Green Point is located on the NSW Central Coast with this suburb split along Avoca Drive. The western waterside side of Green Point leads down to the green, public reserves and dog exercise areas along the waterfront which is predominantly owner-occupied.
The eastern side near Erina has some newer developments, interspersed with some public housing (Katherine Crescent and surrounding cul-de-sacs are a bit of an eye-sore), along with some retirement living villages. Therefore the suburb, despite being geographically small with a relatively small population, has a broad demographic, ranging from multi-million dollar homes to higher density, low-cost living options, which tend to drag down the median home price (albeit there are no high rise developments in the suburb). The suburb has an Aldi on Avoca Drive and a Coles supermarket and other small shops, including a pharmacy, butcher, multiple doctors, vets, restaurants and cafes. Erina Fair is 5 minutes from Green Point (major shopping centre – Myer, K-Mart, Big W, Target, Woolworths, Coles, ALDI, Cinema). There are bush-walking and mountain biking trails directly adjacent to the suburb in Kincumba Mountain Reserve and a boat ramp granting access to Brisbane Water off Orana Street. Beaches at Terrigal, Avoca Beach and Copacabana are approximately 10-15 minutes drive. The M1 motorway to Sydney is 15-20 minutes away and Wahroonga (end of Motorway) is approximately 40 minutes. There is a lot to like about the suburb. It is unpretentious with established greenery and very central and accessible to the best parts of the south-eastern Central Coast.