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Honeymoon Bay is a great picnic and snorkelling spot on Beecroft Peninsula. The Beecroft Peninsula is Navy land and is only open to the public on weekends and public holidays. You can get a bite to eat or stay the night in the nearby town of...more
Honeymoon Bay Road, Currarong, Shoalhaven, New South Wales 2540, Australia
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We had a relaxing afternoon, swimming and on our SUPs. The beach was deserted (it was May after all), the water calm, clear and still swimmable. We felt we had found our own piece of paradise. The beach is sheltered so it's perfect for families,...More

Thank Annie M
Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

Beautiful place to enjoy all year round. Easy to access, stunning area and all ages can enjoy the surroundings.

Thank slaw9233
Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

Nice to walk around and a little picnic stop. Well set out with some nice beaches, although too cold to swim at this time of year except for the more adventurous.

Thank Tegan85
Reviewed 3 May 2018

Great place to take some photos specially during sunset, where you can set an awesome time-lapse. The only downside for me was this was a drone free zone so not good for people wanting to get aerial shots.

Thank wanderjay19
Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

The access road is corrugated dirt and bumpy,but suitable for most vehicles. We enjoyed a pleasant morning of swimming, climbing on the rocks and play on the sand. The crowds stayed suicide at lunch time as we were leaving.

Thank Phil B
Reviewed 16 April 2018

Might have been because there was a heap of people playing music that put me off... Its a very small cove and not much beach when its high tide. The cicadas drive you nuts if their in season. nice place for a kayak out through...More

Thank Louise P
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Be prepared for a slightly bumpy 20min drive on a dirt track off road to get there. You also need to go through a boom gate and are asked where you’re visiting, how many people are in your car and your mobile number. The actual...More

Thank netmot
Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

Really nice little beach. Was very crowded though in peak season. Still worth checking it out. Dirt road to get there but made it fine in a Mazda 3 so no need for a 4WD

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Reviewed 8 February 2018

We did a day trip which was no charge for entry to the national park. The water was crystal clear and calm, and warm. The kids had a great time. Plenty of shade on the beach so we didn't need the sun tent we had...More

Thank Danielle A
Reviewed 25 January 2018

its a very nice place for family to go for a swim and enjoy nature at its best and calm. Water is clear and children could play safely. Lots of shade and close from the parking area. We spotted fish and sting ray. Very beautiful.

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Lakmali S
24 March 2018|
Response from Nancy S |
they have portable toilets. no running water, showers, or power. the campsite is only open on weekends (friday to sunday) or on school holiday. no online booking. must pay cash at the ranger station first come first... More
Daniel F
8 January 2018|
Response from thekategatsby | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately not!
23 January 2017|
Response from Nancy S |
carvans can make it here, but there is no running water or power. the road has a ton of ripples so drive slow. there is day parking or campsites, but either way you will be stopped at the gate before entering to pay a fee... More