all are beautiful and when the conditions are right, the water is crystal clear and very safe for swimming!
Callala Bay from the air