Jervis Bay Boom Netting + Dolphin Cruise
Duration: 1.5 hours
Add some extra fun to your Dolphin Cruise – Enjoy the Boom-Netting experience!
Combined with the dolphin tour we cruise on the pristine waters of Jervis Bay and drop the boom net in the water to get you wildly wet. An experience like no other, it can only be described like a cruising spa bath that will make you laugh till you cry. Where else can you cruise along a sandy white beach while being gently pulled by the power of our flag ship Port Venture?!
Summer Boom Netting is suitable for all ages and all swimming abilities, even those with any type of disability. It is popular with family groups, corporate days out and festive season celebrations. We are confident the enjoyment and adrenaline rush of boom netting will have you coming back for more!
- History commentary on Jervis Bay as you travel
- Cruise the crystal waters of Callala Bay & Long Beach
- See our resident Bottlenose Dolphins along the way
- Disabled sea crane access to boom net
- One of the only Boom netting experiences that caters for people with all types of disabilities.
From 1st Dec to 30th April, including public holidays.
Duration 1.5 hours. Departs 10:30am & 1pm*.
Please collect your Boarding Pass 30 minutes prior to departure from the Service Desk inside the Portside Cafe.
*Please note that cruise times may change due to tide issues for the vessel Port Venture.
What to bring
Your camera, bottled water, swimwear, towel, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.
|Child (from 2 years up to and including 14 years)||AUD $32|
|Family (2A & 2C from 2 years up to and including 14 years)||AUD $140|
|Note: Children under the age of 2 are free of charge|
The Jervis Bay Wild booking office is located at 58 Owen Street in Huskisson.
Check in: Service Desk inside the cruise terminal Portside Cafe.
West of Huskisson public wharf. 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