Greenpatch Point

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Jervis Bay Territory map

Greenpatch is a locality in the Jervis Bay Territory in Australia.


Greenpatch is located on Aboriginal Land within the Booderee National Park. It is located within close proximity to HMAS Creswell and Jervis Bay Village. Greenpatch beach is approximately 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) long. The Guinness Book of Records reports Jervis Bay as having the whitest sand in the world.[1]

Boarded Walkway leading out into Greenpatch Beach


Greenpatch is home to many different kinds of Australian native flora and fauna, including kangaroos, kookaburras, rosellas, lorikeets and wombats and many more.

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  1. ^ "Gazing onto the world's whitest sands". Sydney: The Sydney Morning Herald. 1 January 2006. Retrieved 13 April 2011.

Coordinates: 35°08′11.49″S 150°43′28.90″E / 35.1365250°S 150.7246944°E / -35.1365250; 150.7246944