Tourists shocked at ‘breathtaking’ hidden beach on Australia’s east coast: ‘It’s heaven on earth’
Travelers Discover Moari Beach It’s so secret that it’s usually deserted The beach is located on NSW’s Sapphire Coast
Travelers have discovered a stunning beach with white sand and vibrant blue water that is so little known that it is usually completely deserted.
Those looking to beat the crowds head to Moyrie Point Beach in Edrom on New South Wales’ Sapphire Coast, three hours and 45 minutes south of Canberra.
The dreamy spot is so secretive that it’s not even a destination on Google Maps but beach lovers have started frequenting the hidden gem for its spectacular views.
Lush scrubland surrounds the crescent-shaped shore with red rocks while the sea is a mesmerizing shade of aquamarine.
Moari is the only north-facing beach on the south coast which means it catches the sun all day and is protected from the cold winds.
Explorers discover stunning Moiry Point Beach with white sand and azure waters so secret it’s not even on Google Maps.
Those looking to beat the crowds head to Moyrie Point Beach in Adrom on New South Wales’ Sapphire Coast, three hours 45 minutes south of Canberra.
Green bushland is surrounded by crescent-shaped shores of red rocks while the sea is a mesmerizing shade of aquamarine.
Moari is the only north facing beach on the south coast which means it catches the sun all day and is protected from the cold winds
The grassy clearing just beyond the sand provides the perfect place to pitch tents for grazing kangaroos.
The sand is often marked by the footprints of native goannas while bottle-nosed dolphins are often spotted off the coast.
The secluded beach can only be accessed by 4WD or via the 30km light-to-light walk that runs through Beowa National Park from Boyd Tower to Green Cape Light House.
A small number of travelers on the uninhabited beach, who have enjoyed the beauty of Moiry Point, are excited about their trip.
One woman online called it ‘magical’ while another said it was ‘heaven on earth’ and another couldn’t believe they had the entire beach to themselves.