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Carina Cottage
SUPERHOST
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Carina CottageFreshly renovated COMPLETELY PRIVATE riverside Cabin with all amenities overlooking the most magnificent section of the Hawkesbury River at Lower Portland (City side of the River) - there is a modest (but modern) kitchen - adjacent to bushland and rural properties nearby historic Hawkesbury sites and wineries with pretty walks along the River 90 mins from the City 35 mins from Windsor and Rouse Hill Recent flooding has had little impact on our property

The Nest @ Brooklyn
SUPERHOST
Entire guest house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

The Nest @ BrooklynThe Nest is superbly styled to make your stay extra memorable with views over the Hawkesbury River, crisp white linen sheets and an array of complimentary teas and coffee to welcome you. Park your car right at the door and enter into a light filled open plan studio with fully functional kitchen, TV, sound system and free WiFi. A large seperate bathroom with shower, luxe bath towels and complimentary Savoir-Faire toiletries. A private deck to enjoy a wine while sitting back taking in the view.

Lazy Hans Cabin
12min Walk to the Ettalong Beach
SUPERHOST
Entire guest house · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Lazy Hans Cabin 12min Walk to the Ettalong BeachOur beautiful new cabin is built with wood. You will feel the fresh air when you walk into the house. It has everything you need inside, and all of the things inside is new. Ettalong Beach is in walking distance, it takes about 14min to get there on foot.

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Popular amenities for Hawkesbury River holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great holiday rentals in Hawkesbury River

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  1. Entire cottage
  2. Lower Portland
1880's Church by the Colo River
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  1. Barn
  2. Clareville
Boathouse at the waters edge. "Salacia Boathouse"
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Pearl Beach
Pearl Beach Chillout
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Umina Beach
OCEAN VIEW APARTMENT (Stunning Beachfront Views)
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guest house
  2. Avalon
Beautiful "Albert Cottage" In Avalon Beach
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Umina Beach
Cottage within walking distance to the Beach
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  1. Entire cottage
  2. Pearl Beach
Bangalay Cottage Pearl Beach
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Pearl Beach
Relaxing family property one minute from the beach
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Blaxlands Ridge
Kurrajong Trails & Cottages. S/C
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Umina Beach
Beautiful beachside apartment
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Pearl Beach
Seabreeze, a unique waterfront/beachside property
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Gunderman
Hawkesbury Hideout

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  • Breakfast with Alpacas
    The alpaca farm experience on the Central Coast appeals to people of all ages. We have 50+ alpacas, 40+ sheep and 38 cows and calves. You'll meet Billy our very special guard alpaca who will want to fed a banana before he will let you on the farm. Next you'll meet Ellie a wiltipoll sheep who is Billy's best friend. Take time to meet Billy and Ellie and get some photos. Ellie enjoys a good deep tissue massage Please bring some bananas for Billy, Joey and Cruz. Next its time to meet and feed Coby and Andy our horses who enjoy apples and carrots Walking up past the horses we meet Benny and the gang our flock of wiltipoll sheep. They are keen for their grain and carrots. Here you'll have the chance to hand feed the sheep and learn about what makes wiltipolls different to other sheep. You'll also meet Lola our maremma who guards the sheep From here its off to the alpacas where you will the opportunity to hand feed them their alpaca mix and carrots. We spend time meeting the alpacas, interacting with them and learning their personalities. When the alpacas are full its time to round them up and bring them to where we have a complimentary breakfast Its' now time for our breakfast watching the alpacas Enclosed shoes are recommended We also run an afternoon alpaca experiences Google Iris Lodge Alpacas alpacas.jilliby@gmail.com
    From Price:£32/person
  • Alpaca farm visit
    This is an alpaca farm experience on the Central Coast of NSW. We have 50+ alpacas, 40+ sheep and 38 cows and calves. You'll first meet Billy, Ellie and friends. Billy, Joey and Cruz will be looking for a banana before they let you onto the farm. For the horse lovers you'll have the opportunity to feed them apples and carrots and to go in with them while they have their dinner. Meanwhile Billy (the alpaca) along with 7 of his friends will be wanting to be fed their carrots. We now feed the remaining horses as we head down to the sheep. The sheep love their afternoon treats that you'll get to feed them. Then we get up close and personal with the alpacas as we hand feed them their dinner. Once the alpacas are full we head back to the sheep and put them into their night paddock and give them their dinner. Other things to note If it has been raining wear old shoes or gum boots
    From Price:£19/person
  • Stargazing Tour with an Astrophysicist
    Embark on a captivating space journey in the endless beauty of the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains skies. Join us for a fun, interactive and insightful sky watching nocturnal tour, stargazing experience and fascinating storytelling. Perfect night out for all ages, date nights, families, groups and locals, this unforgettable tour features Australia’s spectacular night sky away from the city lights. A wonderful opportunity to experience the Southern Sky and its celestial wonders only visible from the Southern hemisphere. We'll start the tour with a quick introduction of the history of the Blue Mountains through time. We'll follow with tips and hacks on how to identify stars and constellations with the naked-eye and introduce you to the celestial dance of planets, satellites, navigation, the Universe, our home Galaxy and beyond... You will then observe through the professional-grade telescope objects such as (depending on the time of year and night): - The Moon and its craters and seas - Saturn’s rings - The moons of Jupiter - Mars & Venus - The Orion Nebula - Star clusters - Double & triple stars - Deep space objects such as galaxies and our fabulous Milky Way - Shooting stars if you are lucky! I will delve into the study of every object and answer all your questions. We look forward to sharing this moment with you in this special place in the world. Other things to note Please be aware that astronomy tours are weather dependent, they may be cancelled in case of cloud cover meaning no visible stars. We will message you 1 hour before the start of the tour to confirm or cancel it. In case of bad weather, you will receive a refund. You can also rebook another date.
    From Price:£45/person
  • Meet the sanctuary animals of Moo to Ewe
    Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. We start by meeting the cheeky goat gang who love eating from your hand! Next we take a nice stroll over to meet the friendly cows, followed by spending some quality time with the sheep and alpacas. Next up, we visit the hens and roosters, before making our way over to meet pigs Sunday, Bo and Ivy. During the tour you are welcome to pat and scratch any of the animals if they are willing. We are not a petting zoo.
    From Price:£19/person
  • Windsurf Narrabeen
    We'll start by rigging up the windsurfer and you'll learn how all the pieces fit together. Then you'll practise reading the wind as it skates across the water and develop your balance on the board. Before you know it, you'll be finding your feet, pulling up the sail and gliding through the water. As you splash through the water, you'll look back and see the thumbs up - success! The first hour will be closeup teaching. Then, I'll sail around you and give you feedback intermittently. We will take a break for a picnic on the grass (you will have to bring your own food), where you can watch native Australian birds, sailboats, and the sun sparkling across the lake. After lunch, we'll work on accelerating and turning. If you can catch a gust of wind and carve through the water, don't forget to look back, as I'll be catching it all for you on camera! In the last half hour, we will wash the gear and pack up. You'll come away wondering how this hidden oasis of nature can be so close to a big city. Afterwards, I'll send you the photos and videos so you can show off to all your mates! ;) This activity is designed for beginners, but intermediate and advanced windsurfers are always welcome.
    From Price:£127/person

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