Full renovation and refurbishment completed in January 2015.
One bedroom queen bed - sleeps 2, with en-suite shower, vanity and hair dryer.
All linen and towels provided at no extra charge.
Porta-cot available on request.
Separate toilet off living area plus outdoor shower.
Open plan living: kitchen, dining, lounge futon with large folding doors onto deck
Full kitchen includes oven & dishwasher.
Bedding available for futon in living area no extra charge.
Tea towels, sponges and detergent provided.
Tea, coffee, sugar and milk provided for short stays.
Large deck with BBQ BBQ tools and oils provided and outdoor dining.
Reverse cycle air-conditioning cool & heat & ceiling fans.
40" Television, DVD player and DVD library.
Large yard with clothes line and pegs.
Ample off street parking room for an extra car or boat.
Short walk to Moona Moona Creek, Huskisson Beach and children's playground and Collingwood Beach.
Easy access to Jervis Bay Bike Path.
Please be aware of our no pets and no smoking policies.
1 km 10-15 min stroll to Huskisson town centre and wharf, with access to: a variety of eateries from fine dining to restaurants, cafes and bakery to take-away fish and chips; the iconic Husky Pub, now known as The Huskisson; Club Jervis Bay; emporium, bazaar and shopping; bay cruises, dolphin and whale watching and diving experiences; kayak and paddle board tours and hire: sea pool and 2 playground areas.
Other Local Attractions
2 km to Club Husky and mini-golf.
2 km to tennis courts, sports fields and cricket nets.
4 km to Woollamia Regional Boat Ramp access to Jervis Bay via Currambene Creek
3 kn to Vincentia shops including Coles and laundromat.
3 km to Holden St Boat Ramp, Vincentia.
5 km to Sailing Club Boat Ramp, Plantation Point, Vincentia.
6km to Vincentia Golf Club.
6km to Bay and Basin Leisure Centre gym, indoor pools & oval
Short drive to Booderee National Park. Hyams Beach and access to St Georges Basin.
Birders will spot a variety of common and rare species, local and migrating in and around Huskisson and the greater Shoalhaven. For Birds of Shoalhaven City booklet follow the link for Bird Walks on the Shoalhaven City Council - Environment page. You will need to go through Sustainability then Your Environment from the menu on the left, you will find the link in the plants and animals paragraph.
Activities available in the area - bring your own equipment, hire or book
swimming, snorkelling. scuba diving, surfing, bush walking, birding, beach walking, bike riding, fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle board, kite surfing, sailing, water skiing, golf, tennis, bowls, gym, dolphin and whale watching, cruise the bay, boating or fishing on Jervis Bay, Curambene Creek, St Georges Basin or beyond Point Perpendicular to the Continental Shelf