Things to Do

Jervis Bay Wild | Dolphin Cruises Jervis Bay | Woebegone Freediving | Dive Jervis Bay | Cape St George Lighthouse | Point Perpendicular Lighthouse | Botanic Gardens | Husky Ferry | Husky Hire-A-Boat | Bike Hire


Jervis Bay Wild

Jervis Bay Wild offers a range of breathtaking cruise options for you, your family and your friends to enjoy all year-round, including Dolphin Cruises, Whale Watching, Boom Netting, South Coast Passage and Private Charters. Something for the whole family.
Whale Watching and Dolphin Watching with us in beautiful Jervis Bay is a fantastic way to experience the excitement of pure nature like never before.


Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay

Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay are the Bay’s largest and most experienced cruise company offering, in addition to our dolphin and whale watching cruises, special event cruises and much more.
Their mission is to educate visitors, helping them to discover the natural wonders of Jervis Bay Marine Park, whilst enhancing the protection of the Bays’ marine inhabitants. They are committed to providing quality life experiences and unrivaled service to customers through responsible and sustainable, nature based tourism, protecting Jervis Bay’s treasures for today and for the future.


Woebegone Freediving

Woebegone Freedive offers unique and adventurous beach and boat snorkelling expeditions to the seal colonies, sea caves and white sandy beaches of Jervis Bay, as well as Freedive training courses and travel expeditions around the world.
Woebegone Freedive consists of power couple Lara and Dylan. They are South Coast locals and professional instructors with a combined 15 years experience in the dive industry and a perfect safety record. They are passionate about teaching, exploring and conserving the oceans.
All expeditions include premium freediving equipment and Lara and Dylan as your in-water guides. The expeditions cater for ages seven years and beyond with no prior experience necessary.


Dive Jervis Bay

Dive Jervis Bay offers a variety of trips for scuba diving and snorkelling. Experience some of the sixty plus great dives of Jervis Bay Marine Park, natures ultimate playground. The Dive Jervis Bay team are trained to the highest standard and are qualified to look after either the novice or experienced diver’s in-water needs.
They also offer a huge range of Dive Courses, taught by highly qualified Instructors. Want to travel to other locations? They organise travel in Australia and outside to other dive operators. Interested in joining their local Dive Club, Husky Divers? Then you can find all the details on their website.


Cape St George Lighthouse

The ruined Cape St George Lighthouse is perched on the edge of spectacular cliffs between Booderee National Park and the sea.
The lighthouse lookout offers stunning sea and cliff views – a fantastic place to watch whale migrations (June to July and September to November). It is heritage-listed and the most significant European historic site in Booderee National Park.
Booderee National Park is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community.
To enter the park you’ll need a park pass, which you can pre-purchase online for quick and easy entry.


Point Perpendicular Lighthouse

Spend a day exploring Beecroft Peninsular, the majestic Point Perpendicular Lighthouse.
The lookout is around 90 metres above sea level, making it perfect for spotting migrating whales during the cooler months as they migrate south, and you can also spot resident seals, white bellied sea eagles and pelagic fish as they hunt in the rich seas below.
The gravel road to the lighthouse may deteriorate during bad weather and at times the road is closed because of Naval gunnery training exercises.


Botanic Gardens

Visit the Booderee Botanic Gardens to learn about bush tucker, the medicinal uses of plants, and the long association the Koori people have with the area and the plants of south-eastern Australia.
Enjoy the peaceful setting of the gardens by relaxing on the grass lawns or using the picnic tables provided.
Admission to the gardens is included in the entry fee for Booderee National Park.
To enter the park you’ll need a park pass, which you can pre-purchase online for quick and easy entry.


Husky Ferry

The Husky Ferry is plying the tranquil waters of Currambene Creek, operating a regular weekend ferry service from Myola to the bustling resort township of Huskisson.
The vessel has a bow door that drops down to allow easy access for bikes, prams, wheelchairs and disabled passengers.
Departs Huskisson Wharf to Myola on quarter to the hour.
Available for private charters and group transfers anytime.


Husky Hire-A-Boat

Husky Hire-A-Boat hire out aluminium boats with small outboard motor operates from Woollamia boat ramp on nine kilometres of Currambene creek a spot of fishing, enjoy a relaxing sightseeing trip and having a good time.
Husky Hire-A-Boat leave from Frank Lewis Way boat ramp, Huskisson and no boat license is required to drive the boats.
Open seven days a week.


Shoalhaven Bike Hire

Shoalhaven Bike Hire offers hire of bikes from as short as one hour to several days for travellers and locals alike. With several different adult mountain bikes to choose from, Shoalhaven Bike Hire can accommodate all people and all types of riders. Also catering for children and hire out baby seats, helmets and all other needs for bike riders. Open daily. 02 4441 5255

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