Relaxed and comfortable 3 BR house just over the dune from the main beach. Polished Tassie oak floorboards, large wooden windows, Danish modern furniture and dado wall panelling give this beach house a warm and inviting feel from the minute you step through the front door.
About the house...
In the winter months the built-in fireplace keeps the house toasty also heating in BRs. Ceiling & pedestal fans will keep you cool in summer.
The well stocked kitchen and BBQ will please the chef & large bedrooms with comfortable new mattresses means you will sleep tight on your holiday.
To keep entertained there's a Flat-screen TV with HD reception. A DVD with great classic and cult movie selection. You'll find board games and an interesting selection of CDs in the cupboard.
The paved outdoor area is ideal for summer BBQs or enjoy a morning coffee on the front verandah.
There's an almost exclusive track to the beach only meters from the house and you are welcome to take beach chairs, umbrella & esky.
All you'll need are your sheets and towels, pillows, doonas and covers provided.
and Venus Bay...
The small coastal resort of Venus Bay is situated on a narrow peninsula of land, bordered on one side by the wild oceans of Bass Strait and on the other by the calm waters of Anderson Inlet which extends all the way from Inverloch to the mouth of the Tarwin River, located near the small township of Tarwin Lower
The town's shops, situated on nearby Jupiter Boulevard, feature a very well stocked general store, great fish & chip shop with licence, surf shop and cafe. Internet access is available at the Venus Bay Caravan Park.
Several surf beaches are located in Venus Bay, with boating and fishing popular along the extensive waters of Anderson Inlet. The Cape Liptrap Coastal Park, which extends along the coast to Waratah Bay, offers a number of scenic bushwalking tracks.
Venus Bay is central to many natural attractions in the South Gippsland area, including Wilsons Promontory National Park, which is just under an hour's drive east.