This spacious Hamptons styled 4-bedroom beach house is located in the lush valley of the National Park just a few easy minutes’ walk from the beach front.
This house was made for relaxation, be it in winter in front of the fire or summer days and evenings spent on the spacious private back deck - this property caters for every occasion.
The house is designed over 3 split levels. The first level houses two bedrooms; one queen-bedroom, the other bedroom sleeps 4, including a double bed and two singles. The middle level includes a well equipped kitchen, lounge room, dining area and front veranda including BBQ. The top floor allows access to the private and spacious back deck, the bathroom and two bedrooms; one Queen-Bed with a small side balcony, and one single bedroom.
With beds that sleep 9, this property is great for families, couples and friends.
This tranquil slice of paradise, accessible by water is only 45 minutes from Sydney’s CBD offers a beach-side escape, with roads made of grass, transport by wheelbarrow and an abundance of Australian wildlife.
Mackerel Beach is a locality 43 kilometres north of Sydney. It is on the western shores of Pittwater in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, beside Currawong Beach, and near Coasters Retreat and Palm Beach.
Great Mackerel Beach Reserve covers most of the headland between Currawong Beach. The Reserve occupies 16 hectares and has residential properties along the northern boundary. The Reserve provides panoramic views and is accessed from above via the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park fire trail or from below by a track linking the two beaches.
There are over 50 homes at Mackerel Beach half of which are lived in full time. Mackerel has a great sandy beach that is perfect for the children and is the starting point for numerous bush walks leading up to The Basin or West Head lookout. Come to stay at Mackerel for the day or hire a house and make a week of it, either way you won’t be disappointed.
Great Mackerel Beach has no road access and no roads or vehicles; access is by our Palm Beach Ferry, water taxi, or private boat.
Unfortunately NO PETS allowed due to proximity of the shack to the national park.