On offer is a TWO cottage stay of the three full brick two bedroom cottages. PLEASE NOTE PRICING BASED ON TWO COTTAGE STAY SLEEPING 12 PEOPLE if you require only ONE cottage for SIX people max visit listing would require another or all three cottages. The perfect environment to stay put, relax and enjoy the property or alternatively use it as a base to explore.
Mogendoura Farm is a picturesque 220 acre property including wetlands, 2km river frontage and your own private sandy beach. Wake to the sound of the bushland whilst overlooking the beautiful Moruya River, the same river that will take you direct to the ocean, beautiful beaches, deep sea fishing and whale watching.
Only two hours from Canberra, four from Sydney and a short 10 minutes from the rural south coast town of Moruya and Sapphire Coast beaches. Historic Mogo township is a short drive, as well as Mogo zoo and if it's deep sea fishing you want get them to pick you up from the farm's river beach and head straight out to sea.
On the property itself, guests can enjoy bushwalking on the 220 acre property including wetlands, relaxing, mountain biking or swimming and fishing in the river, which is also suitable for canoeing/kayaking. 2km of private river frontage including a sandy beach make for the perfect picnic spot. Make friends with native birds, wombats and kangaroos or, read a book, enjoy a stroll or just take it easy and do nothing. You won’t want to leave.
The Mogendoura cottages are three self-catered, top quality, brick cottages set well away from Mogendoura farmhouse with a communal barbeque and children's playground. Each has two bedrooms, kitchen lounge/dining room, bathroom, and laundry/toilet and can comfortably accommodate six. Individually, each cottage is ideal for families or a group of friends. Otherwise, as they are within proximity to each other, this is perfect for family groups or larger groups of friends to get together whilst also providing private accommodation. For additional ambiance each cottage has a slow combustion fire for those chilly winter evenings.