The Nullaki Peninsula and surrounding region between Denmark and Albany has an amazing variety of places to see and things to do. We are located just 10 – 15 minutes drive from the spectacular Indian/Southern Ocean which boasts some of the best swimming, surfing, beach-combing and fishing beaches and bays anywhere. The majestic basalt and limestone coastal headlands overlook a multitude of quiet secluded locations. Many are pet friendly and you will almost certainly find to have others all to yourself. The Wilson Inlet is only a few hundred metres from your front door and the beautiful Hay and Denmark Rivers no more than 15 – 20 minutes drive away. The West Cape Howe National Park is nearby and a visit to beautiful Shelly Beach will take your breath away and is a must. Just down the road a bit is Anvil Beach, our best kept secret. An elevated lookout leads down to the right onto a beach with sand so white it dazzles. To the left are a progression of blue lagoons all protected by an outer fringing reef that appear to go on forever. This is beach-combing heaven (check out our photo gallery).
The Bibbulmun Track also crosses Eden Road a few hundred metres away. A range of alternative hiking and walking trails are available both on and off the 30 acres of native forest on the property and in the nearby forests. Most of the year the adjoining Nenamup Inlet shoreline is only 20 metres from the front door and is the perfect venue to take a paddle in one of our canoes or kayaks. There are many other ocean, inlet and river venues available nearby year round as well.
There are great restaurants, vineyards, craft and art studios, animal and activity theme parks and other interesting venues, all close by and just a short drive to away. Our convenient location between Albany and Denmark puts you right in the middle of the best there is to see and do. Native animals abound. Kangaroos, possums and birds of every description are found on and around the property and the adjoining wetlands, especially in the spring and summer when the adjoining Nenamup Inlet becomes a water wonderland for hundreds of Black Swans and water birds of every description. Some are regular visitors every spring and summer and migrate from as far away as The Arctic and Siberia to take advantage of the warmer climate and abundant food supply on offer. Photographers will be in paradise!!
Both holiday homes are provided with a comprehensive visitors guide to the best places to see and do. They are a compilation of the best on offer and are sure to provide you with some helpful information. If you need any further assistance or advice please do not hesitate to contact us by phone on 0415 618 326 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
John and Valerie Cullen