at Waratah Bay, to
the abundant native bird life in the
early morning. You'll hear the crash of
the waves on the beach. All this starting from $67 pp/night, based on 6 people!! (Seasonal Rate) ONLY 40 Metres to the beach (or 30 second walk)!!!!!!!
Surrounded by trees, and superbly positioned within 40 metres from the luxurious Waratah Bay beach with pure white sand, this beach house is spacious, homely, cozy and extremely comfortable.
Well equipped kitchen facilities, open living and dining boasting
a wood heater and reverse cycle split system A/C, generous
rear lounge offering a private deck with gas BBQ and
Waratah Bay Beach House is well appointed. BYO sheets
& Towels only (doonas with cover provided). The
kitchen includes microwave, refrigerator and separate bar
fridge. There is a washing machine, dryer, 2 TV sets with
Saellite HD, DVD player, CD & tape player and also a baby high chair.
All this and only 40 metres to the beach & kiosk!
Three generous bedrooms (queen, double and 2 singles - sleeps 6 easily), central bathroom with shower over bath, separate toilet and separate laundry.
Enjoy fishing, swimming and walking along this secluded beach and also only a short drive to Wilsons Promontory, Walkerville, Cape Liptrap, Foster and Fish Creek.
In the off-peak season at Waratah Bay you might be alone on the beach! Go fishing or a nice walk on the
beach. See the Waratah National Park with an abundance of birds, wombats and kangaroos. Walking at sunrise/sunset
and to often see nobody is great! It's great to know that you'll feel many miles away and yet the way the crow flies, Melbourne is only 124km away!
The entire beach is a surf beach - great fishing and surfing,
Arrive back from swimming (or stay in bed!),
make a nice
coffee! The beach is only 40 metres away. Visit Sandy Point
for a tea/coffee or a bite to eat, or enjoy the silence with
only the birds and sound of waves. You'll have no one
you all day! Read a book to help unwind.
Walking along Waratah Bay is great
- no traffic and few town lights, and very few (if any people in the low season).
A good time to see Waratah Bay, away from crowds is midweek (weekends attract minimal people) and outside of the school holidays - but any time really is great!
... No matter when you decide to visit, Waratah Bay is great!!...