Hayams Beach, located south of the city of Sydney, hit the Guinness Book of Records as the beach with the whitest sand in the world. When viewed from a distance to the beach, it creates a feeling that it was not sand, and a huge amount of whipped cream. Going to the beach, be sure to bring a sunblock and sunglasses.
It does not damage the camera is also good on the incredible white sand beach will turn out excellent photos. Always worth to wait for nightfall, at this time the sand begins to own, incredibly beautiful light. To reach here from Sydney just over 3 hours. Located in this wonderful beach Jervis Bay, ideal for sailing, surfing and windsurfing, fishing, snorkeling, diving and just swim.
Incredibly white beach with clear, turquoise waters, adjacent to several natural parks. In between sunbathing and swimming, you can relax in the shade of exotic trees, or watch some amazing Australian fauna representatives.
In addition, these places are ideal for camping, hiking and biking. Everyone will be able to choose the suitable way to relax. Two kilometers of snow-white beach Hayams fine as powder or flour, sand, transparent and fairly deep water are suitable for swimming or snorkeling, botanical gardens and parks, traditional cuisine and culture of the local population – all waiting for tourists who want to come here.
Fans of the hiking or just want to watch the whales are worth visiting nearby Cape St. George. From May to November, during migration the whales up close and closer to the Cape. In addition, throughout the year you can watch and play ball with the local dolphins. All this and much more await you in the vicinity of the beach Hayams.