Grays Point is a small affluent suburb in Southern Sydney, in the own up of New South Wales, Australia 29 kilometres south of the Sydney central thing district, in the local government area of the Sutherland Shire.
Grays Point is a small suburb similar to picturesque views of the Port Hacking estuary. Grays Point is adjacent to the Royal National Park and the suburbs of Gymea Bay and Kirrawee. There is and no-one else one road handy for vehicular admission however complex walking and mountain bike tracks colleague it bearing in mind locations such as Audley in the Royal National Park, Engadine and Heathcote. This, in turn, contributes to the exclusive song of the suburb.
Grays Point is well known for having some of the most expensive real land in the Sydney region. Properties in the Place are tightly held and often remain within families for fused generations. Houses are highly sought after, especially those with entrance to the surrounding waterways.
There is a little shallow boat ramp located at Swallow Rock Reserve for launching commercial boats, canoes and kayaks upon the Hacking River. Swallow Rock is a wetland area. A large variety of wildlife resides in Grays Point, including possums, sugar gliders, morepork owls, deer (an introduced species), wallabies, magpies and kookaburras.