January 23, 2019
Jervis Bay Dolphins Behaviour – Tail Slapping
We are fortunate enough to see some very interesting things when out on Jervis Bay, Such behaviours are all an important part of Dolphin (&... read more
December 8, 2018
Dolphins- Socialising in Jervis Bay
Many people come to Jervis Bay to relax and socialise- well Dolphins do too! Common Bottlenose Dolphins are famously social creatures! They have even ... read more
December 2, 2018
5 of the BEST things to do in Jervis Bay (with kids)
Jervis Bay Maritime museum where you can check out some of the wonderful history of the Jervis Bay area, and learn how our little slice of para... read more
November 26, 2018
What to Bring on a cruise in Jervis Bay
We encourage you to immerse yourself in the Cruises we offer, they are always picturesque whether it be a Best of Jervis Bay Cruise, a Dolphin and Sce... read more
November 22, 2018
Bottlenose Dolphin V Octopus Jervis Bay
Bottlenose dolphins taking part in some Octopus wrangling! Research published last year from Bunbury Western Australia carried out by Murdoch Universi... read more
November 3, 2018
What was that sound? Pec Slapping Humpback Whales in Jervis Bay.
Have you heard a Humpback’s ‘pec slap’? Where a whale ‘slaps’ its pectoral fin on the surface of the water. These fins can be up... read more
September 3, 2018
Why is the water clarity in Jervis Bay so incredible?
Have you been amazed by the incredible photos of crystal clear water, shades of green, blue water clear as can be and our beautiful white sandy beache... read more
August 31, 2018
Familiar Fluke August- Blade Runner
We had nearly forgotten about our monthly contribution to our ‘Familiar Fluke’ blog! This month’s whale is one we have heard and read abo... read more
July 14, 2018
But do they get Hungry? Whales on migration.
If you are up to speed on one of our recent posts “Whale migration” you would be all across the reasons why whales migrate and converge ... read more
July 8, 2018
What is the difference between an ‘Eco Whale Cruise’ and ‘Whale Watch Cruise’?
What is the difference between an ‘Eco Whale Cruise’ and ‘Whale Watch Cruise’? This is one of our most frequently asked questions. Yes, there ... read more
June 11, 2018
Maternal Site Fidelity among Humpback Whales in Jervis Bay
Maternal Site Fidelity among Humpback whales- visiting Jervis Bay. What does that even mean we hear you asking? Well, when whales are migrating they o... read more
June 3, 2018
The tale of ‘Old Tom’ – ‘Law of the Tounge’
Have you heard the tale of ‘Old Tom’ or the ‘Law of the Tounge’? It is a fascinating story about Ocras in Twofold Bay (... read more
May 13, 2018
Aboriginal Australia and Interactions with Whales
Whales and humans have long captured each other’s curiosity. With interactions between Aboriginal communities across Australia and whales pre... read more
May 4, 2018
Whale Watching Jervis Bay Frequently asked Questions
Here at Dolphin Watch Cruises the Whale Watching Season is a very exciting time of year for us. This blog post is a one stop shop for all your immedia... read more
May 1, 2018
Capturing the best Dolphin and Whale Photos
Have you always dreamed of having a breath taking photo of a breaching Humpback Whale or surfing Dolphin, that you took yourself hanging on your wall?... read more
April 27, 2018
Hold your Breath- The Whales are coming!
The Countdown is officially on! 20 DAYS until our first WHALE Watching Cruise on 2018! Whales and dolphins are mammals (breathe air & suckle young... read more
April 27, 2018
Estimating the age of Bottlenose dolphins.
Estimating the age of Bottlenose dolphins is a Toothy Business! The age of bottlenose dolphins can vary significantly around the world, with estimates... read more
April 20, 2018
Dolphin Watch Cruises – Advanced Eco Certification
Did you know that Dolphin Watch Cruises has an ‘Advanced Eco Certification’ which means we: – Are amongst Australia’s leading and mo... read more
April 18, 2018
Life Span of Bottlenose Dolphins in Jervis Bay
The pristine habitat of Jervis Bay Marine Park, is home to an abundance of marine life, fish stocks flourish here, and the water quality is ver... read more
April 13, 2018
What Kind of Dolphins live in Jervis Bay?
In Jervis Bay the dolphins we most commonly see Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops aduncus). The type of dolphin found here is one of the most well-... read more
April 10, 2018
Dolphins- Why do the Dolphins in Jervis Bay have marks all over them?
When having encounters with dolphins we are often asked “what are all those marks and scratches on the dolphins from?” The answer is surprising, t... read more
April 6, 2017
Easter School Holidays in Jervis Bay.
The Easter School Holidays have been a favourite time of year in Jervis Bay for many locals and visitors alike. At this time of year we are often trea... read more