The picturesque Huskisson Harbour
What to Explore in Winter: Jervis Bay
A Jervis Bay holiday in winter is a fantastic idea. The weather is a highlight with an average maximum temperature nearing 20degrees between May and September, perfect for the winter getaway.The weather in winter is considered mild and the days very often sunny. There’s plenty to do during the winter months in and around Jervis Bay, including dining, bushwalking, photography, bike riding, shoppingand much more. An adventureawaits you and your family/friends in Jervis Bay, including the spectacular winter experienceof whale watching (Mid May-Mid October) as the whale migrate north and then returnsouth with their calves.
Enjoy Some Local Winter Favourites
A curious Humpback Whale
See scores of adult and baby humpbacks (and occasionally southern right whales) making their way slowly past Jervis Bay and occasionally taking shelter inside the Bay. Whale watching cruises will take you close to these colossal marine animals and, if they are curious, they may even venture close to the boats for the photographic opportunity of a life time. You are likely to see whales swimming, breaching, tail splashing and plenty of water spouts as they migrate up and down the coast. Many people have placed whale watching on their ‘to do’ lists and this is a unique winter experience that is difficult to beat.
There will also be the opportunity to see the resident bottlenose dolphins and occasionally seals in the Bay. The friendly dolphins will swim right up to the bowof the boat and happily surf the boat’s wake. Such sights as this are one of the favourite activities in Jervis Bay and is a major attraction for the area.
Why a Winter Holiday?
Rocks near Hyams Beach
Winter time in Jervis Bay provides many fun-filled and unique opportunities. A big plus for winter tourists is enjoying a coastal holiday in the quieter months but still having mild weather suited to lots of different activities.
Winter is a beautiful time of year to take a bushwalk, ride a bike along the coastal track or go exploring both on the water or in the nearby Booderee National Park. The weather can be perfect for all these possibilities and more in and around picturesque Jervis Bay. Water, sunscreen and a jumper are recommended for the longer excursions.
The NSW South Coast around Huskisson and Jervis Bay has some of the most beautiful and safe beaches in NSW. Many people travel long distances to see the white sand of these beaches – Hyams Beach is sometimes advertised as the whitest sand in the world.
If you are looking for Holiday Accommodation in Huskisson for your trip to Jervis Bay, please call us on +61 429 721 809 and ask about our Winter Special. You can check the website (www.62owen.com) to see our luxury self-contained apartments.
Whale and beach photos are courtesy of Maree Clout