About this listing
Our cool and very comfortable one bedroom apartment is a relaxing hideaway in paradise.
Centrally located and off the street, is abundant in all types of wildlife, guests all enjoy the free eggs for breakfast from our spoilt chickens and FREE NETFLIX
This fully furnished, self-contained, one bedroom unit is situated on the ground floor of our two storey home. It consists of a large combined lounge/kitchen, bedroom and bathroom/laundry. It is double brick and well insulated, very cool in summer.
The kitchen is fully equipped with induction cook-top, microwave, bar fridge, oven, electric jug, toaster, grill, crockery and cutlery.
There is a wall-mounted flat screen tv with free NETFLIX and an MP3 stereo/radio in the lounge room.
Free fast wireless internet is available!
Queen size quality and very comfy latex bed. Linen, blankets and pillows provided. Also an extra sofabed with a sprung mattress can take up to 4 people in the apartment.
Combined bathroom/laundry includes front loading washing machine. Towels provided.
Set off the street on a battleaxe block in a quiet, suburban location, surrounded by national parks.
Close to shops,restaurants, fast food outlets, clubs, waterways,waterfront bike/walking track to Gosford or Woy Woy, public transport and Sydney freeway. Centrally located, near bus routes to beaches and local attractions.
Situated on the picturesque Central Coast, one hour from Sydney. Beautiful beaches, pristine waterways, and beautiful national parks!
Free pelican feeding down the road 365 days a year!
Also in close proximity to all the tourist attractions Sydney's favourite holiday destination has to offer.
LOCAL AREA INFORMATION
The Central Coast has a very special natural resource with over 210,000 ha of natural vegetation set aside for conservation as National Parks and other reserves.
The Parks of the Central Coast cover areas from the coast, including a marine extension to Bouddi National Park, through coastal lakes and lagoons, areas along the banks of the Hawkesbury River and its tributaries and up into the rugged sandstone country along the foot of the Great Dividing Range.
This mixture also means that there is a wide variety of vegetation and wildlife for people to observe. A simple afternoon walk can take you through coastal shrubs and dunes, rainforest gullies and Eucalypt forests in only a few hours.
The Parks provide the opportunity for people to partake in many different types of activities. You can go bushwalking, camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, surfing and whale watching (at the right time of year). Bushwalkers can visit historical sites, both Aboriginal and European, observe the vast array of spectacular wildflowers and even catch a glimpse of some of the unique wildlife or just take in the breathtaking views from the lookouts.
The above activities can all be undertaken at your own time and pace or if you wish to add to your experience in our wonderful natural bush, you can join one of the NPW Discovery Tours. On these walks, which sometimes also include a spotlight walk at dusk, you not only get to enjoy our native bush, but also learn more about the wildlife, bush and history of the area from the friendly Discovery Rangers. You might even see some of the more shy, hard to find animals and birds. The Discovery Program also caters for the more adventurous nature enthusiast, with four-wheel drive tours, abseiling courses, canoe trips, camping, camp fires and mountain bike rides.
As the seasons change, so do the parks. Different plants and trees are flowering, while different animals and birds are in the area. The parks are a great place to visit all year round, forever changing.
For further information please contact the National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Please leave the premises the way you found it.
Hope you enjoy your stay!
About the Host, Derek
I live with my partner who has grown up children who have moved out, hence we have a spare unit downstairs. She works full-time as a pre-school teacher and I run an IT business from home.