Bosom Beach House is directly adjacent to the National Park, with only the untouched bush and beaches of the Beecroft Peninsula to the north. The house is surrounded by trees and native garden, and built on a rocky outcrop to catch the breeze.
This cosy, simple house is close to Abrahams Bosom Beach and Currarong's magical rock pool (just a 150m stroll), and is designed with beach living in mind, with open plan lounge/dining, timber floors and small galley-style kitchen.
Currarong is part of the Jervis Bay Marine Park, and is just a short drive (or paddle!) from the many other beautiful beaches and look-outs in the area.
IDEAL FOR TWO COUPLES OR ONE FAMILY
Bosom Beach House sleeps a maximum of 4 adults and two young children. (Please note it is not suitable for six adults).
There are two bedrooms with queen size beds, and a small bedroom with 2 single bunks that are good for pre-teens. You will need to bring your own sheets, pillow cases and towels. Blankets, doonas and pillows are supplied.
There are two bathrooms, one with a washing machine and dryer.
The galley-style kitchen is well stocked, and there is a 4 burner BBQ outside. No dishwasher, but plenty of tea towels, so a great opportunity to teach the kids how to do the drying up with Grandma!
For entertainment there is a television, a DVD player and CD player. You will also find an extensive holiday reading library, more than a hundred DVDs, and multiple board games.
Parents, please note that there is no fence between the garden and the National Park.
We do not permit pets onto the property - either inside the house or in the garden.
The nearby rock pool is a fantastic swimming spot, so remember to pack your snorkels and flippers!
ASK ABOUT OUR WINTER RATES!
Currarong is not just a great spot for a summer holiday. In winter the village is peaceful, with many beautiful bushwalks and stretches of pristine beaches to explore. There is also a rich range of native flowers and birdlife to discover.
Bosom Beach House is cosy in winter (with electric blankets and gas heater), and the local fish & chip shop/restaurant is open at weekends to provide a hearty feast at the end of the day.