Wolfe’s Landing Holiday Accommodation is a rustic reproduction pioneer home surrounded by almost 30 acres of pristine native forest situated directly on the Nenamup Inlet.
The area is popular for the varied range of family orientated holiday activities with the spectacular Southern Ocean coastline, Cape Howe National Park, The Nullaki Peninsula, Torbay and both Denmark and Albany less that 20 minutes away.
The house commands sweeping views of the surrounding forest and will delight the nature and wildlife enthusiast. The abundant aquatic bird life is truly spectacular and bird lovers will be in paradise. A quiet paddle in a canoe will introduce you to many of the 73 species of birds that inhabit the area including black swans, ducks, pelicans, spoonbills and egrets and ibises that inhabit the area. The famous Bibbulmun Track is accessible year round and passes within a few hundred metres just down the road.
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Barbeque Birdwatching Blankets Microwave Not Available Private Bathroom Refrigerator Tea/Coffee making facilities Television
Wolfes Landing is a rustic reproduction pioneer home surrounded by almost 30 acres of pristine native forest situated directly on the Nenamup Inlet.
The house is a two storey home featuring modern kitchen, plasma television, Foxtel satellite connection, and sleeps up to eight adults and children.Blankets Private Bathroom Refrigerator Microwave Tea/Coffee making facilities Television
Twin share. AUD45.00 per extra adult per night.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am