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Hyams Beach, Jervis Bay

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Published April 28th 2014
Wiggle your toes in one of the whitest sands in the world
Just imagine you are all alone sitting on a beach with crystal clear waters twinkling as the sun sparkles, lighting up the oceans mystery.....you dig your toes into the softest, finest, purest white sand and the only sounds you hear besides your own breathing is birds singing along the coastal trees and the gentle waves splashing along the shore....

Imagine no more! Hyams beach nestled in the vicinity of the beautiful Jervis Bay, is one of the most spectacular, whitest sand and the most quietest beach in New South Wales, let alone in the world.

Check out those spectacular hues...


Surrounded with nothing but pure nature, headlands with clifftop walking trails and native forests, Hyams beach is wedged with one of the most beautiful pristine and whitest sand beaches in the world, you will be a fool not to visit.

One of the many beautiful views of Hyams Beach and its incredibly white amazing sand...


Hyams Beach is regarded as being second only to the Great Barrier Reef with snorkelling! There are many activities to be enjoyed at the beach from snorkelling, swimming in one of the clearest waters Jervis Bay has on offer to windsurfing, flying a kite to a relaxing picnic and sunbath on the softest, finest and whitest sands...

It is nestled between Chinaman's Beach and Seaman's Beach which makes it even more a treat to find. The beach faces east, out across Jervis Bay and Point Perpendicular to the Pacific Ocean.

Sun setting over the beautiful beach...


It is situated in the Hyams Beach Village and there is a cafe nearby too, to grab a bite to eat. There is limited parking at the beach's carpark, however, road parking is available and there are public toilets in the carpark.

Be sure to be impressed and taken aback with the beauty of Hyams Beach... It is unquestionably a beach to see and to admire.

It is certainly worth the drive for a day or even spend a weekend here as there are many places to stay right opposite the beach!

Another view of the breathtaking Hyams Beach...
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Why? To see one of the whitest sand beaches in the world!
When: All year round
Where: Off Cyrus St, Hyams Beach, Jervis Bay
Cost: Free
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