Monday 1 February 2016

bombah point redux

A couple of weekends ago I had the absolute pleasure to return to one of my all time favourite places - Bombah Point Eco Cottages in the Myall Lakes National Park.

My in-laws were visiting from the US and we wanted to take them somewhere special. They have been to Australia many times since my hubby and I moved here in 2004, and this visit they opted to not fly anywhere besides Sydney, which made Bombah Point the perfect destination for a long weekend.

Luxurious eco cottages, a stone's throw to the lakes, a short drive to the beaches, and complete peace.

I love feeding the chooks! (I'm such an urbanite...)

I wasn't sure if they'd love it as much as I do, but on the final day I caught my mother-in-law with a small frown saying, "I don't want to leave".

My sentiments exactly.

Below is a copy of the blog post I wrote last year in case you missed it.


8 April 2015
Over the long Easter weekend my hubby and I treated ourselves to a little eco-luxury at the Bombah Point Eco Cottages on the edge of Myall Lakes National Park. It was heavenly. 

This is my idea of camping. I can be out in the bush or at the beach all day,
but still come back to a solid building with a bed and running water.

I've known about these cottages for a couple of years and was thrilled to spend a long weekend amongst the trees. Winner of the 2012 Green Lifestyle Award for Travel-Hotel/Resort, these cottages are tucked between Seal Rocks and Hawks Nest/Tea Gardens, and close to countless activities. We spent a day hiking, a morning kayaking, and an afternoon exploring the nearby beaches.

The view from Dark Point

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