Location and access
Currarong is a lovely village located about 35 kilometres southeast of Nowra - out along Greenwell Point Road. The route is a dead end in the town, which minimises through traffic.
Key features and attractions
Currarong is a very pretty, small fishing and tourist village. It has a certain charm about with many traditional cottages that have refurbished and repainted in bright colours, as well as many new houses that are being sympathetically rebuilt. The town and its headland are also a haven for fishermen, with several underwater rises where fish are abundant.
Currarong has a general store and good sized cafe, but otherwise the closest shopping is at Callala Bay, Culburra Beach, or South Nowra / Nowra.
Currarong is surrounded by many white sandy beaches, many of them deserted even in summer! Most notable are Warrain Beach and the well sheltered Abrahams Bosom beach. And a few minutes drive away, on Jervis Bay, one can visit these notable beach as well: Long Beach, Cabbage Tree Beach and the very popular horse-shoe shaped Honeymoon Bay.
Currarong is also famous for its rock pools right in the heart of the village.
Currarong Beach and headland from the air
Currarong foreshore with pretty rock pools
Currarong relative to Callala Bay and Jervis Bay