Voted The Best Town in Australia by Australian Travellers Magazine, Yamba's most exclusive heritage beach home, Allawah, is now open for holiday tenure to a discerning clientele, who like the owners, value and appreciate quality of life.
This executive appointed two-storey residence with its traditional beach house design is located south of Yambas iconic 150 year old lighthouse. Overlooking secluded Convent Beach, Lovers Point and Pippi Beach, each level has expansive views of the Pacific Ocean.
Circa 1907, Allawah was tastefully renovated by its owners a few years ago and further complimented with pavilion linked verandas, protected courtyards and open decks to incorporate inside outside living.
Casual and stylish with a design based environmental backdrop and the extensive use of quality timber are the key elements of Allawah that attracted the attention of NSW premier lifestyle magazine North Coast Living to feature this classic four bedroom beach home in their magazine.
Old-world charm furnishings comfortably hold their own alongside contemporary and multimedia appliances creating an unobtrusive ambience throughout the beach house. This same ambience is amplified for families who need or want separate areas of indulgence at arms length from their kids.
Down time or holidays are not about spending all your time snuggled up in a bed wrapped in quality linen and listening to the oceans lullaby
From Allawah it is a two minute walk to the beach. The north side of Lovers Point at Convent Beach is protected where you can stroll, swim, snorkel or investigate the rock pools. The south side of Lovers Point is an open beach where you can pick any spot for a surf.
Lovers Point is an ideal place to watch migratory whales May to September and resident dolphins at play.
Yamba is famous not only for its weather and award winning restaurants but its combined offshore and estuary fishing fleets are the largest supplier of fresh seafood to the Sydney Fish Markets.
You can either taste your own fresh Yamba prawns straight from the trawlers, fine dine at a number of local restaurants who specialise in creating seafood temptations. Alternatively you can employ our highly recommended personal chef to delight your culinary senses or impress your guests at your special dinner party at home.
Yamba is very fortunate to be nestled by two of the most significant eco systems in NSW, the Yuraygir and Bundjalung National Parks. Both offer well maintained coastal walking tracks where you can be one with nature and experience unique flora and fauna found know where else in the world.
Holidaying at Allawah in Yamba is about making use of the natural elements with a stylish beach house specifically created for a living environment that is unique, open, vibrant and alive.
Air conditioning- downstairs lounge room only
Stereo and DVD player
Just imagine it, champagne brunch on the sand atnearby Convent orPippi Beach, or choose from any of the other beautiful beaches in Yamba -Lovers Point, Main Beach, Turners and Whiting Beach, or a little further out is Angourie with Green Point, Blue Pools, Spooky's Beach & Back Beach. Or choose from fishing and water sports in the Clarence River or Lake Wooloweyah. Park the car and walk to the gift stores, boutiques, grocerystores or cafes, bars and restaurantsin Yamba's Main Street, less than 800m away, or take in a meal and entertainment at the Golf or Bowling Clubs. For those rainy or lazy days, you could catch at movie at Yamba Cinema which is also located just above the main street in Yamba. It is all so close. If you don't feel like walking, there's always the courtesy buses, which are run by both clubs, plus the Yamba Shores Tavern if you feel like a meal and a drink on the river.
Yamba's largest shopping centre, Yamba Shopping Fair is located on the way into town on Yamba Road, approximately 4.5kms away, or 9 mins drive. This facility includes a Coles, Target Country, Reject Shop, Priceline, and other specialty stores. Outside this complex in Treelands Drive, arecafes and takeaway restaurants, as well as other specialty stores servicing the area.
Exploring the wonders of the Clarence Valley is a must whilst you are visiting. Maclean is a short 20 minute drive away from Yamba, and has wonderful ethnic Scottish elements for visitors to explore, including tartan painted power poles, recipes for traditional scottish feast displayed in the main street, the Scottish Shop, plus plenty of bagpipes. Iluka is accessible by car, 45-50 mins, or take the ferry from the end of River St and cruise across to Iluka, and wander up Iluka's main street towards cafes, gift stores, the Bowling Club,Sedgers Reef Hotel and the Fishermans Co-op.
Major towns of Ballina and Grafton are within an hour's drive, both with airports, largershopping facilities.
Allawah Cottage, 60 Clarence St, Yamba is Fully Self Contained. Linen is Provided. Sleeps 10. Beds - 2K, 4S,2T.
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Yamba's First Luxury Executive style Beach House