Welcome to Wombarra,
Wombarra is an Aboriginal word meaning black duck. It is a very significant area to aboriginal people, particularly women.
Wombarra is a beautiful coastal village, just minutes from the well known Sea Cliff Bridge
Look out onto the dramatic escarpment which falls into the ocean
The property backs onto a pocket of semi rainforest and faces north east with the ocean to the east and escarpment to the west. It is truly a unique and peaceful location.
The apartment is generous in size with high ceilings and huge windows facing north east for abundant light and sun in winter.
The bedrooms are spacious with generous storage space.
The kitchen has both a gas cook top and electric oven, perfect for cooking that special meal to enjoy on the balcony overlooking the treetops to the sea.
There are two bathrooms.. the main featuring a spa and a view to the forest.
Wombarra beach and ocean pool is only a 5 minutes stroll and perhaps enjoy a cleaning ale at Wombarra Bowlo on the way back.
You can easily walk to the famous Sea Cliff Bridge which is only a few kilometres from the apartment
The main city of Wollongong is a 20 minute drive south.
The closest supermarket is a 5 minutes drive.
Trains and buses are easily accessible.
Where we are and what there is to enjoy
Welcome to Wombarra,
just one hour drive from the city centre of Sydney.
Alternatively, enjoy the train trip from the city with Wombarra Station just a 5 minute walk.
Buses also travel up and down the coast linking the coastal villages
Wombarra is a beautiful coastal village,just minutes from the well known Sea Cliff Bridge.
The Scarborough Hotel is just a short stroll away. Enjoy their breakfast and lunch menus whilst sitting by the cliff overlooking the ocean...you may even spot a humpback whale and her baby making their way up or down the coast.
The area rich in Aboriginal history. There are many walks from a saunter to an arduous trek through the National parks and reserves just minutes away.
We get our coffee in Coledale, within walking distance along the coastal path. There are also several good restaurants within easy walking distance, including the Black Duck café at Wombarra Bowlo, Cheddos Restaurant and Coledale Cafe.
Thirroul is about 8 minutes by car and provides all services as well as a wide selection of shops, great cafes and restaurants.
Our thoughts on what makes a great experience
We will provide you with the space to just enjoy the peace of the landscape and perhaps read a great book on the verandah overlooking the treetops to the ocean.
You can play cards with the family, cook a fabulous feast, explore the many shopping delights of the area. Hike the trails of the Royal National Park along the cliff tops.
Observe the flight of man and their gliders at Stanwell tops, perhaps dare to go two up with one of the training schools. Fall out of a plane at Wollongong
Catch a $10 movie at the Gala or venture to the Outdoor Summer Cinema near the Wollongong University.
Catch a train up the coast just the enjoy the majestic views as the train winds its way along the cliffs and through the tunnels. Observe some of the remains of a region once rich in mining. If you are lucky, you may be visiting when the steam train travels from Bowral down to the Illawarra coast.
Spend time with loved ones playing games, singing, dancing making up plays
you can just enjoy the true luxury of nothing
nothing but contemplation and gratitude for a beautiful experience with those you love.
The beach and ocean pool
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1 Feb 2017 - 22 Dec 2017
1 night minimum stay