Come and stay amongst the birds and trees, while watching the river go by. This lovely 70s river house has water views from nearly every room and is the perfect place to unwind. The main bedroom has stunning views of the river, making it hard to leave bed. Wake up to the pink skies of sunrise and enjoy stargazing at night.
Situated on a large, waterfront block, with direct water access and a private beach. Beautiful garden, including a big vegetable patch, which you are welcome to enjoy.
Fully furnished 2-bedroom house with spacious living room, kitchen, and large deck with beautiful views over the river. The deck is the perfect place for bird lovers, with regular visits from the birds of the island, including king parrots, galahs, kookaburras, cockatoos, and lorikeets.
Large Weber BBQ on the deck. The kitchen has a fridge, microwave, coffee machine, kettle, toaster, and is stocked with the essentials. Please bring your grocery supplies with you or you can buy the essentials at the local Dangar cafe or Brooklyn marina. The local cafe serves daily breakfast and lunch, and the local Bowling Club serves meals Thursday to Sunday.
Kayaks and fishing gear available for use upon request. Enjoy fishing and swimming off our jetty, or take a short walk to Bradley s Beach. We are around a 10 minute walk from the local cafe, ferry wharf, bowling club and children s playground. If you feel like a bush walk, take a walk up to Kippara Park Reserve at the top of the island for expansive views of the Hawkesbury and unique Aboriginal rock engravings.
Great internet and Netflix.
Rental available between January to May 2019- please contact us for pricing for 1 month or longer.
You will have access to the house, gardens, jetty and private beach. You are welcome to get dropped off at our jetty if arriving by boat. Please note, the jetty does not have a pontoon and thus boats cannot be moored on it overnight. If you would like to bring your boat, you may be able to get a vacant spot at the public wharf 10 min walk.
Other things to note: While we love the kookaburras, they can be a bit confident when there s food around