Paradox Views overlooks Lake Eildon, is located 5km around the lake from Bonnie Doon and 25km from Mansfield.
This absolutely delightful self-contained house is perched high on a ridge and surrounded by 63 acres of well-established trees and an abundance of natural wildlife. Paradox Views offers complete privacy and is totally secluded with no neighbours looking in.
Grab your personal belongings, food and drinks and head for the Victoria's High Country overlooking the stunning scenery and Lake Eildon views. Sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular sights constantly changing as the sun rises and sets over the lake and take in the views of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling in the distance.
Paradox Views sleeps up to 10 guests 3 queen beds, 2 single bunk beds in one of the large bedrooms and a double fold out couch in the library.
Brand new glossy kitchen with Omega 850cm gas hot plates and Westinghouse stainless steel 60cm gas under bench wall oven, full size 410ltr refrigerator, microwave, everyday condiments are all supplied as well as an outdoor BBQ.
Quality beds, linen and towels are all supplied. Television, DVD player and stereo are yours to enjoy so bring your favourite movies and music.
Paradox Views supports green energy and uses solar power backed up by a generator for electricity, a wood fire for heating firewood supplied and ceiling fans for cooling. There is extensive outdoor undercover decking with easy access, an outdoor campfire and is pet friendly.
If you have a boat, you can park it at the top of the property next to the house where there is plenty of room to turn around. If you have a large boat, you will require a 4WD to tow it up the steep gravel driveway. Otherwise, you can park it next to the dam in the lower part of the property which is fenced and locked.
The use of firearms is strictly prohibited.
The use of pitbikes, off road buggies, quad bikes 4x4, ATV quads, UTV side by side, dirt bikes, etc. is also strictly prohibited.
You will be welcomed at the Bonnie Doon Community Centre to explore the history of our town check opening hours.
Walk over Lake Eildon on the Rail Trail Bridge and enjoy the scenery and magnitude of our lake and rolling hills. Why not take in a counter meal at the local hotel on the water’s edge and watch the activity on the lake.
Normal rainfall and management of Lake Eildon water supply ensures that we now have deep water access to launch your boat or jet-ski just 5km away where you can enjoy fishing, water-skiing or just walking along the lake.
There is easy access to three national parks and fishing is popular all year round. Lake Eildon is a great place to visit at any time of the year. Each season has its own attractions and contrary to expectations has a very temperate climate.
Ride the Great Victorian Rail Trail which passes through Bonnie Doon. There is a host of local attractions in Mansfield, Alexandra, Bonnie Doon, Eildon and surrounding villages.