Jervis Bay Locals

Jervis Bay Wild

ervis Bay Wild has been operating for 9 years and proudly showcases the beautiful ecosystem and marine life (Dolphins, Whales & Seals) of Jervis Bay Marine Park in Huskisson, South Coast of New South Wales.  We also hire kayaks and SUP boards from our wharf-side ‘Port Cafe’ at Huskisson wharf. Read More

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Jervis Bay Kayak & Paddlesports

JBK is a family owned business run and owned by Bart and Sarah Malecki.  The store has been part of the Jervis Bay paddling community since 1995 and we are all passionate about paddling in this fantastic local environment. We offer a wide range of Kayaks, Stand Up Paddle boards and a selection of quality…

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Jervis Bay Stand Up Paddle

Hire an SUP board and explore yourself or join one of our group tours, it’s a great way to explore the peaceful reaches and mangroves of the Currambene Creek and Myola. Read More

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Dive Jervis Bay

Diving in Jervis Bay is an experience not to be missed, with postcard white sandy beaches and deep water not far off shore, we’re lucky to get some of the best temperate water diving in the country. With everything you need to get started in diving or for that next dive adventure, we’re ready to…

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Jervis Bay Sailing Charters

Experience the beauty of Jervis Bay in true eco mode on board a glorious sailing catamaran! Alan and Cindy  Nebauer have an extensive background in ocean sailing having worked, travelled and sailed the world for more than 25 years together. Making their family base on the South Coast they have come to know and appreciate…

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Jervis Bay Maritime Museum

Located in Huskisson, the Museum enjoys a waterfront location on Currambene Creek. Positioned in a beautiful bush setting in Jervis Bay, the complex includes a large recreation area with native gardens, a mangrove boardwalk, fish feeding pond, boathouse and historic buildings. The indigenous culture of the area is outlined in the Jervis Bay History exhibition…

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Jervis Bay National Park

With its powder-white sands, crystal clear waters, forests, woodlands and wetlands, parts of this south coast park seem untouched by people. Its Aboriginal heritage, however, goes back thousands of years and local Aboriginal people maintain strong connections with the land. Read More

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Booderee National Park

Walawaani Njindjiwan Njin Booderee – Welcome everyone, this is Booderee. This is a significant place for Koori people. Booderee means ‘bay of plenty’ or ‘plenty of fish’ in the Dhurga language. Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community who are proud to  share their culture and country, a visit to Jervis Bay is…

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Husky Ferry

Take the Husky Ferry over to Myola and explore the northern side of the bay, you can walk all the way to Callala and back! BYO wine and cheese sunset cruises up the tranquil Currambene Creek in summer are a lovely way to experience this gorgeous waterway. Read More

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Huski Pics

The cutest cinema ever, when the weather is not so kind take a couple of hours to catch one of the latest movies and the Huskisson picture theatre, otherwise known as the Huski Pics! Read More

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