A beautifully stylied beach house with views over the dairy farm and sand dunes. Nestled in lot 1 of Venus Bay, this magnificent beach house is walking distance to Venus Bay shops and patrolled beach 1.
This beautiful beach house contains incredible views of Venus Bay includes 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large kitchen, living and dining room and 2 large entertainment areas.
Two outdoor entertainment areas, the front deck seats 9 with an outdoor fire and sweeping views of the Venus Bay dairy farm and wind farms, whilst the back undercover area with BBQ facilities is perfect for entertaining with the fairy lights sparkle in the evening. The lounge features comfortable seating with air conditioning as well as a gorgeous fire for winter evenings, and the kitchen has a view that will take your breath away including x2 ovens and all the amenity's, including a dinning area that seats 8. With 3 bedrooms that sleep 8 people, the master includes fantastic farm views and an en-suite, and the kids room has a modern adult sized bunk bed which includes a single, double and trundle along with a TV. Two bathrooms with a bath and a laundry with a washing and drying machine.
This comfortable, chic beach house has it all - views, entertainment facilities, close proximity to shops and beach.
Entertainment facilities include board games, binoculars, books, TVs and much more.
Includes sheets, bedding, towels, hand wash and kitchen amenities.
Enjoy the seaside surroundings of Venus Bay with five surf beaches to choose from as well as sheltered beaches and the coastal park of Cape Liptrap. Experience the wild waters and golden sands of the South Gippsland coastline at Venus Bay, a small settlement nestled in vegetated sand dunes. The town has a population of around 500, but can surge into the thousands as anglers, surfers and families converge during holiday periods.
Travel just outside the town to five superb surf beaches patrolled by surf lifesavers in the summer months. Find safe, sheltered beaches ideal for swimming at the state's longest sand spit at Anderson Inlet.
Make your way along the coast from Venus Bay to Cape Liptrap for the chance to visit the old lighthouse and discover native Australian plants an
The calm waters of Anderson Inlet make it an ideal destination for both boating and fishing. Cruise out and explore the inlet that extends all the way from Inverloch to the mouth of the Tarwin River and cast a line for flathead, salmon, tailor, whiting and trevally.