PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROPERTY IS NOT AVAILABLE TO SCHOOLIES.
This exceptional home is situated in the hugely popular seaside town of Inverloch, located in Victoria's picturesque Bass Coast Region.
Situated just 60m from the calm waters of Anderson's Inlet, "Cuttriss by the Beach" is aptly named, and will delight everyone from families to fishermen with its close proximity to both beach and boat ramp.
A member of the Phillip Island Holiday Homes group, "Cuttriss by the Beach" is truly enormous, with six bedrooms, three bathrooms, two kitchens, two laundries, and a vast, purpose built billiard room equipped with a 3/4 size billiard table and a table-tennis table, together with all the necessary accessories. In fact, "Cuttriss by the Beach" is the gift that just keeps on giving, with a kid's play room, a hot tub, and water views from the upstairs outdoor living area among its many other special features.
All weather conditions are catered for with reverse-cycle air conditioning in all living areas for year-round comfort, plus extra heating for those times when the weather turns chilly. And the long driveway and double carport offer plenty of parking for several vehicles plus a boat.
A 15 minute stroll will take you into the busy town center of Inverloch, where you will be able to fulfill most of your holiday needs. As well as this, the bustling regional capital of Wonthaggi is just a 15 minute drive away if your needs are more complex.
All in all, "Cuttriss by the Beach" is the complete holiday package, and once tried, is sure to become your holiday destination of choice for many years to come.
"Cuttriss by the Beach" is configured to comfortably sleep any combination of adults and children up to a maximum of 16...
Bedroom 1: One Queen bed
Bedroom 2: One double bed
Bedroom 3: One Queen bed plus one set of single bunks
Bedroom 4: One double bed plus one set of single bunks
Bedroom 5: One double bed
Bedroom 6: Two single beds
All beds are equipped with pillows, doonas and doona covers. The double bed and both queen beds are fitted with electric blankets. Guests are required to provide their own linen unless otherwise arranged. All linen, including sheets, pillowcases, towels, bathmats etc can be provided, with beds made up before arrival and stripped after departure, for a minimal fee.
Linen hire charges: $30 per King, Queen or double bed/ bunk and $15 per single bed/ bunk. Charges apply per stay.
Welcome to Bass Coast
The protected waters of Anderson Inlet make the coastal town of Inverloch a favourite holiday spot. Swimmers, water sports enthusiasts and surfers flock to the beaches during warmer months, while the surrounding walks and drives make the village a popular year-round destination.
Try a new water sport or practice your favourite one at Inverloch's pristine beaches. The still waters of Anderson Inlet make wakeboarding or windsurfing a breeze, while the surf beach is a great spot to introduce children or beginners to surfing. Try Eagles Nest if you are a confident surfer. Charter a boat or take a cruise to enjoy Inverloch from the water.
Explore the many boardwalks and coastal trails to discover the town's beautiful natural surroundings. Wander down the kid-friendly Screw Creek Nature Walk to explore the marshlands, which lead to gorgeous views of Anderson Inlet. For a bit of fresh sea air, stroll along the cliffs of the George Bass Coastal Walk or get the legs pumping on Victoria's only coastal rail trail, the Bass Coast Rail Trail.
The only coastal rail trail in Victoria travels through a magnificent range of scenery. Starting at Anderson, a gradual descent through farmland leads to the coast with its roaring surf, sandy beaches and views of Bass Strait. Cross the iconic trestle bridge at Kilcunda and continue over the Powlett River through open farmland, enjoying a clear view of wind farm turbines. Pass by remnants of the coal mining days and wetlands, before finishing at Wonthaggi.
Inverloch is also a perfect stopover point for those driving from Phillip Island and continuing on to Wilsons Promontory. Enjoy the spectacular views of Bass Strait from the cliff tops along the 12-kilometre Bunurong Coastal Drive between Inverloch and Cape Paterson. The drive passes many natural attractions ready to explore, such as Eagles Nest, Twin Reefs, Shack Bay, The Caves and Flat Rocks. Or journey between two of Victoria's most loved tourist attractions - the Penguin Parade on Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory National Park at the southernmost tip of mainland Australia.
You'll uncover much more than these two major sights as you wind your way through south Gippsland on this 200-kilometre drive. Detour along the Bunurong Coastal Drive for sweeping ocean views and unique rocky outcrops, wander along almost deserted rugged beaches, cast a line for a fish supper, or enjoy a counter meal in a typical country pub before you reach the breathtakingly spectacular Wilsons Prom.
But whatever else you choose to do, bring the family on a visit to beautiful Anderson Inlet, a protected bay where the Tarwin River enters Bass Strait. The enclosed bay makes Anderson Inlet a protected beach, perfect for swimming with the kids, while the shallow estuary creates a stunning turquoise colour. Take a wander along the large expanse of soft sand and watch the breeze coming over the low grassy dunes. At low tide you can stroll around the western headland to reach the surfing beaches.
Fishing opportunities abound. Bait your hook and cast your beach fishing rod to land some King George whiting, Australian salmon, mullet and silver trevally. Anderson Inlet is also a great recreational boating area with a boat ramp jetty.
There is so much to do and see in Victoria's beautiful Bass Coast region, that you will inevitably run out of time to cover them all Maybe you'll just have to come back next year...