Coffs Harbour is the southern gateway to the Solitary Islands Marine Park, a very unique mix of tropical and temperate fish life; the waters of the Solitary Islands are just like the southern Great Barrier Reef with a mix of Fish from the south.
Jetty Dive Centre pride themselves in their high level of PADI training, from PADI open water Scuba courses all the way through to PADI Instructor.
Jetty Dive Centre love scuba diving at the Solitary Islands on their daily dive charters for snorkelers or scuba divers, and their large and comfortable dive boats offer the best diving available. Passionate dive crew have the knowledge and experience to show you the best of the Solitary Islands.
Jetty Dive Centre offers Whale Watching from their fast Adventure boats. Get to the Humpback Whales fast and spend all your time watching these magnificent giants! Whale Watching trips run three times daily from June to October and are dependent on the weather.
Jetty Dive also has the first Whale Swims in NSW. After years of watching the Humpback Whales, they have developed a trip of a lifetime. Swim with Humpback Whales trips are an experience you will never forget.!
Basic Boating Carpark Caters for limited mobility Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Disabled access available Half Day or Less International Moderate Nature and wildlife Professional Association of Diving Instructors Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Scuba Diving Snorkelling Water - Motorised
From $85 to $299
To see the best diving around the Solitary Islands Marine Park, you must venture offshore to the Solitary Islands themselves. You will be amazed by the variety of marine life and see a mixture of fish from the tropics and subtropical varieties as well. The water is usually clean and warm because of the East Australian Current. The South Solitary Islands are 20 minutes travelling time on the fast boats, so comfort is important, and size counts.Carpark
From $55 to $65
Jetty Dive Centre offers Adventure Whale Watching aboard their fast boat “Wildfin” on a daily basis from Coffs Harbour, on New South Wales’ North Coast.
The fast boat ride out means they usually see whales only minutes after leaving the harbour. If they see whales in the distance jumping, they can move from one group to another in a very short time, and not miss any action. The one and a half hour trip is mostly spent watching whales, not getting there. It is not just a Whale Watch trip, it is a fun Adventure boat ride too!
The Whale Watch trips from Coffs Harbour operate daily from June to October, in the beautiful waters of the Solitary Islands Marine Park. The Solitary Islands Marine Park is minutes away from Coffs Harbour, and located mid way between Sydney and Brisbane.Carpark