LUXURY | RIVER FRONT | STUNNING HOUSE
Are you looking for the ultimate South Australian, riverside holiday experience?
This brand new property is NEW to the holiday vacation scene, and ready to impress. There is plenty of room to move both inside and out. Luxuriously furnished with tasteful decorations creating the perfect ambiance for you to relax and unwind by the river.
But it doesn't end there ... the property also boasts a LARGE balcony overlooking the Murray River and Marina, it has it's own private jetty/dock and your own private beach to enjoy! There is also a boat ramp 1 minute down the road.
4 Bedrooms (can accommodate 12 guests with ease - plus 2 x additional beds can be arranged if required - Maximum 14 guests). Please enquire about options to accommodated extra guests for large groups. This property can accommodate 3 x families.
- Bedroom 1 - King Bed
- Bedroom 2 - Queen Bed
- Bedroom 3 - Queen Bed
- Bedroom 4 - Queen Bed
- Downstairs Common Space - 2 x Double Bunk Beds + 2 x additional trundle beds can be made available as required.
Ample parking for cars, boats and trailers etc.
This property is pet friendly, making it popular for many and varied families. You are welcome to bring your favourite furry friend so long as they are kept in the enclosed yard during the day and you bring a dog bed for them to sleep on inside at night and they stay out of bedrooms.Guests are very welcome to bring their pets on holiday but it is preferable that they remain outside. There is a huge back yard for them to run in and the beach just a short stroll through the sand dunes which they will love. One dog per stay.
These T&C's apply to our Pet-Friendly properties
- Please clean up and dispose of pet droppings
- Any repairs or cleaning required due to pets will be charged to the security deposit.
- Management will not accept liability of any pets or animals at the property.
- If extra cleaning is required due to your pets, fees will be charged accordingly
Wellington - Gateway to Lake Alexandrina
Located 105 km south-east of Adelaide, Wellington is a small settlement on the banks of the River Murray. Like Tailem Bend, prior to European settlement the area around Wellington was home to the Ngarrindjeri people. They made bark and reed canoes and lived on the fish and the animals which came to the riverbank.
Following Captain Charles Sturt the whole area along the Murray was opened up by overlanders who moved sheep and cattle across the land. It was the colonial land developer, John Morphett, who saw Wellington's potential. By1839 Wellington had become one of the most important settlements on the Murray. The ferry (which was established that year) and the town became the only point where traffic could cross the Murray.
On the northern side of the Wellington Ferry you'll discover the beautifully restored Pangarinda Arboretum.Perfect for natural lovers and birdwatchers its a great place to see how nature can be restored to a damaged envrionment.
MURRAY RIVER, LAKES AND COORONG
Whether you want to relax at the house or, explore Australia's longest river, connect with Indigenous culture, sample farm-fresh product, hop aboard a historic paddle steamer or see native species in the wild, the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong ticks all the boxes.
Monarto Open Range Zoo
Just an hour's drive from Adelaide, Monartois home to the largest open range zoo in Australia. Across more than 1,500 hectares, see giraffes, rhinos and chimpanzees (just to name a few). The animals can be viewed from either the walking trails or regular shuttle bus.
Ngarkart Conservation Park
Hike, bird watch and picnic within the Ngarkart Conseravtion Park. Explore and find some of the 120 native bird species, included are the yellow-tailed black cockatoos and honeyeaters. Enjoy a lovely picnic with local produce or even hike to Tyms Lookout.
Cruises range in length from one hour to a seven night break down the river. Day Tour Cruises stop regularly at points along the river for on-shore guided walks to secluded lagoons, national parks or indigenous sites.
Hire a canoe or kayak and paddle your way through the secluded backwaters of the Murray River. For the adventurous, speed-boating, jet-skiing and water-skiing are always fun pursuits.
Food and Wine
Famous for wild-caught Coorong Mullet this region also produces cheeses, great wines and virgin olive oil and other artisan food products.
One of Australias most iconic parks, the Coorong, is a 130 kilometre expanse of saltwater lagoons and striking scenery. To fully appreciate the Coorongs magic, hit the walking trails, paddle, kayak or four wheel drive (4WD) along designated tracks to unspoilt places. You can even learn from a local and join a Coorong tour.