Salt on your skin, endless rockpools, a place to relax and explore...
Salt Air has a laid-back beach house character, with 180 degree views of beach rockpools, surf and mountain silhouettes from the sunroom, dining room or outside on the spacious patio. It captures year-round sun from its prime north-facing position on the oceanfront reserve.
A short barefoot walk from the garden gate brings you to pristine white sand beaches - depending on whether you head east or west, either the protected Abraham's Bosom beach or the surf beach stretching for miles to Culburra.
The boat ramp, general store, Zacs restaurant and tennis courts are all within 3 minutes walk.
Flexible contemporary accommodation
One of Currarong's original beach houses, Salt Air has contemporary style and facilities. Do you like polished floor boards, leather lounges, real wine glasses and a well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher?
The great thing about Salt Air is that it is genuinely 5 bedrooms, allowing flexible combinations of family and friends - everyone has real privacy and space. Our tariff reflects 3 bedrooms accommodating up to 6 excluding peak seasons or 5 bedrooms accommodating up to 10.
The living areas are spacious with lounge, dining and sunroom, opening onto the large elevated terrace with outdoor setting for 8. It's a superb place to watch the sunset. What's special is that it is still private, thanks to the gardens.
Why come to Currarong?
Currarong is a uniquely beautiful and quiet place on the south coast. This is a village, without motels. These are beaches without parking lots. This is beach and bush at its best.
Visitors tend to be regulars, drawn by the clean surf of Warrain Beach and sheltered Bosom Beach, the superb boating, rock and ocean fishing, sea kayaking, scuba diving and snorkelling, the bushwalks featuring rugged headlands and coves. Explore historic Point Perpendicular lighthouse or visit magic Honeymoon Bay, which are a short drive away in Beecroft Range. Oh, and in the season, whales do frolic in the bay
Currarong is on the Beecroft Peninsula, the northern headland of Jervis Bay. Its 32km from Nowra. From Sydney the drive generally takes a little over 2 1/2 hours or from Canberra, 3 hours.
HOPE YOU COME. HOPE YOU ENJOY. HOPE YOU REFLECT ON HOW BEAUTIFUL THIS QUIET PART OF THE AUSTRALIAN COAST IS