Unspoilt beaches, beautiful bushwalks an abundance of native wildlife: this is life at Bawley Point, NSW.
Located just 2.5 hours north-east of Canberra and 3.5 hours south of Sydney, Bawley Point is a friendly, laid-back village with a summery climate and some of the best beaches and bushwalks in the state.
The region is a playground for nature lovers, featuring sweeping sandy beaches, wild coastlines and unspoiled national parks. An abundance of native wildlife makes Bawley Point a popular stop-off point for overseas visitors.
Minutes from Willinga Park is a small hamlet that includes a grocery store, pharmacy, newsagent and several relaxed cafes.
Visitors can also explore, shop and dine in the bigger towns of Ulladulla and Milton (30 minutes drive north) or Batemans Bay (30 minutes drive south).
The nearest regional airport is Moruya, and the closest international airport is Canberra. There is no public transport on Bawley Point, so we recommend brining a car to make the most of our beautiful region.