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Bright Water Retreat

Whether you are in search of a quick getaway, a special occasion, a healing place, romance or anniversary, or just want to indulge yourself, you fall in love at Bright Water Retreat.  Stay in luxury accommodation. 5* insulational with underfloor heating and cooling throughout,  Large modern kitchen is open to dinning and undercover area for stylish entertainment with views that peak through treetops across Port Hacking to Cronulla. Relax by the retreat’s plunge pool & spa in a tree top setting, the northerly aspect captures the sun all year round.  Surrender to the beauty of nature …..Escape,  just 25km  to Sydney CBD and 45minutes drive to Sydney International Airport
 Bright Water retreat is perfectly located on the North east side of Bundeena. Just 2 minutes to
     – Jibbon Beach
     – Gunyah Beach
     – Bundeena CS Club
     – Shops, Restaurants, Cafes
     – Bundeena Wharf (Goes to Cronulla)





Local Dining

We have 3 Cafes on the main strip The Driftwood for lunch and Dinner our favorite. "Pasadena" best for fish and chips and hamburgers and fresh sandwiches. The "Gelato" Bar: Italian ice cream and meals .

Local Clubs

Bundeena Community Services Club Newly reopened after a fire. With dining and entertainment. Has great views across Port Hacking to Cronulla and the Pacific Ocean. 200 mtr walk. 1km we also have Bundeena Bowling and Fishing Club View details

Whale Watching

At the top of our street is the entrance to The Royal National Park and Coast walks. First stop the Balconies the perfect lockout to spot whales. Whale watching session peaks June to August with 500 whales a day going by. Just 700 mtr walk. View details

Royal National Park - Wedding Cake Rock

The Famous Coast walk to Otford starts at the end of Eric street. After the Balconnies walk 3.1 km along the cliffs to Wedding Cake Rock , which has become one of Sydney must see after icons. This stunningly unexpected piece of rock really is a must see. Just over the next rise to fabulous Big Marley. View details