With its magnificent secluded coastline, clean water, clear air and unhurried pace, a visit to Bay of Plenty Lodges reached after a. 13 kilometre drive through rainforests of the Booderee (Jervis Bay) National Park, is a rare escape from the stresses of modern life
Native wildlife abounds as kangaroos hop through the grounds and native parrots skim through trees.
Explore the wonders of Booderee National Park on your doorstep or venture further afield into the historic surrounding districts, discover one of Australia's newest wine areas, take a dolphin and penguin watch cruise on Jervis Bay, spend an absorbing morning in the Lady Denman Museum at Huskisson, go on a bushtucker tour guided by members of the local Aboriginal community – or just plain relax!
Enjoy surfing on Bhewerre Beach or swim in the calm waters of Sussex Inlet. Go fishing, snorkelling, diving, bushwalking, boating or bicycling – or just plain relax.
Cross the border to a hidden jewel – Bay of Plenty Lodges Jervis Bay Territory.
Bay of Plenty Longhouse consists of 7 room accommodating between 2 & 6 persons. All facilities (lounge, kitchen and bathroom (separate M/F) are shared.