Wanderlust Postcards - Jervis Bay

Destination: Jervis Bay

Today you will be travelling with me to the gorgeous Jervis Bay. With its famous white sands and clear turquoise water, Jervis Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

I stayed at Huskisson, which is a small city in Jervis Bay. Towards the evening, flock of marine birds, including pelicans, can be seen on the patch of land in the below picture.

I went for a Dolphin and whale watching tour from Huskisson. The river cruise took us to the entrance of the Bay, where wild waves crashed against our ferry. Not so nice for a person suffering from motion sickness. I saw a lot of dolphins and other marine birds, but unfortunately, didn't see any whale.

The beauty of the Rocky shoreline!!

Murrays Beach is located in Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay. It's a nice and quiet beach, a wonderful picnic spot, with barbecue facilities available on the premise.

Day 1 - 12 Apostles
Day 2 - Beaches
Day 3 - Colac
Day 4 - Dee Why
Day 5 - Eurobodalla  
Day 6 - Fishers Bay
Day 8 - Huskisson
Day 9 - Illawarra


  1. That's indeed gorgeous! :)

  2. So picturesque and beautiful! What a lovely place! I love being near oceans, lakes and rivers and don't get there nearly enough. You are lucky!

  3. I love your photos! So breathtaking! <3

    Elizabeth Mueller
    AtoZ 2015
    My Little Pony

  4. Glad you got to see the dolphins despite experiencing motion sickness! Lovely pics as usual Raj! :) <3

  5. Jervis Bay is one of my favouritest places in the world. And yes, I know that's not a word! :P

    Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life

  6. Wow! Beautiful and clean road

    Thanks for sharing these photos


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