WORROWING

Wilderness Hut

 

FEATURES

The cabin has a queen-sized bed, bathroom with bathtub, television, full kitchen, barbecue, restored mid-century sofa and chairs, hand-made furniture and features artworks by visiting artists in residence.

 

ACTIVITIES
  •  Jervis Bay National Park and Booderee National Park both a short drive away.
  • Birds, kangaroos, wallabies and much more guaranteed\
  • Famous white sand beaches including Hyams Beach just minutes away.
  •  Dolphins all year round and annual whale migration.
  • Surfing, diving, fishing and snorkelling available to explore beyond the shores.
  • Cafes, shops and eateries at Vincentia 2 minute drive and Huskisson 5 minute drive.
  • Beautiful coastline and bushwalking trails, cycling tracks and cliff-top lookouts on site and off-site just minutes away.
  • Arthur Boyd’s Bundanon, art galleries and designer shops in the rural farm towns of Berry, Milton and Kangaroo Valley.
  • Visit award winning wineries.
  • Rainforests and waterfalls not far.
  • St Georges Basin sailboarding, kite surfing, canoeing and boating from the lake to the sea.
THE ENVIRONMENT

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What we love…

Built using reclaimed timbers and raw corrugated iron, the Worrowing Wilderness Hut puts eco-conscious thinking first. You’ll feel right at home here amongst the tall gum, ironbark and paperbark trees


Tell me more…

Worrowing Wilderness Hut faces to the Jervis Bay National Park and offers uninterrupted views of the bush; tall gum, ironbark and paperbark trees, which is home to an abundance of wildlife including kangaroos and wallabies.


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Get the Facts

Where is it?  Jervis Bay NSW

What?  Cabin

Style of Accommodation?  Self Contained Hut

Who?  Suitable for children 0-12 years

Accessible?  Please enquire

How much? Our price is $240 per night. Yay! There is no added Airbnb service fee of $75 for 2 nights.  Check rates and availability here. (Link will show other accommodation options at Worrowing as well)


 

Sounding Good?  Read on…

Worrowing Estate is a historic 250-acre coastal farm property offering self-contained holiday accommodation and on-site wedding venue locations, just minutes from the pristine white sand beaches, rugged bushland and charming seaside villages at Jervis Bay.

Worrowing Estate is a unique property in that part of it was cleared for farming in it’s early days with the surrounding bushland on the property left untouched. The land remains unscathed to this day and features a homestead with a formal gardens, paddocks, rolling hills, tall tree stands, dams, bushland and neighbouring national parks.

The landmark Georgian style homestead and unique location of the property inspired a collection of private holiday accommodation; large open farm houses, to intimate and secluded cottages, this wilderness hut and boat shed studios, as well as on-site venues.

Worrowing Wilderness Hut is only a short drive from the main attractions of the National Park, the White Sands beach at Hyams Beach, and Huskisson.

Host: Worrowing Estate
Address: 81 The Wool Rd
Worrowing Heights NSW 2540 Australia

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FEATURES

The cabin has a queen-sized bed, bathroom with bathtub, television, full kitchen, barbecue, restored mid-century sofa and chairs, hand-made furniture and features artworks by visiting artists in residence.

ACTIVITIES
  •  Jervis Bay National Park and Booderee National Park both a short drive away.
  • Birds, kangaroos, wallabies and much more guaranteed\
  • Famous white sand beaches including Hyams Beach just minutes away.
  •  Dolphins all year round and annual whale migration.
  • Surfing, diving, fishing and snorkelling available to explore beyond the shores.
  • Cafes, shops and eateries at Vincentia 2 minute drive and Huskisson 5 minute drive.
  • Beautiful coastline and bushwalking trails, cycling tracks and cliff-top lookouts on site and off-site just minutes away.
  • Arthur Boyd’s Bundanon, art galleries and designer shops in the rural farm towns of Berry, Milton and Kangaroo Valley.
  • Visit award winning wineries.
  • Rainforests and waterfalls not far.
  • St Georges Basin sailboarding, kite surfing, canoeing and boating from the lake to the sea.
ENVIRONMENT

TBA

 

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