1. Jervis Bay
2. South Coast
3. Dolphins

With Royal NP, Grand Pacific Drive and the Whitest Beach in the World

$725/2 Guests
Extra Guest: From $110 

10 Hours


Rural Heritage


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The day trip to Jervis Bay lets you discover the jewel of the NSW South Coast. Located just over three hours south of Sydney, Jervis Bay is a beautiful destination! Discover stunning white sand beaches and cruise through turquoise waters on a dolphin watching tour!

Jervis Bay boasts the purest seawater in the world. So it’s no wonder that a large group of bottlenose dolphins live here, which we can visit on a cruise. Other marine life can also be spotted in the bay: Weedy sea dragons, small penguins, seals, the endangered nurse shark, Pacific gulls and – in the migration months October-December and May-August – even southern right whales and humpback whales!

Not to be missed on a day trip to Jervis Bay is a walk on the whitest beach in the world, Hyams Beach. With a bit of luck we might even spot a wallaby.

Heading south with the dramatic Great Dividing Range to the right and the Pacific Ocean to the left, we drive through lush green dairy pastures, past small coastal villages and along stunning ocean beaches.

From coastal villages to white sandy beaches, the NSW South Coast is a fascinating part of Australia!

Our first stop is Mt Bulli Lookout, overlooking the pretty Wollongong coastline. There we marvel at the daredevils among the paragliders who fearlessly plunge into the abyss from the high cliffs. We gaze at the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge – a brilliant piece of engineering along the road that awaits us: the Grand Pacific Drive. This 140-kilometre award-winning coastal road is lesser known than the Great Ocean Road in Victoria and the Captain’s Cook Highway in Far North Queensland, but no less spectacular.

Of course, we’ll stop at a beach for a photo, a short beach walk or, why not, a refreshing dip in one of Australia’s signature safe rock pools. Look out for sooty oystercatchers and hunting Pacific gulls.
After surfing, continue south and stop at the famous Kiama Blowhole.

Upon arrival in Huskisson, you will have free time to explore the area and have lunch (included in the price). Then it’s off on our Jervis Bay dolphin watching cruise! Jervis Bay Marine Park is home to bottlenose dolphins, seals, penguins, seabirds and migrating whales (May – October). You may encounter any of these animals on our 2-hour dolphin cruise!

After the dolphin encounter, you’ll have time for a walk on the White Sands Trail, which runs along the bay past beautiful white sandy beaches. Jump in the water and take a swim (conditions permitting) or feel the sand between your toes.

On the way back to Sydney, we make a short refreshment stop at a scenic spot that our guide will identify that day.

Around 6.30 am we arrive at the hotel. Tired, but full of experiences that will never be forgotten.

Some members of the Jervis Bay resident group of bottle-nosed dolphins

PRICE (2 Guest):

$ 725

Per extra Guest:

From $110


7 AM


10 Hours




Comfortable shoes, jumper. rainjacket, sunprotection, swimming-gear

  • Royal NP
  • The daredevil paragliders who launch themselves into the air from Bald Hill Lookout
  • The engineering marvel that is the Sea Cliff Bridge
  • The waves crashing with full force onto the limestone cliffs at Wombarra Beach
  • The historic town of Berry
  • Strolling along the whitest beach in the world
  • The 50 shades of green of the rolling Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven countryside
  • The natural spring of the Kiama Blowhole
  • Dolphinwatching cruise
  • Expert commentary from a professional guide
  • Pick-up and drop-off from your city hotel
  • Private group – no other guests
  • 600 ml of water per person
  • All entrance fees
  • Dolphinwatching cruise

Recommended activities and sightseeing before or after the tour. We are happy to assist you with planning and tickets!

  • Walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Historic Luna Park
  • Cheap dining in Chinatown
  • Walk around The Rocks and Circular Quay
  • The Shakespeare Hotel or another Aussie pub


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