Bombah Point Eco Cottages

From

$275/n

2.5 hours north of Sydney in the  Myall Lakes National Park Between the towns of Seal Rocks, Hawks Nest & Bulahdelah is Bombah Point Eco Cottages.

Thousands of hectares of unspoilt National Park provide the perfect environment for some of Australia's most diverse and abundant wildlife to flourish. Visitors to the area may see everything from sea eagles, pelicans and egrets to wallabies, kangaroos, bandicoots, goannas and even the occasional koala. The area also hosts one of Australia's largest and most interesting coastal lake systems as well as protected waterways, wetlands and more than 40 kilometres of spectacular unbroken beaches.

Discover giant sand dunes littered with ancient Aboriginal tools, surf or snorkel at one of a dozen secluded beaches, then grab some fresh fish & chips or Enjoy a bbq picnic on the edge of the Myall River, before taking a dip at one of the white-sand beaches of Port Stephens.

Kayak & swim in the tea tree lakes, pick some fresh herbs from the garden, then relax with a good book in your treehouse hammock.

Walk to the lighthouse at Seal Rocks followed by a beach picnic or coffee on the shores of Smiths Lake, stop by a market on your way, grab some cheese & wine to sip on your verandah as you watch the sunset, then indulge in a meal made with local produce in front of your log fire before jumping into a rainwater spa bath.

Reconnect with nature in your timber & glass cottage designed for comfort & spaced for privacy.

Nestled thoughtfully amongst the trees the large & private master-bedroom with queen bed & waffle bathrobes for you and your partner. Adjacent is the luxurious bathroom with hand-crafted timber finishes and huge rainwater spa bath designed to for relaxation. The generous open-plan living area with lounge/dining and wood fire, plus a well equipped kitchen with oven, gas cook top, fridge/freezer and everything you need to turn your favourite produce into a gourmet meal. Open the expansive windows onto the wrap-around verandahs where you can enjoy a evening BBQ or just laze in the hammock at sunset. The loft bedroom with its open plan double and single bed configuration.

Bombah Point Eco Cottages support a range of community service organisations, like the Starlight Children's Foundation, Fighting Chance - Social enterprises for people with disabilities, and Gunawirra - Supporting aboriginal families.

Bombah Eco Cottages is a lovely, somewhat budget alternative, in the middle of everything (or nothing depending on how you see it), friendly and clean.