About this listing
Our comfortable and fully furnished home away-from-home is here to be used as a base for other. It's ideal for a small family or young couples, with books, toys, highchairs and cot to be used and enjoyed.
Bedroom 1: The master bedroom with queen bed and en suite shower and toilet
Bedroom 2: Double bedroom (currently with cot in there too)
Bedroom 3: Single bed, our toddlers room
Living room: large lounge and plenty of books on wildlife if you are interested.
Kitchen: electric hobs, oven, microwave and a fridge freezer. Large dinning table and train set.
Family bathroom: bath and stand alone shower and the toilet is separate.
The house has a light living space with large windows allowing for plenty of sun in on cold winter days, and blinds to shut the cold out at night. A sliding door leads to the garden from the kitchen, with outdoor furniture to seat 6, a large outdoors dinning table and comfy wicker chairs. We use our garden a lot as it traps the sun, it's quiet and comfortable. We have a swing set and trampoline for the kids to enjoy and an outdoor pool too.
We love our home and are happy to let other travelers borrow it.
Guest will have the whole house to themselves, and access to all rooms apart from the back room, which is locked with our personal items.
Interaction with guests
We are available by phone and email during your stay
Our neighbourhood is a quiet residential street, safe for kids and peaceful for adults.
Other things to note
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is only 20min drive away and the Dubbo Gaol in the town center 10mins.
No smoking, no pets and minimum stay 3 nights.
It goes without saying but please look after our home, it's not just a rental. Guests are welcome to use everything and eat anything available. We ask that if you break anything, you replace it and if you find anything broken, please report it to us directly.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
My husband and I are Conservation Biologists and we have two young boys. Our work is largely on endangered African carnivores. Our work often takes us back and forth to Africa and we're always looking for new places to stay and enjoy en-route.