REDGUM LOG COTTAGE

At Grampians Pioneers Cottages

REDGUM LOG COTTAGE

 

at Grampians Pioneer Cottages 

Redgum Log Cottage
Redgum Log Cottage
Redgum Log Cottage
FEATURES

Two bedrooms (Sleeps 6 people)
Master bedroom (Double bed)
Second bedroom (4 bunk beds)
Open wood fireplace
Split-system air-conditioning
Large windows to soak up the views
Full hardwood kitchen with modern conveniences

bedroom
living
ACTIVITIES

Hiking & Bushwalking
There are many fabulous walks in the Grampians National Park, from short strolls to day walks. MacKenzie Falls, The Balconies, Reed Lookout & Boroka Lookout are must visit destinations.

Kayaking & Fishing
There are many oppotunities for kayaking, canoeing & boating in the Grampians, the larger lakes containg Redfin & native River Blackfish and are stocked with Rainbow & Brown Trout.

Bike-riding – Grampians National Park
Touring & 4WD
Exploring the large network of roads & tracks throughout the Grampians National Park is a popular pastime with the family visiting some more remote attractions.

Rockclimbing & Abseiling
Well renowned worldwide as a premier rockclimbing destination, the Grampians will not disappoint, and experienced climbers will love the northern Grampians, however there are guided rockclimbing guides for the beginners.

Kangaroos & Wildlife
The Grampians is the best place in the world to see kangaroos in the wild. There is a large diversity of wildlife to see from Emu’s, Echidnas & the introduced Red Deer to a large array of reptiles.

Brambuk Cultural Centre, Halls Gap – Grampians

Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre is a must visit destination to get all of your Grampians National Park information before you begin your big adventure.

 

Kitchen
ENVIRONMENT

Robert Webb is the builder and previous owner of the Grampians Pioneer Cottages.  In 1987, Robert and his wife Jackie purchased the site for the Pioneer Cottages. Nestled in a beautiful spot at the foot of the Grampians, the property provided spectacular sweeping views of the Grampians and beyond. Work began in 1990 with the aim of building four cottages in eight years.

Robert searched far and wide for recycled/second-hand building materials and furnishings for the cottages. In January 1993 the Log Cottage was completed.

During this building process, Robert and Jackie planted thousands of native trees in the low lying wetlands at the front of the cottages. This provided a haven for native wildlife as well as creating a picture perfect foreground to the views of the Grampians.

Grampians
sheep

What we love…

On arrival at Redgum Log Cottage you will feel its welcome and know you have arrived at a unique and beautiful place in the stunning Grampians countryside.


Tell me more

This hand built cottage has arisen from many recycled and restored materials such as redgum log slabs saved from the forestry, pine kitchen cupboards of New Zealand kauri pine found in the old St Arnaud Flour Mill. Even the sunburst on the Range Hood comes from an Australian built 1925 H.V.McKay, ‘Sunshine’ grain harvester.


Get the Facts

Where is it? Halls Gap, Grampians, Victoria

What? Timber handbuilt cottage

Styles of Accommodation? Self contained for 6 guests

Who?  One or two couples or a small family

Accessible? Grab-rail in bathroom – please enquire for further details

How much?  No service fees or cleaning fees are added to your stay. 

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Sounding Good?  Read on…

With stunning mountain views, kangaroos grazing at your doorstep and roaring open log fires, Redgum Log Cottage creates a space to step back from the hectic pace of modern life.

Whether it’s a romantic weekend away or a break with the kids, the cottages offer you 60 acres of beautiful native bushland as your own secluded getaway.

Redgum Log Cottage is one of four cottages at Grampians Pioneer Cottages, a great place to unwind and reconnect with nature, set at the foot of the Grampians National Park.

Redgum Log Cottage is a natural country retreat where you can stay in self-contained accommodation uniquely built from Australian and New Zealand reclaimed timbers, corrugated iron and 100 year old redbricks. Reconnect with life’s simple pleasures, exquisite sunrises, glorious sunsets and some well-earned downtime.

Address: 58 Pioneer Lane,
Halls Gap, Victoria 3381

PRICE RATE POLICY
Every enquiry and booking through GREEN GETAWAYS AUSTRALIA shows your support for the fabulous environmental initiatives undertaken by this property. That’s SO good to know!

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Redgum Log Cottage

Redgum Log Cottage

FEATURES
  • 1 Queen Bed and 2 Twin Bunk Beds
  • 1615-sq-foot room with mountain views
  • 2 bedrooms and living room
  • Fireplace
  • Flat-screen TV and DVD player
  • Kitchen with refrigerator, stovetop, oven, and microwave
  • Shower with a rainfall showerhead
  • Washer/dryer and iron/ironing board; free cribs/infant beds available on request
  • Air conditioning
  • Grab bar in bathtub
  • Non-Smoking
ACTIVITIES

Hiking & Bushwalking
There are many fabulous walks in the Grampians National Park, from short strolls to day walks. MacKenzie Falls, The Balconies, Reed Lookout & Boroka Lookout are must visit destinations.
Kayaking & Fishing
There are many oppotunities for kayaking, canoeing & boating in the Grampians, the larger lakes containg Redfin & native River Blackfish and are stocked with Rainbow & Brown Trout.
Bike-riding – Grampians National Park
Touring & 4WD
Exploring the large network of roads & tracks throughout the Grampians National Park is a popular pastime with the family visiting some more remote attractions.
Rockclimbing & Abseiling
Well renowned worldwide as a premier rockclimbing destination, the Grampians will not disappoint, and experienced climbers will love the northern Grampians, however there are guided rockclimbing guides for the beginners.
Kangaroos & Wildlife
The Grampians is the best place in the world to see kangaroos in the wild. There is a large diversity of wildlife to see from Emu’s, Echidnas & the introduced Red Deer to a large array of reptiles.
Brambuk Cultural Centre, 
Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre is a must visit destination to get all of your Grampians National Park information before you begin your big adventure. 

ENVIRONMENT

Robert Webb is the builder and previous owner of the Grampians Pioneer Cottages.  In 1987, Robert and his wife Jackie purchased the site for the Pioneer Cottages. Nestled in a beautiful spot at the foot of the Grampians, the property provided spectacular sweeping views of the Grampians and beyond. Work began in 1990 with the aim of building four cottages in eight years.

Robert searched far and wide for recycled/second-hand building materials and furnishings for the cottages. In January 1993 the Log Cottage was completed.

During this building process, Robert and Jackie planted thousands of native trees in the low lying wetlands at the front of the cottages. This provided a haven for native wildlife as well as creating a picture perfect foreground to the views of the Grampians.