Jervis Bay sits on the south coast of New South Wales and is home to several beaches and national parks. Booderee National Park is home of the Booderee Botanic Gardens, the only Aboriginal owned botanic gardens in Australia. Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Marine Park make up the other two national parks, the latter of the two encompassing most of the Jervis Bay coastline.
Jervis Bay has various things to do and places to see. You can kayak along the coastline, go diving to witness the multitude of various marine life, try you hand at stand up paddling, go sailing, visit the Lady Denman Maritime Museum Heritage Complex and go on a Dolphin Watch cruise. Whale Watch cruises are available between the months of June to November, when whales frequent the bay to rest. Occasionally, a seal, or a group of seals, can be spotted frolicking in the bay.