Enjoy the world-renowned dolphin watch cruise on Tekin III - the Spirit of Jervis Bay for the opportunity to see dolphins playing in the crystal clear water of Jervis Bay, home to the largest population of resident bottlenose dolphins in Australia and the whitest sand in the world.
• 1.5 hours
Whale Watching in Jervis Bay with Dolphin Watch Cruises, is one of the BEST opportunities to have an encounter with migrating Humpback Whales in Australia. We are very proud of our experienced, professional and friendly crews, who are passionate about this special place and the marine life that lives in and visits Jervis Bay. We are fortunate enough to regularly see whales inside the bay, even with playful newborn calves using Jervis Bay as a nursery and playground. A whale watching cruise with us is an experience you will love!
• 2 hours
Discover the wild beauty of Jervis Bay Marine Park and unravel its secrets that are only accessible by water on a 2-hour cruise from Huskisson. See the abundant wildlife in their natural habitat and explore the magic that is Jervis Bay.
• 2 hours
Cruise through Jervis Bay Marine Park for a close-up dolphin encounter. This 2-hour cruise will take you through the sparkling waters and past white sandy beaches of Jervis Bay on the New South Wales south coast. You’ll see countless bottlenose dolphins playing right beside the boat and showing off their swimming prowess. You'll be amazed by these graceful dolphins as they dive, jump and swim through the bay waters, at times traveling at speeds of up to 23 miles per hour (37km/h).
• 1.5 hours
Witness the majestic beauty of our migrating humpback whales on this 2-hour whale watching cruise from the town of Huskisson on Jervis Bay. You’ll cruise through the sparkling waters and past the white sandy beaches of the Jervis Bay Marin Park in search of these gentle giants of the sea. From May to November whales in increasing numbers can be found along the NSW coast on their annual migration, and during the months of October and November mothers and calves even enter Jervis Bay for a number of days to rest and bond with their young before continuing on the massive journey back to Antarctica.
• 2 hours
Explore Batemans Marine Park in a glass-bottom kayak, an innovative vessel that allows for wildlife viewing while staying on top of the water. During this 2.5-hour tour with a guide, view the underwater world of Batemans Bay as you look for marine life such as stingrays and blue swimmer crabs. Select a morning or afternoon tour when booking.
• 2 hours
This is the best way to discover remote and innacessbile sections of the South Coast of NSW! Even find migrating whales as they cruise north and south along the NSW south coast. You will be using double expedition style sea kayaks to explore the ocean and search for wildlife, this tour also makes a stop on secluded beaches for morning tea, optional hikes, swims, snorkeling, and a return journey exploring rocky ledges and coves. The group will depart from any quiet location, you will be notified of the exact departure location the evening prior to your booking, please include an email or contact phone number in your booking.
• 4 hours
Visit remote and inaccessible beaches, islands, rock platforms and coves - discovering wonderful places to stop in a sea kayak en route! You will be using double expedition style sea kayaks to explore the ocean and search for wildlife, this tour also makes a stop on secluded beaches for morning tea, lunch, optional hikes, swims, snorkeling, and a return journey exploring rocky ledges and coves. The group will depart from any quiet location, you will be notified of the exact departure location the evening prior to your booking, please include an email or contact phone number in your booking.
• 7 hours
Walk incredible ancient coastline on the NSW South Coast, with pristine scenery to enjoy. This vehicle-supported experience allows you to hike with just your day pack, meeting your bags at the end of each day in one of our gorgeous accommodation options. In this 3 day guided walking experience along an award-winning hiking trail, you will pass through exquisite geological sites, long sandy beaches, forest and cliff tops with breathtaking views. Enjoy great fresh food along the way and relax in absolute comfort in wonderful accommodation in the National Park. This hike is low to moderate in difficulty, and includes plenty of downtime for rest and relaxation.
• 3 days
Join 4th generation oyster farmers on a kayak tour for a working insight into Australia's Oyster Coast. The magnificent Clyde River Estuary system in Batemans Bay is home to some of the most successful oyster farmers on the South Coast of NSW, paddle and taste the romance of the finest oysters from the purest Australian waters. Be treated, eating the freshest oysters you can, taken from the river that morning the staff at the Oyster shed pass out plates of the 2 varieties of oysters grown. Learn about the local cultivation techniques, the science behind farming, oyster varieties and life as an oyster farmer from Jade, Greg and Enola from the Oyster Shed on Wray Street. Following the tasting and talk, float in your kayak through working oyster farms!
• 2 hours