Noosa Homestead - colonial home in 5 garden acres

Noosa Homestead - colonial home in 5 garden acres


Jul 2013

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

We're after a 4 to 8 week swap anywhere between mid-July and mid-October in 2017!
UK or Europe!

Our lovely, 20 year old, timber and brick colonial-styled home has 4 bedrooms, a bathroom, laundry and living downstairs and a main bedroom, ensuite, sewing nook and study upstairs.
Downstairs the everyday living area is open plan with a spacious kitchen, breakfast and tv area which overlook the picturesque lake and gardens. Beside this a more formal lounge and dining area nestled around a cast iron wood fireplace. All rooms downstairs have access to the wide verandahs, front and back, which are great for enjoying bar-b-ques or just sitting in the comfy chairs viewing the surrounds.
Our home overlooks a large lake which hosts a variety of wildlife from native birds and ducks to kangaroos, turtles and echidna. We love sitting at the breakfast table observing the many creatures interacting in the mornings.
From our place it's a 10 minute drive to the pristine Noosa River beside which you could take a scenic walk or visit one of the many cafes, restaurants or shops. As well you can relax or swim at one of the world renowned beaches of Noosa. Whales and dolphins can be spotted on a walk around the bays and rocky headlands of the famous Noosa National Park. (you might even spot a koala)

The shores of nearby Boreen Point and Lake Cootharaba, in the upper reaches of the Noosa River system, are such a beautiful place to visit for fishing, sailing, canoeing, camping, bush walking and just to get away from it all.

Ours is a great location to just relax at or use as a base for visiting the beautiful beaches and many tourist and natural attractions of our unique Sunshine Coast and hinterland.


Kathy and Steve's reviews

As a host (1)

More about us

  1. We're a married couple, semi-retired, with 3 adult children, 2 grandchildren in the UK. This swap is for 2018.

  2. Steve works as a payroll supervisor for the local council and Kathy is a retired teacher

  3. We are non-smokers, keen walkers and just love the healthy outdoor life here - playing sport and being in the outdoors. We have 2 kayaks, 2 bicycles, golf clubs, tennis racquets and fishing gear which we're happy to let anyone use. We love our home and it's location.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Noosa is famous for it's many world class restaurants, varied cuisine, catering for all tastes and budgets.
Cool bars
Many in the Noosa area
Cozy cafés
Dozens throughout the area - in the smaller country towns too
Retail therapy
Hastings St, Noosa Heads, Maroochydore or a quick trip to the capital of Brisbane
Bit of culture
Galleries of the Sunshine Coast. Craft markets and shops at Eumundi and Monteville.
Walks in the park
Noosa National Park, Noosa River, Numerous national parks throughout the hinterland
Spot of exercise
Walks/Runs through the Noosa National Park, beside the pristine Noosa River. Kayaking on L. Cootharaba, Noosa River or Laguna Bay.
Day tripping
Fraser Island, 40 Mile Beach, The Everglades, Maleny area

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