This three bedroom, two bathroom, two living area home is nestled amongst the trees in a quiet shady street in Walkerville, in the heart of Prom Country. With views across the water to Wilsons Promontory National Park, "Wilsons Prom Views Estate Getaway" is the ideal accommodation for those looking for a quiet, peaceful break away from it all.
A member of the Phillip Island Holiday Homes group, "Wilsons Prom Views Estate Getaway" is furnished with comfortable bedding, and is well set up to make your holiday a pleasant one. The main living room upstairs features a flat-screen TV with DVD player and sound system, plus a free-standing air-conditioner and a wood fire for your comfort, while the second living area downstairs is furnished with a comfortable lounge, a dining setting and another flat-screen TV.
The spacious main bedroom also has its own TV, and there are portable heaters and fans at your disposal to be used where needed. There is a BBQ and outdoor setting downstairs, and the single carport and long driveway offer ample off-street parking for a couple of cars and a boat.
If you're looking for a truly relaxing holiday, in a beautiful location off the beaten track, then "Wilsons Prom Views Estate Getaway" is the place for you.
"Wilsons Prom Views Estate Getaway" is configured to comfortably sleep any combination of adults and children up to a maximum of 10.
Bedroom 1: One Queen bed
Bedroom 2: Two sets of tri-bunks
Bedroom 3: One double bed
Tri-bunks consist of a double lower and a single upper
All beds are equipped with pillows, doonas and doona covers. Guests are required to provide their own linen.
Welcome to Walkerville...
Walkerville is a small community located along the western coastline of Waratah Bay and a short drive from the neighbouring coastal towns of Waratah Bay and Sandy Point. It is a comfortable drive from Wilsons Promontory National Park and surrounding attractions.
The approach to Walkerville from the north via the Fish Creek Road passes through lush and undulating pastoral land and ends up at the Promontory View housing estate. At this point, following the no through Bayside Drive along the coast for a couple of kilometres takes visitors past the local caravan park and to Walkerville North. Alternatively, the inland route makes an almost 10 kilometre semi-circle around this section of the Cape Liptrap Coastal Park, rejoining the coast at Walkerville South and then terminating part way along the coast at the boat ramp. The two dead-end coastal roads at Walkerville North and Walkerville South are linked by an 800 metre walking track called the Limeburners Walk which traverses the cliff tops and offers spectacular views along the pristine coastline. Alternatively, walking between the two road endpoints can be done along the sandy beach with its characteristic rock formations and native bush backdrop.
The limestone cliffs around Walkerville were actively mined until 1926, supplying material for Melbourne's building industry. A relic of the lime burning process can be found along the foreshore between Walkerville North and South at one of the kilns which has been preserved.
Despite having few local services, Walkerville has developed into a destination for those seeking a quiet, relaxing day trip or holiday. There are good views of the mountain ranges at Wilsons Promontory from the safe swimming beaches and scenic fishing spots which front Waratah Bay and there are several interesting rock formations just off the coast, including Arch Rock and Bird Rock.
Around 10 kilometres south-west of Walkerville, along a gravel road, is Cape Liptrap. At the cape is a 10 metre high lighthouse which was built in 1951 and offers picnic areas and scenic views along the surrounding coastline.