The SpaceCome and relax in this airy and light-filled home on 25 acres of private bushland adjoining the Wallingat National Park. Enjoy filtered lake views and easy access to pristine beaches. Ideal for families and well-behaved pets with lots of space to spread out and enjoy the simplicity, peace and tranquility of this unique coastal setting.
Bedroom 1 with ensuite - 1 queen bed
Bedroom 2 - 1 double bed
Bedroom 3 - 2 single beds
Bedroom 4 - 1 double bed
1 bathroom with separate toilet
Open plan living and dining
Spacious wrap around decks for outside eating and entertaining
Linen: You will need to bring your own fitted/flat sheets and bath/beach towels. We provide doonas, doona covers, pillows, pillow cases, wool blankets, cotton blankets, bath mats, hand towels and tea towels. We can provide sheets/towels at an additional cost.
Other items provided:
Kitchen: dishwashing liquid; dishwasher tablets; hand wash; sponges; steel wool; paper towel; paper serviettes; aluminium foil; cling wrap; baking paper; tea lights; matches; salt & pepper; oil & vinegar
Laundry: laundry detergent
Bathrooms: hand soap, shampoo, conditioner, body soap
Wood burning stove: wood, fire starters, matches, newspaper provided. The wood shed is located outside the sliding door nearest the wood burning stove.
There are four electric oil heaters throughout the house. Guest AccessEnjoy the best of both worlds. Bring your bikes, boards and boats to take full advantage of this ideally situated property. Woodstock is conveniently located near scenic bike and walking trails and is within a 10 minute drive to all local beaches including the stunning Seal Rocks, Celito and Boomerang Beaches. There is also easy access to boat launching ramps at Myall, Smiths and Wallis Lakes. The Sugarcreek Creek Floral Reserve and Whoota Lookout with panoramic views over the entire district are located nearby. Interaction with GuestsWe can arrange to meet you on arrival and settle you in or we can organise to leave the keys in the key safe for you. The NeighborhoodLOCAL SHOPS
There are several small shopping centres in the area.
Blueys Beach, Boomerang Drive
General store, cafes, take away, surf shop, gift shops, bottle shop (good range of deli items), chemist, real estate agents, doctor’s surgery, visitor information centre with internet access
Smiths Lake, Macwood Road
General store, butcher, bottle shop, bakery, real estate agent, café, hairdresser
Oasis Caravan Park general store, Boomerang Drive
Petrol, gas bottles, deli items, fresh vegetables
Lakes Way, Charlotte Bay
Petrol, post office, hairdresser, fresh seafood, real estate agent
Bungwahl General Store, The Lakes Way
Petrol, bottle shop, limited range of fresh goods, take away kiosk (opens summer and school holidays)
There is a large shopping centre in Forster with Woolworths, Coles and Aldi and specialty shops. There is a wide range of shops in Wharf St Forster and in Tuncurry
Great Lakes Council will recycle paper, cardboard, all cans, glass bottles, milk, juice and P.E.T. containers.
Bins go out on Sugarcreek Rd Tuesday night for Wednesday collection.
*Please note that we do not permit smoking on the property*
ABC Classic FM 987.6
Radio National FM 971
Local ABC FM 955
Elizabeth Beach is the only patrolled beach. All other beaches require care if you are inexperienced or unfamiliar with surf conditions.
South-East facing beaches are the best to use if the wind is from the North-East
South-East facing beaches:
Blueys, Boomerang, Celito, Lighthouse
North facing beaches are the best to use if the wind is from the South
North facing beaches:
Elizabeth, Shelly, Number One & Boat Beach (Seal Rocks)
Sheltered, calm, child-friendly swimming spots:
Neranie, Myall Lakes NP (not in a Southerly)
Frothy Coffee Boatshed Beach, Smiths Lake (not in a Westerly)
Wallingat NP picnic area, Wallingat river
Best sunset/full moon spot
Whoota Whoota Lookout, Wallingat NP
Bramble’s Reserve and Frothy Coffee on Smiths Lake
Nerani on Myall Lake
Forster and Tuncurry
The Bowling Club (Macwood Rd, Smiths Lake) and the Pacific Palms Rec Club (The Lakes Way) both sell good quality bistro-style food. Other places to eat are:
Moby’s Resort, Boomerang Beach
The Kingfisher, Boomerang Drive
Jenz Café, Boomerang Drive
Kembali Cafe, Boomerang Drive
Hueys on Blueys Pizza, Boomerang Drive
Jetsu Kitchen, The Lakes Way, Pacific Palms
Last Sunday in the month, 9am – 1pm next to Pacific Palms Rec Club, The Lakes Way. Local and imported items, plants, food, new and second hand cloth, local crafts and artwork, soap, homemade produce, fruit and vegetables. Getting AroundThe Smiths Lake Bowling Club and Pacific Palms Recreation Club both have courtesy buses that can pick you up and drop you off. Other Things to Note•As we are on tank water, please be ‘water wise’ by not letting taps run. The house runs on solar hot water, so if the sun is not shining, you may need to switch on the hot water booster located in the laundry (switch on wall to your left as you enter) which takes approximately one hour to heat up.
• Septic System: Please NO bleach products down the drains. Toilet paper only no wipes. Discard all other sanitary items in bins provided (extra toilet paper under bathroom sinks).
•There is an unfenced dam on the property, so mind your children.
•Be mindful when walking in the bush. It is vast out there, and you can easily lose your bearings. Stay on the trails.
Before leaving, we would greatly appreciate it if you could leave the house as you found it and:
•Turn off all lights, fans and heaters.
•Load the dishwasher and switch it on.
•Take out the rubbish and dispose in the bins at the bottom of the drive (yellow for recycling, red for rubbish).
•Return keys to safe and scramble numbers.