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that they are worn in indoor areas of our vessels. We recommend this for the
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DWC Blog Posts

Beneath the Wharf

Beneath the Wharf

If you have ever spent some time on the Husky Wharf, chances are you may have pondered what lives on and around the pylons. On clear days you can see large schools of fish, stingrays and few years...

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Indigenous Weather Calender

Indigenous Weather Calender

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the weather where you are? This amazing resource below, shares Indigenous Weather Knowlegde from all around Australia. Here on the South Coast we most...

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Mangroves of Jervis Bay

Mangroves of Jervis Bay

Have you ever kayaked up Currambene Creek or explored the board walk at the Maritine Museum in Huskisson? Chances are you would have been surrounded by some fascinating trees, mud, solider crabs,...

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Dolphins Socialising in Jervis Bay

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 been known to interact with other species of...

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Which Cruise is best for me?

We offer a diverse range of cruises on board the several vessels of our fleet. When considering a cruise you should consider what it is you want most out of the cruise. Adventure, relaxation,...

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What to Bring on a cruise in Jervis Bay

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 Dolphin Watch cruise, Whale Watching cruise, Seals and Seacliffs cruise or a spectacular...

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Bottlenose Dolphin V Octopus Jervis Bay

Bottlenose Dolphin V Octopus Jervis Bay

Research published last year from Bunbury, Western Australia carried out by Murdoch University explored how complex the process of Octopus handling can be for dolphins. (Similar latitude, water...

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