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Unwind Holidays presents: High Tide Beach House.
This 3-4 bedroom house is under construction and will be complete by May 2016.
The photos attached are of the display home but gives an idea of the spaces.
It is located just metres from the water's edge. enjoy crabbing from the rocks out the front or squidding, or take a kayak from out front and paddle around to the beautiful pristine white sandy main North Beach. It's just a 3 minute paddle or a 7 minute walk along the beach or take the track above the clifftop.
Alternatively, take the car and drive onto the beach so you can pack everything for a whole day spent there.
Take in the views from the front verandah while relaxing with a glass of wine or a cup of coffee from the pod machine provided in the kitchen.
Cook a BBQ out the back where there is a second outdoor seating area for those afternoons and early evenings when the front verandah is too hot.
Well behaved dogs are allowed with permission from the owner. They must be kept outside except can come inside to sleep at night on their own dog bed. Dogs must be kept off the furniture and out of bedrooms. Sorry no puppies under 1 yr old.
Bed configuration consists of:
Master bedroom: Kind Bed. This bedroom is kept locked and will not be rented unless special permission is requested for it's use at the time of enquiry.
Bedroom 2: Queen bed
Bedroom 3 Queen bed and single bed
Bedroom 4 Double bed and two single beds
All bed linen and bathroom towels are provided. The beds will be made up for your arrival so you can just walk in, unpack and relax. No need to bring any linen. You will just need to bring your own beach towels as they are not provided.
There is a $300 refundable bond payable for all bookings.
No cleaning fee is charged for stays of 4 nights or more but you are expected to strip bed linen before you vacate and leave the house in a clean and tidy state. If this is not done and the house is left in a mess requiring extra cleaning time (above the 2hrs allocated) you will have $40 per extra hour deducted from the bond.
Once a copper mining station, Wallaroo is now a popular holiday destination for history buffs and families alike. Spend your break delving into South Australia’s past at the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum or go for long strolls through town. You’ll walk past countless historic shops and homes. Meanwhile, families will enjoy the calm, safe beaches and the new sporting complex. If you’re just looking for some quality rest and relaxation, go for a quiet waterfront dinner. Wallaroo harbours a number of holiday rental options, from cosy flats in town to larger homes with views of the ocean.
The beaches fronting Wallaroo boast calm waters, ideal for families traveling with young children.North Beachseems to stretch on forever, starting at the marina and ending at the next town. Go for a stroll on the golden sand and try to find some seashells or join a game of beach volleyball. The protected waters only become deeper very gradually, so you can let the kids play with peace of mind. If you’re just looking for some peace and quiet, there is plenty of room to spread out. Meanwhile, Office Beach is located closest to Wallaroo’s town centre. This is a smaller beach with an enclosed swimming area next to the jetty. The waters are also quite calm and safe for children.
When many people think of Wallaroo, they think of the Jetty, one of the town’s most prominent features. Go for a leisurely walk along the 869 metres of the jetty, which offers plenty of photo opportunities at all times of day. Watch local fishermen reel in various fish or even squid. If you’ve brought your rod, join in. Fishing at the jetty is free.
The jetty is also a birdwatcher’s haven, as a number of aquatic bird species come to rest on the wooden planks or circle overhead. The water around the jetty is up to 10 metres deep and is often favoured by divers who seek to get closer to the fish and other marine creatures.
Wallaroo offers many opportunities to immerse yourself in the town’s past. Start off at the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum. Gain insight into the town’s role in copper mining and learn all about the region’s heritage. You might even be able to trace your family tree by visiting the museum’s records.
If you’re traveling with children, take them to the museum’s Nautical Complex and say hello to George, the giant squid who resides there. The museum also runs ghost tours, so you can find out about the spooky side of Wallaroo.
If you would like to explore Wallaroo on foot, pick up a brochure and set out on the Wallaroo Walking Trail. You will see a wide range of heritage buildings dating back to the 1850s. Some of the trail’s stops include the first court house, elementary school, post office, some early hotels and public squares.
After spending your days outside, you might wish to discover the modern side of Wallaroo. For some shopping, head to Owen Terrace, where you will find all sorts of retail shops and art galleries.
If you would like to stay active, spend the afternoon at the town’s newly built sporting complex, where you can go bowling, play golf or participate in a game of croquet. Each sport has its area within the complex, separated by communal areas for visitors to relax.
If you’re hungry, there are a number of restaurants and takeaway spots in town. For dinner overlooking the water, stroll along foreshore and pick the eatery of your choice. For less formal dining, grab something from one of the takeaway places and have a picnic by the beach.
Wallaroo is located on theYorke Peninsula in South Australia, just two hours fromAdelaide. Driving to Wallaroo is the most straightforward option, but you can also take a train to the region. Make sure to check the timetable in advance, as trains may be infrequent.
Additional amenities include: garden area, washer/dryer, laundry, pets welcome, views.