Jervis Bay, Hyams Beach

I feel a good place to start is with saying, Hyams Beach in Jervis Bay is pretty much the most idyllic beach I have ever been on.

Now I can tell I now have you intrigued, so read on.

Where?

A mere 3 hour drive away from Sydney is a location that borders on two national parks, a marine park, home to crystal clear waters, numerous white sandy beaches and an array of Australian  wild life, this perfect destination is the beautiful Jervis Bay.

Hyams Beach Jervis Bay

Whether you are looking for an escape from the city life or simply wanting to travel to somewhere that resembles paradise (who can blame you) then it is well worth a trip.

Where to Stay

There are numerous options for places to stay in Jervis Bay. Obviously you can go for an AirBnb  – however there are plenty of smaller holiday home sites that have a variety of options – particularly if there is a big group of you as you can get some stunning beach homes.

Jervis Bay Accommodation

We stayed in this place and I pretty much decided then and there that I never wanted to leave.

Jervis Bay

The view wasn’t half bad right?

The Beaches

Huskisson, Vincentia and Hyams are the beaches that make up Jervis Bay and all of them are one to die for.

Vincentia beach Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay Bikini

Bikini: Billabong

My favourite was Hyams, the beach of dreams. I kid you not.

Hyams Beach

Just look at that water!

Bikini: Boohoo.com         Shorts: Missguided.com

Hyams family beach It wasn’t just me that loved the beach, even the little ones (my niece and nephew) were absolutely loving the sand and the sea. (By the way how adorable are they?!)

Hyams Beach

I could honestly just walk along this strip for days and not get bored.
Hyams Beach Bikini

Bikini: Boohoo.com

But fear not, if lounging on a beach is not your idea of a perfect holiday there is plenty else to do, from diving and snorkeling in the protected marine park, your water based activities are sorted and for you land crawlers come back to the site shortly for a trip into Jervis Bay’s National Parks.

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