Laura's Country Homestay

Holiday Letting



  Enjoy the comfort of a spacious beautifully appointed home with a friendly country atmosphere 

Laura's country house in Sanctuary Point (sleeps 6) is an ideal location for a South Coast gateway. 2 bedrooms: 1 with a queen size and a single and the second with a queen size bed. Own bathroom and a kids play area. Separate TV room. Guest lounge room and gourmet kitchen.  Family sized bedrooms, large living area, 10 foot cealings and parquetry flooring.  

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Peak Tariff (school holidays): 5 nights $799

Weekend (2 nights): $366

Off-Peak Tariff : 5 nights $579

Weekend (2 nights): $271

Midweek special (1 night): $160

1 room special (1 night): $100 and extra

night $90

The house is available for functions i.e birthday parties, weddings, music concerts, piano recitals (catering, floral arrangements and entertainment can be provided). See photos

Prepare yourself a sumptious feast of fresh laid eggs for breakfast every morning in a a well-equiped kitchen and enjoy it in a lovely garden setting. Watch your children play on the lawns with a trampoline and free range rabbits and chooks.


Gather on the patio around the BBQ at the end of the day to talk about your adventures and the fun you had on your special South Coast holiday.

Centrally located, close to  Laura's Garden cafe, shops, country club, doctors and post office. Enjoy local markets on Saturday, sporting fields and playgrounds for children. See the calendar of the See Change Art Festival, a popular event in the area.

5 min stroll down to waterfront at St. Georges Basin where you can admire spectacular sunsets. The beaches are lovely for walks, fishing, water sports and safe for small children. Bring along a picnic or have a BBQ on the beach with all the amenities.




Sanctuary Point
Yachts, surf skis, rowboats, canoes, windsurfers, and aluminium runabouts can be hired. There are two ramps: the first for light craft and around the corner, an all-purpose ramp. While in the area you can take the 40-minute Basin Walk which runs from Palm Beach Reserve in a westerly direction around a small promontory to Paradise Beach Reserve.

Natural Environment

Several parks surround the area: Booderee National Park , Jervis Bay National Park and Jervis Bay Marine Park with their crystal-clear waters and white sand beaches; snorkelling, diving, surfing , bushwalks,  cliffs with caves and dolphins.

The area was formerly occupied by the Dhurga Aborigines who called the lake 'Bherwherree'. Its European title was chosen in June 1828 by Thomas Florance who undertook an extensive survey of the district. Florance's name was presumably shaped by Cape St George which was named by Captain Cook. The Wool Road runs off the Princess Highway highway through Basin View, St Georges Basin and Sanctuary Point and on to Vincentia. This track was originally cut by convicts at the behest of Governor Gipps in order to establish a route from Braidwood to an ocean port for the wool that was earning good money in the early 1840s. It departs the highway just north of Bewong, or you can access it by driving south from Tomerong.

On the eastern shore of the lagoon is Erowal Bay Township. The name derives from the property of 'Errowel'. One of the first in the area it was granted to Captain John Lamb in 1830 or 1835, depending on which source you believe. There is a concrete boat ramp on Naval Parade, an extension of Erowal Bay Road. 

 Address2 Vickery Ave, SANCTUARY POINT , NSW 2540



Contact:   Laura  

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Driving directions from Sydney (200 km South)

to Vickery Ave, Sanctuary Point NSW 2540

1.       Head South from Sydney down Princes Hwy past Nowra,( 31.3 km – about 35 mins)

0.9 km

2.      Turn left at Jervis Bay Rd

13.5 km

3.      At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto The Wool Road

2.5 km

4.      At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Larmer Ave

1.3 km

5.      Turn right at Paradise Beach Rd

0.3 km

6.      Turn left at Kingsford Smith Cres

0.6 km

7.      Turn right at Vickery Ave

0.2 km


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