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Hyams Beach

Hyams Beach is renowned as having the whitest sand in the world. It is an excellent holiday area for families. The Jervis Blue Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch and also has a great range of gourmet delights. Huskisson is the closest town for a more extensive shopping experience. A short drive takes you to Booderee National Park with its beautiful pristine beaches, lovely nature walks, botanic gardens and native wildlife. Accommodation is available in self contained cabins, cottages and houses

Hyams Beach: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Hyams Beach


Hyams Beach is one of the most popular of the myriad bays and beaches inside the Jervis Bay area.

Facing east and looking directly at Point Perpendicular, Hyams rarely receives any swell other than a gentle shore break in a north-easter, making it a safe family beach.

But, like all beaches in the bay, it is unpatrolled. At the north end of the wide two kilometre shoreline is a rock platform with its own sandy beach - and a top snorkelling spot.




Cyrus Street
Hyams Beach, NSW, 2540

Located 1.2K from Hyams Beach

Greenfield Beach


Set amongst the picturesque setting of the Jervis Bay National Park, Greenfield Beach offers much more than crystal clear waters and soft white sands. It's the perfect location for a beach side barbecue, bird watching and bushwalking.

The surrounding picnic area offer free electric barbecue, clean drinking water, cold showers, flush toilets, sheltered eating areas, and wheelchair access. Take a walk along one of the two walking tracks and discover an abundance of wildlife.

This family friendly beach is the perfect location to explore for the day.




Sutton Street
Vincentia, NSW, 2540

Located 2.1K from Hyams Beach

Vincentia Golf Club


Boasting breathtaking views of Jervis Bay Marine National Park, nestled among unspoilt, natural bushland and teaming with abundant wildlife, Vincentia Golf Course and Clubhouse presents a wonderful experience for both the keen golfers and the social golfers who don't want the hustle and bustle of city life.

At present there are 13 challenging holes with the final five holes being completed in the near future.

'The Golfie' at the top of the hill at Vincentia with modern clubhouse facilities, outdoor areas to relax, fine restaurant and friendly helpful staff is available for the enjoyment of both members and visitors who live, visit or holiday in this very special part of the South Coast of New South Wales.




49 Murray Street
Vincentia, NSW, 2540

Located 2.3K from Hyams Beach

Bay and Basin Leisure Centre


Bay and Basin Leisure Centre has something for everyone. There are four heated pools including a relaxing spa, 25 metre lap pool and an exciting 40 metre water slide. There is a fully equipped gym to keep you in shape with classes, equipment and personal training. There is the Whale Tail cafe/kiosk serving great coffee, some hot food and snacks and selling Speedo swimwear and accessories.

Facilities include: 25 metre indoor heated pool, heated leisure pool with beach entry, heated toddler pool, spa, 40 metre water slide, fitness gymnasium, Les Mills Classes, RPM/Spin room, cafe, creche and sports shop.

Please call the centre for more details.




The Wool Road
Vincentia, NSW, 2540

Located 3.4K from Hyams Beach

White Sands Walk


White Sands Walk starts at a boardwalk on Greenfields Beach, just south of Vincentia, crosses a creek and winds south along the bay. Interpretive signs along the track point out significant features of the bay.

The walk ends at the small village of Hyams Beach. At the end of the walk, you can either return the same way or make this into a circuit walk by taking the Scribbly Gum Track back to Greenfields Beach.




Greenfields Beach
Vincentia, NSW, 2540

Located 3.6K from Hyams Beach

Jervis Bay Marine Park


Jervis Bay Marine Park is home to seals, penguins, seabirds, dolphins, and many other animals. Migrating whales drop by during their annual journey along the coast.

Scuba diving, swimming, surfing, and fishing are popular activities at the marine park, however there are areas in which recreational activities like fishing and spear fishing are prohibited.

There are various walking trails available in the surrounding Jervis Bay National Park.





Jervis Bay
Jervis Bay, NSW, 2540

Located 4.3K from Hyams Beach

Booderee National Park Botanic Gardens


Booderee Botanic Gardens are owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community and are the only Aboriginal owned botanic gardens in Australia.

The gardens showcase local Aboriginal (Koori) use of plants and the coastal flora of south-eastern Australia. Visitors can learn about bush tucker and medicinal uses of plants, the long association that Koori people have had with the area and the plants of south eastern Australia. There are a range of facilities and services available to help visitors appreciate and explore the gardens, including formed paths, self-guided and guided walks, interpretive displays and picnic areas.

The gardens, as part of Booderee National Park, are jointly managed between the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community council and the Australian Government's Director of National Parks. The gardens received National Heritage status in 1994.

Entrance to the gardens is free but subject to Booderee National Park entry fees (see web site for details).




Botanic Gardens,
Caves Beach Road
Jervis Bay, NSW, 2540

Located 4.8K from Hyams Beach

Booderee National Park: Green Patch and Telegraph Creek Walking Tracks


Green Patch is a beautiful picnic area within Booderee National Park, with interesting bushwalks, wildflowers in spring, and safe swimming in clear blue water. Many native birds and kangaroos can be seen in the early morning and late afternoon. Green Patch also offers a sheltered beach with beautiful white sand, toilets, showers, wood barbecues and picnic tables.

Telegraph Creek Nature Trail is a circular walk with signs describing interesting aspects of the vegetation along the way. The trail begins at the northern end of the Green Patch car park or where it is signposted along Jervis Bay Road near the Green Patch turn-off. The walk is 2.4 kilometres long and takes roughly one hour to complete. Grade is easy.

Booderee is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. Enjoy your visit to beautiful Booderee and please care for the land and waters, as this is a very special place.




Booderee National Park,
Jervis Bay Road
Jervis Bay, NSW, 2540

Located 5.7K from Hyams Beach

NSW Jervis Bay National Park


NSW Jervis Bay National Park lies on 4,854 hectares. Sections of the park fringe Jervis Bay, St George Basin, and ocean beaches. The area is rich in Aboriginal heritage, including important wetlands and preserves a flourishing diversity of plants and animals. The park lies next to the Commonwealth-managed Jervis Bay National Park which is now called Booderee National Park.

The forests, bays and beaches are great for swimming, bushwalking, birdwatching, or enjoying the tranquillity.

Greenfield Beach has visitor facilities which include wheelchair access to the beach. From here, you can follow the information signs on the White Sands Walk along the coast to Hyams Beach, and return by the Scribbly Gum Track.

On the northern side of the bay, Hammerhead Point and Red Point have picnic areas.

Camping is not permitted in the park.




Jervis Bay
Jervis Bay, NSW, 2540

Located 6.0K from Hyams Beach

Hyams Beach: Travel Tips

Booderee National Park Visitor Information Centre


Booderee National Park Visitor Information Centre is located on Jervis Bay Road at the entrance to Booderee National Park.

The friendly staff can provide you with a range of information on Booderee National Park, local attractions, accommodation and other services. Telephone or drop in to the Visitor Information Centre to book your accommodation at Green Patch, Bristol Point and Cave Beach camping areas. Maps and brochures are also available, together with a selection of souvenirs and other merchandise.

Booderee National Park is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. Ancient campsites and middens tell the story of countless generations. Fishing, sharing meals, telling stories and gaining traditional knowledge are just some of the cultural activities. Please care for the land and waters of Booderee National Park, as this is a very special place.




Jervis Bay Road
Jervis Bay, NSW, 2540

Located 2.2K from Hyams Beach

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