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Guidebook for Grays Point

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Guidebook for Grays Point

Food Scene
Local Cafe and Restaurant. Open for dinner only Friday and Saturday Nights
The Grayzing Point
110 Grays Point Rd
Local Cafe and Restaurant. Open for dinner only Friday and Saturday Nights
We love the vegetarian food here. Reasonably priced and oh so good for you.
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Heart & Soul Cafe
17 Gerrale St
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We love the vegetarian food here. Reasonably priced and oh so good for you.
Good quality sushi in busy restaurant atmosphere. A go to for locals. Book ahead to get a table.
Sushi Train Sutherland
570 President Ave
Good quality sushi in busy restaurant atmosphere. A go to for locals. Book ahead to get a table.
Sightseeing
Here is the entrance to all walks/rides in the area. The entrance to the Royal National Park. Park just up from the School. This is only 1.5km from the Tree House
Grays Point Public School
109 Angle Rd
Here is the entrance to all walks/rides in the area. The entrance to the Royal National Park. Park just up from the School. This is only 1.5km from the Tree House
Swim, launch your boat, bbq. A lovely park by the river.
Swallow Rock Boat Ramp
Swim, launch your boat, bbq. A lovely park by the river.
Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Danks Street in Alexandria. So many gorgeous culture filled, iconic places of Sydney to visit. My favorite is to park at the Domain carpark, then walk up passed the NSW Art Gallery, then on down through the Botanical Gardens to the Opera House and Circular Quay. Have lunch at the Opera Bar overlooking the Harbour or watch the sun set here, then stroll on back up through the Botanical Gardens to your car. Walking in nature right through the city passed many iconic buildings with harbour views.
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Port Jackson
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Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Danks Street in Alexandria. So many gorgeous culture filled, iconic places of Sydney to visit. My favorite is to park at the Domain carpark, then walk up passed the NSW Art Gallery, then on down through the Botanical Gardens to the Opera House and Circular Quay. Have lunch at the Opera Bar overlooking the Harbour or watch the sun set here, then stroll on back up through the Botanical Gardens to your car. Walking in nature right through the city passed many iconic buildings with harbour views.
Fourth Village Providore Danks St, is a cool market place for fresh food and restaurant. http://www.fourthvillage.com.au/ This street has many beautiful shops for eco design furniture and cafes. The Grounds of Alexandria https://thegrounds.com.au/Spaces/the-cafe-roastery/ is another well known indoor/outdoor cafe which is a favorite to visit for Sydney siders.
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Danks Street
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Fourth Village Providore Danks St, is a cool market place for fresh food and restaurant. http://www.fourthvillage.com.au/ This street has many beautiful shops for eco design furniture and cafes. The Grounds of Alexandria https://thegrounds.com.au/Spaces/the-cafe-roastery/ is another well known indoor/outdoor cafe which is a favorite to visit for Sydney siders.
Everything Else
A beautiful sea side tourist town for coffee, a swim, a nice day out. Then retreat back to the peace of the the Tree House
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Cronulla Beach
22R Gerrale St
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A beautiful sea side tourist town for coffee, a swim, a nice day out. Then retreat back to the peace of the the Tree House
Health food shop
Flannerys Gymea
86 Gymea Bay Rd
Health food shop
Local Grocery store with everything you need.
Supabarn Gymea
76 Gymea Bay Rd
Local Grocery store with everything you need.
Drinks & Nightlife
Walking street full of restaurants, shops and festivities. Only one street back from the iconic Cronulla Beach. Walk the esplanade and laze your day away on the grass or sand enjoying the view or strolling the outdoor mall enjoying the beach side culture. Cronulla is a great seaside town hosting many bars and restaurants. The recently refurbished RSL appeals to a large array of people overlooking the ocean.
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Cronulla
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Walking street full of restaurants, shops and festivities. Only one street back from the iconic Cronulla Beach. Walk the esplanade and laze your day away on the grass or sand enjoying the view or strolling the outdoor mall enjoying the beach side culture. Cronulla is a great seaside town hosting many bars and restaurants. The recently refurbished RSL appeals to a large array of people overlooking the ocean.
The Brass Monkey hosts many bands touring the country. Some very well known artists play here. It's a small cosy bar with some talented musicians on different nights of the week. http://brassmonkey.com.au/whats-on/
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Brass Monkey Live Music Venue
115A Cronulla St
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The Brass Monkey hosts many bands touring the country. Some very well known artists play here. It's a small cosy bar with some talented musicians on different nights of the week. http://brassmonkey.com.au/whats-on/
A hip place to be seen. High end drinks and meals, an old library converted into a restaurant/bar.
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The Old Library
15-17 Surf Rd
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A hip place to be seen. High end drinks and meals, an old library converted into a restaurant/bar.
Parks & Nature
Hiking, running or biking in nature are only 1.5km from your doorstep. If you are a trail runner, a hiker, a nature enthusiast you are in the right place. Hike by the Port Hacking river, where the river meets the tidal river. Hike on down to Audley for lunch at the Weir Cafe- approx 45min one way and then back. So many options here. OR drive down Sir Bertram Stevens Drive and visit Wattamalla or Garie Beach. Isolated beaches located in the Royal National Park, OR hike the Coast Track - 30km accessible by public transport from Bundeena to Otford. You have so many options here.
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Royal National Park
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Hiking, running or biking in nature are only 1.5km from your doorstep. If you are a trail runner, a hiker, a nature enthusiast you are in the right place. Hike by the Port Hacking river, where the river meets the tidal river. Hike on down to Audley for lunch at the Weir Cafe- approx 45min one way and then back. So many options here. OR drive down Sir Bertram Stevens Drive and visit Wattamalla or Garie Beach. Isolated beaches located in the Royal National Park, OR hike the Coast Track - 30km accessible by public transport from Bundeena to Otford. You have so many options here.
A little like the Botanical Gardens but on a smaller scale, although well established. These gardens are free to visit. They are gorgeous for families or romantic picnics. There is a cafe and a couple of kids play grounds. Planting began in 1969 for the Captain Cook Memorial. Looking for urban peace, these are really quite beautiful.
Camellia Gardens & Sutherland Shire Celebrant
333 Taren Point Road
A little like the Botanical Gardens but on a smaller scale, although well established. These gardens are free to visit. They are gorgeous for families or romantic picnics. There is a cafe and a couple of kids play grounds. Planting began in 1969 for the Captain Cook Memorial. Looking for urban peace, these are really quite beautiful.
Arts & Culture
Hazelhurst has a range of work by local artists and variying themes with a cafe and lovely gardens. They sometimes host drumming nights or film nights. Check their schedule on their website. http://www.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au/Community/Hazelhurst
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Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre
782 Kingsway
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Hazelhurst has a range of work by local artists and variying themes with a cafe and lovely gardens. They sometimes host drumming nights or film nights. Check their schedule on their website. http://www.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au/Community/Hazelhurst