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2 Hour Jervis Bay Passage Cruise

Cruise the turquoise waters of Jervis Bay, visit spots only accessible by water and discover the diverse wildlife along the way.

Highlights

  • Cruise past the high sea cliffs and rugged headlands of Point Perpendicular
  • Discover the clear turquoise waters of Honeymoon Bay and The Docks
  • Visit Hyams Beach, home to the whitest sand in the world
  • Wildlife viewings of resident dolphins, sandpipers and white bellied sea eagles along the way
  • Informative commentary on the History of Jervis Bay

Come along and cruise Australia's popular Jervis Bay, located on the New South Wales south coast. We explore Jervis Bay's marine park in all its beauty.

Jervis Bay is home to an abundance of wildlife, so keep your eyes peeled for dolphins, sandpipers and white bellied sea eagles along the way!

Departing Huskisson, we tour around the bay visiting Honeymoon Bay, the Docks, Point Perpendicular, Hyams beach and much more!

Pass the sheer cliffs and rugged headlands of Point Perpendicular, cruise over the natural lagoon of Honeymoon bay and get up close to the protruding rock ledges of the Docks - This cruise will take your breath away.

You will be joined by a very experienced and friendly crew with informative commentary on the History of Jervis Bay during the cruise. We guarantee you will leave with a new found respect and knowledge of Jervis Bay. So come along and experience the natural wonders of the Bay, no doubt a very special part of Australia.

Location: 58 Owen Street Huskisson, Jervis Bay, South Coast of NSW.

Adult $75.00
Child $35.00

What's included

  • 2 hour Jervis Bay Passage cruise
  • History commentary on Jervis Bay as you travel
  • Spray jackets provided
  • There is a selection of snacks and beverages available on board

Duration

  • Allow approximately 2 hours duration for the whole experience

Child Friendly

  • This experience welcomes families with children.

Notes

  • Important: You must call into the main booking office at 58 Owen St, Huskisson to collect your boarding pass.
  • Child price applies to ages 2-14 years. Under 2's free.

Available Bookings from January 26 to February 01

Change Dates

All prices are shown in AUD ($)

Sun 26 Jan
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Fri 31 Jan
Sat 1 Feb

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$60.00
  • Child$28.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$60.00
  • Child$28.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$60.00
  • Child$28.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$60.00
  • Child$28.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

12+spaces priced from:

  • Adult$75.00
  • Child$35.00

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Authenticated Reviews & PhotosAll of our reviews are from people who have booked and paid for this activity thru Bookme

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Gaynor from Australia wrote on 09 December 2018

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Wonderful Experience

Such a magical place- beautiful torquoise water and large rock formations.We saw dolphins on the way out and fortunately they give us jackets as it’s windy and cool on the water and was very choppy coming home but that added to the adventure.Thoroughly recommended.

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Musteba Aplak from Australia wrote on 24 December 2019

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Unique Experience, but slightly expensive

We as a family, REALLY enjoyed the Jervis Bay Huskisson Whale/Dolphin watch (even though this isn't the specific title). However, needless to say, I was personally a bit disappointed not being able to see the dolphins (I can't blame the captain of the boat, it was very windy hence the high probability of not being able to see the dolphins, in which case we didn't). I find the tours of such places to be very expensive (I paid $176 for a family of 5, inclusive of my 1.5 year old daughter, 2-hour boat ride). It seems like the "domestic" Australian tourism sector (which I always try to support financially) is unfortunately more and more focusing its aim at "international" tourists, who are mostly very high middle class and millionaire individuals from their respective countries. (I have visited Tasmania previously and found it overtly expensive, and had to give up on visiting Uluru and Alice Springs due to the massive costs involved). I hope such a feedback is taken very seriously and action taken to reduce the rate of places/visits/restaurants so that middle class Australians like myself can enjoy morw frequent quality family experiences without the hassle and stress of focusing on the dramatic reduction of my savings.

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Sophie Cart from Australia wrote on 08 December 2019

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Amazing experience

It was such a nice day and we were very impressed with the beauty of the Bay. The crew were very friendly and funny :) Thank you again for that unforgettable experience

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Abhishek from Australia wrote on 13 June 2019

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Great Experience

It was a really great experience. Definitely value for money. They covered a lot of sight seeing places along with wale watching, seal watching and dolphin watching.

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Thankyou for your positive response, we strive every time to give "The Ultimate Jervis Bay Experience".

Nagaprakash from Australia wrote on 24 April 2019

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Jervis Bay Passage

Fantastic cruise

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