Our day trip to Jervis Bay lets you discover the Jewel of the NSW South Coast. Jervis Bay is just over three hours south of Sydney and a beautiful destination to visit.
Port Stephens Whale Watching Colourful Day Trip
- Flexible Ages 8 and up
The Best Views of the Annual Whale Migration
Every year between June and October, close to 10,000 humpback and minke whales migrate along the East Coast of Australia. Witness the greatness of these extraordinary creatures on our whale watching trip in Port Stephens, and spot some of the dolphins that live in these waters.
However, we treat you to more than whale watching only. We also take sandboarding down the largest dunes in the Southern Hemisphere!
- Experienced driver/guide
- Return air-conditioned vehicle transfers from Sydney to Port Stephens
- Sandboard the impressive Stockton Sand Dunes
- Whale watching cruise (2.5 hours)
- Majestic 360-degree coastal lookouts
- One of our awesome guides will pick you up early in the morning, and soon you’ll find yourself going over the Sydney Harbour Bridge towards the mid-north coast of New South Wales. We have a brief refreshment stop on the way.
- Our first destination is Birubi Point, at the northern end of 30km long Stockton Beach. Here you jump in a big 4WD and cruise over the huge Anna Bay dunes to find the biggest drops possible to go down. Embrace the challenge, take a deep breath and whizz down huge the sand dunes on a boards especially designed to fly down sand!
- After a break for lunch (own expense), you board a boat to go whale watching. The Australian whale watching season runs from June to October, so if you get the chance to book this tour, you’re in luck! Plenty of whales will be playfully showing off some acrobatics as they make their way along the coast for their annual migration!
- Back in Nelson Bay, enjoy some free time to browse the local shops, buy an ice-cream or souvenir and take in the relaxed, friendly coastal local atmosphere.
- We complete the day with a stop at a lookout with majestic views over the coast and hinterland looking north along more stretches or pristine beaches.