On a spectacular headland overlooking the ocean, and with the beautiful and serene Jervis Bay on its southern side, Currarong is a great spot for surfing, swimming, fishing and boating.
About 33km south-east of Nowra, Currarong has a great stretch of beach, and safe swimming in Currarong Creek.
There are two walking tracks on the headland: The Wreck Walk, which takes about an hour, takes in the wreck of SS Merimbula, which sank here in 1828; the Trig Station Walk takes about three hours and, in spring, provides a delight of wildflowers.
Currarong is the northernmost point on one of the South Coasts most beautiful peninsulas, Beecroft, a natural gem where the ocean greets enticing bushland brimming with wildlife and wildflowers. Paradoxically, this magnificent corner of the world is also part of an Australian Defence Force weapons range and access to the bush, the fishing spots and camping ground is likely to be cancelled at quite short notice.