Jervis Bay has been a marine park since 2003 and is a vast, beautiful and complex natural system. The clear blue waters, the spectacular white beaches, the rugged landscape, mangroves, seagrass meadows and rocky reefs offer some of the most diverse diving along the east Australian coast: it is regarded by many as the Southern alternative to the Great Barrier Reef.
You can swim side by side with friendly Blue Groper or wonder at the beauty of a Weedy Seadragon or an Eastern Blue Devil Fish. All year round, beneath the surface, an abundance of amazing marine life can be seen by locals and visitors to this region.
Divers regularly site large pods of dolphins on the trips out to the dive sites, and with visibility at 10-20 metres, the variety of marine life sited is impressive. Exploring the rocky reefs and gullies, you will discover a diverse range of marine life including Wobbegong Sharks, Weedy Sea Dragons with Eggs, Bleakers Blue Devil Fish, Smooth Black Rays, Blue Dragons, Giant Cuttle Fish, and fur seals, as well as soft corals, sponge gardens , macro life and schooling fish.
Make sure you get the most out of your diving or snorkelling experience with one of our experienced operators:
|Dive Jervis Bay||64 Owen Street,Huskisson
Ph: (02) 44415255
|Crest Diving||PO Box 220, Vincentia
Ph: 0414 787 281
|Ulladulla Dive and Adventure Centre||6 Aaroo Rd, Ulladulla
Ph: (02) 44553029 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jervis Bay Dive Charters||
Ph: 0430 330 148