Wandering, WA, Australia Accommodations

Accommodations in Wandering

Home/Apartment
Excellent
19 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThis one-bedroom 4.5 star cottage situated in an organic vineyard in the picturesque Hotham Valley, a short 90 minute drive south-east of the Perth CBD. The charming rustic cottages each sleep two guests and have a large modern en-suite, contemporary kitchen, comfortable dining and living area. The front veranda looks out over the ever changing panorama of the Hotham Valley. The secluded courtyard allows views of the extensive vineyard towards the containing old growth white gums and jarrah forest. It is a tranquil property that allows guests a comfortable and quiet retreat, away from the bustle of urban living. Guests can walk and enjoy the 167 acres of vines and natural bush. The bistro and cellar door serves sour-dough pizza and gourmet locally sourced food. The boutique wines served are award winning organic and estate grown. The bistro is open Saturday & Sunday for lunch from 12 noon. Dinner is available on request Guest AccessRelax, unwind and enjoy nature in the picturesc Hotham Valley. There are gardens set in 5 acres which includes ponds and waterfalls. The property is registered with Land for Wildlife. The vineyard, orchards and vegetable garden are organic/biodynamic. These same principles are used in the winery producing organic/biodynamic wines. There are walking trails on the 167 acre property with plenty of places to see the bush and watch the wildlife. Interaction with GuestsWe offer meals in our bistro and we are also happy to give you a winery tour. The NeighborhoodNearby Attractions Dryandra Woodlands and Barna Mia wildlife sanctuary. Situated 30km towards Narrogin Dryandra offers the chance to see echidnas and rare numbats in the wild. But even if you aren't lucky, you are guaranteed to see some cute critters at Barna Mia which are near impossible to see in the wild, like the Bilby. The sunset tours to watch the small marsupials, must be booked with DEC Narrogin on (phone number hidden). Boyagin Rock Walk and Reserve. This walk is within the small Boyagin Nature Reserve (4966 ha, declared in 1991). The Reserve is a fascinating place and, the walk can be completed comfortably as a day walk. Ranford Pool. The pool is situated at the end of River Road, Ranford. It provides a pleasant resting place for canoeing, birdwatching, fishing and more. Boddington Fish Ladder. The fish ladder was designed to assist river fauna movement upstream which would otherwise congregate at the base of the weir and become easy prey to predators. Construction consisted of a series of pools in a 1 in 20 gradient with a reduced weir height entry to the ladder. The fish ladder is the only one of its kind in Western Australia. Lane Poole Reserve. The reserve covers nearly 55,000 hectares, ranging from the steeply forested valley slopes and rock-rimmed pools of the Murray River near the Darling Scarp to the more open, undulating jarrah and wandoo woodlands further east. Tall blackbutt, jarrah and marri forest shades the river valley, and on either side of the river gravel roads lead to recreation (website hidden) Cook. Mount Cooke is well known for its walk track which is part of the Bibbulmun Track. The Bibbulmun walk track leads from a parking and picnic area, and goes thousands of metres through the Jarrah forest, coloured with a host of wildflowers in all seasons, to the summit of Mount Cooke (581m the highest point of the Darling Scarp). Getting AroundThe best way to get around is by car, there is no public transport to Wandering. The nearest bus-stop is at North Banister. About 30 km north of Wandering, transfers from and to the bus stop can be arranged for a small fee.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThe apartment is located on the first floor of the winery, and is overlooking the gardens, vineyard and the old growth tree-lined ridge, with itrs majestic Wandoo and Jarrah trees. Guest AccessRelax, unwind and enjoy nature in the picturesc Hotham Valley. There are gardens set in 5 acres which includes ponds and waterfalls. The property is registered with Land for Wildlife. The vineyard, orchards and vegetable garden are organic/biodynamic. These same principles are used in the winery producing organic/biodynamic wines. There are walking trails on the 167 acre property with plenty of places to see the bush and watch the wildlife. Interaction with GuestsWe offer meals in our bistro we are also happy to give you a winery tour. The NeighborhoodRelax, unwind and enjoy nature in the picturesc Hotham Valley. There are gardens set in 5 acres which includes ponds and waterfalls. The property is registered with Land for Wildlife. The vineyard, orchards and vegetable garden are organic/biodynamic. These same principles are used in the winery producing organic/biodynamic wines. There are walking trails on the 167 acre property with plenty of places to see the bush and watch the wildlife. Nearby Attractions Dryandra Woodlands and Barna Mia wildlife sanctuary. Situated 30km towards Narrogin Dryandra offers the chance to see echidnas and rare numbats in the wild. But even if you aren't lucky, you are guaranteed to see some cute critters at Barna Mia which are near impossible to see in the wild, like the Bilby. The sunset tours to watch the small marsupials, must be booked with DEC Narrogin on (phone number hidden). Boyagin Rock Walk and Reserve. This walk is within the small Boyagin Nature Reserve (4966 ha, declared in 1991). The Reserve is a fascinating place and, the walk can be completed comfortably as a day walk. Ranford Pool. The pool is situated at the end of River Road, Ranford. It provides a pleasant resting place for canoeing, birdwatching, fishing and more. Boddington Fish Ladder. The fish ladder was designed to assist river fauna movement upstream which would otherwise congregate at the base of the weir and become easy prey to predators. Construction consisted of a series of pools in a 1 in 20 gradient with a reduced weir height entry to the ladder. The fish ladder is the only one of its kind in Western Australia. Lane Poole Reserve. The reserve covers nearly 55,000 hectares, ranging from the steeply forested valley slopes and rock-rimmed pools of the Murray River near the Darling Scarp to the more open, undulating jarrah and wandoo woodlands further east. Tall blackbutt, jarrah and marri forest shades the river valley, and on either side of the river gravel roads lead to recreation (website hidden) Cook. Mount Cooke is well known for its walk track which is part of the Bibbulmun Track. The Bibbulmun walk track leads from a parking and picnic area, and goes thousands of metres through the Jarrah forest, coloured with a host of wildflowers in all seasons, to the summit of Mount Cooke (581m the highest point of the Darling Scarp). Getting AroundThe best way to get around is by car, there is no public transport to Wandering. The nearest bus-stop is at North Banister. About 30 km north of Wandering, transfers from and to the bus stop can be arranged for a small fee.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Parking
Guest AccessAccess to surrounding paddocks and bushland but not to sheds and machinery for safety reasons. The kitchen only has a microwave for cooking as we are not set up yet for gas cooking. The cottage is also utilised as storage space for the host's craft projects but this is packed away so guests can utilise space effectively. Interaction with GuestsYour host will be available when you arrive to help you settle in and available for any questions you have. The NeighborhoodWe live close to natural bushland on a working farm. Wild life viewing such as emus, kangaroos and birdlife is available year round. Getting AroundThe closest public transport is about 25 km away where a Transwest bus stops at Crossman on its way from Perth to Albany daily. Pick up and drop off is available for an extra fee. Please enquire.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceOne of two one-bedroom 4.5 star cottages situated on an organic vineyard in the picturesque Hotham Valley, a short 90 minute drive south-east of the Perth CBD. The charming rustic cottages each sleep two guests and have a large modern en-suite, contemporary kitchen, comfortable dining and living area. The front veranda looks out over the ever changing panorama of the Hotham Valley. The secluded courtyard allows views of the extensive vineyard towards the containing old growth white gums and jarrah forest. It is a tranquil property that allows guests a comfortable and quiet retreat, away from the bustle of urban living. Guests can walk and enjoy the 167 acres of vines and natural bush. The bistro and cellar door serves sour-dough pizza and gourmet locally sourced food. The boutique wines served are award winning organic and estate grown. The bistro is open Saturday and Sunday for lunch from 12 noon. Dinner is available on request. Guest AccessRelax, unwind and enjoy nature in the picturesc Hotham Valley. There are gardens set in 5 acres which includes ponds and waterfalls. The property is registered with Land for Wildlife. The vineyard, orchards and vegetable garden are organic/biodynamic. These same principles are used in the winery producing organic/biodynamic wines. There are walking trails on the 167 acre property with plenty of places to see the bush and watch the wildlife. Interaction with GuestsWe offer meals in our bistro and we are also happy to give you a winery tour. The NeighborhoodNearby Attractions Dryandra Woodlands and Barna Mia wildlife sanctuary. Situated 30km towards Narrogin Dryandra offers the chance to see echidnas and rare numbats in the wild. But even if you aren't lucky, you are guaranteed to see some cute critters at Barna Mia which are near impossible to see in the wild, like the Bilby. The sunset tours to watch the small marsupials, must be booked with DEC Narrogin on (phone number hidden). Boyagin Rock Walk and Reserve. This walk is within the small Boyagin Nature Reserve (4966 ha, declared in 1991). The Reserve is a fascinating place and, the walk can be completed comfortably as a day walk. Ranford Pool. The pool is situated at the end of River Road, Ranford. It provides a pleasant resting place for canoeing, birdwatching, fishing and more. Boddington Fish Ladder. The fish ladder was designed to assist river fauna movement upstream which would otherwise congregate at the base of the weir and become easy prey to predators. Construction consisted of a series of pools in a 1 in 20 gradient with a reduced weir height entry to the ladder. The fish ladder is the only one of its kind in Western Australia. Lane Poole Reserve. The reserve covers nearly 55,000 hectares, ranging from the steeply forested valley slopes and rock-rimmed pools of the Murray River near the Darling Scarp to the more open, undulating jarrah and wandoo woodlands further east. Tall blackbutt, jarrah and marri forest shades the river valley, and on either side of the river gravel roads lead to recreation (website hidden) Cook. Mount Cooke is well known for its walk track which is part of the Bibbulmun Track. The Bibbulmun walk track leads from a parking and picnic area, and goes thousands of metres through the Jarrah forest, coloured with a host of wildflowers in all seasons, to the summit of Mount Cooke (581m the highest point of the Darling Scarp). Getting AroundThe best way to get around is by car, there is no public transport to Wandering. The nearest bus-stop is at North Banister. About 30 km north of Wandering, transfers from and to the bus stop can be arranged for a small fee.
Bedroom
Excellent
10 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Pillow and Pony (Box Farm) is a war time mud brick cottage set on 22 acres. You will be staying in the guest room, which has two single beds. Box Farm is 15 minutes by car from Cuballing, and 35kms from Barna Mia Animal Sanctuary, which runs incredible nocturnal tours. Guest AccessEquestrian guests can bring their horses. There is a day pen with a trough and a shelter, and a place to park your float. Other guests can bring their dogs if they'd like (no entire males though please). Feel free to make the house your own. Use of kitchen, laundry etc. Interaction with GuestsI live at Box Farm, so we'll be roomies! Not literally. :) The NeighborhoodPopanyinning is in Dryandra Country, which is well known for its beautiful wildflowers. Just over 2 hours SE of Perth, it's an easy drive from the city on your way to Margaret River, Esperance, or Albany. Getting AroundThere is a bus from Perth, but you'll find it hard to get around this area without a car.
house
2br house
  • Pets Allowed
This great turn of the century cottage is 200 metres Hotham River and close to cafe, supermarket and restaurant. It has open fireplaces and reverse cycle airconditioner and a very cosy home for weekend away or for extended stay in Boddington. Ideal for executive leasing or just a break from the city. The owner has travelled around the world and has attempted to think of everything that you would need to make your weekend or short stay perfect. It has large backyard. Take a break and come and visit my comfortable cottage in the centre of Boddington. It has two bedrooms and one has queen and the second has queen and a bunk bed. It also has a brand new kitchen with large oven and microwave and dishwasher. Looking for a short break away from the city Linen can be provided if requested Ideal escape in Boddington
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
This great turn of the century cottage is 200 metres Hotham River and close to cafe, supermarket and restaurant. It has open fireplaces and reverse cycle airconditioner and a very cosy home for weekend away or for extended stay in Boddington. Ideal for executive leasing or just a break from the city. The owner has travelled around the world and has attempted to think of everything that you would need to make your weekend or short stay perfect. It has large backyard. Take a break and come and visit my comfortable cottage in the centre of Boddington. It has two bedrooms and one has queen and the second has queen and a bunk bed. It also has a brand new kitchen with large oven and microwave and dishwasher. Looking for a short break away from the city Linen can be provided if requested Ideal escape in Boddington
hotel
12br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
When visiting Cuballing, Cuballing Tavern is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Cuballing Tavern, which serves local cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner.
Bed & Breakfast
1br Bed & Breakfast
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
My place is close to parks and restaurants and dining. You’ll love my place because of the cosiness and the high ceilings. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceLoads of parking space and kennels Guest AccessPaddocks and kennels Interaction with GuestsIts a family home! The NeighborhoodTranquility Getting AroundIts very remote!
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThe cottage is a historic building restored and this add to its charm. The gardens around are constantly changing and through ongoing upgrades the cottage is always at hotel standards. The recent addition of new beds, TV and barbecue add a modern touch to the old world ambience of the cottage. The cottage was built in 1845 as one of two garrisons for soldiers on the original track between Swan River Colony (Perth) and King George's Sound (Albany). It is located near a ford on the Williams River, which can still be seen today. The original settlement was known as "Williamsburgh". Later when the Albany Highway was rerouted the settlement moved to the town of Williams, but the cottage remains as the oldest building in the area, and an important piece of Western Australian history. Guest AccessIn and around the farm are waiting for everyone unlimited things for your holiday or stay. There is the space for relaxing, being together with your loved ones - simply to plug out. Everything is provided to relax in front of a wood fire, maybe with movies, books or games... And there is everything given for an adventures time in a clean and beautiful environment. Go to the lake, hiking through the valleys and mountains, play outside, go for a ride... there´s a lot around. For day trips there are great activities around: climb up the Gloucester Tree, go hiking in the karri forest or go to the Quindanning Pub. Activities: - Horse Riding Lessons (By appointment only) - Animals Nearby - our kangaroos Skip & Jarrah, Dogs, Cats, Horses, Cattle, Sheep - Walks with picnics through the rolling hills of Boraning - Swimming in the Lake (Children must be accompanied) - Relaxing by the re in the cottage or on the Verandah - 15 minutes from the historic ‘Quindanning Pub’ - Golf Course at Williams - Visit our biodynamic and organic farm shop and cafe Interaction with GuestsWe are living close to the cottage and you are more than welcome to ask us any questions as we are happy to help you to make your stay as amazing as possible. In some distance to the cottage, we have a vibrant Community living who are welcoming you to join in to our activities with a huge range including riding lessons, gardening, singing workshop or simply going for a picnic on one of the mountains. Other Things to NoteWe also offer camping spots for $25 p.n. We also offer dinner with dessert for $35 p.p. Also available is horse riding for $80 p.h. this can be shared between a group.
Bed & Breakfast
1br Bed & Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe cottage is a historic cottage which is full restored and gains more and more to its charm. The gardens around get bigger and more abundantly and through ongoing upgrades the cottage is always at hotel standards. The recently set in new beds, a new TV and a new barbecue are waiting for you, for a new sense of well-being. Other Things to NoteWe got different houses and rooms and will manage everything in your best interest. Price may vary from 145-175$ p.n. [price for 1 room] We also offer camping spots for 25$ p.n. We also offer dinner with dessert for 30$p.p. Also available is horse riding for 80$p.p.
Bed & Breakfast
1br Bed & Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe cottage is a historic cottage which is full restored and gains more and more to its charm. The gardens around get bigger and more abundantly and through ongoing upgrades the cottage is always at hotel standards. The recently set in new beds, a new TV and a new barbecue are waiting for you, for a new sense of well-being.
Retreat
1br Retreat
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
Do you want some time to reflect on your relationship with God, to pray or to study in peace and tranquillity? We offer a place of silence. We offer a place of friendship. We offer a place of laughter. Our place is suitable for couples, solo adventurers, and furry friends (pets).
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceLight and airy bedroom with queen bed. Your own bathroom next door and no sharing as we have our own ensuite. Our dogs are house dogs as you can see in the photo. Guest AccessShared lounge dining room, kitchen and huge covered veranda area. Whole house reverse cycle aircon and great fire for winter nights. Interaction with GuestsI'm here most days to help with any questions and generally make your stay hassle free. My husband is always happy to discuss good wine and share a glass with guests. In short, we are doing BnB to meet new people and share a little hospitality. The NeighborhoodNo neighbours either side and a creek at the rear means it's usually very peaceful here. Getting AroundNo transport but nothing's far in Boddington. Plenty of off street parking Other Things to NoteShort walk to cafes and hotel. We can give you the tips on finding wild flowers in the area.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
This unique stone cottage is located on the Williams River on "Boraning", a 3000 acre bio-dynamic organic farm 17 kms west of Williams. "Boraning" is home to the Newton-Wordsworth family. It has been farmed using bio-dynamic organic methods for over 25 years.The Newton-Wordsworth Family was awarded The Sustainability Award in the Western Australian Community and Regional Awards in 2012. The cottage was built as one of two garrisons for soldiers on the original track between Swan River Colony (Perth) and King George's Sound (Albany). It was located near a ford on the Williams River, which can still be seen today. The original settlement was known as "Williamsburgh". Later when the Albany Highway was rerouted the settlement moved to the town of Williams, but the cottage remains as the oldest buiding in the area, and an important piece of Western Australian history. On "Boraning" near the Cottage is the Bio-dynamic and Organic Farm Shop and Cafe, and the Christian Community Centre. The Newton-Wordsworth Family's bio-dynamic beef and lamb have been included in the West Australian Newspaper food critic Rob Broadfield's top 10 gourmet products of Western Australia, and these and other organic products can be bought on farm. Meals are available in the Cafe or delivered to the Cottage by arrangement. Visitors can enjoy the organic vegetable garden and nearby pistachio orchard at the Christian Community Centre, and they can experience a gourmet organic roast meal and home made gourmet olives, olive oil, jams and marmalades. Near the Cottage there is also a horse training centre, as The Newton-Wordsworth Family breed and train horses for the Olympic Sport of Eventing and general riding. Visitors can meet the horses, watch them being trained, and horse riding experiences/lessons on a quiet horse in an enclosed area are available by appointment. Boraning is a working bio-dynamic/organic farm with cattle, sheep, horses, haymaking, cropping, and orchards including olives, pistachios, figs and citrus, so varying activities are going on year round, depending on the season. It is also the home of international singer songwriter Kelly Newton-Wordsworth and the music production company Newtone Productions. Boraning is set in rolling hills on the eastern foothills of the Darling Scarp, and is superb land for walks, picnics, swims in the lake, and relaxing around the fire in the Cottage or on the verandah. The aboriginal placename for this area was "Boraning" and it remains this today. An aboriginal elder said this name means "place of spiritual wisdom". "Boraning" is central to a number of important population centres in WA. It is 2 hours drive from Perth, 1 1/4 hours from Mandurah and Bunbury, 2 1/2 hours from Albany and on the way to Esperance. It is around 40 minutes from Dryandra Forest, and the historic Quindanning Pub is only 15 minutes away. There is a golf course at Williams around 20 minutes away, and there is fishing and picnicing in bush on the Murray River on the Harvey Road around 40 minutes away. The Newton-Wordsworth Family invite you to come and experience "Boraning". Bio-dynamic organic farming, gourmet olives and oil, marmalades, meats and pistachios. Featuring horse training and riding