This villa is newly furnished with funky modern furniture. Bedroom 1 has a queen sized bed, quality linen, quality doonas, bedside tables, lamps and an inbuilt wardrobe with hanging space. Bedroom 2 has a tri bunk with a double bed on the bottom and single bed on the top both with doonas. A built in cupboard provides hanging space, warm cozy blankets and family games.
The bathroom has a spa with the shower over the top, hand basin,dryer and washing machine. Washing powder, soap, shampoo and conditioner are supplied. The toilet is separate to the bathroom. The lounge area comprises a 2 and 3 seater leather lounge with cushions, 6 seater dining table, blue tooth JBL speaker, 3 pronged adjustable tall led light stand as well as a separate small table with local magazines and a guest book. The wall mounted television has a built in DVD player. Heating and air conditioning are provided by a split system unit in the lounge area. The kitchen is fully equipped with a large stainless steel fridge, gas stove top, electric oven, microwave, toaster, kettle and quality scanpan cookware. Tea, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, olive oil, tea towels, foil and gladwrap are all supplied. Outdoors you will find a 6 seater table setting and a gas bbq situated on paving. The villa has a generous deck that provides shade from the summer sun.
Local area and beaches
There are 2 villas on this beautifully quiet 4 acre property. They look out onto farmland and are surrounded by vegetation local to the area. A resident male koala regularly puts in an appearance along with a myriad of birds. The inlet is accessible by road or a 1.5km walking/riding track. The inlet is a fantastic place to spend the day either fishing, swimming, boating or sailboarding providing car access onto the beach. The surf beach access track is approximately a 1km walk which will give access to the quiet unmanned part of the Sandy Point surf beach . A further 0.5kms will take you to the main Sandy Point Beach and Sandy Point Surf Lifesaving Club. The Sandy Point beach is absolutely stunning and a great place for a family day out swimming, surfing and boogy boarding or just for lazing around on the beach. Opposite the main beach is the General Store, Café, Mini Golf and Tennis Courts. Wilsons Promontory is a 40 minute drive and has stunning beaches, walks and wildlife on offer: definitely not to be missed
What to bring:
Fitted, flat sheets and towels alternatively these can be supplied so that the beds are made up on your arrival at a cost of $ 20 per person per stay. Doona covers, mattress protectors and pillow cases are all supplied free of charge.
Boogie boards and surf boards
WIFI network: F86E5G
FOOD: Sandy Point has a General Store which has a supply of most basic goods but at prices greater than those you will see in Melbourne. Leongatha has a Safeways, Aldi and IGA whilst Foster has a Foodworks and IGA. Hours of operation are reduced in the country so make sure that you bring all that you need for breakfast etc if you are arriving late at night. Sandy Point has a takeaway that is open most weekends, Fish Creek has the pub and KO's which both serve good food and Foster has a pub, Indian restaurant and amazing food at The Foster Golf Club. Just make sure that you call ahead to ensure that they are firstly open and secondly that they are not full if during peak holiday season.
FUEL: Korumburra is the nearest town that has a 24 hour servo. Leongatha has 2 servos, Foster has 2 servos and the Sandy Point General Store has fuel as well.
ATTRACTIONS: There are multiple places to visit in South Gippsland:
1. Wilsons Promontory
2. Agnes Falls
3. Sandy Point surf and inlet beach
4. Walkerville beach and lime kilns
5. Cape Liptrap Coastal Park
6. Tarra Bulga National Park
7. Foster Museum
8. Coal Creek Korumburra
9. The Great Southern Rail Trail
For a more extensive list of attractions, art, walking trails, parks, riding trails, history and heritage please visit:
We wish you a safe and happy stay and thank you for booking with us. If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact me on
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