Escape the hustle and bustle of busy urban life and take time out to rejuvenate and relax in the Orbost Holiday House.
If you're traveling from Melbourne, then the town of Orbost is a 45min drive towards Sydney from Lakes Entrance. You can stop by Lakes for a break and walk across the footbridge to the 90 mile beach, before traveling on to Orbost.
The property is a smart little three bedroom renovated house supplied with every comfort and amenity you would expect in a home away from home.
These are some of the things you will find in the house:
Four comfortable hotel beds 1 x queen and 3 x long double beds, sleeping 2-8 people;
5 star hotel linen and towels;
Sony LCD TV, Blu-Ray player, media player and mini HiFi;
LCD TV/DVD player in master bedroom;
Fujitsu split system air conditioner heating/cooling;
Washing machine and dryer;
Leather lounge suite;
Porta cot & highchair;
Toys, games and books for the whole family.
The beautiful blackwood kitchen is fully equipped with an electric double oven, large gas cook top, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave and other appliances and plenty of crockery, cooking and servingware.
There is off street parking for 2 cars, one in the single lockup garage and the other in a newly concreted parking bay inside the gate. For additional cars there is convenient on street parking, or for the boat or trailer, there is the block along side the property which also belongs to the property owners.
Pets are welcome There is a retractable pet gate to keep your pooch in the designated area indoors plus a fully fenced outdoor yard. We provide food and water bowls and a pet towel during your stay.
Fresh grocery packs can be ordered at the time of booking and delivered to the house the day of your arrival.
Supplied by Orbost King Fruit and Morrison's Meat Shop.
$50 Fresh Fruit & Veg Box - A selection of seasonal produce.
$50 BBQ Meat Pack - 1kg BBQ chops, 1kg BBQ steak, 1kg sausages, 10 rissoles and 5 chicken skewers.
On arrival, you will find your boutique bathroom guest amenities, milk and a local newspaper.
Conveniently located only 900 meters from the centre of town and close to the main highway, shops, gallery and cafe's, it is the ideal base for exploring or fishing in the nearby Snowy River, the 90 mile beach and coastline at Marlo and Cape Conran, enjoy the walking and bike riding tracks, National Parks, waterfalls and more.
Orbost is a country town with a population of 2400 people, situated in the far east of Victoria between Lakes Entrance and Cann River. It is 306km 190.4 miles from Melbourne's CBD.
It is situated on the Snowy River, surrounded by its rich river flats. Its commercial centre is along Nicholson Street and includes two supermarkets, a selection of shops and cafes. At the northern end of the commercial centre, at the Salisbury Street roundabout, is a memorial clocktower. As Nicholson Street heads northwards, it breaks out into a wide boulevard with lawns and trees along its central strip.
Forest Park is an attractive reserve in Orbost, wedged between Nicholson Street and the Snowy River. It features a slab hut which was built in 1872 and relocated to its present site. The hut is open to the public and furnished as a period settler's home. Other attractions in Forest Park include the Orbost Exhibition Centre and gallery, as well as a number of rainforest walks which begin in the park.
Good views of Orbost, the Snowy River and the bridges across its flood plain can be enjoyed from Grandview Lookout, located south-west of Orbost in the small community of Newmerella.
14 kilometres downstream along the Snowy River near its mouth is the small coastal community of Marlo.
The towering peak of Mount Raymond, 16 kilometres east of Orbost on the Princes Highway, provides spectacular views of the region, including as far south as the wetlands adjoining Brodribb River. On a clear day the view extends all the way down to Bass Strait and the Ninety Mile Beach.
The Cabbage Tree Creek Flora Reserve, located south of the highway and to the east of Orbost, includes the Cabbage Tree Palms - Victoria's only native palms exclusively located in this area. There are picnic facilities and walking tracks through the surrounding forests which are home to a large variety of birdlife.