Holiday Activity Program
Discover the Rocky Shore
Visitors will be taken along Tapalla Point in the Huskisson Sanctuary Zone to explore the complexities of intertidal communities, as well as some of the geological features including dropstones, glendonite beds and weathering.
Friday 28 December 3.00pm
Sunday 6 January 10.00am
Exploring Estuaries—Currambene Creek, Huskisson
Visitors will be taken through the Currambene Creek Mudflats Sanctuary Zone where they will be introduced to the animals and plants of the seagrass meadows, mangrove forests and intertidal mudflats. Learn how they have adapted to survive in these harsh conditions. Our guide will explain the cultural significance of this area to local Aboriginal communities.
Tuesday 8 January 1:00 pm
Friday 18 January 10.00 am
A Living Museum—Abrahams Bosom/Whale Point, Currarong
Visitors will explore the indigenous cultural and maritime heritage associated with the Jervis Bay Marine Park. A guide will explain the ways in which Aboriginal people collected food and obtained shelter in this area. The walk will end at Whale Point where the wreck of the “Merimbula” rests where the guide will explain its history and that of other shipwrecks found within the marine park.
Thursday 27 December 2:00pm
Saturday 12 January 2.30pm
Bookings preferred - numbers limited
For further information, please contact the Jervis Bay Marine Park office on 4428 3000