Jervis Bay Whales
Humpback whales are seen from late May to late November. Ask about Jervis Bay Whales' sighting guarantee and about seeing the mother humpbacks and their newborn calves in Jervis Bay sheltered waters! During whale watch season it's also possible to see false killer, minke, pilot and southern right whales, fur seals, little penguin, hundreds of common dolphins, their resident bottlenose dolphins, and a variety of albatross and other migratory sea birds.
Don't forget the Jervis Bay season is longer than most others - see more whales! It is from May to the end of November, with open ocean whale watching mid-May, June, July, August, September and early October. But the most special time is the sheltered water whale watching - mid October to late November. See humpbacks and their babies in the shallow, sheltered waters inside Jervis Bay.
Whale Watching Cruise
Jervis Bay Whales operates whale watching from mid-May to late November. You can also expect to see not only humpback whales, but often killer whales, southern right whales, common dolphins, fur seals, albatross and even some of the resident bottlenose dolphins that live in Jervis Bay all year round.
Jervis Bay is a Marine Park with pristine waters. The company Jervis Bay Whales and its parent Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay are proud of their 20 year history, and being the only operator with Dual Advanced Ecotourism status with Ecotourism Australia.
Bookings are essential. Morning and afternoon departures are available.