A volcano vent forming a tunnel visitors can crawl through to reach a cliff top rock platform overlooking a mermaid inlet.
A ship wreck that can easily be reached on foot with the family in tow.
A bay named after lobsters and plenty of bushwalks and sandy beaches.
With the NSW Government announcing people can venture into the regions from June 1, Currarong is likely to be one location with plenty of room to spread out, enjoy nature and stay safe before, during or after the June long weekend and school holidays.
The government decision to ease travel restrictions into regional areas coincides with a new Spend Here This Year social campaign on the Visit Shoalhaven Facebook page to encourage spending on the South Coast after a devastating summer of fire followed by the coronavirus crisis.
Check out our photos in and around Currarong near Jervis Bay in the Shoalhaven.
Currarong is also a short drive to Honeymoon Bay, Point Perpendicular, Callala Bay and the family friendly Callala Beach.
And not too far away are great food options such as The Little Snapper at Culburra and Pelican Rocks Cafe at Greenwell Point which for three years in a row has been recognised as having the best fish and chips in NSW by the Australian Fish and Chips Awards run by the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation.