Nestled in Paradise this 3 bedroom home offers you a short 1 minute walk to unspoilt Depot Beach. It sits amidst Murramarang National Park, which makes this area unique, quiet and unspoilt.
Relax on the deck and share breakfast with the birds whilst enjoying the view. Watch the possums at night and the kangaroos by day. You will be greeted by all of them.
The house is comfortable, offering three bedrooms with one double bed, one queen bed and three singles. There is a wood heater for those chilly nights which will keep the whole house warm. Wood is supplied, chopped and ready to go!
There is telly, a music system, movies, CD's, games and books to enjoy.
A coffee machine for those endless coffees, a microwave and all other kitchen stuff you will need to cook up a storm!
Because of it amazing location in the National Park and the kangaroos in the garden we don't allow pets!
The surrounding area
Depot beach is unique in that it is surrounded by National Park and has only a few houses.
You could keep yourself busy even without getting into the car. The beach itself is extraordinary, beautiful and offers great swimming, surfing, playing and fishing. Something for all the family.
There are other beaches in the area that are a must to be visited including Calm Corner at the north end of Durras Beach, great for kids of all sizes and ages. Further south along the same beach there is great surfing, swimming and beach fishing.
Durras Lake is one of the south coasts pristine lakes and another alternative to Depot; is great for canoeing, lounging on a lilo, swimming, exploring, having loads of fun and fishing.
There is a great choice of walking tracks and walking is a common pastime for visitors to Depot. The many tracks show off Murramarangs amazing beauty, history and wildlife.
So don't forget to bring your swimmers, sunscreen, Walking shoes, hat, snorkelling
gear, surfboard, fishing gear, binoculars and ball.
If you want to go further check out Batemans Bay for the movies, fish and chips and mini golf. Mogo is a bit further down the coast and offers many small interesting shops and a zoo. You could visit shallow crossing and the blueberry farm or if you have energy to spare you could climb Pigeon House mountain.
Murramarang National Park
Wildlife abounds at Depot Beach and we have goannas, birds, possums and kangaroos visiting the house. There are over 90 species of birds and it is easy to spot the majestic sea eagle sweeping the skies. Lookout for the red beaked sooty oyster catcher, a regular at Depot and the surrounding beaches.You might be lucky to see a lyre bird dancing but you will have to be quiet, sshhhh..!
The main tree around Depot is the majestic spotted gum and they soar above an under storey of budawang palms. The forest and park extends some 44kms along the coast and comes right down to the many beaches and swimming holes.
Rock ledges abound and many hours can be spent exploring the mini sea gardens in the never ending supply of rock pools. Or maybe you want to gaze out to sea looking for dolphins, seals and whales swimming their migratory routes.
There is a great spot to check out some Aboriginal middens at Bawley Point which are of great cultural value.