Our open plan beach cottage is a short stroll to the beach. It is an original style Australian beach house with two small bedrooms and 1.5 bath, a large yard and a full kitchen. Currarong is a quiet town on the edge of Jervis Bay Marine Park.
1960's Currarong Beach Cottage on a quiet street just a stroll to the dog friendly 11km long beach.
The cottage has two small bedrooms, each with a queen bed.
The simple large open space living and dining area is roomy and light. The bathroom has a tub with shower, and the laundry room has an extra loo. There is a complete basic kitchen and dining table. The large fenced backyard has a covered deck and bbq.
Dogs are welcome upon request and with a negotiable cleaning fee. We are sorry but sheets and towels are only provided during the spring and summer school holidays, so you will need to bring your own. Blankets provided.
About 2.5 hours drive from Sydney and surrounded by National and Marine Parks, the little town of Currarong is known for whale watching, surfing, diving and bush walks. Beaches in Currarong include Warrain and Abraham's Bosom. A short drive to Beecroft Peninsula takes you to the Point Perpendicular lighthouse, Honeymoon bay, Long Beach, and other Jervis Bay beaches.
Currarong has Zac's excellent fish and chips shop, tennis courts, a skatepark, and a Bowling Club with a Chinese restaurant.
If you are interested in our beach cottage please message us before booking and we can discuss your holiday needs.
The entire house and yard. We might be staying in the studio in the back but it is not attached to the house.
Interaction with Guests
Most of our interactions will be through email and on the telephone.
Our quiet little beachside neighbourhood is a short stroll to the dog-friendly beach. Bushwalks, snorkelling, and surfing are all within walking distance.
There is a train to Bomaderry/Nowra where you can rent a car.
Dogs allowed with a small refundable cleaning deposit.
We are sorry but we are only able to provide sheets and towels during the spring and summer school holidays. Blankets provided. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Please respect our neighbours by parking in our driveway not on the street.
If there are any issues with the house please let us know so we can address them.
Please leave the key in the lockbox upon your departure.
The listing was accurate and the property was just what my husband and I were after. Currarong is a beautiful spot and we enjoyed our stay here very much.
Great little beach house right next to the beach. There's very little distraction and not much to do apart from walk on the beach and sit in the hammock - perfect! Great hosts with great communication and the house is cosy and comfortable. Would stay again given the chance, thanks ladies!
Just returned from a week in lovely Currarong. Thank you so much to Sally and Barb for the use of their house – it had everything we needed to make our stay a very enjoyable one. Would love to come back soon!
The shack is lovely, super close to beach and really low key. We've stayed here twice now and it suits us very well.
Hello, we really enjoyed our long weekend staying at the beach cottage. It was a pleasant place to be and we loved being able to bring along our puppy. Also great was being so close to a beautiful beach and the town was lovely. Barb was staying in the studio in the backyard and was friendly, yet we hardly knew she was there.
It was over 10 years since we had holidayed with our young children at Currarong and we were worried it might have changed. We were happy to see that it was still the same and Barb's lovely cottage was all we could have wanted for a soothing coastal getaway. The cottage was very cosy. The bed was comfortable and we loved being a stone's throw from the lovely beach. The biggest excitement was seeing a snake in the garden with a frog in its mouth!! Our dog was the happiest we had seen her having endless long walks and loads of fresh air. We loved it. Thank you Barb for your hospitality.
Barb and Sally split their time between Currarong, NSW, Australia and Guemes Island, Washington. Barb is a research scientist and Sally is a counsellor and teacher who works with youth at risk.