Warialda ~ Private & Pet Friendly Near Seal Rocks

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6 people
Pet-friendly
A stone’s throw from the majestic Seal Rocks and Myall Lake in Bungwahl NSW sits Warialda, a modest Australian bush paradise set amongst the gum trees on 25 acres. Seal Rocks beaches and the Myall Lake and Smith Lakes boat ramps are within 10 minutes, Blueys, Elizabeth & Boomerang Beach are within 15 minutes and the breathtaking Wallingat, Booti Booti and Myall Lakes National Parks are also just minutes away.

The house is a well-appointed fully furnished three-bedroom house which sleeps up to six comfortably. A portacot can also be provided upon request.

Picturesque views of the property can be enjoyed from all rooms of the house. The house is surrounded by established gardens with fruit trees, a harvest garden and swings for the kids.
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Features and Amenities

3 bedrooms
4 beds
2 bathrooms
Bath
BBQ
Heating

Details

  • Check in after 3pm
    Check out before 10am
  • Minimum booking: 2 nights
Cancellation Policy: Receive a full refund (minus service fee) up until 1 week prior to check-in.

Additional Information

Warialda is a three bedroom house set amongst the gum trees on 25 acres near Seal Rocks and Pacific Palms beaches.

The house has been organised with families in mind and sleeps 6 comfortably with 1 king bed, 1 queen beds and 2 king singles. A portacot is also available upon request.

All amenities can be found on the ground level except for a large loft bedroom upstairs. The dining and living area open out onto a large deck with sweeping views of our private bushland 'wilderness'. A slow combustion log fireplace will keep you cosy in the cooler months along with a fire pit outside.

Warialda is located in Bungwahl, close to Seal Rocks and on the mid north coast of NSW. The Great Lakes region is a spectacular fusion of stunning beaches, national parks and lakes all within close proximity to the property. Seal Rocks, Cellito and Sand Bar are 10 minutes away, Blueys Beach, Elizabeth and Boomerang are 15 minutes. The boat ramps and picnic areas of Smiths Lake, Wallis Lake and Myall Lake are within 10-15 minutes. Wallingat, Booti Booti and Myall Lakes National Parks are also within minutes of Warialda.

Warialda is really easy to find by car. We're just off The Lakes Way, about 15 minutes from the Pacific Highway turnoff. Having a car is the best option to get around. You can get to most local attractions within a 15 minute drive. There are buses that leave from Blueys to Newcastle if need be.

*** Important to Note ***

STAIR CASE
There is a staircase leading to the upstairs loft bedroom - as pictured in photos. There is no gate to stop babies or toddlers climbing up and down the stairs.

UNFENCED DAMS
There are two unfenced dams on the property that are about 100m from the house. Swimming in the dams is prohibited and we ask you to be extra vigilant with children around the dams.

NOISE
Motorised trail bikes, weapons, hunting and noise are not permitted on the property.

PET TERMS & CONDITIONS

Warialda is dog friendly however the following conditions must be adhered to.

* Please notify us upon booking or enquiring the breed of dog and how many will be with you. Maximum two dogs per stay.

* Dogs must be kept off furniture.

* Medium to large breeds can be kept on the large back deck that is secure, has cover and a kennel. They're also free to wander the property off-leash under your supervision as long as they can be kept under control.

* If you’re leaving the property, they must be kept on the secure back deck.

* Please pick up after your dog with the pooper scooper provided

* Dogs are not to leave the property without you. The house is a fair way from the boundary but the fences are just barbed wire so please be aware of this if you have a dog who likes to explore a bit too much and at risk of escaping when not on the deck.

* Any damages caused by your dog will be deducted from the bond.

* Additional cleaning charges may apply if pet hair, urine, fleas, odour or any evidence of the pet be left behind when you leave. We recommend your dog be treated for fleas and ticks before arriving or wearing tick and flea collars to avoid bringing or picking up ticks and fleas the area.

* Dogs are the responsibility of their owners. We accept no responsibility for death of, loss of, injury or sickness to pets during the accommodation period – full and sole responsibility for the pet and its actions lie with the pet owner and upon acceptance of terms and conditions, guests agree that no legal action (including payment of veterinary accounts) will be taken against the landlord and that no discussion will be entered into.
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Prices

  • Base Price $260 / night
  • Weekend Price $320 / night
  • Cleaning Fee $180
  • Security Deposit $350
  • Extra People $25 (adult) and $25 (child) / night after 4 people
  • Discounts 
    10% discount for bookings of 7 nights or longer

    20% discount for bookings of 28 nights or longer

Host

Gabrielle
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"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" - Mary Oliver We first laid eyes on the property that was to become Warialda on a camping trip at the nearby Treachery Camp at Seal Rocks. As two working professionals with 1 & 2 year old daughters, we were craving a private sanctuary, where we could disconnect from everyday life and spend more time outdoors in nature as a family. With our daughters at very young ages, we could already see the positive impact spending time in the outdoors had on them and we wanted to encourage more of a connection to the world around them. Warialda is our special place and we're so glad to be able to share this with other like-minded families, holiday-makers and adventurers.
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Adventures on the Property

These are the exclusive natural wonders and outdoor activities within the property boundaries.

Stargazing Around The Fire

Discovered by James
The unpolluted sky lit up the property at night, making for an unforgettable night. Get the fire going and BYO marshmallows for maximum enjoyment....

Location

The map shows the listing location and awesome adventures nearby.

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Adventures Nearby

Here are some details about the adventures nearby. Refer to the map for their location.

Sunrise At Seal Rocks

Discovered by James
Beautiful location on the hill overlooking Boat Beach for sunrise. Takes 10 minutes to get to from the property for those who like to sleep in!...

Lunch At Drift Cafe

Discovered by James
Acai Bowl and a Mushroom Cheeseburger...

Swims And Walking On The Rocks At Boomerang Beach

Discovered by James
Great beach to relax, or if you're feeling adventurous - scale the rocks for some amazing views!...

Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse

Discovered by James
A steep but worthwhile walk to the top of the lighthouse for an interesting history lesson. It's also apparently a very good whale watching spot!...

Sugarloaf Lighthouse

Sugarloaf Point Light, also known as Seal Rocks Lighthouse, is an active heritage-listed lighthouse located on Sugarloaf Point, about 3 kilometres southeast of Seal Rocks. It guards Seal Rocks, a treacherous rock formation to the south....

Booti Booti National Park

Consisting of an eight-kilometre peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and beautiful Wallis Lake, Booti Booti National Park encompasses 1,566 hectares of picturesque headlands, stunning beaches and pristine rainforests....

Swimming And Hiking

Myall Lakes National Park extends across 40kms of coast offering plenty of opportunity for outdoor activities including swimming, kayaking, hiking, and fishing. Plenty of awesome waves for keen surfers and a shipwreck for divers to explore....

Wallingat Forest Drive

Wallingat Forest Drive loops through the Wallingat National Park. An easy drive takes you to all the major sites including Sugar Creek picnic area along the Wallingat River where you can stop for a swim. You can also go hiking, mountain biking or horse riding along the 25km circuit....

Whoota Whoota Lookout

For impressive scenic views spanning Wallis Lake, Booti Booti and 100km of coastline up past Forster, its worth a hike or drive up to Whoota Whoota Lookout in Wallingat National Park. It's easily accessible by car....

Snorkelling Surfing Swimming At Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks is a stunning natural wonderland offering a host of water activities at its different beaches. Lighthouse, Yagon and Treachery are known as great surfing and beach fishing beaches. Number One and Boat Beach are more sheltered beaches that are great for swimming and snorkelling....

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