From Central Sydney:
Head towards Sydney airport and continue South following signs to Wollongong (F6). Follow the Princes Hwy South passing through Kiama, Berry and Nowra. 13kms South of Nowra, turn left into Jervis Bay Rd. After 2kms you will see a sign for Woollamia, turn left into Woollamia Rd and continue a further 6 kms. When you see Goodland Rd on your left, SLOW DOWN, the entrance to Paperbark Camp is around the bend on your left.
From the South:
When traveling from the South, do not take the first exits to Jervis Bay, wait until the turn-off at Falls Creek. Turn right into Jervis Bay Rd. After 2kms you will see a sign for Woollamia, turn left into Woollamia Rd and continue a further 6 kms. When you see Goodland Rd on your left, slow down, the entrance to Paperbark Camp is around the bend on your left.
Paperbark camp is located 2 ½ hrs drive (190km) south of Sydney in Jervis Bay which is part of the Shoalhaven region. The Shoalhaven has a wealth of natural treasures but the bay area is the jewel in its crown with its calm, clear waters, amazing white sand beaches and pristine coastal bush landscapes. The area boasts three national parks, The Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Marine Park which together include many kilometres of walking trails and deserted beaches as well as providing sanctuary to a wide variety of wildlife and underwater creatures.
Paperbark camp is 4km from the small holiday town of Huskisson on the shores of the bay where the Currambene Creek meets the bay. Also around the bay are Vincentia, Hyams Beach and Jervis Bay Village which is in the Booderee National Park.
The bay and its extensive surrounding area, covers 16km from North to South and 10km from East to West. Having a car is therefore useful for exploring the area and is certainly the easiest way of travelling to the bay. However we do encourage guests to consider alternative modes of transport. The train from Central station Sydney to Bomaderry(Nowra) is particularly scenic and we are happy to arrange a transfer to the camp after which guests are able to explore the area by bike, canoe or by an escorted tour.