Nine Steps is an architect designed home - and a unique luxury interpretation of the traditional Australian shed.
Set on 29 acres at the base of Mt Buffalo, gaze out at the native bushland from every window, or sit by the fire looking up at the granite face of Mount Buffalo.
At the end of a day of adventure, or wine and relaxation in the surrounding area, drift off to sleep counting the stars from your comfy bed.
With no TV reception and limited mobile phone reception - it's a digital detox and opportunity to really relax...
Nine Steps has everything you need for your stay with linen, towels and toiletries provided, heating and cooling, fully equipped kitchen including a Nespresso machine and plenty of parking for bikes and cars.
Bedroom 1 - queen bed, deck & ensuite
Bedroom 2 - queen bed, deck & door into main bathroom
Bedroom 3 - two single beds
Wombats, wallabies and kookaburras are included for free.
Our standard booking is based on two guests in one room, with a two night minimum stay. Public holiday weekends are a 3 night minimum, and 4 nights at Easter.
Nine Steps signature experiences
Private chef and fine dining experience
Nine Steps offers a private chef experience - Nat creates a three course fine dining experience with local produce, full table service and takes care of all the cleaning up. Nine Steps has a 3.7 metre long dining table and a fully equipped kitchen, so why not add a private dinner experience to your special occasion, girls weekend, family gathering or cycling weekend.
Private yoga class experience
The large 'great room' is perfect for a private yoga class, or experience a beautiful yoga practice outside in the 29 acre grounds of Nine Steps. Our yoga teacher can cater for all levels and will structure a practice to suit your needs.
Alpine Concierge Services
To make your stay at Nine Steps even more memorable, imagine arriving to a hamper of local produce for breakfast or dinner. Or perhaps you need help organising a romantic occasion, or special event. Alpine Concierge Services can create a bespoke experience just for you.
Nine Steps is a three bedroom, two bathroom home with a large open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area, as well as a smaller second lounge.
The house is designed so guests are sheltered from the weather, while still feeling a part of the environment. Large picture windows are a key feature of the house, along with the many covered decks.
Nine Steps is separated into two pavilions - the bedroom and bathroom pavilion and the lounge/dining/kitchen pavilion. The pavilions are connected by a central deck and glass atrium.
The 'great room' is a stunning open plan space containing the kitchen/lounge/dining. With exposed steel frame and ply paneled walls - it is designed for family gatherings and cosy weekends away.
Picture windows take in views of the bush land and the feature cathedral glass doors and windows look up to the granite face of Mt Buffalo. The large glass doors slide open to a covered deck with Weber BBQ and outdoor dining table.
The great room has a large wood burner, air-conditioning and three ceiling fans, as well as opening windows to catch the breeze and cooler evening air.
The fully equipped cooks kitchen is set around an island bench with bar stools - perfect whether you're preparing breakfast or enjoying some cheese and wine.
Nine Steps was built to be environmentally friendly with a 6 star energy rating. We're also members of our local Landcare Group and the Australian Conservation Foundation.
Nine Steps was built to meet or exceed the BAL29 standards BAL - bushfire attack level. The frame is made from steel, the decks are clad with villa-board and the windows and glass doors meet the higher BAL40 standards.
Nine Steps is self-sufficient for water - collecting rain water and spring water which is then treated via sediment and UV filters.
Nine Steps is set on 29 acres of bushland and backs onto the Mt Buffalo National Park - which means we have a variety of wildlife as neighbours. At night you can often spot deer, wombats and wallabies.
If you wander around the property you will see many wombat burrows and hear many birds lots of kookaburras.