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Whitest sand in the world and beautiful clear turquoise waters

Jervis Bay is the most naturally stunning place you will find anywhere in the world. Jervis Bay is huge – 102 square kilometres in size – about 15 km from north to south and 10 km across, with over six times the volume of Sydney Harbour.

Jervis Bay is a Marine Park with soaring 120 metre sea cliffs at its entrance.  Read More …

 


 

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All our standard tours are via the Sea Cliff Bridge

The Sea Cliff Bridge is a 665m long balanced cantilever bridge with a 3 metre wide pedestrian walkway/cycleway located just south of the Royal National Park and forms part of the Grand Pacific Drive. Featuring two lanes of traffic, a cycleway and a walkway, the Sea Cliff Bridge boasts spectacular views and is one of only seven off-shore parallel to coast bridges in the world, and probably the only one with its very own webcamRead More …