Life's a Beach was renovated January 2012 and is a beautifully appointed three bedroom home that sleeps eight people (2 x queen beds and 4 x bunks). Each bedroom has generous built in robes for plenty of storage. The house is only two minutes walk from Abraham Bosoms Beach, the most protected beach in Currarong. Perfect for children to play or that relaxing swim with your partner.
It's only a short stroll to the national park walking trails that provide for a beautiful walk around this unique part of Australia. Upon your return, freshen up in the outside shower that has both hot and cold water. The home also has a bath and shower inside.
There is a covered back deck that has a BBQ for those lazy evening dinners. The home has a beautiful large family room with a 42-inch television, Blu-ray player, iPod player and a PlayStation 2. On those raining afternoons, help yourself to play any of the board games for a lot of family fun.
The kitchen is very well appointed. It includes a dishwasher, microwave, oven, cooktop, toaster, toasted sandwich maker, kettle and a whole host of kitchen accessories. There is a normal size fridge and a dining room that seats eight.
All beds are provided with mattress protectors, summer doonas (with doona cover) and pillows (with pillow case). A spare blanket is also provided for each bed.
You will need to bring your own sheets (either queen or single size), towels, hand towels or any other linen.
Full size Refrigerator
External access to laundry (which includes 2nd toilet)
Oven and cooktop
Range of In-house Movies provided
Digital TV Reception
iPod speaker docking station
Tennis court close by
Skate park close by
Telephone (local calls only)
Outdoor hot shower
Range of board games and puzzles provided
One street away from boat ramp
This small village is located at the northern edge of the dramatic Beecroft Peninsula that adjoins Jervis Bay Marine Park. Currarong is 33 km south-east of Nowra and is popular for swimming and surfing, fishing and prawning. The main beach, called Abrahams Bosom, is very protected and is excellent for children and has good picnic grounds with BBQ facilities. There are 13 other wonderful beaches in the area. No matter what the wind, you can always find a protected beach.
There are a number of easy walks from Currarong such as Wreck Walk to see the ghostly remains of SS Merimbula or the three-hour Trig Station Walk. In spring, wildflowers are prolific on Beecroft Peninsula, which is also known for its spectacular sandstone cliffs that rise straight from the ocean. Whales, dolphins and seals can often be spotted from the cliff tops and in the bay.
At dusk and dawn, kangaroos and rabbits roam the streets. During the day kookaburras rest on the clothesline, fences and deck railings, they are everywhere. Bandicoots and plovers are also regular visitors for anyone who loves animals, especially the children.