Sanctuary Point

Sanctuary Point is a lake side town situated on St Georges Basin waterway making it an ideal base for anyone who enjoys boating and fishing. Sanctuary Point offers easy access to the sheltered waters and beaches of Jervis Bay including Hyams Beach, Greenpatch and Murrays Beach and to the ocean beaches to the south.

This peaceful spot is perfect for the whole family to enjoy sailing, swimming, water-skiing, kayaking and snorkelling. You don’t miss Booderee National Park Botanic Garden which is a short 5 minute drive from Sanctuary Point and well worth a visit. The scenic 40-minute Basin Walk follows the shoreline from Palm Beach Reserve to Paradise Beach Reserve. Conjola National Park has forests surrounding beautiful lakes and estuaries, and large areas of woodland and heath which become a mass of wildflowers in spring.

The park is ideal for walking, birdwatching, swimming, fishing and canoeing. Nearby, Nowra, Shoalhaven and Jervis Bay are worth a visit.Jervis Bay National ParkJervis Bay National Park wraps itself around Jervis Bay, St Georges Basin and the ocean. There are plenty of things to do here but beach walks are top of the must-do list. The White Sands Walk from Greenfield Beach to Hyams Beach is truly spectacular.