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Jervis Bay’s Best Beaches

Jervis Bay’s Best Beaches

Murrays Located in a well-protected bay in Booderee National Park, Murrays Beach resembles a pacific island on sunny summer days. The colour of the water is breathtaking and the sand is just as white as Hyams. There’s excellent snorkelling, some interesting bushwalks...

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Five Great Walks Near Jervis Bay

Five Great Walks Near Jervis Bay

Pigeon House Mountain Where: Morton National ParkTime: 3 hoursDistance: 6kmGrade: Grade 4 (some bushwalking experience is recommended)Highlights: Incredible panoramic views of the ocean, rare Pigeon House Ash eucalyptus, cliffs and gorges and lyrebirds. One of the...

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Camping in Jervis Bay

Camping in Jervis Bay

Camping is a wonderful way to make the most of the warmer months. Whether you are looking to rough it in a tent, enjoy the conveniences of a caravan/cabin or experience high-end glamping, there are numerous camping sites in Jervis Bay that are sure to suit. Booderee...

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5 of the Best Cafes in Huskisson

5 of the Best Cafes in Huskisson

If you’re visiting Huskisson for the first time, you'll be pleased to know there are plenty of cafes in Huskisson that serve delicious meals, light snacks and a choice of beverages from early morning through to late afternoon. So, if you're planning on joining one of...

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Wildlife in Jervis Bay

Wildlife in Jervis Bay

Wildlife In Jervis Bay At Jervis Bay Wild, it might seem like we’re all about the whales, dolphins, and fur seals. While you are guaranteed to see at least one of these incredible species on our awesome whale cruises, we also know that this region is bursting with...

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2019 June Long weekend: 48 Hours In Jervis Bay

2019 June Long weekend: 48 Hours In Jervis Bay

The 2019 June long weekend is fast approaching and there’s no better way to spend it than in beautiful Jervis Bay. Only a short drive from both Sydney and Canberra (just over 2 hours in both cases), Jervis Bay feels like a world away. There’s so much to see and do -...

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Why Do Whales Migrate?

Why Do Whales Migrate?

Humpback whales are incredible creatures found in oceans around the world. Humpback whales spend their lives following migratory patterns and undertake migratory journeys longer than that of nearly any other mammal on earth. Food and reproduction are the main reasons...

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Winter in Jervis Bay: Your Winter Holiday Starts Here

Winter in Jervis Bay: Your Winter Holiday Starts Here

There are many advantages to visiting Jervis Bay in winter. There’s plenty to do - whale watching, local shopping, dining and wineries - and there are fewer tourists. You’ll have our stunning beaches (many of them pet-friendly) all to yourself, enjoy a more relaxed...

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The Map To Paradise Jervis Bay Screening

The Map To Paradise Jervis Bay Screening

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....

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Valentine’s Day In Jervis Bay

Valentine’s Day In Jervis Bay

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you may be considering a romantic getaway for you and your loved one. With spectacular scenery, great food and friendly locals, Jervis Bay is a wonderful destination for couples. There are plenty of things to do in Jervis...

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