Jervis Bay is fast becoming the whale watching capital of NSW, rivalling Hervey Bay for the title as the nation's whale watching capital.
Jervis Bay the whale watching capital of NSW, rivalling Hervey Bay for the title as the nation's whale watching capital.
The pristine environs of the Jervis Bay Marine Park and the back drop of 20km’s se cliffs make this area the ideal base for whale watching - eco-tourism at its best!
The Southern migration is particularly special because Jervis Bay offers a much needed rest stop for the mothers and their calves on their long journey back home. This gives passengers the opportunity to see mothers and calves frolicking in the sheltered waters inside Jervis Bay.
As nature allows the often curious whales may swim up to the boat to investigate what all the fuss is about. the operator is so confident, they guarantee that you will see whales.... if not a free return cruise is offered.
Not to be missed - Jervis Bay Whales!
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We didn't see ANY whales at all .....
The crew were very knowledgeable in their work.
Would have liked to be given a spray jacket before we departed as my group was sitting at the back of the boat and got really wet. The spray jackets came out after we already were wet. We had a great time. The weather just let us down..
Four of us had had the best day out with even the weather behaving itself. Saw a mother and calf whale, seals, dolphins - will do this again!
My husband and I had a wonderful day and were amazed at seeing so many whales. A most enjoyable day.