Riverside Cottages

Riverside Cottages in Augusta, South West, Australia | Self Catering | Vineyard Stay | Cottages | Cottage | SELF CATERING APARTMENT | Self Catering Apartments holiday rentals

Located in Molloy Street, Augusta, and overlooking the tranquil waters of the Blackwood River, are the Riverside Cottages, in Western Australia. The Cottages vary in size and accommodate between 2 to 8 people. (A cot and high chair are available by prior request).

The surrounding areas are noted for swimming, fishing, diving, water skiing, bush walking, caving, vineyards (wine tasting), whale watching (seasonal), and spectacular scenery are all within easy access from Riverside Cottages in Western Australia.

Ready and waiting for you will be one of our Cottages equipped with the following:-

Gas stove, fridge, crockery, cutlery, assorted saucepans, bowls and kitchen utensils. A toaster, kettle and microwave are also provided.

Lounge chairs, colour TV, wood or gas heating.

Dining table and Chairs

Double Bed with mattress, mattress protector and pillows. Those Cottages providing extra sleeping accommodation include single beds with mattress protectors and pillows. Linen is available on request *see rates below

2 fully automatic coin operated washing machines and a clothes dryer are on site. Ironing boards and iron are also available for your use on request.

A barbeque area is available for all guests.

What do I need to bring?
You will need to bring your own food, beverages and any other consumables. Bed linen, blankets, towels and tea towels (unless hired).


What can we offer?

Establish yourselves in your Cottage and venture out only as you wish ? to stroll along the walking tracks which radiate from our Molloy Street site, to pop into Augusta for supplies, a quiet drink, or a meal at the hotel or one of the restaurants, or perhaps a trip up the Blackwood River on the ferry Miss Flinders. (Whale watching / seasonal)

Full of history is the Augusta-Margaret River - Prevally Park triangle, and just around the corner is Flinders Bay where Matthew Flinders dodged the shoals to make a landing during his circumnavigation of Australia. The French were actively exploring the coast at the time, and many coastal landmarks bear the names of French captains or their ships. The coast shoals are littered with wrecks, you can?t see them but you can read about them and, facing a fierce winter nor-westerly gusting into Hamelin Bay, you can see how inevitably they were blown on to the rocks.

Over a week you could have a picnic lunch or barbeque in a different spot each day ? outside your Cottage, at one of the beautiful spots like Hamelin Bay (wonderously peaceful in spring and summer), amid the karri forest bisected by Boranup Drive, at the Rotary Park which commemorates the working class people who became farmers in the 1920s resettlement scheme.

The mammoth, Lake and Jewel caves are all within 21 kilometres of Augusta. All have easy access and modern lighting.

You can hire fishing dinghies, windsurfers, surf cats on the Ellis Street foreshore or launch your own boat in either Augusta or Hamelin Bay.

Within walking distance of the Cottages you will find fisherman?s jetty. More adventurous anglers will cast into the ocean at places like Skippy Rock near the Leeuwin lighthouse.

Surfing and Diving
Some of the best in the West. Please take local advice on where and when.

Eat, Drink and be Merry
Your basic holiday triangle includes the best South-West wineries including wine tasting facilities.

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Location Info


4 Molloy Street
Western Australia
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Self Catering
Vineyard Stay
Self Catering Apartments holiday rentals
Water Skiing
Bush Walking
Wine Tasting