Jervis Bay Passage
Duration: 2 hours
Cruise Jervis Bay on a summer’s day!
Discover the breathtaking natural beauty of Jervis Bay Marine Park and unravel its secrets only accessible by water.
Witness the tall cliffs of Point Perpendicular, a natural lagoon of Honey Bay and abundant wildlife (dolphins, sandpipers, white bellied sea eagles), in their natural habitat, whilst exploring the whitest sand in the world at the famous Hyams Beach.
The Jervis Bay Passage Cruise is accompanied by informative commentary that leaves our guests with a wonderful respect and knowledge of Jervis Bay. The crystal clear blue waters, abundant sea life, and variety of bird species, will also leave a lasting impression. If you want to experience the natural wonders of Jervis Bay by water, this cruise is a great choice.
- History commentary on Jervis Bay as you travel
- Visit Honeymoon Bay and The Docks, spectacular natural beauty and crystal clear blue water
- Point Perpendicular see the amazing high sea cliffs and rugged headlands
- Hyams Beach has the whitest sand in the world.
Departure Days, Times & Duration
From mid-November to mid-May. Monday to Sunday, including public holidays. Departs 11:00 am & 1:30 pm.Please collect your Boarding Pass from the Service Desk at our cruise terminal Portside Cafe 30 minutes prior to departure. Duration 2 hours.
What to bring
Your camera, bottled water and something warm (it can be cool on the water). Spray jackets provided.
|Concession (AUS Pension)||AUD $70|
|Child (from 2 years up to and including 14 years)||AUD $35|
|Family (2A & 2C from 2 years up to and including 14 years)||AUD $185|
|Note: Children under the age of 2 are free of charge|
The Jervis Bay Wild office is located at 58 Owen Street Huskisson, Jervis Bay, South Coast of NSW. Or meet us at our cruise terminal / Portside, west of Huskisson public wharf, Huskisson NSW 2540. Look for the large white umbrellas. Absolute Waterfront.
2.5 hour drive from Canberra to Huskisson, Jervis Bay, South Coast of NSW
2.5 hour drive south of Sydney to Huskisson, Jervis Bay, South Coast of NSW