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What to do in Jervis Bay When It’s raining!

What to do in Jervis Bay When It’s raining!

So you’ve come away on holidays to Jervis Bay, and instead of bright sun and white sand, it’s soggy sand and stormy clouds! Never fear; Jervis Bay is spectacular in all weather conditions! We’ve...

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Humpbacks come back early to Jervis Bay

Humpbacks come back early to Jervis Bay

In May every year we see the first of the annual humpback whale migration return to the white sandy shores of Jervis Bay, but with whale sightings being reported already up and down the East Coast,...

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Bioluminescence in Jervis Bay

Bioluminescence in Jervis Bay

Everyone knows that Jervis Bay is famous for white sands, crystal clear waters, resident dolphins and our visiting Humpback whales, but did you know it’s also one of the best places in Australia to...

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Jervis Bay School Holiday Secrets

Jervis Bay School Holiday Secrets

Jervis Bay is basically the best giant adventure playground EVER, for grown-ups and kids alike! If you’re looking for affordable boredom cures for the family these school holidays then look no...

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Top 5 Whale Photography Tips

Top 5 Whale Photography Tips

“How do I get an awesome whale pic?” We get asked this a LOT by our whale cruise passengers! The social media epidemic means there’s hardly a passenger these days out whale watching without a camera...

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Vanlife Tips for Jervis Bay

Vanlife Tips for Jervis Bay

It’s every travelers dream to discover those off-the-beaten-track hidden treasures when on the road. And they don’t come much better than Jervis Bay. Even though it’s just 2.5 hours from Australia’s...

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Sea weed to save the world!?

Sea weed to save the world!?

Have you ever been swimming down at Husky Beach and felt something smooth and slippery brush past your leg? For an instant you might be alarmed and think “ahh shark!” ? Only to realise it is just a...

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