Currarong is a coastal village located in the north-eastern corner of the Beecroft Peninsula. The Jervis Bay Marine Park and National Parks surround the village. Currarong, which means place of many winds, became a well-known location for campers after the ship wreck of the SS Merimbula on the 27th March 1928 on the Beecroft Headland at Whale Point – only a small part of the wreck remains today. The village is a retreat for holiday makers, day trippers and retirees. Fishing, bush walking, swimming, bike riding, surfing, tennis and bowls are activities available for visitors and residents. Bingo at the Progress Hall is a popular activity during the summer holidays period. CHECK OUR THINGS TO DO IN CURRARONG LINK BELOW FOR MORE LOCAL INFORMATION and print your own brochure.
A project of the Currarong Progress Association in 2013.