Point Plomer Beach House offers an off the beaten track beach and bushland getaway with the luxuries of home. Set within the one of only two coastal wilderness areas in New South Wales in Limeburners Creek National Park 17 kilometres south of Crescent Head. Access to this coastal paradise is via an unsealed suitable for 2 wheel drive vehicles in all weather. There is space for two cars to park but National Parks vehicle entry fees apply except for National Park Pass Holders. The beach house feels secluded though there is a campground and cabins nearby. It is fully furnished, sleeps up to 10 guests (1 x double bed, 2 x bunk beds, 2 x Queen beds), 2 x bathrooms, laundry, lounge room, kitchen and outdoor dining on the patio. Blankets are provided as well but bring linen, toiletries and food.
Once settled into Point Plomer Beach House spend the days at the beautiful pristine beaches, walk the nearby trails through the native coastal vegetation to superb coastal lookouts, fish, surf, swim, snorkel in the crystal clear water, picnic, bird and fauna watching. Note whale watching is from May to October with Humpback Whales the most common with some Southern Right Whales migrating to the summer feeding grounds in Queensland and then returning to Antarctica.
|Item Details||Rate -|
|Low season||$1200 per week|
|School holidays (excluding winter holidays):||$2200 per week|
|Peak – Christmas and Easter||$2600 per week|
Point Plomer Beach House
Point Plomer Road via Limeburners Creek National Park
Call: 02 6566 6168