We were heading back along to coast to a few spots that jack, Hannah and Sammy O had told us about. The first place that was a 'must see' is a small inlet called Jervis Bay. We took a short detour en route to a secluded spot that was part of the national park but that wasn't really suited to tourists. When we arrived in the actual Jervis bay we found a great campsite right on the beach and at a very reasonable rate.
We walked around the small town, up and down the coast and went for a chilly swim on our own private section of the beach. In the evening a brave possum sat right outside our door but we weren't as impressed as we had been with the wombats!
The next day we drove along the tourist drive to another section of Jervis bay which is supposed to have the whitest sand in the world, or Australia or the Southern Hemisphere-we don't know! What we do know was the sand was very very white. The beaches were also really quiet, for the first 20 minutes we were the only ones there. As you've probably guessed we walked up and down the beach, had a spot of lunch before heading inland towards Canberra.