A popular style holiday home in a great location. This property has everything you need for a great beach side holiday!
Enjoy outdoor living on the rear deck or stroll down to the boat ramp and Kioloa beach.
Containg 3 bedrooms and an extra rumpus area with 2 sets of bunks there is room for all the family.
Kioloa is a beautiful, quiet seaside town surrounded by water and bushland and just minutes to some of the best beaches, lakes and fishing spots on the NSW Coast. Take a short drive to Murramarang National Park; a very unique Coastal Park a must for Nature Lovers. Other National Parks are only a short drive away include the Budawang National Park, Bimberamala National Park and the spectacular Morton National Park with Pigeon House Mountain.
South Coast Restaurants are famous for their seafood. Visit the acclaimed Rick Stein's Restaurant at Bannisters Mollymook or try the highly regarded South Coast Oysters,only 30 minutes drive from Kioloa.
Right on your doorstep is Bawley Vale Estate Winery in Bawley Point. Visit theirtasting room and sample their award winning wine! There is a range of farm animals including Alpaca's Deer and Sheep to keep the children entertained.
For the young and the young at heart, a visit to the Mogo Zoo is a must. Take the opportunity to see many rare and exotic animals including the white lions, the only ones in Australia! While at Mogo take a trip back to the gold rush days and visit Old Mogo Town the Gold Rush Theme Park. Here it is possible to pan for gold, explore the mine tunnel, check out the digger's camp or just simply enjoy a picnic by the lake.
Booking Agent : Surfside Properties Bawley Point.
Please be aware that you are required to provide your own linen, toiletries and personal items.
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