Between May and November each year, superb whale watching is to be had on our Whale Eco Cruises. This 2 hour tour offers an unforgettable experience as you spot the majestic migration of humpback whales through Jervis Bay. The whale watching adventure takes you past glorious cliffs at Point Perpendicular and stops by a natural lagoon known as Honeymoon Bay. If you’re lucky enough to visit the area in October or November, your whale watching experience may include some unique sightings of female humpbacks nursing their young in the bay.
Bottlenose dolphins are an incredible species of dolphin, known for their constant “smile.” These dolphins generally travel in small groups, or pods, and it is a breathtaking site to catch a glimpse of these sleek and agile creatures as they dive, jump, and swim through the bay waters. On your dolphin cruise, you’ll see the graceful dolphins as they are happy to swim close to our boat, racing each other at speeds of up to 37 km/hr.
Dolphin Eco Tour
See our resident Bottlenose dolphins that live in Jervis Bay Marine Park, all year round, in some of the cleanest, clear water in the world.
Summer Eco Cruise
Breathtaking natural beauty fringed by spectacular national parks of long beaches, with the finest white sands in the world.
Whale Eco Cruise
Witness the majestic beauty of our migrating Humpback whales. A life changing experience set against rugged cliffs and ancient sea caves.
Seal Colony Eco Cruise
Venture outside Jervis Bay Marine Park to visit a Seal colony. Explore the rugged sea cliffs and sea caves of Beecroft Peninsula and enjoy the seals at the Drum and Drumsticks.
Summer Boom Netting
Cruise the pristine waters of Jervis Bay Marine Park. See our resident Bottlenose dolphins, spectacular sea cliffs and enjoy the adrenalin rush of boom netting along unspoiled white beaches.
Twilight Eco Tours
Explore the rugged cliffs and sea caves of Beecroft Peninsula, accompanied by our resident dolphins.
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