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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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Avoid Seasickness This Summer

Avoid Seasickness This Summer

Even if you’ve never experienced seasickness before, the wrong conditions can cause it to strike even the most experienced sailors. While Jervis Bay is a relatively calm body of water, minimising the potential for seasickness, if you’re heading out on the water this...

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Bioluminescence at  Jervis Bay: August 2018

Bioluminescence at Jervis Bay: August 2018

Whale watching in Jervis Bay is well known as some of the world's best. But did you know that Jervis Bay is also a known hot spot for bioluminescence? There have been some incredible displays over the years, but the light show witnessed by lucky spectators just a few...

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2018 Best Whale Watching Spots: NSW South Coast

2018 Best Whale Watching Spots: NSW South Coast

Whale Season 2018 is upon us, and our whale watching tours will be running daily from now until mid-November. Tens of thousands of whales are expected to pass through the best whale watching spots on the NSW Coast. Lucky for us, Jervis Bay is one such spot. This means...

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The Secret Life Of Whales

The Secret Life Of Whales

In preparation for whale watching season, we've been reading a fascinating books about whales and we just had to share it with you. Marine biologist and co-founder of the Centre for Whale Research (Western Australia), Micheline Jenner, has been studying whales for...

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Eastern Quoll Returns To Jervis Bay

Eastern Quoll Returns To Jervis Bay

It’s not a whale or a dolphin, but the Eastern Quoll is just as fascinating and has a unique conservation story. Last week, 60 years after the eastern quoll was wiped out by foxes on the Australian mainland, twenty of these carnivorous marsupials were released into...

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How Do Whales and Dolphins Communicate?

How Do Whales and Dolphins Communicate?

How Do Dolphins Communicate? Do dolphins talk to each other? It seems they do! Scientists all over the world have been studying dolphins for years, learning about the way they communicate with one another. In Hawaii, an experiment was performed between a mother...

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Visit The Husky Carnival This Summer

Visit The Husky Carnival This Summer

Are you looking for things to do in Huskisson this summer? If you are, you should check out the Huskisson Carnival. Open from the 26th December, 2017 to 28th January, 2018, the carnival is the perfect place to visit with your friends or with the whole family. Location...

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Paperbark Camp: Camping For Grownups

Paperbark Camp: Camping For Grownups

Do you like the idea of camping but not the practicalities - carrying your own gear, setting it up, taking it down again, shared amenities (and the list goes on)? If the answer is yes, then the luxury tents at Paperbark Camp will provide you with the camping...

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7 Reasons to Love Bottlenose Dolphins

7 Reasons to Love Bottlenose Dolphins

It’s no secret that dolphins are a beloved mammal. And the bottlenose dolphins are some of the most recognisable and most famous. With good reason: these animals are fascinating! At Jervis Bay Wild, we run a year-round dolphin eco cruise, so you can join us in every...

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