Your Ultimate 2023 Whale Watching Experience with Jervis Bay Wild

In the heart of the whale season, we’re excited to invite you to join us at Jervis Bay Wild for an incredible experience.


Nature’s Wonders Unveiled

Right now, the waters of Jervis Bay are graced by the presence of some truly amazing migratory creatures. These big humpback whales are known for their impressive moves like leaping out of the water and playfully slapping their tails. This is something they do every year during their travels.


A Day by the Water

Step onto our specially designed boats and immerse yourself in the calmness of the sea. Feel the refreshing coastal breeze as our friendly guides share their knowledge about these whales. They’ll tell you all about how these creatures behave and where they go. You’ll also get insights into our ongoing efforts to protect them.


More Than Just Whales

While we’re really excited about the whales, the ocean has even more to offer. Keep an eye out for dolphins putting on a show, adorable seals enjoying their time, and charming seabirds adding life to the shoreline.


Claim Your Spot

We don’t want you to miss out on this rare opportunity while the whales are around. Whether you’re a devoted nature enthusiast or just looking for an amazing weekend experience, our trips are tailored for everyone.

Get ready to be captivated by the beauty of nature. Secure your spot now by making a booking today and become a part of this unique coastal adventure.


Click here to book your experience today!


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