We are excited to announce that The Map To Paradise will be screening just around the corner from us in a couple of weeks. This feature-length documentary examines how positivity can be used to effect change and inspire a global movement to protect the world’s oceans.
Filmed across six continents, the filmmakers have set out to challenge the mainstream narrative of hard-hitting environmental documentaries with a “doom and gloom” message, and replace it with one of hope and courage. Along the way, we meet a prince, a president, a pirate, and also an island chief — among others — who are all playing a role in the quest to save the planet.
Jervis Bay Marine Park
Extending from Kinghorn Point down to Sussex Inlet, Jervis Bay Marine Park is a protected area designed to conserve biological diversity while still allowing recreational activities. Home to dolphins, penguins, seals and whales during their annual migration, you can expect crystal clear waters and calm seas to enjoy stand up paddleboarding, kayaking, diving and fishing. Hop on one of our dolphin cruises or enjoy the view from the many surrounding walking trails.