Sandy Point, a spectacular beach on Waratah Bay in South Gippsland is an easy two hour drive south from Melbourne, Victoria. Sandy Point is one of the most magnificent, yet undiscovered beaches in Australia. With Wilsons Promontory National Park in the background the crystal, clean water which rolls onto a stretch of beautiful sand. This is everyone's ideal holiday haven.
Shallow Inlet just five minutes down the road, offers fantastic wind surfing and fishing conditions.
Perfect romantic seaside getaway
The Loft, positioned high amongst the coastal tea-trees of Sandy Point is the place for the perfect romantic seaside getaway, especially set-up for couples. The Loft, architecturally designed captures optimal natural light and is built of western red cedar. The building features amazing windows on angles which bring the outdoors right inside and large sliding glass doors open onto a north facing timber balcony. The surrounding tea-trees provide the perfect privacy for the outside timber balcony. With elegant furnishings including hand-crafted leather armchairs the open lounge has a relaxed yet stylish atmosphere. During summer sunlight filters through the trees and into the lounge. During the winter months a cosy and warm ambience can be created with the wood fire. The timber staircase leads to the mezzanine bedroom. Laying in the bed at night, guests can see the stars through the sky light (blind attached), hear the sounds of the birds and the rolling surf which is a constant reminder of just how close nature is. There is a queen size bed with quality linen and electric blanket. All bedding requirements and towels are provided for guests. The Loft has an automatic washing machine and washing powder is provided. The Loft provides it's guests with a fully-equipped kitchen, including utensils, crockery and cutlery as well as a spacious refrigerator, an oven, a microwave, a kettle and a toaster and a dishwasher. Once returning salty and sandy from the beach, guests have the luxury of refreshing under a hot outside shower.
Take only a short walk via the private access to the beach and discover one of the best sandy beaches in Australia, with the mountains of Wilsons Promontory National Park in the distance. 20 minutes drive to Wilsons Promontory National Park.