"I went for a walk alone in the forest on your wonderful property. The wind rushing through the tall forest sounded just like crashing waves. To my amazement, I came across a mob of Kangaroos. The just jumped straight past me, so very close! This is an experience I will treasure forever, thank you"
Experience and enjoy a natural and remote setting complete with uncompromising luxury. Set on a 200 hectare rural property 1.5 hours from Canberra and 3 hours from Sydney.
The setting is quintessentially Australian. Luxurious and elegant 5 star accommodation set in the NSW south coast ranges on the pristine Corang River, just 10 minutes from Morton National Park and 40kms from the heritage listed town of Braidwood.
Specifically designed to provide you and your guests with the ultimate vacation home, with luxury that is defined by traditional details, Dungowan House is an architectural masterwork.
A low emission triple insulated, energy efficient home complete with double glazing, solar thermal in-floor heating system, travertine marble and wool carpet floors, full chefs kitchen, butlers kitchen, mud room, five bathrooms (main in carrara marble), media room with 60 plasma TV, upstairs winter lounge room and downstairs formal lounge room, living room, wine cellar, covered three metre verandah, CBUS home automation system with touch-screen control and satellite television.
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Dungowan House + The Barn $1400 per night. No other charges apply, this is a full service all inclusive rate.
This is the ideal escape if you really want to get away from it all and crave something completely different!
As an added bonus, guests have exclusive access to "The Boatshed", which is located by the private lake and only 3 minutes walk from "The Barn" and "Dungowan House". This is a great place to relax and chat by the external open fire on the deck with friends or curl up on the couch inside and enjoy your favourite book (or select one from the bookcase). A fireplace is also located inside for those cooler times. There is also a desk and wireless broadband.
This is a $4 million dollar property and as you can understand, we need to be selective. We would appreciate a few details of your booking in the comments section.
Location and Surrounds
Dungowan was designed so that you don't need to leave.
Unlike other offerings, Dungowan is a purposely designed Vacation Home. It is not home to an owner and you will have the entire farm to yourself (with the exception of staff and caretakers from time to time).
As guests of this very special escape you are encouraged to relax, unwind and maybe take in a few gentle walks around the property. However should you wish to take in the sights of the area, there are four rivers in the district, The Corang, The Endrick, Mongarlowe and Shoalhaven River. The historic town of Braidwood is 40kms away and is a great place to stock up on supplies. The south coast beaches & Jervis Bay are also a good option for a day trip.
Morton National Park (Wog Wog entrance) is a 10 minute drive. Walks to the mountain summits offer magnificent, panoramic views of the rugged cliffs and gorges of the Budawang Ranges.
You will need to allow at least one full day hiking to see some of the attractions, as they are deep in the national park. Dungowan is the perfect place to establish a base camp for those wishing to undertake a more in-depth exploration of the Morton National Park.
To the east are the two elongated plateaux of Byangee Walls and the Castle. Sandstone layers deposited by a shallow sea 250 million years ago, can be seen in the surrounding cliffs.
Theses mountains are situated at the south-east corner of the 162 000-ha Morton National Park, one of the state's largest. Containing a sizeable portion of the Southern Highlands, its features include rugged sandstone cliffs, deep, well-forested valleys, and the Clyde, Shoalhaven, Endrick, Corang, Mongarlowe and Kangaroo Rivers.
Due to its size, the park features a number of landforms, climatic circumstances and habitats - sedgeland, woodland, heath and rainforests. The transition from one to another can be quite dramatic. The landforms are also various and hence there is a diversity of flora and fauna. There are wildflowers in abundance on the plateaux, giant turpentine trees below the major cliffs, coachwood and black ash in abundance and true rainforest canopy where the soil is richest.
The national park (and Dungowan) has numerous birds, including hawks, wedge-tailed eagles, sea eagles, parrots, honeyeaters, black cockatoos, lorikeets, crimson rosellas, cuckoos, cormorants, grebes and lyrebirds.
Dogs love Dungowan. There is plenty of room to run around, seek out new smells, play, swim and be free.
At Dungowan, friendly house trained dogs are allowed, though it is requested that they do not enter carpeted areas or sit on any furniture.
There is abundant wildlife at Dungowan, with most being nocturnal. Dogs and wildlife do not mix. We ask that you be mindful of this and keep your dogs in control when wildlife or other animals (cattle) are about.
Airconditioning, Swimming Pool, Washing Machine, Video Games
- Clothes dryer
- Cooking Facilities
- DVD player
- Free WiFi
- High chair
- In slab heating
- In-house Movies/Videos
- Ironing Facilities
- Linen Supplied
- Open Fireplace
- Pay Television
- Pets allowed
- Rumpus room
- Swimming Pool
- Towels Supplied
- Video Games
- Washing Machine
House price = $1200p/n, Barn = $200p/n
Note: Pricing is subject to change, and a minimum stay period and other conditions may apply. You should confirm pricing with the property owner.
Prices listed based on 18 adults. Property has 13 beds and can sleep a maximum 20 people.
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