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Jervis Bay Dolphin Eco Cruise

  • Spend two hours on the water watching the dolphins of Jervis Bay
  • Travel aboard a boat built to optimize dolphin viewing from five levels
  • Learn about dolphins' behavior and biology from the captain and crew
Jervis Bay Dolphin Eco Cruise
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Get the best possible views of the dolphins native to Jervis Bay on this dolphin-watching cruise aboard a purpose-built catamaran. Setting out on a boat with five viewing levels in the Jervis Bay Marine Park means getting up-close views of marine life and the chance to snap great photos. Learn about the bottlenose dolphins' biology and behavior from a guide and enjoy the New South Wales coastline.

What to Expect

Arrive in Huskisson at the Jervis Bay Cruise Terminal in time to catch your departing cruise. Step on board the purpose-built vessel, specifically designed and optimized for viewing dolphins. Meet your captain and crew, who will assist you in spotting dolphins and provide you with information about their behavior, biology, and habitat as you travel.

Find a comfortable spot to watch the dolphins from any of the five viewing levels. Enjoy the scenery of the New South Wales coast and keep a close watch for members of the pod, which number around 90. It is likely that the dolphins will jump, swim, and dive close to the boat, which makes for great photographs.

Your tour ends at the departure point.

Reviews (9)
1 - 5 of 7 reviews
Reviewed September 28, 2018 via mobile
Not our day

We purchased ticket online prior and got discount. Unfortunately today is not our day and no dolphins were spotted. On the bright side the captain bought us to the beach and gave some brief description of those beaches

Thank DHSTang
Reviewed September 15, 2018 via mobile
So Many Dolphins!

If you have a day in the local area, I highly recommend going on this tour. I got to see a baby humpback whale up close on many occasions, a couple of juvenile fur seals who put on a little impromptu show for us, and...More

Thank Sally S
Reviewed April 7, 2018
Dolphin cruise

Highly recommend!!! All of us went on an echo dolphin cruise and boom netting it was a lovely day seen lots of dolphins as nice and staff were friendly I highly recommend people go well worth it 😁

1  Thank Yucheng F
Reviewed February 24, 2018
Lovely time out on the water

Great day on the water. Straightforward process to embark and disembark. We saw humpback whale mother and her calf and dolphins which was beautiful! The water was a bit choppy and it was windy (we did this in early October) so I recommend bringing a...More

1  Thank Lee_Lee000
Reviewed January 22, 2018 via mobile
Average dolphin cruise. Nice boat.

The boat itself is beautifully clean and well kept. The crew were friendly. We only saw one pod of dolphins and we didn’t feel the crew were that interested in staying with them or finding more.

Thank kiskasydney
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