Gully Falls House is set on the edge of Barrington Tops National Park and Wilderness, just leave your door and follow the walking track into the sub tropical Barrington Tops National Park and Chichester Forest, the most southern portion of the Tops.
Enjoy the relaxation of the spa house, three walls of glass louvers gives you the feeling of being part of the native surrounds enjoy the therapeutic spa and the magical sounds of the waterfalls.
Visit the historic towns of Dungog shire. Clarence Town, Dungog, Paterson and Morpeth taking in one of the many cafes and wineries.
Pack a picnic and drive to one of many beautiful spots in the National Park, beach wood/strangle fig forest, Mt Allyn lookout and many others scenic spots. The shire has five pristine rivers with wonderful shady spots to picnic and swimming in the summer, Chichester Dam (hot water supplied for coffee, no swimming or boating) has good picnic and BBQ facilities. Drive and walk maps are available at the house.
On the property apart from the ever present kookaburras, visitors are likely to see and hear bower birds, scrub turkeys, blue wrens, finches, swallows, rosellas, king parrots, wedge tail eagles, ducks, waterhen and many seasonal migrants such as rainbow birds and cuckoos, seed is supplied to feed the birds. The wallabies, kangaroos, possums, goannas and other lizards venture into the garden.
Watching the sun disappear behind the Barrington Mountains from the top of the hill and counting the millions of stars at night while listening to the frog sonata at the camp fire with seating ( initial wood supplied for a charge per night, additional wood available upon request at a additional charge).
Only 20km from the centre of Dungog: drive north along Dowling St to the Obelisk, turn left into Hook St.
Continue to the Caltex Shop,(.9km) turn right into Chichester Dam Rd (the High School will be on your right).
Continue on the tar road going over the Williams River (concrete bridge) at Bandon Grove, (11.5km) follow the tar until the Y junction (4km) veer right, onto Wangat Trig Rd (gravel road), continue until you come to the sign to Gully Falls House, (2.4km) turn left.
Continue along the gravel road going through 2 gates, then follow the road down the hill across a creek bed and up until you reach your hideaway (1.5km).
Be aware that the creek flows at all times and during times of heavy rainfall this maybe 3 to 4 inches deep, this usually subsides quickly.
4WD preferable. If in 2WD keep in low gear reasonable speed.
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Gully Falls House has a large verandah all around the house so you can enjoy all the wild life and views.
The house is perched above the water falls of Jerusalem Creek.
Gully Falls House is a pet friendly property.
Gully Falls House is a self sustained property from a rainwater system for the house and mountain creek water for the spa house. A filter system in the kitchen is connected however please bring own drinking water.