Jervis Bay is renowned for its natural beauty and extraordinary wildlife, such as dolphins, seals, sea birds, fairy penguins and migrating whales (from May through November). Rich in Australian history, Aboriginal culture, and Geological marvels, Jervis Bay is also famous for its unspoilt coastline with exceptionally clear water.
Jervis Bay Wild are committed to sustainable tourism and have achieved Advanced Eco-certification, are highly rated on TripAdvisor, and won an award for accessible/inclusive tourism. Friendly, knowledgeable, and skilful crew provide unique and unforgettable eco-tours.
Explore ancient caves and be amazed by the remote beauty of the Beecroft Peninsula. Watch abundant and diverse wildlife in their natural habitat. Join Jervis Bay Wild for some fun boom netting that the whole family can enjoy or indulge yourself in a sunset cruise.
One of their five vessels, Port Venture, is a 18.5 metre, spacious catamaran with five viewing levels, which has been specifically designed to suit all ages, especially those who are in wheelchairs or have a physical disability. She has disabled amenities on board and level walk or wheel, on and off ramp.
And if boating isn’t your thing, they have kayaks, canoes, and standup paddle boards.
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From $39 to $300
A fun way to spend the day to suit all levels of experience from beginners to advanced. It’s easy, fun, and safe for the whole family.
However, all participants must be able to swim confidently.
The Jervis Bay Wild experienced instructors will teach you all you need to know.
You will need to bring bottled water, footwear, swimwear, protective clothing, towel, sunscreen, hat, and sunglasses. They provide kayak, canoes, stand up paddle boards, paddles, and life jackets (PFD).
From $50 to $135
Cruise the beautiful waters of Jervis Bay, view the resident pods of dolphins, then enjoy the fun and excitement of boom netting along pristine beaches and crystal clear waters.
Port Venture is Jervis Bay’s only boom netting boat and it’s an experience like no other. The kids love it and its a perfect way to see the sights that Jervis Bay has to offer.
Boom netting is available from December to March, tide dependent. Departs daily with an arrival time of 45 minutes prior to departure time.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $75 to $185
Explore the wild beauty of Jervis Bay, unravel its secrets that are only accessible by water. Jervis Bay is famous for its many pristine, white beaches. In fact, Hyams Beach has the whitest sand in the world. Jervis Bay is also renowned for its exceptionally clear water. Natural flushing occurs, so every six weeks, the bay’s water is completely replaced by clean water.
Visit a perfect little lagoon, or an exciting blowhole. Explore breathtaking, rock and land formations, and ancient sea caves. Jervis Bay offers a range of stunning eco tour destinations.
Experience close encounters with the majestic coastline; gaze up at sheer cliffs that tower 100 metres vertically out of Jervis Bay.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $125 to $295
Setting out from Huskisson, you will be amazed by the natural beauty of the South Coast’s unspoilt coastline. Visit a natural seal colony, explore ancient sea caves and experience close encounters with towering 100 metre cliffs emerging out of the sea.
Just when you think you have seen it all, you now enter Jervis Bay Marine Park, with abundant wildlife in their natural habitat, pristine clear water, and the whitest sand in the world at Hyams Beach. This is a tour not to be missed.
This tour is wind and sea conditions dependent and scheduled departure times, subject to change.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $65 to $165
Witness the majestic beauty of migrating whales from May to November. A life changing experience set against rugged cliffs and ancient sea caves. Explore the hidden treasures of Jervis Bay on your return. Season mid-May to mid-November. Mothers and their calves come into the bay during the month of October to rest and bond with their young.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Pet Friendly - Enquire Public Toilet
From $30 to $60
You will be one of up to 20 guests, as you voyage down the sheltered waters of Currambene Creek on board Jervis Bay Wild’s newest addition, ‘The Pontoon Boat’.
During the sunset hours, you will be treated to an evening of relaxation and indulgence.
Enjoy a glass of wine with some cheese (Bring Your Own) as you cruise the calm waters of Currambene Creek and explore its eco system.
A sunset barbecue cruise can also be arranged for group bookings.
A great cruise for all the family, to cool off with a swim in pristine clear water, on those warm summer evenings.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Pet Friendly - Enquire Public Toilet
From $35 to $92
Cruise the pristine waters of Jervis Bay, view the resident Bottlenose dolphins that live in the bay all year round.
Cruises depart daily at 10.30am and 1pm. Boarding takes place 15 minutes prior to departure. 1.5 hour cruise duration.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Pet Friendly - Enquire Public Toilet
From $45 to $60
Kayaking or Stand-Up-Paddle boarding is a fabulous well being activity for everyone.
Explore the natural beauty of Currambene Creek, rich with birds and other wildlife. Learn about the environment, go through exotic mangroves, and more than likely you will be observed by spoonbills, pelicans and cranes. You may even see Stumpy the stingray.
What to Bring: Water bottle, appropriate footwear, swim wear/protective clothing, towel, sunscreen, hat and sunglasses