The heritage-listed Watermark Kilns are 1950s tobacco kilns converted into accommodation. They have retained much of their character, including the gabled roof which has flaps that can be opened and closed to regulate the temperature inside. However, there are potbelly stoves for those cold days the region is known so well for. Accommodation is flexible, where guests can share with other travellers or hire an entire cottage. With self-contained facilities, guests are welcome to visit the permaculture garden and collect fresh eggs, and since a marron farm is run on the premises, marron is available for sale.
Karri Hill Rd; (08) 9776 7349