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Hyams Beach trail is a 2km, grade 5 Return hike located in the Jervis Bay National Park, NSW. The hike should take approximately 45mins to complete.
Keen to meet Jervis Bay’s birdlife? Follow the lead of the local birdwatchers who designed this delightful walk, which is also known as Bird Spotter’s walk. They’ve even added signs to explain the birds you’ll see and hear along the way.
Keep an eye out for some of the birds the Jervis Bay area is known for, like new holland honey-eaters, eastern spinebills, eastern rosellas, and crimson rosellas.
Start at Lister Crescent at the southern end of Hyams Beach village. Walk about 1km, then turn left at the intersection and continue a short distance to the beautiful Seamans Beach.
You can head back along the trail for more birdwatching, or take an easy walk along the white sand of Hyams Beach.
About the Region
Jervis Bay National Park in the South Coast region
Jervis Bay National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
Hyams Beach trail starts at Lister Cresent, at the southern end of Hyams Beach village. It’s about 10 minutes from Vincentia. To get there:Head northeast on Campbell Court towards Elizabeth Drive and turn left onto Elizabeth DriveAt the roundabout, take the second exit onto The Wool Road, then at the next roundabout, take the first exit onto Jervis Bay RoadTurn left onto Kallaroo Road and continue onto Booderee AvenueTurn right onto Cyrus Street and then the first left into Lister Cresent Parking Parking is available on Lister Crescent, a short walk from Hyams Beach trail
Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.
The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.