South Coast: 3Night Lakeside Cabin Stay for Up to Four People with Late CheckOut and Kayak Hire at Lakesea Park On sale!

South Coast: 3Night Lakeside Cabin Stay for Up to Four People with Late CheckOut and Kayak Hire at Lakesea Park

$775.00 $349.00

The Hotel: Lakesea Park Located on NSW’s South Coast just 15km from Bateman’s Bay, Lakesea Park provides a range of cabins which make for a…

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The Hotel: Lakesea Park

Located on NSW’s South Coast just 15km from Bateman’s Bay, Lakesea Park provides a range of cabins which make for a perfect holiday destination for families and groups of friends alike. Leisure activities range from surfing, kayaking and bushwalking to fishing and bird watching, while those willing to relax can simply indulge in the views of Durras Lake on the park’s doorstep. Clear, azure waters and warm sands of the Durras Beach are just a short walk away.

Holidaymakers can cool off in the Lakeside Cabin which boasts two bedrooms and a number of convenient facilities including a gas cooktop burner, microwave, television with DVD player, a full-sized fridge and air conditioning for when the weather heats up.

Room Details

Lakeside Cabin

  • Bed size/type: Queen and two singles
  • Standard occupancy: Four people
  • Maximum occupancy: Six people
  • Adding occupants above standard: $25 per night, per guest

The Area: South Durras

South Durras is a small coastal town about 280 kilometres south of Sydney and just 15 kilometres north of beach town, Batemans Bay. Renowned for picturesque ocean views and an abundance of wildlife, South Durras is a popular go-to for families seeking surf, sun and sand. Durras Beach stretches for nearly three kilometres and has something for everyone. Surfers will be more than happy with the swell while little ones can get their feet wet in the tidal pools while plunging their depths for exotic sea creature finds. Keep eyes peeled for the kangaroos that have been known to graze close to the beach.

Groupies won’t have to travel far before they stumble upon charming Batemans Bay, full of holidays vibes thanks to the groups of tourists who stream in during the summer months. The bounty of nearby beaches is a well-kept secret amongst initiated visitors, while mountains and river scenery offer scenic vistas in every direction. Famous for its Clyde River oysters and big game fish, the region welcomes seafood lovers and keen anglers with open arms.