The Bawley Bed and Breakfast at Bawley Point in the Shoalhaven region of the South Coast of New South Wales is strategically located between the Murramarang National Park, Morton National Park, the Meroo National Park and the Kioloa State Forest.
Local Bawley Point tourism attractions and facilities include the Dulkara Picture Framing and Wildlife Gallery run by Paul and Lee Daynes (Australian South Coast Wildlife Artist), the Bawley Beach Cafe which offers coffee, pizza, pasta and videos and the Bawley Point Shopping Centre.
The Bawley Point shopping centre caters for all your basic holiday needs. Here you will find ...
The village of Kioloa, 6km south of Bawley Point, is home to the Edith and Joy London Foundation Kioloa Coastal Campus of the Australian National University. This field station provides simple accommodation and laboratory facilities for instruction and research in the field sciences. The Edith and Joy London walking track passes through part of the Murramarang Aboriginal Area and down to the shoreline.
- Bawley Liquor Bar
- Village Take Away
- Newsagency Bawley Point and Post Office
- Bawley Bakehouse
- Making Waves Bawley Point Unisex Salon Hairdresser
- IGA Supermarket Bawley Point Friendly Grocer
- Bawley Family Medical Practice
- Surf Side Properties Bawley Point
- P G Hardware, where you can purchase bait & tackle, gas refills and fishing licences.
Bawley Point Local Beaches
The nearby Shoalhaven South Coast beaches include Bawley Point beach itself as well as Shell Beach, Racecourse Beach, Merry Beach, Pretty Beach and Pebbly Beach. The beaches make ideal venues for a picnic, to enjoy the spectacular New South Wales South Coast scenery or the many popular holiday beach activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, surfing, fishing and boating.
Other Local Tourist Attractions
The town of Termeil is located on the Princes Highway approximately 20km south of Ulladulla on the South Coast of New South Wales. A few hundred metres along the highway north of Termeil, just next to the turnoff into Bawley Point, is the Fern Gully Winery. This small local winery is open for wine tastings and cellar door wine sales between 11am and 5:30pm on weekends and school holidays (September to May). Fern Gully award winning wines are featured on the wine lists of several of the local Shoalhaven & Eurobodalla, South Coast restaurants.
Also located at Termeil is Timbertops Horse Riding. Timbertops maintains a stable of about 30 horses and can cater for beginners and experienced riders, childen and adults. They offer one hour horseriding trails and two day horse treks through state forest and bushland areas and along the southcoast beaches between Tabourie and Bawley Point.
NSW South Coast National Parks and Reserves
Bawley Point is surrounded by New South Wales National Parks, the abundant flora, Australian birds and wildlife making it a mecca for ecotourism. Numerous bushwalking trails range from easy to challenging, providing ample opportunity for both exercise and close observation of the nature attractions of the area.
Bawley Point is the northern gateway to the Murramarang National Park, which extends from Kioloa in the north to Batemans Bay in the south and protects 11,970 hectares of coastal land. Public parking is provided at Pretty Beach and all park use fees are used for the maintenance and improvement of the park visitor facilities. Several walking tracks are accessible from Pretty Beach. The Durras Mountain Summit walk is 4.5 km (2 hours), Clear Point walk is 6.7 km (3 hrs), Snake Bay walk is 8.9 km (3 hrs 40 mins) and the Pebbly Beach walk is 8.4 km (3 hrs 30 mins).
The Murramarang Aboriginal Area covers 60 hectares between Murramarang and Racecourse Beaches, south
of the village of Bawley Point on the south coast of NSW. Murramarang Point is the largest unmounded midden
on the NSW south coast with Australian Aboriginal artefacts found in sediments dated to 12,000 years ago. The reserve is bounded
by private land on the west and by high water mark on the east.
The easy accessibility and the multitude of artefacts and midden material provide an unusual opportunity for
visitors to closely examine an Australian Aboriginal site.
Fishing (license required, purchase at Bawley Point shopping centre) and swimming are allowed within the Meroo National Park, just north of Termeil.
Morton National Park surrounds Pigeon House Mountain which provides panoramic views of the surrounding South Coast areas. There are several bushwalks, including a climb to the mountain top.
Touring South Coast National Parks New South Wales Australia
© Dulkara Wildlife Gallery
Bawley Point South Coast NSW
Wildlife paintings, prints and cards.
Fern Gully Winery Termeil South Coast New South Wales Australia
Durras Mountain Walk Murramarang National Park South Coast NSW Australia
Australian Wildlife - Bawley Point Kangaroos South Coast New South Wales