Myola is a tranquil, secluded, one-street village on the beautiful Jervis Bay, where the road ends and the ever beautiful Currimbene Creek flows into the bay and metres to pristine Callala Beach. Bushwalk, relax by the river or  beach, which ever way, you’ll love Myola.



Myola is surrounded by beautiful bushlands and crystal clear waters, where you can swim, sail, fish or surf as much as you like. A nice stroll through the bush brings you to the beautiful beaches with views of the Huskisson Township.


The area is fantastic for cycling. You can make pleasant rides between Callala Bay and Beach. Even better are the excellent mountain-bike tracks which the Bicycle Users Group has set-out and signposted a number of trails that range from 'easy-going' to 'challenging'.


Myola has a boat ramp from Beach Street into Currembene Creek and is serviced by shops at Callala Beach and Callala Bay

The townships of Callala Bay, Callala Beach and Myola are located on the northern side of beautiful Jervis Bay and are accessed from the Forrest Road.


The historical townships of Berry and Kangaroo Valley are 35 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 (15mins) for a days outing.