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The weather in Huskisson
The above is a climate diagram for Huskisson. January is the warmest month of the year in Huskisson with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 27°. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Huskisson, with temperatures going under 6°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is May.
Spend a Summer in the Sun at Huskisson Holiday Lettings
The emerald waters of Jervis Bay await you and your loved ones, offering hours of water sports and wildlife adventures, when you book holiday cottages in Huskisson. This small village near the city of Shoalhaven in the south-eastern coastal region of New South Wales, Australia is a prime holiday destination for travellers searching for the peace of secluded beaches and the charm of an up-and-coming township.
5 Little Pigs, The Happiest Cafe on the Planet
Head to the energetic thoroughfare of Owen Street to check out the local eatery 5 Little Pigs. With an industrial and retro interior, this charming cafe is unique to the New South Wales Coast. The 5 Little Pigs is a great lunch spot, whether you decide to eat in, enjoy the outdoor patio or get your meal to take away.
Try the gluten-free Big Pig, a family favourite sandwich comprised of mouthwatering bacon, eggs and slow-roasted tomatoes on a warm sourdough roll. Vegetarians are welcome to order the 5 Little Piggy Breakfast, a hearty meal consisting of a baguette, boiled eggs, jam, granola and yogurt with a complimentary beverage of juice, tea or coffee.
Board an Iconic Ferry at Jervis Bay Maritime Museum
Visit the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum which is located on the tranquil waterfront of Currambene Creek in the midst of the bush. Gain a new understanding of Jervis Bay’s rich history of Indigenous culture. The museum itself is located on land previously owned by the Dharawal and Dhurga people. Check out the exhibits which feature nautical equipment, photographs, paintings and drawings that tell the story of Jervis Bay’s heritage, as well as a large collection of maritime artefacts and navigational instruments used by seafarers. Stop by the Surveyor's Gallery to examine a collection of surveying devices once owned by the HF Halloran, a developer of New South Wales during the beginning of the 20th century.
Pay a visit to the historic ferry Lady Denman which conveyed commuters to and from Sydney Harbour from 1912 until it was decommissioned in 1979. After an afternoon appreciating history, head outside the museum to enjoy the extensive recreation area and explore the fish pond, historic buildings and mangrove boardwalk which are located just a few blocks away.
Sail and Swim at Huskisson’s Creeks
Gather the family and sail the waters of the salty coastal lagoon at Currambene creek on the Husky Ferry. This little boat provides single and round trip services from Myola to Huskinson, allowing adults and children to take turns skippering the boat and donning the captain’s hat. Keep an eye out for wildlife as you cruise along the water, such as the massive stingrays dancing beneath the ferry. Join this tour at sunset to watch the daylight fade into the horizon and don’t forget to pack a picnic.
For all those water-babies looking to make a splash, Moona Moona Creek is just around the corner from the village of Huskisson. This quiet inlet is perfect for a lazy day on the sand with tranquil, shallow water suitable for young swimmers. Build a sand castle or spend the day observing the local schools of fish, crabs and coral. Lucky visitors might catch the pods of resident dolphins or, in November, the whales on their annual migration. Picnic tables, restroom facilities and BBQs are close by, making this destination ideal for a fun family outing.
Crystal Water Adventures at Jervis Bay
With white sands and crystal waters, Jervis bay is a renowned location for participating in ocean activities. Join one of the many morning or afternoon dolphin and whale watching tours and set sail with friendly locals as your captain provides fascinating information about the wild creatures and the history of the Aboriginal people of New South Wales.
Delight in voyaging along the turquoise waters as the bottlenose dolphins swim alongside. Keep an eye out for the humpback whales on their annual migration through Australia. Fair warning to those with sensitive stomachs, these cruises catch some mean waves that may not be suitable for young children who may be easily frightened. Adventurous spirits who yearn for an up close and personal view of the ocean water can opt for diving, kayaking, snorkelling, jet skiing, or paddle boarding.
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