Secluded beach house next to bush reserve

Secluded beach house next to bush reserve


Mar 2016

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Enjoy total tranquillity in this secluded beach house, a short stroll from two fabulous silver-sand beaches on Jervis Bay. Treetops is a classic Australian beach house, light, airy and spacious with a very large deck overlooking the bush reserve at the back of the property. There's abundant birdlife to enjoy and native gardens. The accommodation is arranged over two floors, with kitchen and living areas, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and a TV / rumpus room, third bedroom and shower room on the ground floor. The ground floor works well as a separate guest area if two families are holidaying together. Free wifi is available and well-behaved dogs are welcome.

As this is a holiday home and we have to pay cleaners after every stay, we ask for a contribution of $150 for cleaning.

Jervis Bay is a wonderful area, with pristine beaches, walking trails and cycle paths to explore. Booderee National Park is a few miles away, as is the delightful seaside town of Huskisson. Whale and dolphin watching cruises are a must from Huskisson, and it's a great area for snorkelling, paddle boarding, kayaking and all water sports.

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Katharine's reviews

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  1. Kathy is a writer, Michael is a partner in a small publishing company

  2. We love the space and vibrant culture of north-east England

  3. We like cycle-friendly locations. Even better if we can travel by train!

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Where is it?


Vincentia is a beach suburb on Jervis Bay, a 100 kilometre square oceanic bay which is a National Park and Marine Conservation Zone.
Jervis Bay’s famous white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters are amongst the safest and most beautiful in the world. Two beaches, Blenheim and Greenfield, are within easy walking distance of the house. The Silver Sands coastal path runs past both beaches and on to Hyams Beach with its renown Beach Cafe. There's also a great cycle path starting close to the house to Huskisson, the neighbouring town, and cycle hire is available close by.

From Huskisson, you can take whale and dolphin watching cruises, learn to paddleboard, surfing, diving and snorkelling.

Booderee National Park is a few miles away, offering lots of interesting bushwalking trails of different lengths, and more fantastic beaches!,

The area is rich in native Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, wombats, and many rare bird and animal species. It is one of the best places in Australia to witness whales on their annual migrations; humpbacks and southern right whales can be seen both offshore and inside the calmer waters of the bay from June through to November.

The many bay and ocean beaches, lagoons, secret coves and hidden creeks are perfect for swimming, kayaking, boating, fishing, standup paddle boarding and surfing.

Further afield is the Heritage Town of Milton, with lots of arty / foody shops, and two great restaurants: St Isadore and Cupitts Kitchen, at Cupitts Winery.

Buzzy restaurants
Hyams Beach Cafe and Restaurant
Cool bars
The Huskisson Hotel
Cozy cafés
Albert N Miso, Vincentia Market Place
Retail therapy
Bit of culture
Arthur Boyd's studio home at Bundanon, near Nowra
Walks in the park
Bushwalking in Booderee National Park
Spot of exercise
Day tripping
Shoalhaven Wineries or Kangaroo Valley

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