The Best Travel Guide to Jervis Bay
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Shoalhaven Zoo and Adventure World

Shoalhaven Zoo is the largest zoo on the New South Wales South Coast, bringing together over 100 species of native and exotic mammals, birds, and reptiles. Set in 16 acres of native bushland and resting on the banks of the beautiful Shoalhaven River, you'll find plenty to see and do during your visit. After spending time exploring the zoo you can relax with a picnic by the river, cook up a barbecue or eat in the delightful Zoo Haven Cafe while taking in the wonderful views. And before you leave, don't forget to browse through the gift shop where you will find a great selection of souvenirs to remind you of your visit.
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Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay

Dolphin Watch Cruises - the most experienced cruise company in Jervis Bay, operating for over 25 years, who have now won more then 25 tourism awards. Jervis Bay is home to 120 resident bottlenose dolphins who live inside Jervis Bay all year round. The average sighting rate for dolphins is 99 per cent. Dolphin cruises are available all year round. Whale season is mid May to late November and you can see humpbacks, southern right, minke, as well as seals, penguins and albatross. TEKIN III The Spirit of Jervis Bay, is a 17 metre triple deck catamaran, with five viewing platforms and is 80 per cent under cover for all weather cruising. Dolphin and whale watch cruises include complimentary morning/afternoon tea.
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Sea Kayak Jervis Bay

Sea Kayak Jervis Bay (SKJB) is a fully accredited Outdoor Adventure Tour Operator with over 20 years of full time operation in the Jervis Bay region of the South Coast of NSW. The Jervis Bay Marine Park, 2.5 hours south of Sydney, offers world class bay, sea, river and mangrove paddling experiences in crystal clear waters, with white sands, protected coves and surf breaks hosting resident dolphins, migrating Humpbacks and abundant fish and bird life. Sea Kayak Jervis Bay offer a range of quality kayaking tours, courses and outdoor education activities. Enjoy a day of adventure with their popular sea kayak trip, a simple short Sit On Top paddle with the family, an overnight camp or go it alone by hiring from their modern fleet of Expedition Sea Kayaks on Jervis Bay and surrounding waterways.
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Trees Adventure Nowra Park

Trees Adventure is an eco-adventure experience. The park features exciting and challenging courses high in the tree canopy, that will have you swinging, leaping, climbing and flying through the forest. The course lets you experience Australia's unique landscape, allowing thrill seekers and nature enthusiasts to experience the trees like never before. Flying foxes zip between the trees at exhilarating speeds, while cargo nets, rope bridges and wooden obstacles offer physical challenges high above the ground. There's even an airborne skateboard! The courses become increasingly difficult as you climb higher into the canopy, which means that you can find the right level to suit you. Suits ages from four years up to adult, and yes, there are even extreme "black" courses for the really adventurous!
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Cambewarra Estate Winery

Cambewarra Estate Winery lies at the foothills of the majestic Cambewarra Mountain in the Shoalhaven Coast wine region - only 2.5 hours South from Sydney. A 2nd generation family run winery, with a focus on quality over quantity. Cambewarra Estate Winery offer a diverse range of premium, award winning wines, with something to suit everyone. The Estate features a cellar door, restaurant, a boutique garden studio Bed and Breakfast, a function centre and stunning outdoor surrounds ideal for weddings, private functions and events. Their child and pet friendly cellar door is open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.
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Two Figs Winery

Two Figs is a boutique winery and vineyard located 12 kilometres from Berry. Its spectacular position offers panoramic 360 degree views from the beaches of Shoalhaven Heads along the expanse of the Shoalhaven River and beyond. Two Figs vineyard was planted in 2003. The winery is now producing wines including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chambourcin and Verdelho. The climate is temperate with maritime influences and produces soft, approachable wines. Winemaker Shayne Bricker now offers these premium wines for tasting on the cellar door with himself or Leah amidst the equipment and barrels of a working winery. Come and buy a bottle of wine and a gourmet local plate and enjoy the scenery.
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Fleet Air Arm Museum

The Royal Australian Navy invites you, your family and friends to visit the Fleet Air Arm Museum at HMAS Albatross Nowra. Explore and experience the story of naval aviation from its beginnings to the present day. The current exhibition "Wings over Water" tells the story of naval aviation in Australia, with aircraft from the 20th Century, ranging from a World War One Sopwith Pup to an A4 Skyhawk jet fighter. The exhibition also includes examples of allied and foreign aircraft, like the MiG-17 fighter. Showcases and audio visual displays add to the stories of these aircraft and those who flew and fixed them. Individual displays include the US 135th Assault Helicopter that incorporated the RAN Helicopter Flight-Vietnam and a special exhibit on Admiral Sir Victor Smith. The Museum's flight simulator provides a 'virtual experience', for all ages, on what it is like in the pilot's seat.
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Lyrebird Ridge Organic Winery

Lyrebird Ridge do not charge a tasting fee for individual visitors, and while visiting their cellar door you are welcome to take your time and wander around the property. Your hosts embrace the opportunity to answer any questions and to discuss all aspects of Lyrebird Ridge. A barbecue area is available to those seeking a pleasant, covered area for a barbecue or picnic lunch, and the grassed area adjacent is perfect for the children to play under your supervision. Lyrebird Ridge Organic Winery offers visitors a chance to try high quality wine produced without the use of chemicals, herbicides and pesticides. The organic wines are grown and produced at the winery and are aged in underground cellars. The cellar door operates by appointment. If you are visiting the area and would like to come for a visit please phone ahead so they can organise a suitable time.
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Jindyandy Mill

The historic Jindyandy Mill is one of the most popular one stop shopping destinations on the South Coast, just five minutes off the highway from Nowra. The Mill itself was built in 1830 and was the first convict built brick building south of Sydney. Set in a picturesque parkland with relaxing views across the paddocks and river flats to the mountains. There are five specialty shops including Antiques, Dress shop, Hairdresser, Bric-a-brac, and a delicious Lolly shop, gift and Christmas store. There is also a cafe featuring fabulous locally sourced organic cuisine. Plenty of easy parking and lots of room to stretch your legs. Treats, treasures and bargains you won't find anywhere else.
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Laddie Timbery Bidjigal Aboriginal Art and Crafts

Members of the Timbery family regularly produce the artwork and artefacts sold in the shop. Paintings, both traditional and contemporary, are on offer as is Laddie's artwork. Laddie's specialty is burning-in - a technique for burning designs into wood. Other family members are highly regarded for their shell art. There are many other artefacts sold including boomerangs, didgeridoos and bullroarers; many are beautifully decorated and all are authentically sourced from Aboriginal artists in regional New South Wales and around Australia. Laddie is in the shop most days and is always happy to demonstrate boomerang throwing or talk with you about the history of the artwork, what the artefacts are used for, and of course Aboriginal culture, history, and Dreamtime legend. On any day, there is someone at the shop to 'yarn' with on these topics.
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Cupitt's Winery Tour and Tasting Experience

Cupitts is a winery, restaurant, micro-brewery, fromagerie and cellar door on the NSW South Coast between Milton and Ulladulla. Join a Meet-the-Maker experience where you get to go behind the scenes and enjoy a walking tour of the property to experience their award-winning wines and beers as well as the delicious boutique cow and goat cheeses which are also made on site. You will visit the Kitchen Garden where you can see the wide variety of produce that makes its way the 40 metres to the kitchen for your lunch or dinner. You'll also learn about the wine making, brewing, and cheese making processes in their beautiful vineyard location, tasting the products along the way!
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Jervis Bay Maritime Museum

Discover the history of Jervis Bay at this fascinating museum. The centrepiece is the Lady Denman, a wooden Sydney Harbour ferry built in Huskisson in 1911 and retired in 1979. She was returned home in 1980 and now rests in a purpose-built building. At a waterfront location on Currambene Creek, the museum is in a beautiful bush setting and includes a large recreation area with native gardens, a mangrove boardwalk, fish feeding pond, boathouse, and historic buildings.
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