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Jibbon View, Cronulla

Jibbon View Beach House is no longer operating.

Jibbon View Beach House was located at the northeast corner of the village of Bundeena just south of Cronulla. It overlooks Jibbon Beach (which is located within the Royal National Park) and commands superb views over Pork Hacking, the Park, the Cronulla Sand Hills and the Pacific Ocean.

Jibbon View is a fully self contained two bedroom beach house. It has a modern kitchen and spacious living and dining area. There is an outside sun deck, together with a small grassed area where a barbecue is available.

The house is furnished to suit one or two couples – ie. Both bedrooms have double beds, there is also a night and day lounge in the living area.

Off street parking is provided. Television and Video plus a HI Fi CD Player are also included. There is an automatic Gas Heater for the winter months and
all beds have electric blankets.

Jibbon View is a non-smoking establishment and we do not cater for pets.

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