This cottage with lake views looks down to the pool and tennis courts and is a short stroll to the lake's edge and all the Resort's amenities.
Waratahs are native to the south eastern parts of Australia (New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania) and the most well-known species has bright red flowers and is the NSW state emblem. Wwaratah are flowering plants which often have very large, brightly coloured and showy, consisting of many small flowers densely packed into a compact head or spike The name waratah comes from the Eora Aboriginal people, the original inhabitants of the Sydney area.
When you stay with us, you have full use of all of the Resort's amenities.
* 4 Grass Tennis Courts (2 x floodlit)* Tennis rackets (you need to supply your own tennis balls* Native arboretum * 4 Swimming pools - 1 indoor heated with spa* Lakeside beach * Children's playground* Boat ramp and private jetty* Restaurant* Tapas Bar* Daily Pelican, Kookaburra & Parrot feeding (at the discretion of the onsite management)
This 3 bedroom 2 storey cottage has just been fully refurbished, is toddler friendly and ideal for the larger family. Located in gently sloping bushland, it offers the best of both worlds ... beautiful bushland settings and a short stroll away from all the the Resort's facilities. * Accommodates up to 7 guests * Bedroom 1 - Queen bed * Bedroom 1 x Single bed 1 x D.D.bunk bed* Bedroom 3 - 2 x Single beds.* Cot & high chair included.* Ducted air-conditioning * Lounge/dining room with polished timber floors * Television and Foxtel * DVD & CD players* Fully equipped laundry and kitchen with dishwasher* Own BBQ* 2 bathrooms * Verandah and private courtyard* Central location within the Resort overlooking the Arborium.