Inspired by the colours and textures of Central and South America, Casa Comboyne is a unique location where you can retreat, relax and restore in a setting of great natural beauty.
With sweeping views across eucalypt and white cedar forests to the coast, Casa Comboyne is the perfect place to do everything from spending time with family to running a corporate retreat, painting, writing or maybe putting your feet up and reading. At night, star gazing is a must as is curling up by the wood fire. A fully equipped kitchen with a new British Flacon stove boasting two ovens along with a fresh vegetable and herb garden means you can cook to your hearts content.
We can accommodate 14 people across two separate dwellings - The Farmhouse and The Cottage.
Guests receive a complimentary bottle of Argentinian wine on arrival. We also proudly use organic skin and hair care products by Sanctum (of Byron Bay).
All linen is supplied.
Your hosts Gail and Harry look forward to hearing from you and answering any queries you may have.
The Comboyne Plateau is a unique location, the only true plateau in Australia, 700metres above sea level and surrounded by nature reserves and national parks, yet only 30km from stunning coast and beaches of the NSW Mid North Coast.
ABUNDANCE OF BIRD LIFE.
A unique feature of the Comboyne Plateau is the extraordinary bird life you will experience from simply sitting on the deck. The Casa offers all you need for a true escape, whether it is to simply unwind and enjoy the view or embark upon a range of nearby adventures.
Located in close proximity to The Casa, discover a range of activities from bush walking, bird watching, fishing or simply lazing on the nearby beaches of the NSW Mid North Coast. Visit for superb local information.
BOORGANNA NATURE RESERVE
Boorganna Nature Reserve is the second oldest nature reserve in NSW. Boorganna is a 396 hectare reserve, a remnant of the extensive forests that once covered the plateau. There is a delightful picnic area and a 2.7km walking track that takes you through different forest types down into the valley to view the spectacular Rawson Falls. Vegetation ranges from sub-tropical to eucalypt forest, there is a wide range of fauna and abundant birdlife.
BRIDAL VEIL FALLS FLORA RESERVE
Bridal Veil Falls Flora Reserve is located on the corner of Comboyne Road and Stennetts Road on the northern side of the plateau. The views to the NW are sublime as are the views to the NE from the local historic cemetery located nearby. There is a picnic area at 'the Elbow' on the Wauchope Road.
COMBOYNE NATURE RESERVE
Comboyne Nature Reserve is located adjacent to the village of Comboyne on Mt Bulli. It is a large rocky hill once mainly cleared but now covered in a mosaic of vegetation, including rainforest, eucalypt forest and heath on the shallow soils. There is no access at the moment as it has only recently been gazetted and no tracks have been constructed.
Ellenbourgh Falls with a single drop of 200 metres are a spectacular site and the second largest waterfall in the southern hemisphere. The Falls are found by travelling on Tourist drive 8 from Taree, through Wingham and onto Elands. Features include viewing platforms, picnic and barbecue facilities, a food kiosk which operates on weekends, public holidays and school holidays, toilets and a timber stairway to the bottom of the Falls.
A DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON TRIP.
A 30 minute drive from The Casa will bring you to Laurieton, once a small fishing village and now home to thriving oyster farms. It is surrounded by lakes that are linked to the ocean and there is good fishing.
DELIGHTFUL PORT MACQUARIE.
Situated a short 50 minute drive is Port Macquarie, with its stunning beaches and world class restaurants and facilities.