On the shores of Lake Alexandrina, Nanda Farm is an historic site of natural beauty and peace. Full of varying birdlife at different times of the year, and with changes of weather, the view of the vast lake is like a living canvas. A stress-free escape from traffic and city life. Relax and enjoy the ever-changing lake views from the front porch. Read a book, paint, take photos, play cards, fly a kite.... whatever takes your fancy. Or you can try your luck fishing from the the jetty (BYO fishing rods). Or do nothing and just enjoy the peace and quiet.
Accommodation is in the original stone cottage built in 1855 (but recently renovated). This sleeps up to 6, with 2 Queen size beds in 2 extra large separate bedrooms and 2 single beds in the games room. All bed linen and towels are supplied. If they want to, the kids could even pitch a tent outside the cottage and camp quite safely.
The bathroom is newly refurbished and has a shower over the bathtub.
The cottage has great character, with original timber floorboards and stone walls. The living room has a new combustion fire (with free firewood supplied) and comfortable sofas to lounge around on. There's also a large flat screen TV and DVD player. For a bit of fun, the games room has a small pool table which converts into an air hockey table. The country style kitchen is functional, so you don't ever have to leave the cottage if you don't want to.
If you don't feel like cooking, there are a few options in the area: Clayton Bay has Sails, for good takeaway and eat-in meals, the town of Milang has a bakery, a takeaway food shop and the Milang Hotel, and there are restaurants at the wineries in Currency Creek and Langhorne Creek. Langhorne Creek has a number of different eateries to choose from.
Point Sturt projects into Lake Alexandrina, which is a large fresh water lake of around 649 square kilometres in size. With Lake Albert it forms part of the Lower Lakes system at the end of the River Murray, located just north of the Coorong. It's a beautiful part of South Australia for you to explore.
The townships of Strathalbyn and Goolwa are each about 20 minutes away from Nanda Farm. Spend some time fossicking through the shops in these towns and discovering the surrounding countryside.
Point Sturt is just over an hour's drive from the Tollgate at the bottom of the SE Freeway. Turn off at Mt Barker, go through Strathalbyn and Milang then drive south by the lake toward Clayton Bay. When you get to Point Sturt Rd turn left - it's the only road before Clayton Bay. Nanda Farm is 7 km down Point Sturt Rd, on the left.
Pets must be approved. Please contact owner if you would like to bring your pet with you.