Where to stay near Callala Bay?

Our 2019 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 1,212 holiday rentals near Callala Bay. From 966 Houses to 126 Studios, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Callala Bay for a long holiday or a weekend break is on HomeAway.

Can I rent Houses in Callala Bay?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 966 Houses in Callala Bay. Our other popular types of Callala Bay holiday rentals include:

  • Studios: 126 holiday houses
  • Condos/Apartments: 109 holiday houses
  • Cabins: 54 holiday houses

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including Cottages and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Callala Bay?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 64 holiday homes with pool available in Callala Bay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

    Holiday Accommodation in Callala Bay

    The small picturesque coastal town of Callala Bay is a glorious holiday destination backed by a close knit community of friendly locals located in the glorious Jervis Bay of New South Wales. The natural beauty of Callala Bay offers visitors an abundance of things to do at their holiday accommodation at the sea.

    Just a few minutes away from the bustling coastal town of Nowra, and a few minutes away from Callala Beach, Callala Bay is the perfect place for a holiday home.

    Things to See and Do

    Although small, Callala Bay has plenty of gorgeous beach frontage and there’s a shopping centre with places enough to pick up provisions for stocking your holiday rental.


    The little town is popular with the sailing and fishing fraternities as there is a safe harbour with jetty and boat ramp, both of which are well used by the Jervis Bay Sailing Club. The club is also a school and especially welcomes juniors for lessons. They also organise a rather hefty series of races so, if you like to watch boats, you’ll be in your element here.

    Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens

    Booderee, meaning plenty of fish or bay of plenty is an Aboriginal word chosen for the area by the indigenous community for what was previously the Jervis Bay National Park and Botanic gardens.

    Visitors have a chance to see the rare White –Bellied Sea Eagle, which is considered the guardian of the Wreck Bay and the Aboriginal people. Peaceful and quiet with beautiful surroundings, the park and the gardens are a wonderful place to spend a recreational day with the family. Look out for all the relevant information in your holiday rental.

    Silos Estate Winery

    Silos is the perfect place for the wine lover or wine connoisseur to relax and enjoy the beauty of the rolling wine estate, enjoy a tour through the history of Silos and the winery itself. If you are going to do wine tasting, you might like to accompany the wine tasting with a scrumptious lunch at the gorgeous award winning restaurant at Silos.

    Perfect for that special event and weddings, the farm has stunning holiday accommodation for visitors wishing to visit for a few days.

    Whale Watching – Jervis Bay

    In Jervis Bay, visitors can experience the ultimate open sea adventure, by partaking in a whale watching charter or cruise. Sail out onto the open sea and get the exciting chance to get right up close to the gentle giants of the sea. During the migration season, as the whales make their way to their summer breeding grounds, experienced guides can take you right out to where they feed for a few hours each day. A whale watching excursion is the best way to get a grumpy teenager off of the couch at your holiday home and get them out into the fresh air.

    With the bushland beyond the town, the beaches and the ocean, there are plenty of opportunities for doing more than lolling on the beach, although of course, that is more than acceptable.


    The gorgeous temperate climate of Callala Bay offers visitors the perfect destination to enjoy a holiday home all year round.

    The summer months of October to April bring balmy temperatures of 27C during the peak of the summer season, dropping down to a comfortable 17 C at night, making it the perfect season to enjoy an outdoor meal with the family at your holiday rental in Callala Bay.

    Callala Bay is a summer rainfall area, with most of the rain cooling off the warm days in January.

    Winter brings cool day time temperatures of 19 C dropping down to a chilly 5 C at night, but not to worry, all the holiday accommodation will have all the necessary comforts needed to make your stay and enjoyable one.

    Getting there from the UK

    Visitors arriving in the region for their holiday in Callala Bay, will first have to fly into Sydney’s Kingsford Smith International Airport. From there, there are 3 airports to get you closer to Callala Bay – Nowra, Falls Creek, both less than 10 miles away or Wollongong, with 30 miles. It’s important to check flight schedules for connecting transfers. With Sydney being less than 125kms away, it’s worth taking the drive through the countryside down to the sea. Pick up a hire car, which is recommended to be booked when visitors book their holiday accommodation, holiday rental or holiday home in Callala Bay.