Waterholes Guest House
The pristine wilderness lures guests to this remote rural accommodation with no TV, no mobile phone service and no daily papers. The only sounds are those of whipbirds, kookaburras and the occasional generator kicking in when lack of winter sun cuts solar power. Kaye and Bob Munro have lived here for 30 years with wombats, gliders, echidnas and lyrebirds. In 2001 they decided to share their 17-hectare property with guests and had three spacious suites built. Each is individually designed and stylishly furnished with hydroponic heating and windows that offer ever-changing landscapes. Kaye pampers with excellent home-style food. Meals by arrangement are recommended.
540 Archies Rd; (03) 5157 9330