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Boogoodoogada

5 Guests

3 Bedrooms

3 Beds

2 Bathrooms

5 Guests

3 Bedrooms

3 Beds

2 Bathrooms

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Pets welcome

Parking

Broadband Internet

Pictures

Only House on the Peninsula . Yes seriously

There are sea views to the north, south and west and the house has been designed to take it all in.

At high tide you take our 2 person canoe or 1 person kayak for a paddle around the nearby island

Grand design style home with vast private shoreline

Boogoodoogada means Rainbird in an Aboriginal dialect

The house design reflects its Aboriginal name with it's unique glass beak staring out to sea.

Amenities

Further info

Credit cards accepted, Accessible 24/7, Pets welcome and Pets allowed only after arrangement

Outside

Private Garden, Private Balconies and Private Terraces

Parking

Parking available and Parking Included

Cooking

Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Spices, Toaster and Water purifier

Entertainment

Broadband Internet, Stereo system and TV (Satellite)

Heating/Cooling

Air conditioning, Ceiling fans and Fireplace

Laundry

Bathroom & Laundry, Iron & Board and Washing machine

Miscellaneous

Fire Extinguisher, Smoke Detector and Vacuum cleaner

Rooms

2 Bathrooms and 3 Bedrooms

Other units

1 Kitchen and 2 Toilets

Sanitary

Hair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel-set and Washbasin

Sleeping

Bed linen and 3 Queen beds

House Rules

Credit cards accepted

Pets welcome

Pets allowed only after arrangement

Check in: 03:00 PM

Check out: 11:00 AM

Location

Whistler Lane , Bass, Australia


Things To See And Do:

Phillip Island Penguin Parade (www.visitphillipisland.com). One of Australias biggest tourist attractions.

Ocean beaches like Kilcunda Surf beach or the calmer Shelley beach (great for kids) or the Town beach are about 15 mins from the gate.

http://www.travelvictoria.com.au/kilcunda/

A bit further on Powlett River (good for kids too) is a great spot with a fab beach plus there are great beaches at Inverloch via Bunurong Scenic Drive.

The George Bass Coastal Walk is one of the most stunning ocean walks in Victoria and you can go partially or right along the beautiful cliffs from Kilcunda to the San Remo Punchbowl (2 hrs). Be prepared with water and a snack and dress for the weather. http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/352803/Park-note-George-Bass-Coastal-Walk.pdf

If you have bikes the Bass Coast Rail Trail from Kilcunda is fun especially the old trestle bridge by the ocean beach.

http://www.basscoast.vic.gov.au/Leisure/Bicycle___Walking_Tracks/Bass_Coast_Rail_Trail

Kids love being underground at the Wonthaggi Coal Mine tours: http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/state-coal-mine-h.a.

Or for a break from all the serenity at boogoodoogada try the laser skirmish in the coal mine tunnels! www.laserstrike.com.au/battle-fields/cid/.../wonth...

At boogoodoogada, when tide is high a good spot for the kids is where the 2 person canoe & solo kayak are near the shore up the path from the tip of the sea side deck

https://tides.willyweather.com.au/vic/gippsland/san-remo.html

Adults can paddle and wallow there.
Another good spot for everyone is down the beach towards the Bluff Rd car park, where the water gradually gets deeper giving all size people a spot to swim.

Eating:

Claypot Curry house is fabulous Sri Lankan, cooked in an at home restaurant in Bass Woolamai - they also do classes.

http://www.claypotcurryhouse.com.au/

 https://www.bassinespecialtycheeses.com.au/

Dairy products 5 mins before arriving at Boo

https://www.saltwaterphillipisland.com.au/

Great location on Newhaven Jetty just over Phillip Is Bridge

http://www.beand.com.au/our-story/

Great coffee in San Remo (we also go to Porter Republic)

http://thecapekitchen.com.au/

Popular for brekky

https://www.rustywaterbrewery.com.au/

Nice boutique beer with lunch or dinner

San Remo has a good selection worth visiting including:

BEANd San Remo has produce, great coffee and specialises in breakfast and lunch with vegan and gluten free options.

Nude Food for organic fare.

Porter Republic is great too.

Fai Thai.

Cobra Cafe has vegan or gluten free cakes.

There are other cafes, bakeries, Chinese and the Fish Co Op

by the jetty too.

More food info here:

http://www.visitbasscoast.com/experiences/cafes-bars-restaurants/

Of course there are loads of eateries and supermarkets and so many things to do on Phillip Island especially in Cowes.

www.visitphillipisland.com


Things To See And Do:

Phillip Island Penguin Parade (www.visitphillipisland.com). One of Australias biggest tourist attractions.

Ocean beaches like Kilcunda Surf beach or the calmer Shelley beach (great for kids) or the Town beach are about 15 mins from the gate.

http://www.travelvictoria.com.au/kilcunda/

A bit further on Powlett River (good for kids too) is a great spot with a fab beach plus there are great beaches at Inverloch via Bunurong Scenic Drive.

The George Bass Coastal Walk is one of the most stunning ocean walks in Victoria and you can go partially or right along the beautiful cliffs from Kilcunda to the San Remo Punchbowl (2 hrs). Be prepared with water and a snack and dress for the weather. http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/352803/Park-note-George-Bass-Coastal-Walk.pdf

If you have bikes the Bass Coast Rail Trail from Kilcunda is fun especially the old trestle bridge by the ocean beach.

http://www.basscoast.vic.gov.au/Leisure/Bicycle___Walking_Tracks/Bass_Coast_Rail_Trail

Kids love being underground at the Wonthaggi Coal Mine tours: http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/state-coal-mine-h.a.

Or for a break from all the serenity at boogoodoogada try the laser skirmish in the coal mine tunnels! www.laserstrike.com.au/battle-fields/cid/.../wonth...

At boogoodoogada, when tide is high a good spot for the kids is where the 2 person canoe & solo kayak are near the shore up the path from the tip of the sea side deck

https://tides.willyweather.com.au/vic/gippsland/san-remo.html

Adults can paddle and wallow there.
Another good spot for everyone is down the beach towards the Bluff Rd car park, where the water gradually gets deeper giving all size people a spot to swim.

Eating:

Claypot Curry house is fabulous Sri Lankan, cooked in an at home restaurant in Bass Woolamai - they also do classes.

http://www.claypotcurryhouse.com.au/

 https://www.bassinespecialtycheeses.com.au/

Dairy products 5 mins before arriving at Boo

https://www.saltwaterphillipisland.com.au/

Great location on Newhaven Jetty just over Phillip Is Bridge

http://www.beand.com.au/our-story/

Great coffee in San Remo (we also go to Porter Republic)

http://thecapekitchen.com.au/

Popular for brekky

https://www.rustywaterbrewery.com.au/

Nice boutique beer with lunch or dinner

San Remo has a good selection worth visiting including:

BEANd San Remo has produce, great coffee and specialises in breakfast and lunch with vegan and gluten free options.

Nude Food for organic fare.

Porter Republic is great too.

Fai Thai.

Cobra Cafe has vegan or gluten free cakes.

There are other cafes, bakeries, Chinese and the Fish Co Op

by the jetty too.

More food info here:

http://www.visitbasscoast.com/experiences/cafes-bars-restaurants/

Of course there are loads of eateries and supermarkets and so many things to do on Phillip Island especially in Cowes.

www.visitphillipisland.com

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Availability

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About host

Fleur Leslie

Contact us

Email: fleur@dufflebird.com