Jervis Bay Marine Park on the NSW South coast covers approximately 215 km2 and spans over 100 km of coastline and adjacent oceanic, embayment and estuarine waters.
- It extends from Kinghorn Point south to Sussex Inlet.
- It includes most of the waters of Jervis Bay, with the remainder forming part of the Booderee National Park on Bherwerre Peninsula.
- The seaward boundary is 1.5 km offshore of St Georges Head, Cape St George, Point Perpendicular, Crocodile Head and Beecroft Head.
- It contains the tidal waters of Currambene Creek, Moona Creek, Carama Inlet, Wowly Gully, Callala Creek and Currarong Creek, and the mean high water mark along the shores.
The park was established in 1998 and its zones and management rules commenced in October 2002.