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2 Hour Jervis Bay Passage Cruise

4.9
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Cruise the turquoise waters of Jervis Bay, visit spots only accessible by water and discover the diverse wildlife along the way.

Highlights

  • Cruise past the high sea cliffs and rugged headlands of Point Perpendicular
  • Discover the clear turquoise waters of Honeymoon Bay and The Docks
  • Visit Hyams Beach, home to the whitest sand in the world
  • Wildlife viewings of resident dolphins, sandpipers and white bellied sea eagles along the way
  • Informative commentary on the History of Jervis Bay

Experience our beautiful Jervis Bay Marine Park by water and unravel its secrets only accessible by water. Admire the towering cliffs of Point Perpendicular and the protected lagoon of Honeymoon Bay. Keep your eyes peeled for the local wildlife including dolphins, sandpipers and white bellied sea eagles. Take a snapshot for your memories of the picturesque long beaches with the finest white sands in the world like famous Hyams Beach. Accompanied by informative commentary our guests leave with a greater knowledge of Jervis Bay and a wonderful impression of the crystal clear turquoise waters.

Adult $75.00
Child $35.00

What's included

  • 2 hour Jervis Bay Passage cruise
  • History commentary on Jervis Bay as you travel
  • Spray jackets provided

Duration

  • Allow approximately 2 hours for the whole experience

Location

  • Portside Cafe, 15 Field Street Huskisson

Child Friendly

  • This experience welcomes families with children.

Notes

  • Please note: We do not recommend children under 18 months or elderly people with back problems for this cruise.
  • Child price applies to ages 2-14 years. Under 2's free.

Available Bookings from 18 Jun to 24 Jun 2022

Change Dates

All prices are shown in AUD ($)

Sat 18 Jun
Sun 19 Jun
Mon 20 Jun
Tue 21 Jun
Wed 22 Jun
Thu 23 Jun
Fri 24 Jun

  • Adult$60.00 Less than 6 at this price!
  • Child$28.00

  • Adult$60.00 Less than 6 at this price!
  • Child$35.00

  • Adult$60.00 Less than 6 at this price!
  • Child$28.00

  • Adult$60.00 Less than 6 at this price!
  • Child$28.00

Authenticated Reviews & PhotosAll of our reviews are from people who have booked and paid for this activity thru Bookme

Authenticated Reviews & PhotosAll of our reviews are from people who have booked and paid for this activity thru Bookme

4.9

11 reviews

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Pamela Kon from Australia wrote on 17 January 2022

Excellent cruise. Highly recommended

A wonderful way to spend 2hrs cruising around the the picturesque and scenic Jervis Bay in a modern water vessel. Cruise captain and assistance were friendly and accomodating. The sandstone cliffs and caves seen from the water is simply stunning. We were also lucky to catch a pod of dolphins on the way back to Huskinsson port. Thank you Jervis Bay Wild cruises.

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williamn1 from Australia wrote on 24 December 2021

Terrific cruise

Cruise staff are friendly and helpful. The trip is totally worth going if you are in the area

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densy from Australia wrote on 10 April 2021

Dolphins time

Fantastic experience. Seeing dolphins up close and personal

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Susan Markovic from Australia wrote on 27 January 2021

Great day out seeing the Bay

Welcoming hospitality, informed commentary of the Bay, friendly crew. Comfortable and great views of the the wonders of Jervis bay. Thanks Sonia & Bert.

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From 2 Hour Jervis Bay Passage Cruise

Thank you for your feedback and I will pass this onto the boat crew. Look forward to being of service to you when you visit Jervis Bay again in the near future.

Musteba Aplak from Australia wrote on 24 December 2019

Unique Experience, but slightly expensive

We as a family, REALLY enjoyed the Jervis Bay Huskisson Whale/Dolphin watch (even though this isn't the specific title). However, needless to say, I was personally a bit disappointed not being able to see the dolphins (I can't blame the captain of the boat, it was very windy hence the high probability of not being able to see the dolphins, in which case we didn't). I find the tours of such places to be very expensive (I paid $176 for a family of 5, inclusive of my 1.5 year old daughter, 2-hour boat ride). It seems like the "domestic" Australian tourism sector (which I always try to support financially) is unfortunately more and more focusing its aim at "international" tourists, who are mostly very high middle class and millionaire individuals from their respective countries. (I have visited Tasmania previously and found it overtly expensive, and had to give up on visiting Uluru and Alice Springs due to the massive costs involved). I hope such a feedback is taken very seriously and action taken to reduce the rate of places/visits/restaurants so that middle class Australians like myself can enjoy morw frequent quality family experiences without the hassle and stress of focusing on the dramatic reduction of my savings.

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