Relax with your family and friends on the decking and enjoy views of wild birds landing on Forest Waters, fairy wrens in the native bush and tall trees on the banks of the serene Blackwood River. The perfect place to rest or recuperate or to review and reflect on the demands of a busy city life.
Molloy Island is a unique place with National Parks and the waterways of the Scott and Blackwood Rivers all very close. You can enjoy walking in the native bush along numerous tracks throughout the island or with the family or friends go kayaking or fishing in the rivers.
The house is beautifully positioned about 10 seconds from the Blackwood River and with a view - and access to - the Forest Waters canal.
15 minutes to Augusta, similar distance to Jewel Cave, half an hour to Margaret River and many wineries within easy reach
For those interested in a romantic getaway or honeymooners, Forest Waters is the perfect, secluded and private setting. Do not disturb signs not necessary here, although the local wildlife will certainly pay a visit
This is the ideal place to unwind, so there is no TV connection or internet provided. However a LCD TV and sound system is included so you can view your own selection of movies or use the selection of DVDs and CDs provided.
Kayaks and a Canadian canoe are available for use on request. Usage of this boating equipment is at own risk, the owners accept no liability. Life-jackets are also provided.
Eco-friendly site with solar panels, aeorobic treatment unit and large rainwater tank.
Sorry No Smoking: This is a NON‐SMOKING house. Smoking outside is also prohibited, cigarette butts are a significant bush‐fire risk
Sorry No Pets: No pets are allowed for temporary residents, the managers have the right to turn you away at the ferry. Should this happen, we cannot refund you
How to get there?
To get to Molloy Island you need to take a ferry across the Blackwood River. Additional supplies and groceries can be sourced from Augusta which is some 15 minutes away by car and 20 minutes by boat. Augusta attractions include the lighthouse at Cape Leeuwin, the beautiful beaches along the rugged coastline and water activities in the adjacent Hardy Inlet.