The Whitest Sands in the World – Hyams Beach

If you google "the whitest sand in the world" Hyams Beach is the location that pops up. This lovely beach is located in my hometown of Jervis Bay, and holds the Guinness World Record for the whitest sand in the world. While I was at home my mum and I did the bush/beach walk between …

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Not Whale Watching – Jervis Bay

Matt and I spent last week in New South Wales, catching up with family and attending a friends wedding. Matt grew up in Wollongong, and I grew up further down the coast in Jervis Bay. I was very lucky to grow up there; I spent my school holidays at pristine beaches, exploring nature and doing …

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Diving the Navy Pier at the Naval Comms Station – Exmouth

I'll start with this: the Navy Pier is the best dive I've ever been on. Ever. Once again with Dive Ningaloo, we headed out to the Harold E Holt Naval Communications Station in their cool little bus to get ready for what was promised to be an awesome dive. Dive Ningaloo are the only company …

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Diving the Labyrinth at Lighthouse Bay – Exmouth

Our second dive of the day at Lighthouse Bay, after Blizzard Ridge, was at the Labyrinth dive site. We were told we could expect turtles and a lot of colourful reef fish. We weren't disappointed! Dive Ningaloo and Ningaloo Reef delivered the goods! Check out all the amazing fish and turtles in the below video! …

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Diving Blizzard Ridge at Lighthouse Bay – Exmouth

After our snorkel with Ningaloo Whale Shark Swim we were super excited to do our dives with Dive Ningaloo. We chose Dive Ningaloo for two reasons; they did a super good deal with the whale shark swim, and they are the only company who can dive the Navy Pier. I'll blog about that one later. …

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