Jervis Bay is a huge mass of water approximately 3 times the size of Sydney Harbour and its surrounding land mass projects approximately 16km at its most eastern point further to sea than the rest of the coast line.
The Bay is constantly being washed through by oceanic currents and for this reason it has earned a reputation amongst game fisherman along the east coast of Australia and probably the world as the best land based game fishing spots in the world for Marlin.
With a healthy population of pilchards and slimy mackerel and with the bait fish stocks rapidly increasing since all professional netting was shut down JB is a haven for predators feasting on the abundant bait. The Bay Sustains a resident pod of Bottlenose Dolphins,A Colony of Fairy Penguins ,a Seal colony and Migrating Humpback Whales.
Offshore there are 3 Canyons along the continental shelf with the middle canyon, known as the Kink being only 10 nautical miles form the mouth of the bay. There is an abundance of bait fish on these canyons with plenty of game fish hot on their tails.
Each year there are many marlin faught and tagged and many more faught and lost with some very large blue marlin being hooked regularly but few are landed. Many stories are told of the ones that got away!! The yellowfin and albacore fishing is also great with the yellowfin only really being absent for 5 to 6 months of the year.
We are truly blessed to be able to fish and experience a place so abundant in Marine Life.
Just 2 hours South of Sydney NSW, offering all you could want in an extended family holiday or quiet week end getaway.
Valhalla Horse Riding (an Appaloosa Stud) Offers Both School Holiday Camps & Farm Holidays.
Explore Currambene Creek in all its beauty and natural surrounds see Kangaroo's in the wild and plenty more of the furry marsupial kind to be spotted along the way.
Starting in the higher reaches of Falls Creek, it begins its journey seaward from the Old Princess Highway bridge ( Now closed to motorists ) then passes by Valhalla's banks where the fresh water meets the salt water followed closely by Woollamia a sheepish town that offers regional boat ramp access to Jervis bay via the small coastal town Husky (Huskisson).
Falls Creek is Victoria's largest alpine resort. The resort offers true ski-in/ski-out accommodation, skiing for all abilities and a huge range of activities both day and night. If it's adventure you're after, terrain parks with Australia's best pipes, as well as rails and jumps, Falls Creek is the place to be. Falls Creek has over 5,000 beds in the village that suit every budget, from cosy lodge-style accommodation to five-star luxury penthouse suites. The village also has a day care centre, day spa and plenty of shopping, restaurants and night life. During summer there's always a host of exciting events and activities to keep you entertained including the Big Fella Festival, Billy Cart Derby and Bush Bash, Open Air Cinema, Alpine Wildwalk Weekend and the Victorian Mile High Dragon Boat Championships. Try mountain biking (both lift-accessed and cross country), road cycling, hiking, walking, scenic chairlift rides, golf nets, basketball, tennis, horse riding, fishing, the skate ramp, boating, canoeing/kayaking and much more. If you want to slow things down a little - indulge in the Mii Spa or Endota Day Spa, pilates, take a guided tour of the Cattlemen's Huts, or a sunset picnic at Mt McKay. Falls Creek is also host to cycling events including the Alpine Assault, Audax Alpine Classic, Alpine Ascent Challenge, Three Peaks Challenge and Terra Australis.