Grays Point is located 29 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD. Grays Point is a small suburb with picturesque views of Port Hacking. Grays Point is adjacent to the Royal National Park and the suburbs of Gymea Bay and Kirrawee and fronts the Port Hacking River, Mansion Bay, North West Arm and also overlooks Gymea Bay.
There is a picnic ground and boat ramp located at Swallow Rock Reserve for launching trailer boats, canoes and kayaks. Swallow Rock is a wetland area. Other local amenities include parks, Grays Point Oval, local Scout Group and shops on Grays Point Road. There are multiple walking and mountain bike tracks link it with locations such as Audley in the Royal National Park, Loftus, Engadine and Heathcote.
Grays Point enjoys a delightful, natural setting and features a large variety of wildlife including possums, sugar gliders, Mopoke owls, deer, wallabies, magpies and kookaburras. Housing range from affordable homes to luxury waterfronts.