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Bawley Bush Retreat

101 Willinga Rd , Bawley Point NSW 2539
Secluded new 1, 2 and 3 brm self-contained eco-retreats. Well-appointed, modern, rustic cottages and bush apartments on 40 lakeside acres. They're in the bush, just a canoe paddle from the beach. We have the perfect accommodation solution whether you are single, a couple, family or larger group. Children welcome, dog by arrangement. Sea kayak loans at your risk. On property bush and lakeside walks. Mild coastal climate, overnight 10 degrees warmer in winter than Canberra. Great base not just for beaches but for recreation in the Budawangs including Pigeon House Mountain, coastal and hinterland National Parks and the pristine Clyde River.
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Racecourse Beach Tourist Park

381 Murramarang Rd , Bawley Point NSW 2539
Racecourse Beach Tourist Park is located at Bawley Point, half-way between Ulladulla and Batemans Bay on the South Coast. Racecourse Beach Tourist Park enjoys absolute beach frontage on one of the best beaches on the coast. Facilities include a solar-heated swimming pool and wading pool, sauna, two tennis courts with lights, mini golf, camp kitchen and gas barbeques. Our games room offers table tennis, video games and television. Set on 19 hectares of natural bushland Racecourse Beach Tourist Park has a diverse range of native bird and animal wildlife.
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The Bawley B and B -

31 Murramarang Rd, Bawley Point NSW 2539
Stylish eco-friendly mudbrick Bed and Breakfast set on three acres of beautiful gardens. They are surrounded by two national parks and close to many pristine beaches. The Bawley B and B has four en-suited rooms with a large guests lounge and barbecue area. A full cooked breakfast is served each morning with fresh seasonal fruits. There are many great walks being either bush or beach, with one of the main ones being Pigeon House mountain. They are situated just 20 minutes south of Ulladulla and 30 minutes north of Batemans Bay with a variety of cafes and restaurants to choose from.
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Bawley Point Bungalows

1 Weemala Grove, Bawley Point NSW 2539
Bawley Point Bungalows are comfortably appointed, affordable, self-contained accommodation located in the centre of Bawley Point village. The pristine, uncrowded beaches are just a short walk from the bungalows. The four bungalows are ideally suited to couples, but can comfortably sleep up to four people with a sofa bed in the lounge area. You can dine al fresco on the deck and barbecue area. All linen is supplied. The bungalows are only a five minute stroll to the beautiful pristine beaches for which Bawley Point is famous. Enjoy surfing, fishing, snorkelling, diving or just relax on the sand watching the dolphins frolic. Bungalows offer fully equipped kitchen, dining room, lounge room with television, DVD and CD and outdoor deck and barbecue area....
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Bundle Hill Cottages

65 Bundle Hill Road, Bawley Point NSW 2539
High in the eucalypts on a hill overlooking some of Australia's most secluded and beautiful beaches, lies Bundle Hill Cottages. The four unique pole houses of Bundle Hill Cottages overlook some of Australia's most secluded and beautiful beaches. The light and airy cottages share 90 hectares of natural bush on the south coast of NSW near the village of Bawley Point. The four unique pole supported houses share 200 acres of natural bush and rainforest gullies creating an atmosphere of tranquil privacy. The light, airy designs take full advantage of the natural beauty with floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors. Even the baths overlook treetops, ferns and burrawangs to sand-fringed beaches, rocky islands and the blue Pacific.
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Interludes Cottages at Bawley Point

103 Forster Drive, Bawley Point NSW 2539
Interludes is set in 26 secluded acres of bushland with magnificent panoramic ocean views from the Wren Cottage. Be lulled to sleep by the murmur of the sea in one of the comfortable cottages and waken to a dazzling ocean sunrise with the gentle sounds of surf, morning birdsong and the rustle of leaves in the trees. The unsurpassed beauty of the local beaches is only a five minute drive away. Swim, surf, snorkel, soak up the sun, fish, play tennis, go boating, go horse riding, walk the beaches, explore the inlets and rocky headlands or do nothing. Return refreshed and enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner for two, enhanced by the silvery moonlight gleaming on the water and the background accompaniment of the song of the sea. The cottages are either one, two or three bedroom. Two of the one bedroom cottages have a spa.
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286 Murramarang Road, Bawley Point NSW 2539
Wonga is a 20 hectare property, with mostly damp and dry, warm temperate forest, situated between Bawley Point and Kioloa. It has a diversity of wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies, bandicoots, possums, gliders and many birds. A short walk down the driveway leads to sand dunes and beaches, shore birds and sea birds. Wonga is a tranquil place. The cottages are timber, in a beautiful bush and garden setting, within sound of the sea. The Retreat has two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen/living room with open fire, all quarry tiled and all opening onto a veranda. Four people can be accommodated comfortably. The kitchen/living room is well equipped, including refrigerator, electric stove, microwave oven and television and opens onto a deck. The Sulkery is a similarly constructed one bedroom cottage with shower, toilet, well equipped kitchen and a living room which leads onto the deck....

Bawley Point

Bawley Point, Bawley Point NSW 2539
Bawley Point, between Meroo and Murramarang National Parks, is a great destination for bushwalks. Visit Mimosa Hill Farm - a wildflower and protea farm on Bawley Point Road. Down the road you can stop for a glass of wine at Murramarang Vineyard, a boutique winery. Many artists live in the area and Allan Baptist's Studio and gallery at 16 Lurnea Crescent is a great place to visit, as is Dulkara Wildlife Studio and gallery at 55 Murramurang Road. If you're not driving, public transport is an option. Premier Motor Service have a Sydney to Melbourne Coach Service with a drop-off point at the corner of the Princes Highway and Bawley Point Road at Termeil....