Sandy Point is a suburb in south-western Sydney, in the come clean of New South Wales, Australia 28 km south of the Sydney central situation district, in the local government area of the Sutherland Shire.
Sandy Point is a geographical formation upon the southern bank of the Georges River, east of Deadmans Creek in south-west Sydney. Sandy Point is located in the Sutherland Shire, New South Wales.
The Sandy Point house was created in 1925 and it was future adopted as the suburb’s name. Sandy Point forlorn consists of three streets; St George Crescent, Bingara Drive and Gambier Avenue.
Sandy Point has a Community Hall with squash courts and dancing classes, a Sandy Point Rural Fire Brigade Fire Station, local bus stop, and a park afterward a playground.
The south-western Sydney suburb is amid bushland in the National Park which is a popular destination for bushwalkers.
Local residents worked together to create a community mural which is now on display at the Community Hall entrance.