Jervis Bay, NSW, Australia

Written by The Bug

I always dread returning to uni, especially after a nice, long relaxing summer. So right before O-week, I grabbed a few friends and set out on an adventure to the lovely Jervis Bay! It’s situated about 4 hours south of Sydney but the drive was well worth it.

We casually took our time getting to our destination. Along the way, we enjoyed some lovely sights including the famous Nan Tien Temple at Wollongong, and the Kiama blow-hole. The nice coastal views would have been fantastic but for the weather. However, nothing could dampen our adventurers’ spirit!

The main highlights of my trip were:
The mangrove swamps: get lost in the wilderness as you wander through the mangroves. It’s crawling with life, like cute little crabs scuttling about.
Dolphin-watch cruise: spot adorable bottle-nosed dolphins frolicking in the waves.
Hyam’s Beach: famous for having the whitest sand and crystal clear water! It’s a mini paradise

3 days just wasn’t enough for us to cram in everything we wanted to see and do!

By Winnie, Finance

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