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PostPosted: Sep 14th, '17, 20:54 
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I was in Jervis Bay area for work today and got unexpectedly given the day off due to a bushfire. I decided to use the day to research the boat ramps on the northern side of Jervis Bay for a future trip.

Callala Bay Boat Ramp

Callala Bay has a reef protecting it to the south, single lane ramp with about 20 car and trailer spaces. Looks like it may get busy in the summer.

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Currambene Ck Ramp (600m north of Myola)

Signs state gravel road but it has been recently sealed, new toilet block. Area is in the bush about 600m from nearest house so may have problems leaving the car overnight? There was a big cat there that had been pulled out for maintenance so trailer sailors shouldn't have any issues getting up the creek. Single lane ramp in good condition.
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https://earth.google.com/web/@-35.01658 ... ,-0h,0t,0r
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Wollima Boat Ramp (Huskisson)
https://earth.google.com/web/@-35.02566 ... 617h,0t,0r

The major ramp in the area. Used comercially as well as private. Well cared for with parking a dual lane ramp and tiolets. It looks as if it would get busy in peak periods.

From my recce I will use the ramp north of Myola and then park my car in town. I have a personal preference for quiet ramps.


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Jon wrote:
Callala Bay Boat Ramp
Callala Bay has a reef protecting it to the south, single lane ramp with about 20 car and trailer spaces. Looks like it may get busy in the summer.
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Jon wrote:
Currambene Ck Ramp (600m north of Myola)
Signs state gravel road but it has been recently sealed, new toilet block. Area is in the bush about 600m from nearest house so may have problems leaving the car overnight? There was a big cat there that had been pulled out for maintenance so trailer sailors shouldn't have any issues getting up the creek. Single lane ramp in good condition.

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Jon wrote:
Wollima Boat Ramp (Huskisson)
The major ramp in the area. Used comercially as well as private. Well cared for with parking a dual lane ramp and tiolets. It looks as if it would get busy in peak periods.



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PostPosted: Jan 30th, '18, 19:42 
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I have been to jb a couple times and launched at the ramp near huskisson.
Pretty shallow at low tide but you can walk on top of the 2metre wide sting rays save getting your feet wet!
The creek is very protected.
I tried to get up as far as Myola but v shallow.
Such a great spot overall.

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