Jervis Bay


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Jervis Bay

(ˈdʒɑːvɪs)
n
(Placename) an inlet of the Pacific in SE Australia, in Jervis Bay Territory on the coast of S New South Wales: regarded for some purposes as part of the Australian Capital Territory: site of the Royal Australian Naval College
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Captain Hugh Pettigrew and his crew aboard the merchant navy ship Beaverford lost their lives after engaging with the German pocket battleship Admiral Scheer in an Atlantic battle, alongside sister ship the Jervis Bay on November 5, 1940.
The footage, captured off the iconic Hyams Beach, Jervis Bay, Australia this morning, shows the large predator swimming around 20 metres from swimmers in the sea.
The offer includes four nights at the five star Intercontinental, Sydney, a Sydney Bridge Climb, a Captain Cook Cruise, a Sydney Opera House tour, two nights at the four star Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay, on a B&B basis, two nights at the four star Lilianfels Resort, Blue Mountains, two nights at the four star Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort, Hunter Valley, a picnic amongst the vines tour, two nights at the four star Peppers Anchorage, Port Stephens, and one night back at the five star Intercontinental Sydney.
1964 - Royal Australian Navy destroyer Voyager sinks after collision with HMAS Melbourne off Jervis Bay, more than 80 die.
As you will gather, there are many gates to Hobart and other correspondents will help you with others like the start, Point Perpendicular and Jervis Bay, Mount Dromedary, Green Cape and Gabo Island, Freycinet, Tasman Island, the Iron Pot and all of the Derwent, but this race isn't over until you cross the finish.
The northern known limit of Sminthopsis leucopus in the south-east mainland was the Jervis Bay area south of Nowra (King 1980; Atlas of NSW Wildlife) until a 1995 record north-west of Nowra by the author, which extended the known distribution north by about 20 km to the north side of the Shoalhaven River.
The group of 40 scientists from Museums Victoria and the Australian government's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) caught the creature in the Jervis Bay Commonwealth Marine Reserve some 13,000 feet below the surface.
The 'faceless fish' was found off Jervis Bay around 4,000 metres below the surface earlier this week, Diane Bray, an Australian scientist with Museums Victoria, said on Wednesday.
October 4, 2016 at 6:45 p.m.: 45 Jervis Bay Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps, 405 24th Street East, Saskatoon
He intersperses photos with a personable narrative as he discusses travels to Currarong, Jervis Bay, Huskisson, St.
Here we are at Jervis Bay's spectacular white sandy beaches; it is magnificent to soak up the true wonders of this enchanting bay.