FABULOUS HOUSE GREAT LOCATION - 15 VILLAGE RD SOUTH DURRAS
Large well appointed house Excellent Reviews
Sand Dunes is a relaxed easy living modern 5 bedroom house with 2 living areas & 2 bathrooms/ toilets. Sorry to say after people not doing the right things with their dogs we no longer accept pets.
It sleeps max of 8 people
2 x bedrooms with Queen size beds
1 x bedroom with Single bed
1 x small bedroom with Single bed
1 x bedroom with 2 single beds
1 x fold out bed in living area suitable for younger people.
Pillows & dooners supplied.
Please bring your own top & bottom sheets, pillow cases & towels.
New furniture & bedding & kitchenware have been installed.
It is a short walk up the road about 200m to Cookies Beach. The path to the sports field, skate park & outdoor basketball court starts outside our property. It is a beautiful stroll down a concrete path over a stunning walk bridge to the park. This path continues a short distance past the park leading to the main beach. Great for a bike ride also
Durras general store & children’s play equipment park is also a short walk up the road about 200m
The garage is extra-large to house your boat, bikes or surfing gear etc.
Preferred booking days over the peak period is best from Friday to Friday or Saturday to Saturday in 7 day blocks, although some flexibility may be considered at time if enquiry.
Other minimum stays variations will be considered upon request.
Prices based on 6 people
SORRY WE NO LONGER ACCEPT PETS.
Some inclusions -
2 flat screen TVs & DVD players.
Books for all ages
Small electric juicer
Coffee machine rip
Bed side lamps
Dooners & pillows
South of Lake Durras, access to the village and the lake is made along the South Durras Road, which meets the Princes Highway at Benandarah about 12 kms north of Batemans Bay.It is the perfect spot for a weekend break, stay for a couple of weeks or a night's adventure prawning on Lake Durras.
If fishing is your fancy take your pick between beach, rock , lake , or ocean fishing. Boat launching is made easy with a very good concrete ramp into the ocean.
Surfing is always popular at several spots depending on the wind direction.
Cookies beach is a great beach for swimming & boogie boarding also.
South Durras boasts several magnificent ocean beaches & access to Lake Durras .
South Durras is a great location for a family holiday. As well as the beach, the local community now possesses through its own efforts, a great oval, basketball court and skate park. In summer there are guided walks through adjacent State Forests and the beautiful Murramarang National Park.
You should also try to visit the unusual and secluded little beaches in the southern part of Murramarang National Park.These beaches, with quaint names such as Emily Miller Beach, Dark Beach and others are sandy spots in a scalloped coastline eaten out over time from these rocky shores.
A local group of residents and concerned visitors, called the 'Friends of Durras' are actively involved in maintaining the unique nature of the region. They were instrumental in obtaining a needed expansion of the Murramarang National Park, which protects a unique piece of Australia's coastline, but which was threatened by its small size and therefore its protection over much of the Lake Durras catchment and its bio-diversity.
Aslo well worth visiting nearby South Durras -
North Durras, Pebbly and Depot Beach .......
North of Lake Durras access is made via Pebbly Beach Rd to the well known Pebbly Beach, Mount Durras and the villages of Depot Beach and North Durras.
Pebbly Beach is already known widely as the home of the "surfing kangaroos" a myth arising from a photograph of a kangaroo in the low surf - probably chased there by a dog. Although they will not be surfing when you visit, you will find a large resident kangaroo population at Pebbly quite happy to be patted or to pose for a photograph. The Pebbly Beach turnoff is about 10k south of Termeil and it is about 8k over a gravel road to Pebbly itself.
Behind Pebbly is Mount Durras, from which magnificent views over the coast and west across the hinterland to the magnificent Eastern Escarpment can be enjoyed. Mount Durras takes only about an hour to climb from Pebbly and, although quite steep in parts is well within the capabilities of most.
Depot Beach and North Durras
These are small villages, mostly of holiday homes, south of Pebbly Beach. They both enjoy attractive beaches and access to Lake Durras can be made from North Durras.Apart from a small general store at North Durras, there are no services in these villages.