This cosy cabin is nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac accessible by road surrounded by mountains and located on the river bank, 5 mins from the 24/7 car ferry. Nestled in the picturesque MacDonald Valley minutes from Wisemans Ferry the river cabin is the ideal spot for a quiet winter getaway or a recreational summer holiday with your own private boat ramp to the MacDonald river and with the adjoining Hawkesbury River nearby. Alternatively, you may want to leave your boat anchored at the front of the River Cabin. Note that we have no jetty or pontoon.
Waterskiers boaties will find this spot the perfect place to launch from with ease at mid and high tide. At the end of the day, retire to the large covered waterfront deck for a BBQ with a glass of wine or a cold beer and listen to the birds or the splashing of the fish in the river. You could try your luck at fishing. There are a bream, flatheads and jewfish in the river waiting to be your dinner. Just throw a line in from your own backyard.
The fully fenced-in front lawn faces the beautiful mountains and a large paddock where you can see kangaroos arrive for their morning and evening meals.
This cabin sleeps 5. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 with a queen bed and 1 with a bunkbed which has a double at the bottom and a single at the top. The chaise in the lounge room could also be utilised for an extra child. A new bathroom and a full size modern kitchen.
SORRY, NO PETS.......NO SMOKING INDOORS..........NO PARTIES.........
Bushwalking such as the Great North Road - a convict built piece of Australia's history, wilderness walks, canoeing & kayaking, cruising the river, family friendly, fishing from the waterfront, Golf Course, Lawn Bowls, great views, absolute water front, horse riding, rock-climbing & abseiling. If you are more the Adventurous types you may like to travel further on and take a challenging one-hour dirt track drive to the Hunter Valley wine region. There is also a nice swimming beach in Wisemans Ferry Park just across on the ferry.
AMENITIES: In Wisemans Ferry you will find the essentials you need. Next to the ferry there is the Convict Kiosk for great burgers and other take-away. In the village itself there is a very nice café / miniature grocery store, a service station which also carries basic groceries and fish bait as wells as a pharmacy. For your liquid sustenance you can always pick up a case of beer or a bottle of wine at the Bowling Club or the pub. The Wisemans Ferry Inn has great steaks, etc. You can also eat at the Bowling Club or Busbys Restaurant. If you venture 17km towards St Albans you'll find great dining at the historic Settler's Arms Pub in St Albans itself.
FACILITIES: Road Access, Your own Private Boat Ramp no jetty or pontoon, Air conditioning reverse cycle, BBQ gas on large covered waterfront deck, LCD TV in lounge no TV reception, DVD player and DVD library, full size modern kitchen, modern bathroom.
Mobile phone reception OK for Telstra and Optus, but not Vodafone.
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING: Sheets, pillow cases, towels, toiletries and all consumables
SORRY, NO PETS.....NO SMOKING INDOORS .........NO PARTIES....