Bawley Point, New South Wales Accommodation
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101 Willinga Road
Bawley Point, NSW, 2539
Lakeside Approximately half way between Batemans Bay and Ulladulla on the NSW south coast. Bawley Bush Cottages has a variety of lakeside eco-cottages set on 36 acres that, in total, can comfortably sleep groups of up to 30 people. We also have a function room/celebration space where up to 80 people can be accommodated for a sit-down meal, a seminar or an event. We have camping space for accommodation overflow and there is also plenty of other competitive local cottage accommodation that can meet overflow needs. If you are looking for secluded accommodation for 2-6 people then Chefs Cottage is the ideal cottage for you; if you are a couple and enjoy water views and open spaces (perhaps you have a dog you want to watch cavort from your deck) then either Cormorant and Oystercatcher Bush Apartments (Seabirds) will suit perfectly; if you are a couple or a family for whom plenty of space is important then either Cafe Cottage or the Cockatoo Room (configured as a cottage) should be thoroughly checked out...
31 Murramarang Road
Bawley Point, South Coast, 2539
The Bawley Bed and Breakfast at Bawley Point on the South Coast of New South Wales Australia is a purpose built B&B mudbrick house that features five spacious ensuite bedrooms and is surrounded by 3 1/2 acres of native gardens and spotted gum forests. Breakfasts at The Bawley Bed and Breakfast offer fresh seasonal fruits and a variety of cereals, teas and coffees followed by a delicious hot dish prepared by your hosts Leonie and Bryan Coombes. You can relax and plan your activities for the day at your leisure. Slightly north of the halfway point between the New South Wales south coast tourist destination towns of Ulladulla and Batemans Bay, Bawley Point is the northern gateway to the Murramarang National Park. With its close proximity to other New South Wales national parks and state forests, the numerous pristine south coast beaches and spectacular scenery, it is a mecca for ecotourism. The abundant birdlife and wildlife and the many walking tracks offer great opportunities for bushwalking, bird watching and close encounters with the many kangaroos and occasional wallabies, while the many beaches make superb locales for holiday water activities such as surfing, diving and fishing.