Located in Sydney's Southern Suburbs, just 150m from the beach and breathtaking views across to the city is this immaculate 3 bedroom home. Recently renovated with Brand new kitchen and 6 Velux skylights, this bright and airy home with open plan living flows to the landscaped entertainment area and level lawn. The home features fenced front and back yards with manicured gardens for indoor/outdoor living and is the perfect place for your family getaway.
This single level, airconditioned home, with plantation shutters throughout and overhead fan in the main bedroom has a relaxed coastal feel.
The home Boasts 3 bedrooms, Room 1: Queen Bed, Room 2: 2 x single beds and Room 3: Double bed all with built in wardrobes, 1 Bathroom and brand new state of the art kitchen. This is a true whole house rental. You will have access to all appliances, kitchen utensils,coffee machine, linen, laundry appliances, and entertainment services on the HD Smart TV such as Netflix and Wi-Fi.
The outdoor area is complete with outdoor furniture, BBQ and clothesline.
Kurnell is beachside living at it's best. Outdoor activities are plentiful and with a warm village vibe, everything you need is in walking distance.
A walk in the National park is a must, see where Captain cook landed and visit the discovery centre to learn about Australian heritage.
Kurnell boasts some of Sydney’s top SCUBA diving spots. In the waters fringing Kamay Botany Bay National Park shore-based, boat and wreck diving allows divers to see an abundance of marine life and even come nose to nose with a weedy sea dragon. Inscription Point, where a plaque to commemorate Cook’s landing is affixed to the rock face, is a favourite for Scuba diving and rock fishing.
For seasoned surfers only check out Voodoo Point east of Bate Bay. It's one of the best left hand barrels in the world.
Kurnell’s beautiful Silver beach is ideal for swimming, snorkelling, fishing or a leisurely walk, all with the backdrop of the Sydney city skyline. You might be lucky enough to make a rare sighting of a juvenile Antarctic Fur Seal napping on the beach.
Whale Watching, Scuba Diving and Picnics
There is a fantastic purpose built whale watching platform where you can watch these awesome creatures as they pass on their annual migration.
Short trails for cycling, open playing fields and secluded picnic areas complete this nature lovers wonderland.
Boat harbour is a 4WD beach accessed from Captain Cook drive. These beaches have great surfing spots and you can walk the length to cronulla's beaches.
Milkhouse is a must for visitors to Kurnell, serving great coffee and a range of tasty meals, only 100m down the road. there are also 3 other cafe's to choose from as you wander around.
All in walking distance
Take-away chicken shop
Outside the Park
Wander down to Bonna Point and gaze across to still waters and soft grasses of Quibray & Weeney Bays, part of the unique and internationally important Towra Point Nature Reserve wetlands. The largest remaining wetland in Sydney, it is home to the endangered Green and Golden bell frog and is a nesting ground for wading and shore birds flying from Japan, China and Russia.
Fishing is popular so just ask one of the locals for a good spot on the beach.
Kurnell is 7km from bustling cronulla with it's pristine beaches, clothes shops, resteraunts, surf clubs and bars.