The Nullaki Eco Retreat holiday home and property offers a wide range of family and pet friendly activities. The spectacular Southern Ocean coastline, West Cape Howe National Park, The Nullaki Peninsula, Torbay and both Denmark and Albany are less that 20 - 30 minutes away. Nearby are some of Western Australia's most awarded wineries, restaurants and produce farms as well as the tall Karri (Valley Of The Giants) forest regions of Nornalup National Park and the popular Tree Top Walk near Walpole.
The house has been recently constructed and features a large well equipped kitchen and generous family areas and comfortably sleeps up to eight. A large wood fired heater keeps this spacious house toasty warm in the cooler months. All bed, bathroom and kitchen linen including blankets and doonas are supplied as standard. A feature is the large elevated outdoor deck that overlooks a beautiful native garden and Karri forest. A family of friendly Australian Possums visit the deck most nights and are happy to be hand fed and petted in return for a tasty sweet treat or banana.
An exciting range of holiday activities are available directly on the property. Bush walking, fishing, kayaking, birdwatching or just relaxing while soaking up the ambiance of this special place. The abundant forest and aquatic bird life on the adjacent Nenamup Inlet is truly spectacular and bird lovers will be in paradise. A quiet paddle in our kayaks or canoe will introduce you to many species of water birds that inhabit the area including black swans, ducks, pelicans, spoonbills, egrets and ibises. The famous Bibbulmun Track is accessible year round and passes just a couple of kilometres down the road.
We are pleased to offer hire kayaks and canoes for exclusive use on your own private inlet forming part of Wolfes Landing property. Two single seat and one two seat kayaks plus a two seat Canadian canoe are provided. All vessels are state of the art, sturdy and safe and one is designed for fishing from as well. Safety equipment is supplied as standard. Please inquire about the other kayaking options and locations available (the Wilson Inlet, Hay River and Hartmans Beach).
The local fishing is superb and will suit all ages with a choice of ocean, beach, inlet and river venues to test your skill. Check out the photos in the image gallery. Big King George whiting, Black and Silver Bream and Pink Snapper can be caught from the bank of the Wilson Inlet. Boat and rock fishing is another dimension with big Sampson Fish, and Tuna year round and Salmon in season from Easter. We are only minutes from the ocean with a handy boat launching ramp just a few minutes drive down the road on the Wilson Inlet. If you book be sure to bring your fishing gear. If you prefer we can hire you a range of fishing tackle to suit the youngest beginner to the serious fisho at a very reasonable rate as well as all the local advice you need to get among the big ones. Basic beginner kits are available.
A large flat screen TV and a Blue Ray DVD/CD system is supplied. Just bring your own USBs, CDs, DVDs or portable disc drive based movies and music.
Babies or toddlers up to two years old are admitted for a flat nightly fee of AU$20 if they sleep in a cot. We provide two quality cots (one drop side and one porta-cot). Both cots have mattresses and liners but you will need to bring your own cot linen. Please advise us if your little on sleeps in a cot using the guest comments section of your inquiry form.
We are pet friendly and pet owners and pets will revel in the ample grounds (nearly 30 acres) of open spaces and virgin native forest in which to explore and run. Please note that we only permit dogs that are adequately socialised to safely interact with with other dogs and people. Therefore prospective guests should note that this is an important consideration if you intend bringing your dog. These issues can be clarified prior to making a booking by contacting us direct where we are happy to advise you. We also have a secure and comfortable pet enclosure where you dog can be accommodated for up to a day if you need to visit a national park or restaurant during your stay.
A pet fee of $25/pet is required to be paid upon arrival. This is to offset the additional cleaning required after pet friendly stays.