Winter on the Shoreline 4

Jervis Bay is best explored on foot. Yesterday, while much of NSW was shivering in the snow and winds of the Antarctic Vortex, I spent an hour on the White Sands Walk between Plantation Point and Greenfield Beach. The weather was benign with clear skies and warm sunshine – a far cry from what I would have been experiencing in the hills of the Central Tablelands.

The track meanders along above the shores of some of the whitest sands in the world, past unspoilt and secluded bays and beaches including Hyams Beach Sanctuary Zone.

The dense native bushland behind the beaches is a habitat for rosellas, lorikeets and parrots – as well as kangaroos. Dolphins cruise the bay.

Inspired by Ailsa’s Travel Theme …. Land Meets Water

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