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Fawlty Farm (Victorian High Country Victoria) The best way to describe Fawlty Farm is that it is has all the components of a very large house, but here they are separated and spread out over a small area. The focal point is the `Big Top`. This is an open-sided but covered area of some 150sq.mt. There is an open fire pit in the centre surrounded by 3 tables each seating 10 people. There are a total of 7 different ovens, spits, grills and BBQ`s both gas and wood fired to delight the most ambitious cook. Lighting is by gas table lamps and gas flares. The centre piece is the largest cedar Hot Tub (12 persons) in Australia. Connected to this is a building that houses the substantial kitchen and living rooms as well as the bathroom(2toilets and 2 showers) complex. Behind here is the pool room with a wall plasma and reverse A/C. The bunkhouse is connected to these by a covered walkway. Here there are 2 rooms with 6 bunks in each. Next to these buildings are the 4 separate A frame huts that have a double bed and 2 folding camp beds in each. The whole property has a total of 4 double beds and 12 single beds as well as the 8 folding beds suitable for children 4-10yo.. The whole environment of the farm is perfect for a group of friends or family looking for a place with great facilities and loads of interesting accommodation. There is plenty of space for your cars boats and caravans. You can bring your dogs(enquire first) and horses. The private lake is stocked with fish and is safe for swimming but is not fenced. The 300 acres is steeply undulating country with a mixture of open grassy paddocks and dense natural bushland. Perfect for that getaway where the only sounds you will hear will be yours or the abundant wildlife. The property does have several houses in the vicinity so the normal EPA noise restrictions still apply. These will be explained to you in detail if you submit an email.
New South Wales Sydney Harbour Bridge, historic landscapes and buildings, lots of beaches and coves, energetic café and restaurant society, THE Mardi Gras, festivals and markets, Oxford Street and fabulous shopping.
Victoria Known for the Great Ocean Drive, this state has a dynamic and vibrant café and restaurant culture that is rivalled by the arts, fashion and gay scenes - a truly exciting and fun state to travel within.
Tasmania Unique, historic, superb - quaint early settler foundations provide a raw and artistic overlay to the world-famous wilderness of Tasmania's forests.
Queensland Rolling, diverse country scenery, beaches that stretch endlessly, Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Island Resort holidays - Dotted along the coastline are cities and small townships offering great accommodations and food experiences.
Western Australia Beaches that rival Queensland's golden sands, thriving and exquistite food and fashion industries.
South Australia This is Nirvana for foodies, wine-lovers, coffee-guzzlers, arty-farties, scenery snobs and the traveller with distinct, classy taste.
The Northern Territory Awe-Inspiring natural landmarks create an earthy, magnificent focal point and are complimented wonderfully with resorts and accommodation experiences that feel like oasis and heaven together.
ACT Laughingly dubbed the "porn capital", Canberra is a great and easy city to drive in and around. The landscapes and townships are all unexpected and extraordinary in style, offerings and adventure. The night scene is superb and all tastes and needs can be endlessly, happily met.