Moona Moona Creek Lagoon
Where: Vincentia

Located in between Vincentia and Huskisson this lagoon is very popular with families especially those with young children. The lagoon has the most protected waters around Jervis Bay and they are usually extremely clear water especially at high tide. This is the perfect place for very young children to play safely in the water or for older children and adults to learn how to snorkel. Adjacent to the lagoon is a park with shade trees, picnic and barbeque facilities and amenities.

For more info head over to: www.visitnsw.com.au
Photo by www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au

Getting there: You can access the lagoon via Elizabeth Drive or by riding along the waterfront bike/walking track that links Vincentia and Huskisson.

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