Grays Point is an affluent neighbourhood in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 29 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the Sutherland Shire.
Grays Point is a small riverside enclave with picturesque views of the Port Hacking estuary. It is regarded as a desirable area due to its location on the North shore of the waterway and impressive residences. Grays Point is adjacent to the Royal National Park and the suburbs of Gymea Bay and Kirrawee. There is only one road available for vehicular access however multiple walking and mountain bike tracks link it with locations such as Audley in the Royal National Park, Engadine and Heathcote.
There is a small shallow boat ramp located at Swallow Rock Reserve for launching trailer boats, canoes and kayaks. 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.