Entire residential home · 8 guests · 6 beds · 1.5 baths
Southern Ocean LookoutSouthern Ocean Lookout is a modern two storey house, with a large balcony overlooking magnificent sea views. Whilst only a young building of 16 years, it has recently been renovated in 2016 to maximise the socializing space upstairs looking out over the sunset sea. Situated on a natural bushland block where the wild kangaroos and emus graze. Close to cafe, museum, shop and sporting club.
3 bedrooms, sleeps maximum 10 guests.
We have two queen bedrooms overlooking the bay and the third bedroom has a double bed and one set of single bunks. There is also a queen fold out sofa upstairs.
Fully equipped kitchen makes self catering a breeze, with large fridge/freezer, gas stove top and oven, Family Q Weber BBQ and outdoor setting, undercover and overlooking the sea. There is also a private courtyard at the rear. Large turning circle and ample space for cars and boats. Wood fire in the lounge for romantic winter nights, air conditioning to keep cool in the summer.
Boat hire available on site to holders of a boat licence.
I like to meet the guests and ensure they have everything they need.
Shelly Beach is a short 400m walk down the driveway, a beautiful spot to enjoy the afternoon sun. Farm Beach is only 6km away where you can drive onto the beach for a days picnic or launch a boat. Mt Dutton Bay jetty and boat ramp with floating pontoons is an easy launch inside the bay only 3km away. For those seeking adventure, four wheel driving in Coffin Bay National Park is 15 mins drive from the house. Greenly Beach is just another of our spectacular and virtually deserted surf beaches 20 mins up the coast towards Elliston. If coffee shops are what you need or grocery supplies then Port Lincoln is 35 mins (50km) away.
Catch a flight to Port Lincoln from Adelaide with Qantas Link or Rex and then hire a car from one of the agencies located at the airport. Alternatively self drive and/or catch the SeaSA ferry from Walleroo on the Yorke Peninsula to Lucky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula.