Bass Point Reserve, Shellharbour

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Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Bass Point Reserve is a heritage-listed former cedar timber industry, Aboriginal camping, meeting place, pastoral property and basalt mine and now nature conservation and passive recreation area located at Boollwarroo Parade, Shell Cove in the City of Shellharbour local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It is also known as Long Point. The property is owned by Department of the Environment and Shellharbour City Council. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 18 January 2013.
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  • I visit Bass Point Reserve regularly with my wife to look for Whales (when in season) and have had some good viewings. You can also be lucky at times to see Seals. Parking is a minimum so you may...  more »
  • Drove down from Sydney to dive Bushrangers Bay. Arrived 9am on a Sunday to find no legal car park available within 3.5 km of the dive site (main car parks also full). Did not have a second car to...  more »
  • Bass Point (sponge gardens) Bushrangers Bay, love diving there so pristine
  • We’ve often seen seals here, it is beautiful! Great for fishing off the point!
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