Very comfortable family holiday home
Bedroom 1 - Upstairs
Bedroom 3 - downstairs
Bedroom 2 - Upstairs
Bedroom 4 - downstairs
Bedroom 5 - downstairs
All 5 bedrooms have ceiling fans and are supplied with feather doonas and pillows. If you wish to hire linen, please advise when you make your booking, otherwise you will need to BYO linen & towels. Please note - we do not supply beach towels.
- Bookings at this property are non-refundable.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
No pets - Dogs will be considered, upon application.Dogs will be considered, upon application.
No smoking - Smoking outside the house is allowed.Smoking outside the house is allowed.
Max guests: 10
Minimum age of primary renter:
- We have beds to sleep 14 for flexibility for guests. Our Short Stay Licence is for a limit of 10 guests ONLY. We will cannot accept bookings over 10.
- Rates are current through to the end of December 2021. If wishing to book for after that date, please enquire for current rates.
- We offer linen hire for $15 p/h, should guests like to add this option, so they don't have to BYO. Beds would be made for you, with towels included.
Luckily for avid local travellers, WA is a big place full of different towns just waiting to be explored.
Green Head, Coral Coast region - The town of Green Head along the Coral Coast is small but mighty. At three hours’ drive from Perth, it’s packed with pristine beaches and incredible fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities, and is a great stop-off on road trips up or down the coastline. The town is perhaps best known for the stunning Dynamite Bay, a sheltered spot with still waters that provide the perfect conditions for snorkelling. When you’re underwater, keep an eye out for hard and soft corals, and a diverse range of fish and other marine wildlife.
Just south of Green Head is Fisherman’s Island, an Australian sea lion breeding colony. Access is restricted during mating season in August, but at other times of year visitors can hop on a sea lion viewing tour from Green Head or Jurien Bay. Another popular attraction in town is the Three Bays Walkway, a series of walking trails and footpaths that takes you past the peaceful Anchorage Bay, Dynamite Bay and a few other secluded beaches. The walkway is signposted with interesting information about the region’s Aboriginal and European history.
If you’re eager to go wildflower hunting in spring, head to the nearby Lesueur National Park to view leschenaultia, orchids, pearl flowers and more than 820 native flowering species. The national park is also a prime spot for bird watching, as it is home to more than 100 species, including the rare Carnaby’s black cockatoo.
Why Gill Moroney chose Green Head
We built this property in the early 2000's as our family holiday home. We have enjoyed many family holidays over the years, and still do today. As we love it up there, we enjoy renting our property to families who can also enjoy our home and the relaxation that a holiday in Green Head allows with their children.