The house is a cedar cottage nestled among the tree ferns. The surrounding flora is home to many outdoor creatures. We live in harmony with them and respect their space for they are the true occupants of the property.
The house is surrounded by tree ferns and gums. There are no boundary fences and the back leads to the forest. Many forest creatures come out at night. Often heard and seldom seen but intriguing all the same. By day the birds are in abundance and will put on a show for you on the bird feeder. The kookaburras are at your service as a natural alarm every morning at day break.
Guest are welcome to live in the house for their time away from home. We will communicate via text and phone and may not meet as access to the house is remotely managed.
Keys to the property are stored in a Key Lock Safe on the property. The combination will be provided before check in.
Warburton is an attractive town on the Yarra River, nestled in a valley between heavily forested mountains, east of Lilydale and on the road to Mount Donna Buang. The town has a multitude of cafes and other eateries, many housed in buildings which date back to Warburton's early beginnings as a mountain escape for Melburnians in the early 1900s. The Visitor Information Centre is a prominent landmark in the main street, featuring a large replica of a water wheel used by the logging industry in the past.
Best to have your own transport however there is a bus that comes into town. The house is about a 15 minute walk from the bus stop. Should this be your mode of transport, please advise and I will give directions.
Wifi/Internet Please use your own. I have not provided Internet access because coverage in the area is patchy. The strength of signal depends on the carrier so phone data may also be affected.