Pelican Point Sanctuary

Pelican Point Sanctuary is located just outside St Helens, a few minutes’ drive from the Bay of Fires. This luxury retreat is bordered by the Georges River, Granny’s Gut Creek, and Georges Bay and is a haven for wildlife, with more than 40 species of birds making the property their home.

The sanctuary offers a selection of elegant villas and charming cottages, each beautifully appointed and featuring private outdoor areas with views across the property. Pelican Point also offers free guest activities, including private walking tracks, fly fishing and kayaking or even a round of farmer’s golf! You can visit their website here.

Here are a few snaps from our recent visit, walking around the stunning property with Beng, the owner.

All images courtesy of @sideprjct

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