Yondah Beach House really is the perfect hideaway. Set on 300 scenic acres with stunning sea and rural views, this unique beach house offers style and comfort in a remote and beautiful setting. You won't believe you're only 3 hours from Adelaide!
Spacious and airy, the main living areas feature 4m curved ceilings and 'glass wall' windows overlooking the sea. French doors open out on to three separate decks, all cleverly sheltered under the main roof canopy so you can relax outside and enjoy the ever-changing views even when it's raining!
In summertime, the living is easy. Enjoy picnics and lazy afternoons on your own golden beaches. Grab a snorkel and play with curious baby fish in one of the nursery rockpools. Create a special meal in your well-equipped kitchen, then dine outdoors and soak up sparkling sea views from the largest shaded deck. Sip drinks at sunset and enjoy a spectacular light show from the tiny deck-for-two. Then fall asleep gently, lulled by the sounds of surf and calling seabirds.
In autumn enjoy long golden days, the crisp fragrant sea air and the last of the summer flowers. If you're feeling energetic you can hike along the coast for miles! In winter, snuggle up in front of a roaring open fire while thunderstorms lash the landscape. Or rug up and enjoy a clifftop stroll - you might spot sealions rolling in the surf or a southern right whale breaching in the bay.
Spring is the best time for wildflowers. Native orchids and a myriad of other coastal plants burst into flower along the clifftops and in the mallee scrub. After good winter rains, the native grasslands become ponds teeming with tadpoles and the ground becomes a blanket of vivid green moss dotted with tiny donkey orchids and the delicate white flowers of the carnivorous sundew.
Look for kangaroos feeding in large family groups at first light and at dusk. You might also spot unusual coastal birds including the white-bellied sea eagle, osprey and gannet. In the scrub you'll find noisy flocks of babblers, parrots, wrens, silvereyes and tiny pardalotes.
At night a carpet of stars spreads all the way from one horizon to the other. Watch for comets and meteorites, and experience starlight so bright you’ll cast a shadow! Without city lights nearby you’ll even see the stunning Magellanic Clouds, two of our closest neighbouring galaxies, and the dusty spirals of our own Milky Way.