Jervis Bay National Park

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Jervis Bay National Park. Photo: Andrea Schaffer.
Jervis Bay National Park. Photo: Andrea Schaffer.

Jervis Bay National Park is a stunning attraction of the New South Wales south coast.

Jervis Bay National Park supports a wide variety of plants and animals, including vulnerable and threatened species such as the Swift Parrot, Glossy Black Cockatoo and Orange-bellied Parrot.

Find out more about Jervis Bay National Park, including how to get there and walking information, by clicking the link.


Foundation Projects

Growing Jervis Bay National Park

In 2011, the Foundation received a generous donation of a $20,000 property in Jervis Bay, New South Wales from two owners, Mr Christopher Robson and Mr John Ullner. The property will become part of the Jervis bay National Park, for the conservation of our native plants and wildlife.

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