'The Alison' is centrally located within 500 metres from the restaurant hub of Warrnambool and also 500 metres from the beach. It features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a fully equipped kitchen. There is off-street parking at the front of the house and an enormous backyard with separate street access for those traveling with leisure craft or even caravans.
Our focus is to provide comfort and convenience. Air-conditioning as well as central heating are available. Pillow-top mattresses, Australian wool quilts and 1000 count linen is bound to please.
Entertainment is also a priority. Free Wi-fi and Netflix can be enjoyed while lounging in leather. And outside you can try bocce or for the more traditionalists backyard cricket around the great Aussie barbecue.
Your holiday home will welcome you with
• two queen rooms with luxurious bedding
• one double room with a single bunk
• leather lounge with TV and stereo
• two bathrooms with generous showers and a huge bath
• fully fitted kitchen with cutlery, crockery and cookware
• indoor and outdoor dining with barbecue
• remote garage
• free WiFi and Netflix
• large backyard for little and big kids
A short 500 metre stroll will get you to
• the beach (another 200m to patrolled section )
• the award-winning promenade which hugs the shoreline
• Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum
• Lighthouse Theatre and Art Gallery
• Warrnambool's delicious cafe and restaurant strip
• and the first of many pubs and clubs is less than 200 metres
Along the promenade you can swim and surf in safety, dine at restaurants and cafes, play at the wonderful Lake Pertobe adventure park, fish off the breakwater or just plain meander along to the wild Thunder Point Coastal Reserve. You may even catch a glimpse of the Maremma dogs caring for our penguins.
Everything in Warrnambool is in reach within 5 minutes by car. Shopping, swimming, bowling, tennis or paddling the waterways is only a short drive away. So the choice is not what do we do today but rather in what order do we do them.
A day trip west-bound can find you in surprising Tower Hill Nature Reserve where koalas and kangaroos abound. Then lunch at the wharf in Port Fairy, world renown for its famous Folk Festival. And afternoon tea in historic Koroit home of The Koroit Irish Festival.
A day trip east-bound is more adventurous so start early or spread it over two days. The Bay of Islands Coastal Reserve at Peterborough is beautiful. And much more awaits you around Port Campbell. The coastal attractions of London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and world famous Twelve Apostles will fill you with wonder. Then on to Wreck Beach if your legs can endure the challenging walk. Time for home or if you push you can further your adventure at The Otways Fly Treetop Walk. But maybe for another day.
A 60 to 90 minute drive will get you to Portland, The Glenelg National Park, The Grampians or the lakes district of Colac.
Prices listed based on 2 adults. Property has 4 beds (1 bunk 70kg max) and can sleep a maximum 7 people.