WELCOME TO HILLTOP HAVEN
Still Loch Sport's most highly-regarded holiday rental.
Perfect for a romantic weekend for two, or an extended stay with family and friends
One of THE best views in Loch Sport
Breathtaking, UNINTERRUPTED, 180 degree, panoramic views of Lake Victoria and the Victorian Alps
Three large Queen-sized bedrooms one with ensuite
Fourth bedroom with two Singles plus Double Sofa Bed
Doonas, Pillows, Fitted sheets, Doona covers, & Pillow cases provided.
Porta Cot and High chair are available
Huge open-plan living and kitchen area with newly installed Bosch appliances
Large rear deck with outdoor setting and BBQ
Air-conditioned for summer and cosy wood-fired heater for winter
Three bathrooms one with bath and three toilets
Centrally located, in a quiet, peaceful corner of Loch Sport
Off-street parking for four cars two under cover
Easy walking distance to the main attractions
Five minute walk to Lake Victoria, five minute drive to the Ninety Mile Beach
Separate kids' rumpus room with its own CD/DVD player and TV.
Sleeps a maximum of 10 people
Pet friendly and strictly NO SMOKING house
Guests are only required to bring their own flat sheets if required , towels & bath mats.
IMPORTANT: Minimum stay of 2 NIGHTS.
3 NIGHTS on LONG WEEKENDS and 4 NIGHTS EASTER.
Please contact owner for prices and availability for these times.
LOCH SPORT FOR THE PERFECT HOLIDAY
Loch Sport is nestled on a secluded peninsula on the southern shore of Lake Victoria. Just one body of water in the most extensive lake system in Australia, known as the Gippsland Lakes. The Gippsland Lakes region has been referred to as Victoria's Riviera. The district is renowned for its temperate weather, generally being warmer in winter and cooler in summer than Melbourne. What's more Loch Sport boasts the best access to the Gippsland Lakes, PLUS the 90 Mile Ocean Beach, of all the townships dotting the Lakes system.
Wildlife abounds in front yards throughout Loch Sport. On any given evening you can spot mobs of kangaroos and herds of deer helping to keep the grass on the golf course at a manageable height. Also keep an eye out for koalas in trees and echidnas on the ground. Not to mention wallabies, wombats, emus, and a variety of possums. While the diversity of Australian birdlife is simply astonishing. And anyone on the balcony with a keen eye might spot the pod of local Dolphins in Lake Victoria. Loch Sport is certainly the place to chill out, relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of life.
For more information regarding things to see and do around Loch Sport and The Lakes National Park simply search for 'Loch Sport' on Google. I have also included some additional photos in my image gallery of other key villagess around the Lakes for those people keen to explore the rest of the Gippsland Lakes system.
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARRIVE IN LOCH SPORT
Loch Sport is the perfect venue for water based holiday activities - from windsurfing, sailing, cruising, sea kayaking, water skiing, fishing lake, jetty or ocean or just paddling or lazing on the beach. If you're into long walks or bike rides through tranquil bush walking tracks then this is the place for you. If you have a boat there are several launching ramps and it's only 20 or 30 minutes to Paynesville, Raymond Island, Picnic Arm, Duck Arm, Rotamah Island or Ocean Grange. Or you may just like to jump in the car, take the short drive down to Sperm Whale Head in the Lakes National Park and enjoy the free BBQ facilities.
Within the township you have the Loch Sport Hotel, Loch Sport Marina, Supermarket & Bottle Shop and Bakery. There is also a great RSL, General Store, Take Away Food Shop, Tennis Courts, Bowls Club, Golf Course, Mini Golf and Boat Club.
Fishing - Beach
Fishing - Lake
Whale Watching In Season