Dee Kramer
New South Wales
Jervis BayParadise personified. World-class white sandy beaches, a pristine marine park boasting turquoise waters full of sea life, and charming seaside villages.
The Southern Peninsula of Jervis Bay is home to the beautiful Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens. Jervis Bay is one of the true gems of the New South Wales southeast region. Its breathtaking beauty, rich cultural and natural significance have long been recognised by locals as well as domestic and overseas visitors. Its most famous beach, Hyams, is said to possess one of Australia's whitest sand. The main town is Huskisson, where you can take a dolphin-watching cruise, go on a fishing trip or browse the Aboriginal arts and craft centre. The sweeping water views of Jervis Bay with its glistening sunlit colours of aqua and blue are not to be missed.
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Hyams Beach, Jervis Bay
Hyams Beach offers beautiful views towards Point Perpendicular, Bowen Island and the Navy base at HMAS Creswell. It is a beautiful beach for swimming, snorkelling and long beach walks. Like all beaches in the bay, it is unpatrolled. At the north end of the wide two-kilometre shoreline is a rock platform with its sandy beach - and a top snorkelling spot. There is very limited parking in Hyams Beach village and as a result, is often parked out in busy periods so as an alternative it is recommended to park at Greenfield Beach and taking the stunning White Sands Walk to Hyams this way you will get to see more of the area including Chinamans Beach.
Dolphin Watch Cruises, Jervis Bay
Dolphin Watch Cruises - the most experienced cruise company in Jervis Bay, operating for over 28 years, winning more than 25 tourism awards. Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay is one of only four operators in Australia, that has been verified by Action For Dolphins, as offering ethical wild dolphin swims and/ or watching experiences. Jervis Bay is home to 120 resident bottlenose dolphins who live inside Jervis Bay all year round. The average sighting rate for dolphins is 99 per cent. Dolphin cruises are available all year round. Whale season is mid-May to late November and you can see humpbacks, southern right, minke, as well as seals, penguins and albatross. Tekin III The Spirit of Jervis Bay, is a 17-metre triple-deck catamaran, with five viewing platforms and is 80 per cent undercover for all-weather cruising. Dolphin and whale watching cruises include complimentary morning/afternoon tea.
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