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Lavender Vale Cottage

Kwiambal National Park

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This well-equipped but budget accommodation offers a weekend getaway of hiking, swimming and fishing, without sacrificing any of the luxuries like air-con and hot showers.

Accommodation Details
Accommodation type Cottage
Where 2531B Limestone Road, Wallangra, NSW, 2360 - in Kwiambal National Park
Bedrooms 3
Maximum guests 8
Facilities Barbecue facilities, drinking water, showers, toilets, electric power, kitchen, plates and cutlery, pots and pans, air conditioning, tv, washing machine, rubbish bin
What to bring Bed sheets, blankets, pillows, pillow cases, towels, food supplies
Please note
  • Check in 2pm. Check out 10am. Fees may apply for late checkouts.
  • Bookings can be made for Monday or Friday check ins only: Friday to Monday (3 nights), Monday to Friday (4 nights), Monday to Monday or Friday to Friday (7 nights).
  • After booking we’ll email you a PIN combination to access the keys. Fees apply for lost keys.
  • The cottage is in a remote location so please pick up your supplies before you arrive.

Standing on the porch, you watch eastern grey kangaroos and emus feed on a wide scenic plain at dusk – nature is, quite literally, right on your doorstep. Lavender Vale Cottage and the neighbouring Lavender Vale Homestead are perfectly positioned to help you get the most out of a visit to Kwiambal National Park, whether you’ve come for wildlife, Macintyre Falls, or simply to stroll through white cypress pines and ironbarks on a pleasant day walk.

Just three kilometres away, Macintyre Falls lookout is the best place to head for hiking, fishing, and swimming opportunities. But Lavender Vale Cottage offers enough comforts to make you want to linger with a book on the shaded verandah, or fire up the barbecue for a family picnic on a Sunday afternoon.

The cottage is spacious, sleeping 6 people comfortably (with enough room for 8), and it features a well-equipped kitchen suitable for larger groups. Air-conditioning makes it perfect for summer, too: strike out into the bush in the early morning, then retreat to cool comfort during the hottest hours of the day.

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