Callala Beach

Natural Attractions

Callala Beach is the longest beach in Jervis Bay and is a great place to swim, beach walk or run.

Parts of the beach back onto Callala Beach and Myloa township, while other parts back onto untouched bushland.

You can catch the Husky Ferry from Myola at the southern end of the beach across to Huskisson.

At the northern end of the beach is a reserve and a small creek inlet behind a rocky reef which provides a sheltered swimming spot at high tide.

Facilities

Carpark

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Rates

Free Entry

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