COME SEE White Sands Walk, Jervis Bay NSW. Australia.
COME SEE WHITE SANDS WALK, JERVIS BAY.
|BEST TIME TO VISIT|
Spring – Autumn
2 – 3 hours +
When visiting Jervis Bay, the White Sands Coastal Walk is a must to experience some of the whitest sand beaches in Australia. You can start the walk via Plantation Point reserve located in Vincentia. We parked up just before the reserve entry as that’s where the path begins.
After passing a few entry spots for Nelson’s Beach you’ll see the White Sands Walk sign to your left, from here you can either go straight up or turn into another entry for Nelson’s Beach.
Going straight ahead passing beautiful beach side nature with big tall trees and wooden walking platforms. The next stop is Greenfield Beach where you’ll find a big picnic area and a small playground if you have kiddies! The water was so clear and blue best believe if it were 10 degrees warmer we would’ve been in there!
A month early from our visit they got hit with a pretty big storm and we met a dude who said there was lots of shark eggs everywhere which looked like this. It was crazy to see so many. A little futher around the bend we found this cute little viewing bench
Next stop – Blenheim Beach. This one had a picnic area and a small boardwalk that went out to the beach. Beauty! A little further up we met with Chinamans Beach. Our favourite! Just like Hyams – minus the crowds. Crystal clear water, turquoise blue waves with the whitest sand. What more could you want.
And finally, we ended up in the famous Hyams Beach. With the whitest sand in Australia, it’s hard not to love this place. Even with the crowds. In winter it’s definitely not so packed but in summer it would be like a mini Bondi Beach.
We treated ourselves to a coffee and started heading back for dinner. Beautiful coastal walk with forest vibes. We will definitely be back!