One of the best kept secrets in the Shoalhaven is the Beecroft Peninsula. Beecroft Peninsula forms the northern entrance to Jervis Bay. The Peninsula is owned by the Department of Defence, but as a general rule of thumb is open for public access on the weekends and school holidays. The Peninsula has spectacular sea cliffs, scenic locations, beaches, bush walks and wildlife. Point Perpendicular is a destination for rock climbers, but for those not inclined to hang off the side of a cliff, gives great views over Jervis Bay and whale spotting opportunities from shore. The beaches have the stunning white sand that Jervis Bay is famous for, but without the crowds that some of the other beaches have. You’ve also got great opportunities for bush walking and bird watching throughout the Peninsula. One of the favourites is Honeymoon Bay (pictured right), but other great beaches include Long Beach and Target Beach. If you are looking at fishing, check the details as it is part of the Jervis Bay Marine Park. The entry to the Beecroft Peninsula is near Currarong and about 20 minutes from the Anchor Bay Motel. To get more information on the Peninsula check out Beecroft Weapons Range and Peninsula, and or BOOK NOW to explore the Peninsula on a weekend get-away.
Set in a delightful location next to very good seafood eateries and near a charming jetty, this place was a delightful surprise. Clean and comfortable rooms and friendly staff and a bottle of wine in the fridge!4 / 5 stars
We were extremely pleased with our accommodation. The room was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. It isn't luxury but it isn't a luxury price. The host could not have been more helpful or pleasant, even helping with our luggage. We stayed in the access room and found it very pleasant. The kitchen is small but functional and the beds were super comfortable. I would doubt you could better the cleanliness and comfort for the price. Highly recommended.5 / 5 stars
We booked for one night as part of a weekend away from Sydney. After a day on a motorbike, we were very tired and ready for a hot shower. Rob welcomed us with open arms, instantly making us feel at home. He helped us with dinner recommendations and local sites.5 / 5 stars
We have spent my partner and me a night at Anchor Bay Motel. We were on a kind of short road trip around. And I found it on TripAdvisor just close by we have stopped. I was so amazed with comments about the service and value that we both were excited to try it. And we have not been disappointed....5 / 5 stars
Nice people & clean rooms in a good spot. The upstairs rooms have a view so we paid the extra & it was worth it. There was a balcony to sit out on & we were given lots of helpful info on great beaches to visit. Would stay there again. Rod D5 / 5 stars