Huskisson Travel Guide

  • Huskisson - put yourself in the picture
    Huskisson - put yourself in the picture
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  • A part of the beautiful beach
    A part of the beautiful beach
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  • Me climbing a tree
    Me climbing a tree
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  • Moving into the future

    You may well ask what the Duke of Wellington and the Liverpool to Manchester railway has to do with this town, so far removed from either. It so happens that the village was named after William Huskisson, secretary of the colonies and House of Commons leader for two years (1827-1828).In a quirk of fate, he was chatting to the Duke at the opening of...

  • The Green Bay experience

    To get to Green Bay you first have to negotiate the National Parks and Wildlife entry. That will set you back around $10 for 48 hours.What you get for your fee is access to a lot of areas, including the historic lighthouse and several other interesting scenic spots.There's also a substantial camping area at the back of Green Bay but make sure you...

  • Second hand lighthouse

    The historical lighthouse on the southern headland is interesting. It was decided to build one after many shipwrecks.Trouble was, no-one could quite work out where it was supposed to be according to the vague instructions. Eventually they decided to build it here but other parties insisted it was the wrong spot. They were right, it was the wrong...


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  • Only rocks

    If you continue walking on the beach, it suddenly vanishes and you're just walking on a rocky surface. No rock hopping here, so after a while we returned to the car to drive to our next destination.

  • Picturesque tree

    This is the tree I climbed on that you can see in the intro. It looks so perfect on this beach. I really had the feeling of being on a deserted island. It was so peaceful and quiet here. Of course it wasn't deserted completely, but at least I was an an island, a very big one that is ;)))

  • Don't let the wind blow you away

    The day we were in Jervis Bay, the wind was blowing really hard. The sand sometimes even blew in our faces. If you wanted to sit on the beach, you're towel would be covered with sand in just a few minutes. Luckily if you moved closer to the trees, there are some patches with grass, so you can put you're stuff safely there.


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