BedroomPatio outside bedroom
Nature Reserve and Beach unique completely private
Hosted by Gary
Gary is the host.
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1.5 baths
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1.5 baths
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Close to the wilderness beach of Wooyung, north of Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay. Complete privacy surrounded by 1000 hectares of rainforest nature reserve with a one and a half km walking track to a pristine beach, with sea eagles, through koala habitat coastal forest. Quality accommodation for nature lovers, bird watchers and bush walkers. Guided or private walks to the beach for a picnic through Jurassic cypress & hoop pine forest, wallaby rainforest, giant banksia forest, beaches with birds.

The space

The house was built in 2002 with high ceilings, timber floors and the bedrooms have large windows and sliding doors that open onto a wide verandah facing the ocean.

Guest access

Guests can access most of the house.

Interaction with guests

The hosts can recommend nearby attractions and identify plants and wildlife.


Amenities
Wireless Internet
Kitchen
Free parking on premises

Prices
Extra people No Charge
Weekly Discount: 10%
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House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in time is 2PM - 8PM

Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

2 Reviews

Belle User Profile
July 2017
Thanks Carmel and Gary. Really enjoyed our stay you made it so easy for us coming to and from Splendour in the grass. Best spot to get to the festival quickly and such lovely, friendly people!

Chris User Profile
April 2017
We had a wonderful time at Gary & Carmel's. They were great hosts with lots of interesting stories to tell and we enjoyed many a chat with them. Their house is in a forest at the end of a small road 3 km from the highway. It is so quiet and peaceful there with lots of birds everywhere. A great place to de-stress. A 3 km walk through the bush will bring you to a quiet beach. Well worth the walk. You can also use it as a base to explore the area by car. A cosy bed and peace and quiet helped us sleep in. Thanks Gary and Carmel

Wooyung, AustraliaJoined in September 2016
Gary User Profile

Carmel & I are wildlife experts & permaculture consultants. For 20 years I have broadcast a live-to-air wildlife segment for ABC North Coast Local Radio 94.5 FM called Wildlife Wednesday at 6.40 am every week of the year. I have to identify every species instantly from listener's descriptions. We have always shared our knowledge with the wider community & we offer guests the opportunity to spend time with us. Our property sits within the only wildlife corridor that stretches from the ocean to the mountains in North-eastern New South Wales. Guests can either relax privately in this bush & beach setting with no one else around them or can walk with Gary & view the different forest communities & animals that exist around the property. These include coastal cypress & hoop pine forests & giant banksia forests that have survived from the Jurassic age. Koala inhabited eucalypt forest, rainforest & paperbark wetlands with swamp wallabies surround Aboriginal ceremonial sites. Listen to the stories that are associated with the beginning of the Song Lines that start each morning from this eastern-most locality & continue throughout the rest of the continent.

We like to live in a natural unpolluted forested environment where we can daily observe the wildlife & listen only to the natural sounds of bird song & ocean waves. This area is unique for its perfect subtropical climate, rich volcanic soils, remarkable biodiversity & United Nations listed World Heritage ancient Gondwana rainforest national parks within half an hour's drive from our property adjacent the undeveloped nature reserve beaches of Byron Bay. We can advise guests on the surrounding towns, including the 15 minutes drive to Brunswick Heads, the least developed coastal town in northern NSW. One can dine with beautiful river views, nightlife at the Brunswick Head Hotel and the historic 1952 Brunswick Picture House. We are 35 minutes drive south of the Coolangatta Gold Coast Airport. We are within a 20 minutes drive of the Tweed Art Gallery / Margaret Olley exhibition and the Murwillumbah Rainforest Information Centre. We are within a 30 minutes drive of Mullumbimby, Crystal Castle, Bangalow and Byron Bay.

Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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