Location and access
Sanctuary Point is located on St Georges Basin - a large inland body of water that flows to the ocean at Sussex Inlet. The area is generally suburban in nature but has a lovely foreshore, especially at Palm Beach.
The road access to the area is via Nowra and then Jervis Bay Road - along the same route that takes you to Hyams Beach and Booderee National Park. The distance from Nowra to Sanctuary Point is about 30 kms.
Key features and attractions
Sanctuary Point / St Georges Basin is great for families with kids as the waters are generally always safe and shallow, and the coastline is dotted with pretty beaches, rocky outcrops and many areas of natural bushland.
Palm Beach is the most attractive of the beaches and has a foreshore area that is accessible by car.
Majestic is a stylish, well appointed and spacious beach house - perfect for a family or a group of friends looking for a quiet and peaceful getaway. It oozes style and comfort, has a great deck / BBQ area, and private access to the Palm Beach waterfront. The trendy Greville Avenune Store & Cafe is also an easy walk down the road, and Hyams Beach, Huskisson, Vincentia and the beautiful Booderee National Park are an easy drive from the house.
Peace and tranquility. Original 1950s retro cottage, stylishly renovated and beautifully equipped for a peaceful and relaxing holiday. This cottage is perfect for families or even a couples only getaway.
St Georges Basin from the air
St Georges Basin / Sanctuary Point - typical foreshore
St Georges Basin / Sanctuary Point water sports