Wonderful Rural Cabin Rental on 67 Acres near Bunyip State Park, VictoriaCockatoo, Victoria (Australia)
Wonderful Rural Cabin Rental on 67 Acres near Bunyip State Park, Victoria
This wonderful cabin rental boasts a secluded setting on 67 acres near the expansive Bunyip State Park, Victoria. The cabin is a converted shed, with three bedrooms, a lovely living area and a cozy wood fire. Two of the bedrooms offer twin-size bunks and the master bedroom a double bed. The cabin can sleep a maximum of three guests according to the council regulations, making it ideal for couples or small groups. There is also one and a half bathrooms on the property so that guests have plenty of privacy. The hosts welcome couples, solo adventurers and families.
The cabin also offers a homey living area with comfy couches and a wood-burning fireplace to add a touch of warmth during the cooler months. For designated chefs, meals will be no hassle at all as there is a full kitchen that offers plenty of helpful utensils. Hosts are committed to being environmentally friendly at the property, so ask guests refrain from using any harsh chemicals.
Guests also have the option of cooking in the sheltered outdoor area where there is a BBQ provided as well as a fire dish. Dining space can also be found both inside and out. The cabin is located in the bush, so guests can walk out and try to find the resident breeding pair of Lyrebirds, echidnas, wombats, wallabies, kangaroos, or the deer that among the property. Or, guests can roam on the 67 acres of land and explore the wonderful surrounding nature. If glampers are keen horse riders, hosts allow horses to be brought to the site where they can reside in the safely fenced paddocks and arena. Close to many rising trails this is a great opportunity to experience trails in the bush. Guests should contact hosts for terms and conditions. There is a working hobby farm onsite, with animals such as dogs, pigs, horses, ducks, and chickens. Guests are allowed to interact with the animals but are advised to talk to hosts about safety first before doing so.
Glampers will be able to relax in style during a stay in this rental. All of the beds are dressed in beautiful linens and the hosts supply towels. Basic toiletries are also provided for guests' convenience.
The property has fenced paddocks and an arena for riding, so guests are welcome to bring their horses.
Parking is available.
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
- Private Kitchen
- Fire pit
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is not permitted.
Guests are advised to stay away from machinery on the working, on-site, farm and to communicate with hosts first before interacting with animals.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Cockatoo, Victoria (Australia)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Feeding animals
There really is no end to the array of activities available for guests to enjoy while staying in this fabulous cabin. Guests can be as active or as relaxed as they like, with the 67 acres of land surrounding the property offering the perfect place for a leisurely stroll or cycle. Guests should be sure to pack a picnic for their excursions so that they can take time to enjoy the breathtaking views on offer.
The property has farm animals, and children will enjoy feeding the ducks, chickens, and pigs or petting the horses with the owner present. There is trout fishing farm in the area, and it's also well known for its markets. Horseriding in this area is second to none, thanks to the amazing trails on offer. Guests can even bring their own horses, as there is a paddock at the property, or hosts can help arrange trail rides in the area.
This area is also rich in wineries that offer a truly Australian experience and there is plenty of shopping and dining to be done in the nearby towns. The main attraction would be enjoying the bush area close by though, which can be done by walking, cycling, horseback riding, off-road bike riding, or four-wheeling. The park is divided up in sections so all can be safely done. Gembrook has a surprisingly large choice of great, even well-known, restaurant and cafes, and, of course, there are plenty of other towns with a range of choice in the area.
For evening entertainment, guests can enjoy a visit to one of the theaters or visit a live music venue, in a nearby town or have a fire on the terrace, looking out on the property's bush.