Jervis Bay Events: Your Guide To Spring
South Coast Soul Festival
23rd August – 25th August
South Coast Soul Festival isn’t just a yoga event (although there will be plenty of yoga sessions led by some incredible international guest teachers).
Held at Bewong River Retreat, South Coast Soul Festival is an all-inclusive event, promoting genuine human connection, personal growth and development, the earth and the yoga tradition. There will be music, drumming, informative talks, yoga, delicious vegetarian food and interactive discussion panels.
Tickets are still available, and you can choose to glamp, cam, add catering or BYO. Please note the festival has a strict no Drug, Alcohol, Meat, and single-use plastic policy.
South Coast Food and Wine Festival
13th – 15th September
Indulge, experience, explore, celebrate, party. That’s the theme of the inaugural South Coast Food and Wine Festival. Hosted in the idyllic township of Berry, the festival aims to showcase the best of the South Coast food and wine scene.
Olsson’s Masterclasses are one of the highlights of the festival. These sessions provide a unique opportunity to learn from some of Australia’s most talented artisan producers and chefs. There will also be half hourly cooking demonstrations, live music, food and beverage sampling and cheese tasting.
Festival entry tickets, VIP area tickets and bus passes are all on sale now.
Sand and Sea Festival
25th October – 27th October
Based around Huskisson Beach, the Sand and Sea Festival is a multisport event incorporating competition, recreation, adventure and fun. Some of the competitive events include the Husky Big Swim, Beach Netball, SUP, Windsurfing and the ultimate challenge – King & Queen of the Bay.
There’s also plenty of free, family-friendly events such as sand sculpting, sunrise yoga and the sunset party. Registrations are now open for competitors; spectators just need to show up!
Jervis Bay Long Course Weekend
15th November – 17th November
The Jervis Bay Long Course Weekend attracts athletes from all over the country. To be in the running for the long course medal, you’ll need to complete a 3.8 kilometre swim on Friday, a 180 kilometre cycle on Saturday and a 42.2 kilometre marathon on Sunday. Of course, you can complete shorter distances in each discipline creating a unique long course weekend that suits your abilities.
The Jervis Bay Marathon, part of the long course weekend, has a brand new course this year, with distances of 42.2km, 21.1km, 10km or 5km. The atmosphere of the long course weekend is always electric and the beautiful surrounds of Jervis Bay make it all that more special. Registrations are open, so don’t miss out!
Looking for pet friendly accommodation near Huskisson or Bewong? Surfside Cudmirrah Beach is only 20 minutes from Bewong and 30 minutes from Huskisson. We have a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets and our park offers direct access to beautiful Cudmirrah beach. Check rates, availability and book online.