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Myer House

Mimosa Rocks National Park

Overview

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Historic Myer House offers boutique self-contained accommodation set on Bithry Inlet near Lake Wapengo in Mimosa Rocks National Park.

Accommodation Details
Accommodation type House
Bedrooms 4
Maximum guests 12
Facilities Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, public phone, showers, toilets, electric power
Please note
  • Reservations can be made for any arrival within the next 12 months. Find out more about our terms and conditions, and review frequently asked questions about staying in national parks.
  • Check in after 4pm. Check out before 10am.
  • Bedding configuration: 2 bedrooms with 1 x king size beds and 1 king single trundle. 1 bedroom with 1 x queen size bed. 1 bedroom with 2 x single beds. 2 x single sleep-out day beds in the enclosed verandah and 1 x double sofa bed in the kitchen / lounge area.
  • The house is in a remote location, so it’s a good idea to pick up your supplies before you arrive. Please bring your own toilet paper and tissues.
  • The nearest towns are Tathra to the south (12km) and Bermagui to the north (30km).
  • The land surrounding the house is part of Mimosa Rocks National Park and open to the public. Signage and information will request park users to respect the privacy and quiet enjoyment of house guests.
  • Gatherings of more than 20 people by prior approval only contact the Narooma NPWS office on (02) 4476 0800. Myer House is not available for functions.
  • Please see visitor info for more information
Price
  • Peak Season: $5000 - Dec, Jan, Easter week and all NSW, VIC, ACT,  autumn/summer school holidays (first Saturday through to first Saturday after school returns).
  • Shoulder Season: $4000 -NSW, VIC, ACT winter/spring school holidays and dates outside peak/off peak.
  • Off Peak Season: $2350 - May, June, July. Excluding school holidays.
  • Minimum notice of booking is 24hrs via phone or 48hrs via online
  • Bookings can be made for Saturday to Saturday only, all year round.
  • Rates and availability are displayed when making an online booking.
Bookings Use a secure payment gateway to book now. Alternatively, please contact the National Parks Contact Centre on 13000 PARKS (13000 72757). All reservations incur a booking fee of 2.5% in addition to the total amount payable.
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Myer House is set in a lovely secluded coastal location within Mimosa Rocks National Park. Offering self-contained accommodation for up to 12 people, this beautifully-restored house overlooks Bithry Inlet, the mouth of Wapengo Lake, a pristine South Coast estuary.

Kenneth Myer of the Myer Foundation built this house from a design by renowned architect Sir Roy Grounds, and they generously donated it to NPWS in 1976.

A harmonious combination of old and new, the authentically-restored historical building offers all the modern conveniences you would need, including entertainment and kitchen facilities.

Tumble out of bed and right onto the beach to enjoy breakfast, or take a walk through the nearby eucalypt plantation. You could even enjoy a spot of tennis at Myer House tennis court. And, for an evening to remember, feast upon fresh Wapengo oysters while taking in the beach sunset over a glass of champagne.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Myer House, Mimosa Rocks National Park. Photo: T Burke