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Things to do in Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay is a slice of paradise on the New South Wales south coast. Calm turquoise water laps the whitest of sand, which stretches back to meet the dense bushland of the Booderee National Park. Camping here is as good as heaven.

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You can soak in the best views of Jervis Bay from the Point Perpendicular Lighthouse on the northern tip, or scoot around to the Cape St George Lighthouse in the south. In between are cute seaside villages like Huskisson, Callala Bay and Vincentina, plus Jervis Bay Village itself.

In Jervis Bay, whale watching is a crowd favourite during the migration season between May and November. Adrenaline offers whale watching tours that let you get up close and personal to these giants of the ocean, and our eco tours quickly zip you out to sea in the smoothest of conditions. This makes them a great option if you’re looking for family day trips from Sydney (although you can easily spend a night or two).

Year-round we offer dolphin cruises so you can see the most playful residents of the bay frolicking in their natural habitat, and if you’re lucky you might spot a fur seal or penguin too.

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