Thunder Down Under – Jervis Bay, Australia
Dolphin watching at Jervis Bay
Located 200 km south of Sydney, Jervis Bay is a picturesque bay ensconcing the quaint towns of Huskisson and Vincentia, 3 national parks including the Jervis Bay Marine Park (which is in effect, all of the bay), a historic lighthouse from the 19th century (Point Perpendicular), not to mention a fabulous string of beaches, including the too-famous Hyam’s beach that holds the Guinness record for being the whitest beach in the world!...
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