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Spacious very private level ground floor tiled apartment with great views of the ocean, only 80m walk to South Narrawallee Beach. This accommodation is double brick, concrete floors with no noise from upstairs, keeps very cool on those warm days, easy level living. The private 9m X 4m gated deck/balcony is ideal for BBQ's and outdoor entertaining, with views looking onto South Narrawallee Beach and bushland, or play some tennis. Driveway and parking at front door.
South Narrawallee Beach is protected from southerly winds, perfect in winter and summer, with crystal clear waters, ideal for jogging, walking, great for riding a surfboard, bodyboard or bodysurfing, even the dolphins love our beach, they are often sighted surfing the waves.
Sheets and towels not supplied.
Sleeping consists of 3 bedrooms -
Bed 1 - Queen size bed with ocean views
Bed 2 - 2 single beds
Bed 3 - 2 single beds
December, January 7 min night booking Long weekends 3 night minimum stay.
Narrawallee is located on the unspoiled South Coast of NSW 3 hours south of Sydney.
2 minute drive to well known Rick Steins at Bannisters, where you can enjoy cocktails by the pool and dine in their award winning Restaurant or popular Cupitts Winery for dining, 10 minutes drive.
2 minute drive to Mollymook Shops consisting of a Supermarket, Butcher, Bakery, Fruit Shop, Takeaway Shop, Liqueur Shop, Video, Newsagent and Chemist.
5 minutes drive north is the town of Milton, with many lunchtime cafes offering great coffee and trendy shops to browse.
Ulladulla is 10 minutes drive south, a commercial fishing port and boating harbour, Cinema, Coles, Aldi and Franklins Supermarkets and many great restaurants and shops.
For the keen bushwalker, Pigeon House Mountain is one of the Shoalhaven's most picturesque and popular bush walks. The mountain, with its unique shape, can be viewed from a number of vantage points throughout the region. From the top there are magnificent panoramic views of the rugged cliffs and gorges carved by the Clyde River and its tributaries.