South Coast, Australia
Dolphin & Whale Watching

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Huskisson: Jervis Bay Humpback Whale Watching Cruise

1. Huskisson: Jervis Bay Humpback Whale Watching Cruise

Experience the humpback whale migration along Australia's eastern coastline on a whale watching cruise in Jervis Bay. See the whales as they make their annual migratory journey along the coast and learn more about these beautiful creatures. Enjoy whale watching in Jervis Bay, an experience you cannot get anywhere else in the world. Explore the bay with a tour that has been running for over 30 years. Embark on this exciting tour between May and November, when Australia's eastern coastline comes alive with the spectacular acrobatic displays of humpback whales as they make their way from Antarctica north to sub-tropical waters where they mate and give birth. Get excited about the possibility of multiple sightings, as this is normal in Jervis Bay during these migrations. Watch the whales and other wildlife on this exciting and educational tour, where there has been a record of 102 individual whale sightings on one cruise in October 2020, all within the calm waters of Jervis Bay.

Huskisson: Dolphin Cruise & Boom Netting Experience

2. Huskisson: Dolphin Cruise & Boom Netting Experience

Discover the Bottlenose dolphins that live in the pristine ecosystem of Jervis Bay. A protected marine park for 20 years, Jervis Bay is home to over 80 Bottlenose dolphins who love to frolic in its crystal-clear waters. Embark on a tour and search for the pods of these playful and friendly creatures. While on tour on the pristine waters, take part in the boom netting activity on board. As the boat cruises through the water, enjoy a fun jacuzzi-like experience as you sit in the boom net, sometimes surrounded by curious dolphins.

Jervis Bay: Scenic Cruise with Onboard Commentary

3. Jervis Bay: Scenic Cruise with Onboard Commentary

For the best opportunity to explore and embrace all that is Jervis Bay – look no further! Friendly crew share their knowledge of beautiful Jervis Bay and it's abundant wildlife as they introduce you to their favourite areas of Jervis Bay. With 70 kilometres of pristine coastline, there is no shortage of breathtaking beaches, shoreline and cliff faces to explore. Whether it is cruising along Hyams Beach absorbing the most exquisite, shimmering white sand in the world- and even learning why! Or taking a step back in time to pre-European Australia in Booderee National Park and Bowen Island (home to over 10 000 little penguins!). Whilst not destination specific when conditions allow, we love to get up close and personal with the Shoalhaven’s most iconic land mark ‘Point Perpendicular’ towering 100 metres above sea level! If the scenic component of the cruise hasn’t convinced you, this tour also features Jervis Bay’s impressive diversity of wildlife. Our resident bottlenose dolphins are regularly encountered on this cruise too! You may be fortunate enough to be graced with the presence of occasional seals, penguins, or sea eagles. To ensure the most comfortable cruise, routes may vary depending on the conditions on the day.

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What people are saying about South Coast, Australia

Wonderful experience! Excellent staff! We are very happy. We will definitely book other cruises if we come back.

Great way to see the dolphins. Boom netting was really fun.