BEACHED offers you the true beach shack experience. This cabin sits in one of the most beautiful positions in Currarong. It fronts Dolphin Reserve with its huge fig tree & the beach. The views are spectacular – the beach, the reef, the creek, the dolphins & whales
BEACHED is a1950’s fibro cabin with a skillion roof, old timber windows & original ledge & brace timber doors. It actually consists of two cabins.
The bedroom is in the smallest cabin, separated from the main living area by a breezeway. The cosy bedroom has a comfy QS bed on one side of the room & drawers & hanging space on the other. All linen is provided.
The main cabin has a kitchen, living area & bathroom.
The kitchen has a recycled timber bench top, cook top, convection / microwave oven, fridge & washing machine. The cupboards contain all that you need, just bring your food, or maybe you could dine at Zac’s Seafood cafe, just 20 steps from our front gate.
The bathroom is original, painted & clean but still with the old 50’s cast iron green basin and a shower & toilet.
The living area has a dining table & chairs, lounges, TV & DVD & a selection of games & DVDs. The sliding doors from the living area open onto a crazy paved entertainment area that is protected by a shade sail. Enjoy & relax at the outdoor setting, BBQ & sunlounge.
BEACHED is set on a flat grassy block that is fully fenced. Your dog is welcome too.
BEACHED still retains its old characteristics - old louvers, painted pipes, timber doors & windows, but it has been spiced up with some new additions.
Currarong is a small village on the northern peninsula of Jervis Bay, surrounded by beautiful beaches, a tidal creek, bush, rocky cliffs & headlands & National Parks. Currarong is just a 2.5 hour drive from Sydney or 3 hours from Canberra. Currarong has a general store/bottleshop, a bowling club with a Chinese bistro & Zac's Seafood Cafe for dine in or take away.
SO MANY THINGS TO DO
Swim in the gentle waters of the creek & waterhole, the rock pool or at a choice of surf beaches.
Snorkel on the reef, paddle or go boating.
Bushwalk on trails to secluded beaches & inlets, cliffs & headlands.
Spot whales and dolpins.
Drive to nearby Jervis Bay & enjoy its beaches & coves & the lighthouse at Point Perpendicular.
There is a new boat ramp & a choice of fishing spots.
Play a game of tennis or visit the bowling club.
Take a rest from cooking & enjoy fish & chips from the local takeaway & restaurant.