Cosy Cottage - done up in rustic style- offer sweeping views down a valley on the 1000 acre mountain grazing property near Nimmitabel.
Relax in the front of the open fireplace and gaze down onto the Kydra River, enjoying rural comfort and a real taste of traditional Australian farm life. Or you can go bushwalking troungh pasture and old-growth forest watching for native animals and birds. You could also conoe on the river or play croquet on the huge front lawn.
Kallarroo Cottage provides guests with the opportunity to experience a stay in a genuine log cabin. High wooden ceilings and and open fire place set the mood for relaxing country escape.
The cottage sleeps up to five guests in its two bedrooms, one with double and one with single bed, and downstairs living area with one double bed.
Guests needn't want for anything during their stay, with all the modern conveniences provided to make your time there easy, relaxing and most off all- memorable.
Inside, there are television sets, some movies on external USB and off course open fires to curl up around with a vast number of books to choose from on the shelves. One way or another, you'll never be bored. Kallarroo lies in a fantastic corner of the world, where a day trip will take you in one direction to Mt. Kosciuszko and to magnificent beaches in the other.
The surrounding region offers fantastic option for exploration.
The property is roughly half way between the pristine beaches of the New South Wales far south coast, and the skiing and fishing spots of the Snowy Mountains.
Distance from the Cottage to the nearest ski locations:
- Jindabyne 98km,
- Perisher Valley 129km,
- Thredbo 132km,
Distance from other directions:
- Bega 85km,
- Thatra 103km,
- Merimbula 103km.
With 1,000 acres of rolling country- including native forest, park- like grazing land and three kilometres Kydra River frontage- there's a lot to do at Kallarroo.
Tracks and trails will take you on anything from a light stroll to a serious bushwalk. A 15 minute walk from the house takes you to a deep and long water hole where the Kydra River meets Greenlands Creek. You can take a ride in the orange canoe or go for the swim in the warmer months. On the way therem you will discover the hollow tree cubby house. If you're on the lookout, you're bound to see some wildlife, perhaps the local platypus family or a cute echidna. Birds include a range of colorful parrots and there are untold numbers of wombats, kangaroos and wallabies. Plus there are the paying residents- sheep and cattle, and our favourites - Horses, Scottish Highland Cattles, Alpacas and peacocks.