Jervis Bay Wild, An Accessible Whale Watching Experience
Jervis Bay is renowned for its natural beauty and extraordinary wildlife, such as dolphins, seals, sea birds, fairy penguins and migrating whales (from May through November). Rich in Australian history, Aboriginal culture and geological marvels, Jervis Bay is also famous for its diving, exceptionally clear water.
Experience the wonders of Jervis Bay on 18.5 metre catamaran Port Venture. She has five viewing levels, and has been specifically designed to suit all ages, especially those who are in wheelchairs or have a physical disability. Port Venture has disabled amenities on board and level walk/wheel on, and off ramp.
Guests with any type of disability can experience whale and dolphin watching, as well as be safely hoisted into the boom net or go snorkeling in the clear waters of Jervis Bay.
Once back on shore visit Jervis Bay Wild’s Portside Cafe to enjoy lunch or tea and a cake. Portside has fully accessible amenities available.
Jarvis Bay Wild operates 365 days of the year and run a number of Eco tours consisting of:
Dolphin – all year round
Whale – mid-May to mid November
Summer – mid November to mid-May
Boom Netting – mid-November to mid-May
Twilight – December to April
Seal Colony – dependent on wind and sea conditions
Private Charters – to suit any occasion.
Father and Son Watching Dolphins
On the tip of the Bow
Boom Netting Hoist
Portside Cafe and Dock
About the Shoalhaven
The Shoalhaven is situated on the South Coast of NSW and includes Jervis Bay.
Around the Shoalhaven there are many activities suitable for travellers of any ability, their families and their friends, making this region the perfect destination for people who may require some extra care and assistance with their access requirements. Whether fishing from an accessible jetty, admiring the spectacular pristine, white sands around the Bay, or out on the water in a fully accessible boat for dolphin and whale watching For those who are more adventurous a hoist can lift you into the boom net or off the back of the boat to go snorkelling with the marine life.
There is a large range of accessible accommodations options available.
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