HYAMS BEACH Where: Jervis Bay, Australia Of all the beautiful beaches on Australia's coast, only Hyams Beach holds the Guinness Book of World Records title of the whitest sand. Crystal-clear water, forests, and wetlands only add to Jervis Bay's appeal. Inhabited by Aboriginals for thousands of years, the area boasts important archeological sites, like rock art, stone artifacts, and axe grinding grooves.
Australia’s known for its beaches–it’s an island after all–but they can start to run together after you’ve seen a few. Don’t get jaded just yet: Behold the truly stunning Jervis Bay region. From yTravelBlog