Original Over the Back Lakeside Spa Cottage

A wooden cabin, in a bush setting.

Situated in natural bush beside picturesque Lake Meadowbank, Over the Back is a two bedroom fully self contained cottage. Sleeping five, Over the Back has a spacious living area, wood heater, corner spa and deck with beautiful water and mountain views. Perfect for romantic couples or travelling families.

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Wedgetail Wings

A lounge room, featuring wooden floor boards and large windows.

Completed in December 08 this new 2 bedroom 2 bathroom house also overlooks the beautiful lake. This cottage has a large deck with Gas BBQ, fully equipped dishwasher kitchen and an alcove spa with perfect views. There is a large Plasma TV in the spacious open plan living area as designed for the meeting venue for small groups staying in 2 or more of our cabins. Perfect for 2 couples travelling together.

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A wooden cabin, in a bush setting, with three women on the balcony.

Also brand new, this delightful signature studio is hidden from other cottages. Lake views, canvassing our private bush patch where native animals pop out for their evening feed. Queen size bed, double spa, cozy deck with BBQ and a simple kitchenette make it quick and easy for a sexy getaway or overnight stop. You may even meet our visiting sea eagle !!!!!

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Curringa Farmhouse Cottage

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A 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom farmhouse that is perfect for larger families. Sleeps 8 people.
Set within the farmyard complex and 3kms from the lakeside apartments this is the house Tim grew up in as a child.
This farmhouse is very comfortable with a wood fire heater and beautiful views of a wetland bird sanctuary.
Fully equipped kitchen and Gas outdoor BBQ.

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Prices start at $215 double per night for two people. Additional charge of $45 for each extra person applies.

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