Jervis Bay Dolphin Watching Day Tour from Sydney

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Highlights & inclusions

Hotel transfers from Sydney to Jervis Bay
Informative commentary
Small group tour
Experienced and friendly tour guide
Picture perfect moments
Mt Bulli Lookout
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$179.00AUD
or 4 payments of $44.75 with more info
Free cancellation up to 24 hours prior to experience

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Fri, Jul 19, 2024

What you can expect

Looking to discover the beautiful beaches of the NSW South Coast? Join this Jervis Bay Dolphin Watching Day Tour for a seaside escape from Sydney. The coastal adventure begins early with a scenic drive along the Wollongong coastline with stops along the way at Mt Bulli Lookout and the famous Kiama Blowhole.

Blinding white sandy beaches and turquoise waters await you upon arrival to Jervis Bay. There is plenty of time to explore or grab a bite to eat before jumping on a Jervis Bay dolphin watching cruise. Keep your eyes peeled for local bottlenose dolphins, seals, penguins and whales (in season). Explore the coastal paradise every Sunday with tours departing from Sydney CBD at 7 am sharp.

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What you need to know

Inclusions
  • Full day tour to Jervis Bay
  • Stop at Mt Bulli Lookout
  • Visit to Kiama Blowhole
  • Free time at Huskisson and lunch stop (at own cost)
  • 1.5 hour Jervis Bay dolphin watching cruise
  • Free time at Jervis Bay
  • Stop for refreshments on the return to Sydney
  • Informative commentary
  • Experienced and friendly accredited tour guide
  • Return air conditioned vehicle transfers from Sydney to Jervis Bay
Exclusions
  • Lunch
Highlights
  • Take the scenic route down to the South Coast to see coastal villages and white sandy beaches
  • Stop at Mt Bulli Lookout, overlooking Wollongong coastline
  • Visit the famous Kiama Blowhole
  • Explore Huskisson at your own leisure and have some lunch (at own cost)
  • 1.5 hour Jervis Bay dolphin watching cruise, see bottlenose dolphins, seals, penguins, seabirds, and migrating whales (May – October)
  • Free time to explore the white sands trail which run along the bay past stunning white sand beaches
  • Jump in the water for a swim (conditions permitting) or feel the sand between your toes
  • Quick refreshment stop on the return to Sydney at a picturesque location
Seasons
  • Operates September - May
Time
  • Tours depart on Sunday only between 7am - 7.45am (depending on your pickup location) and you off in Sydney Central at approximately 7pm
Duration
  • Approximately 12 hours
Departure Location
  • Central Station, St Laurence Church @ 7.15am - Meet at the front entrance of St Laurence Church, 812 George Street, near Central Station.
  • St Andrew's Cathedral (next to Sydney Town Hall) @ 7.30am
  • St Andrew's Cathedral, Bathurst St, Sydney Town Hall
  • Circular Quay - Macquarie Place Park @ 7.45am - In front of the Obelisk, corner Loftus St and Bridge St
What To Bring
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Water bottle
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Jacket for cooler months
Additional Information
  • Please note: This tour does not take children under the age of 8 years
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience
  • Vouchers can also be presented on your mobile device for this attraction
  • Availability was accurate at the time of booking however, is subject to change due to circumstances out of our control
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher
  • We strongly suggest reconfirming your booking with the tour operator within 24 hours of making your booking and prior to making other travel arrangements

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