Beaches at Bawley Point
Some of the beaches around Bawley Point are popular with surfers looking for the best waves along the coast. But there are plenty of other beaches where you can swim, picnic or simply watch kangaroos enjoying the surf.
About Bawley Point
Bawley Point is a secluded South Coast town, located between bush and beach just 27 km south of Ulladulla. This sublime stretch of coast is a perfect holiday spot that has great beaches, plenty of cafes and pubs, and good accommodation options. At Bawley Point, you'll settle into holiday mode quickly â with bushwalks, watching local birdlife, fishing, surfing, swimming and snorkelling.
Nearby attractions include Murramarang National Park and Pigeon House Mountain, in Morton National Park, about 30 minutes' drive south west from Ulladulla. You'll be rewarded with spectacular coast and mountain views from the summit.
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Pebbly Beach is a popular camping area with great surfing beach and bush walks within the park. you will find a large resident kangaroo population at Pebbly quite happy to be patted or to pose for a photograph.
Bawley Vale Estate features a stylish tasting room where you can sample some of their award-winning wines. Visit the cellar door of Fern Gully Winery which only uses grapes grown and handpicked from their Termeil Vineyard.
There are plenty of things to see and do in Bawley Point. Depot Beach has a great picnic area. Take in the views on the beautiful coastal walk through the rainforest, and past rock pools where you can see a range of sea life.
Racecourse Beach Tourist Park at Bawley Point. Image Racecourse Beach Tourist Park
Durras Beach, Murramarang National Park. Image Nick Rains
Feeding kangaroos at Mill beach, Murramarang National Park. Image James Pipino