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Jervis Bay
NSW

Quick Facts

  • Jervis Bay is located at a distance of 200 km from Sydney.
  • Jervis Bay covers an area of 100 sq.km
  • The region has three lakes and two national parks
  • Some of the most beautiful beaches have whitest sands in the world
  • Jervis Bay is home to dolphins, penguins and plenty of wildlife

Boat Tours

Walking tracks

Water sports

Snorkelling

Things to do at Jervis Bay

The white and deep blue water on most beaches makes Jervis a great location for swimming, snorkelling and diving. Hyams, Murray, Callala and Cave Beach are some of the most popular locations for visitors to explore.
Dolphin and Whale watching tours operates from Huskisson provides scenic excursion in the bay. Visitors can book their own customized tours and charter boats for sailing and sightseeing. 
Fishing is quite popular in Jervis Bay, Wreck Bay and St. George Basin.
For outdoor lovers, walking tracks along the coast escarpments provide unique experience for visitors and  lovers of outdoor life. 

Jervis
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Favourites

Best experiences in Jervis Bay

Murray beach is one of my favorites located at the northern tip of Booderee National park. Clear water flows in ripples making it ideal for swimming, snorkeling, floating or simple basking in the sun. The beach is normally not very crowded because of its remote locations as compared to Vincentia, Huskisson and Hymns Beach.

 Sydney to Jervis Bay

Dolphin watching tours at Huskisson is definitely a unique experience in the area. Over hundred resident dolphins spend their entire life in the Bay making it a unique experience for researches and visitors to observe them at close quarters. 

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