A large temperate embayment, Jervis Bay offers a range of environments like no other. Being one of the deepest sheltered bays in Australia and outlined by over 100km of coastline, Jervis Bay is home to a wide range of habitats including salt marsh, mangroves, intertidal zones, seagrass beds and rocky reefs.
The region supports over 200 reef fish species, sharks, rays, and many marine mammals. Hundreds of invertebrates can be found in its waters, including a wide variety of cephalopods, crustaceans, nudibranchs and more. It is home to over 230 algae species, with extensive ecologically important sea grass beds.
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