Jervis Bay Day Tour with Grand Pacific Drive, Kiama Blowhole and Dolphin Watch Cruise
- Duration : 11 Hours (approx.)
- Product code : LCT63
From AUD $155.00
- Sea Cliff Bridge
- Kiama Blowhole
- Jervis Bay
- Dolphin Watching
- Southern Highlands
- Experienced Driver Guides
- Lunch (1)
- Detailed and informative commentary
- Travel in an air-conditioned coach
ItineraryMorning includes traditional billy tea at the scenic Bald Hill Lookout.
Travel across the Sea Cliff Bridge and along the Grand Pacific Drive for amazing views of the coastline.
Take in the spectacular views of the South Pacific Ocean.
View the Kiama Blowhole, an unusual natural phenomenon that sprays plumes of water up to heights of 60 metres into the air.
Cruise the pristine waters of Jervis Bay – you have the opportunity to see playful pods of wild dolphins leap and spin from the sea.
Watch for marine life from your cruise vessel – whales occasionally visit this area on their migration between September and December.
Enjoy Bakery lunch and then board your vessel, a purpose-built and very stable catamaran with three viewing levels and a special bow mounted camera.
Drive through the rolling hills towards the south coast. See stunning views of the coastline with numerous beaches and heights of the mountainous Great Dividing Range
Departs: Sydney 8.00 am - Returns: Approx. 7.00 pm
Daily Meals Included:
Other Important Information:
Departs: Sunday only
Departs: 8:00 AM
Returns: at Around 7:00PM
Duration: 10:00 Hours
Hotel Pick Up: We do CBD hotel pick ups. Please select your pick up while booking online. If your hotel is not listed, then mention it in 'Special Requirements'.
Hotel Drop off: On request.
Group Tour: Please book direct. Please check 'Specials' and receive discounts. A group of 12 or more people are picked up from any Sydney Metro area for a private tour.
What to bring: An open mind to enjoy with a smiling face . Please dress according to the weather. In summer, you must bring your hat, sunscreen and sunglasses. Always wear comfortable shoes, umbrella and raincoats are handy if it rains.
In rare circumstances the itinerary may alter due to seasonal tide conditions