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HSU Holiday Cabins are located at Jervis Bay, close to the surf beaches of the NSW south coast. Come and enjoy the beauty and peace of the rainforest and the banks of the inlet.
There is plenty to do including swimming, bush walking, barbecues, sailing, boating and fishing – not to mention taking pleasure in the wildlife around you.
What are the cabins like?
The cabins are self-contained, consisting of three bedrooms, a lounge/dining area, kitchen, bathroom and toilet. Each cabin comfortably accommodates up to six people.The cabins are equipped with a queen bed, two single beds, and a sleep-out housing a set of bunks. Pillows and bed covers to sleep six are included. The kitchen is equally well equipped with an oven, a microwave, and a family-sized fridge/freezer and the cupboards are stocked with eating, drinking and cooking utensils adequate for a family of up to six. There is also a colour TV and a heater for the cooler weather.
Linen is not provided; members will have to bring sheets, pillow cases, towels and tea towels, along with all your consumable items. An inventory of equipment provided can be supplied if required. Inventories are kept in all cabins at the camp.
Tank water is supplied for drinking, with bore water for bathing and toilets.
A communal laundry, equipped with washing machines and a dryer (token-in-slot operation) is provided.
Guests have the option of ordering basic items such as newspapers, milk and bread by notifying the camp manager the night before. They will be collected the following morning. See the camp manager for more information.
What to bring
Towels, tea towels, sheets, pillow cases, soap, shampoo, hair dryer, laundry liquid, food, tea, coﬀee, sugar, salt & pepper, sauce, oil etc