A great place to relax in summer or winter Currarong is the perfect place to unwind from a busy lifestyle. A two-minute walk will find you on one of the many beautiful beaches of Currarong. Bushwalk, relax on a beach and watch the whales go by, which ever way, you’ll love Currarong.



Activities in the area include deep sea fishing, surfing, canoeing, sailing, whale watching, horse riding, cycling and bush walking. Picnic grounds are located adjacent to the main beach near the shops. Hop on board a dolphin or whale watching cruise from Huskisson to an unforgettable experience.



Abrahams Bosom is a safe sheltered beach which has picnic grounds with wood BBQs at either end. A variety of walks start at from this sheltered cove ranging from the 500-meter stroll to the wreck of the SS Merimbula to the half-day Coomb's walk. The cliffs of the peninsular are spectacular but unfenced so be careful with young children.



A number of spectacular walks and sheltered swimming areas can be accessed from the road to Point Perpendicular. The lookout allows spectacular views of Jervis Bay. The lighthouse is a photographer's delight. Whales, dolphins and seals can often be spotted from the top of the cliffs.



The boat ramp is in Warrain Crescent into the creek. 

Honeymoon Bay, a small heart-shaped beach on the Beecroft Peninsula is another popular visitor destination.



Excellent rock fishing is to be found all around the peninsula but like most rock fishing sites can be dangerous in big seas. If fishing (permit required) or walking in isolated areas around the cliffs tell someone where you are going and please bring your rubbish out with you.



Currarong is serviced by a general store with a newsagent, bottle shop, post office and takeaway. For dining out there is a seafood café and a Bowling Club which has a restaurant and regular entertainment.



Currarong is the perfect spot to explore rock pools and marine life with the children.



You will find pools with an array of sea life including star fish, crabs, urchins, sea horses and more.



The township of Currarong is located 33 km South/East of Nowra at the Northern end of the rugged Beecroft Peninsular and accessed from the Forrest Road and Currarong Road. Nowra the major retail and commercial centre is a 25 minute drive.



The historical townships of Berry and Kangaroo Valley are 45 mins drive with attractions such as antiques, boutique shopping, coffee shops, galleries, markets, restaurants and wineries etc. Easy drive too many other interesting venues such as the Air Museum in HMAS Albatross, west of Nowra or Beecroft Peninsula (25mins) for a days outing.