Steele Point’s location in Sydney Harbour National Park is hard to beat. Perched on the edge of a sandstone cliff in Nielsen Park, you’re surrounded by lovely swimming spots and outstanding views of Sydney’s cityscape.
Built in the 1880s as a gunner’s barracks to protect Sydney Harbour, Steele Point Cottage has been carefully renovated to keep heritage features including original ceilings and timber flooring. It’s the perfect accommodation for weekend escapes and honeymooners.
There’s plenty of things to do in Nielsen Park during your stay. Get your coffee fix at The Nielsen and relax on the sands of Shark Beachjust 25m from your doorstep. Hermitage Foreshore track will lead you towards Rose Bay, passing the secluded Milk Beach and Hermit Bay along the way. If you want to explore further afield, the cottage isn’t far from the iconic Watsons Bay and Bondi…
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ActivitiesCanoeing/Kayaking Cycling Snorkelling Swimming
Wake up to views of the Sydney Harbour skyline at Steele Point Cottage in Nielsen Park, Vaucluse. This fully self-contained heritage accommodation on the harbour foreshore offers a private and secluded getaway for 2 people.Shower Powered Site Barbecue
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Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 11:00 am