Self-drive Southern Journey NSW

6 Day Southern NSW Journey

Self-drive Southern Journey NSW

Jervis Bay

    Care for a Safari glamping tent experience, the whitest sand in the world, a dolphin spotting cruise along with fascinating museums all in one trip? You can experience all this and more as you traverse down the coast and then inland on your 6 Day South Coast and Canberra self drive trip.  


    • 6 days car hire Toyota Corolla Hatch or similar with reduced excess, pick-up from Sydney domestic airport
    • 2 nights holiday at Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay in a Deluxe Safari Tent
    • 1 night holiday at Lincoln Downs Resort, Batemans Bay in a Standard room
    • 2 nights holiday at Hotel Kurrajong, Canberra in the Classic Room
    • Morning Cape Jervis Dolphin Cruise 

    Travel Validity

    • Valid for Travel: 01 Sep 2021 - 31 Mar 2022
    • Selling Period: 09 Jul - 30 Sep 2021

    Hotel Details

    6 Day Southern NSW Journey

    Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay
    Paperbark Camp is located 2 ½ hrs drive (190km) south of Sydney in Jervis Bay, which is part of the Shoalhaven region. The Shoalhaven has a wealth of natural treasures but the bay area is the jewel in its crown with its calm, clear waters, amazing white sand beaches and pristine coastal bush landscapes. The area boasts three national parks: The Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Marine Park which together include many kilometres of walking trails and deserted beaches as well as provide sanctuary to a wide variety of wildlife and underwater creatures.

    Lincoln Downs Resort, Batemans Bay
    A boutique country retreat overlooking a picturesque private lake and charming gardens, just over a kilometre from both Batemans Bay town centre and Surfside Beach. Contemporary hotel rooms and suites with free parking. Facilities include an outdoor heated swimming pool, tennis court, gym, gazebo, Briars restaurant plus wedding and conference rooms. It is close to the beach and offers a relaxing retreat with everything you expect from an idyllic visit to the NSW South Coast.

    Hotel Kurrajong, Canberra
    Hotel Kurrajong Canberra first opened in 1926 at the birth of the nation’s capital. It was designed by the Commonwealth Chief Architect, John Smith Murdoch, who is also famous for designing Old Parliament House. It first housed staff transferred from Melbourne to set up the new Parliament and it continued as a residence for Members of Parliament and public servants for years to come.


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    • Comprehensive travel insurance. 
    Terms and Conditions
    • Blackouts dates apply as shown in calendar   
    • Surcharges may apply over special event period. Inclusions are subject to change based on supplier operational capabilities.
    • Car hire is with Hertz Car Rental and subject to excess conditions and based on return Sydney Domestic Airport.