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Bass Point Reserve, Shellharbour
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  • We often come to Bass Point as we dive here. Even if you don't dive Bass Point has plenty to offer. There are several spots where you can fish, snorkel, swim or dive. There are also a few walks that c...  more »
  • A beautiful spot to view the ocean and a great local beach. Great views north tto Wollongong and south towards Kiama Downs. Good picnic facilities as well. 
  • Bass Point Reserve offers great walks, safe snorkelling waters, peaceful areas, picnic areas and ample parking 
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  • Love the crystal clear water. There is something for everyone, different activities at different points not very far from each other. Snorkeling at Bush ranger bay is awesome with sparkling clear water. There are fishing points nearby if you are into it. If you like to surf or jetski there is a sandy beach on the other side.
  • The long peninsula that curls to embrace Shellharbour to the south, Bass Point has a small picnic area just above the waves at its eastern extremity. The peninsula has several significant Aboriginal sites, linked by a walking trail that winds through coastal rainforest. The intertidal rock pools provide endless fascination, and there is much more to see if you pack a snorkel. Bushrangers Bay, the figure-eight-shaped bay at the very end of the peninsula, is an aquatic reserve with excellent, sheltered conditions for snorkelers and divers.
  • Many of the facilities are in need of a refresh