Park Info
Park Info
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Facilities

  • Swimming pool and Toddlers Pool
  • Tennis Court
  • BBQ area
  • Children's Playground
  • Amenities block
  • Laundry – washing and drying facilities
  • Dump Point
  • Boat Wash
  • Boat Ramp close by
  • Resident manager


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Swimming Pool

Dive in to our refreshing swimming pool and let the little ones splash in the toddlers pool. Perfect for the whole family to cool off after a day at the beach or exploring the local area.

Tennis Court

Tennis anyone? What better way to enjoy your break than an early morning game of tennis? Our court is perfect for all day play. Bring your own tennis rackets and balls or lend some from our reception.

Children's Playground

We have a sweet little children’s playground with its own slide, tower, swing, see-saw and climbing frame that is great to keep younger children entertained whilst you sit back and relax.

Camp Kitchen & Amenities Block

Our camp kitchen has a brand new BBQ as well as several tables to serve at. It’s a great place to cook up a storm for family and friends. At the back of the kitchen is a great amenities block with several clean and well kept showers and toilets for your use.

Husky Ferry

The Husky Ferry operates a regular people ferry service from Myola to the gorgeous township of Huskisson. It’s a great way to avoid the traffic in summer, simply jump on board and sit back and enjoy. The ferry departs from the southern end of Catherine Street, Myola on the hour and then leaving Huskisson Wharf to Myola on quarter to the hour. It has easy access for wheelchairs and prams. Available for private charters and group transfers anytime.

Boat Wash & Ramp

Myola Tourist Park is situated two minutes from the boat ramp with direct access to Currambene Creek, the perfect spot for a bit of fishing or to take a trip in Jervis Bay. There is also a handy boat washing area within the park so it’s easy to wash down after a day on the bay.

Friendly Faces

Our local kangaroos love to hang out in the park and enjoy the sunshine. They are very friendly and will happily let you photograph them, but they are native animals so please take extra care around them especially with young children and do not feed them.

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