Mimosa Rocks National Park
Historic Myer House offers boutique self-contained accommodation set on Bithry Inlet near Lake Wapengo in Mimosa Rocks National Park.
|Where||97 Middle Beach Road, Tanja, NSW, 2550 - in Mimosa Rocks National Park|
|Facilities||Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, public phone, showers, toilets, electric power|
|What to bring||Food supplies, toilet paper, towels|
|Bookings||Book online or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.|
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.
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- National Parks Contact Centre
- 7am to 7pm daily
- 1300 072 757 (13000 PARKS) for the cost of a local call within Australia excluding mobiles
- in Mimosa Rocks National Park in the South Coast region
Mimosa Rocks National Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.