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South Coast Leisure Times : Autum 2016
28 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Huskisson/Jervis Bay Cruise the waters The Guardian UK has named Greenfields Beach in Jervis Bay National Park as one of the 12 best beaches in the world, taking a coveted place alongside the world famous Bora Bora in French Polynesia, Starfish Beach in Panama and Source d’Argent in the Seychelles. The Guardian UK also named Greenfields Beach as one of its 50 best beaches in the world, as chosen by its readers, making it the only Australian Beach to make both lists. Mayor Joanna Gash said she was proud to see the unique beauty of the Shoalhaven increasingly recognised as world class, this time by one of the world’s leading international media organisations and its readers. “Greenfields Beach, renowned for its calm waters, powdery white sand and incredible views of Jervis Bay and beyond is certainly wor thy of being named one of the best beaches in the world,” she said. Greenfields is a family- friendly beach with a variety of public amenities, including toilets, outdoor showers, a picnic area and ample car parking. It also offers access points to the Scribbly Gum walk and White Sands track and is the most wheelchair accessible beach in Jervis Bay National Park. Visitors are encouraged to discover Greenfields Beach as well as the equally beautiful Callala Beach, Huskisson Beach, Blenheim Beach, Green Patch, and Murrays Beach in Jervis Bay National Park. The vibrant town of Huskisson is just 15 minutes off the Princes Highway, perched on the shores of Jervis Bay. It’s a favourite destination for a day out or a short break. Overlooking the sparkling waters of the bay, the village offers alfresco cafes and activities such as snorkelling, diving, cycling, swimming, kayaking, golfing and cruising. There are plenty of parklands and playgrounds for the children and shopping for the grown-ups. The fashion boutiques and gift shops offer the best and latest at competitive prices. Don’t miss the Jervis Bay Lions Club White Sands Festival in Huskisson on Saturday, March 26 at the sports ground. The popular day features a street parade, market stalls and finishes off with fireworks. Greenfields ranked among world’s best Head out to Husky The Husky Ferry plies the tranquil waters of Currambene Creek from Myola to Huskisson on weekends and during school holidays. Sunset cruises up this unspoilt waterway are a delight. Bring your own wine and cheese. Phone 0467 648 504 for bookings. Huskisson is a great spot to swim, shop and walk. Greenfields Beach has been recognised as one of the 12 best in the world. EMPORIUM 20 Unique Shops 2 levels to choose from Contact Robyn on 0412 380 245 or call in to 67-71 Owen Street, Huskisson (next to The Huskisson Pub) Open everyday 10am – 4pm • Furniture & Homewares • Clothes & Jewellery • Ladies Shoes & Bags • Childrens Clothes • Handcrafted Toys • Lollies, Honey, Soaps & Sauces • Books, Art & Giftware • Pet Accessories • Collectables & Retro Treasures BAYSIDE AW1958680