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Jervis Bay Dolphin Watch Cruise
"Tekin III - The Spirit of Jervis Bay is a 17-meter triple deck catamaran boasting five separate viewing platforms that has been designed specifically for dolphin whale seal and general wildlife watching. This is Jervis Bay's largest cruise vessel ensuring comfort and saftey in all weather conditions.Youll meet the friendly local residents the 100 plus bottle-nose dolphins that live permanently in Jervis Bay and enjoy informative commentary about the local area that is blessed with an abundance of flora and flauna from your experienced skipper. The Spirit of Jervis Bay is equipped tea and coffee making facilities and a liccenced bar."""
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Jervis Bay Hidden Secrets Cruise
"Board the purpose-built vessel in Huskisson and cruise into Jervis Bay often under escort from the local dolphins!  Cruise along the shoreline and reach the white sand beaches including Hyams Beach home to the Whitest Sand in the World. The area is well know for it's amazing scenery and the houses in Hyams Beach reflect the exclusivity of the area.Cruising past HMAS Creswell the boat moves into Booderee National Park with stories of Aboriginal history and some stories of modern endevours to tame the bay. Next we move behind Bowen Island home to over 16000 fairy penguins; keep your eyes peeled as sometimes they can be seen in the water feeding around the island.The boat then cruises to the base of Point Perpendicular. With sheer cliffs rises straight up out of the water reaching over 100 meters; a quick stop is made at Honeymoon Bay -- a photographers delight. It is then a short trip back across the bay to Huskisson."""
From AUD65.00
 
Jervis Bay Hidden Secrets Cruise
"Board the purpose-built vessel in Huskisson and cruise into Jervis Bay often under escort from the local dolphins!  Cruise along the shoreline and reach the white sand beaches including Hyams Beach home to the Whitest Sand in the World. The area is well know for it's amazing scenery and the houses in Hyams Beach reflect the exclusivity of the area.Cruising past HMAS Creswell the boat moves into Booderee National Park with stories of Aboriginal history and some stories of modern endevours to tame the bay. Next we move behind Bowen Island home to over 16000 fairy penguins; keep your eyes peeled as sometimes they can be seen in the water feeding around the island.The boat then cruises to the base of Point Perpendicular. With sheer cliffs rises straight up out of the water reaching over 100 meters; a quick stop is made at Honeymoon Bay -- a photographers delight. It is then a short trip back across the bay to Huskisson."""
From AUD65.00

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