EXPLORE THE NATIONAL PARKS
Hyams Beach is nestled in national and marine parks - Booderee National Park and Jervis Bay Marine and National Park.
Point Perpendicular Lighthouse
Built to replace the Cape St George Lighthouse, the Point Perpendicular Lighthouse is believed to be the first lighthouse in New South Wales to be built of concrete blocks, which were cast on the ground, then lifted into place.
Galamban Aboriginal Experiences
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Extraordinary Aboriginal Experiences - ‘Galamban acknowledges our Ancestors who have handed down through generations a wonderful diverse cultural heritage’
Booderee National Park
Booderee National Park website
Amazing facts about Booderee National Park
Jervis Bay Botanical Gardens
Booderee National Park is a fantastic place to explore offering activities for a wide range of interests. From the avid hiker to surfing at Caves Beach or snorkeling and swimming amongst the fish of Green Patch beach. The Booderee National Park is home to the people of Wreck Bay who have cared for the land and waters of the Jervis Bay area for many generations. And while visiting the national park, make sure to spend some time exploring Australia's only Aborigianl owned botanic gardens.
Jervis Bay National Park
Jervis Bay National Park website
Jervis Bay Walks and Nearby Beaches including Caves Beach
Jervis Bay National Park area is rich with it's Aboriginal heritage. The park is rich with beaches, walks, woodlands and forests. Most walks are easy and suitable for the whole family. Why not try the beautiful White Sands walk and Scribbly Gum track. And remember to take along a picnic basket as spots for a relaxing picnic are plenty. Bird lovers will we wrapped by the number of bird species in the national park area. Indeed, this is a very special part of the world.
Map of Jervis Bay area