With sweeping views of the ocean and just a short stroll from the beach, the Homestead is embodiment of a remote island retreat. Originally built in 1910 and then renovated, the Homestead is situated against a group of mighty trees, overlooking an open field grazed by native kangaroos and cape barren geese. Step out onto your large deck area and enjoy your morning cuppa with the wildlife, watching a colourful Three Hummock Island sunrise. Take a picnic or bottle of wine down to Home beach, which stretches completely uninhabited as far as your eyes can see. Bird enthusiasts can walk the shoreline and catch a pair of sea eagles soaring gallantly overhead.
The Homestead is incredibly comfortable and adaptive to your needs - a warm haven after a long day of bush walking adventures, or a cozy place to escape and catch up on some reading. Wherever you are, you’ll be rewarded with the sound of soft waves in the background, lapping at the island’s stunning granite coast.
With a fully equipped kitchen, the Homestead allows you to be completely independent. Request some organic greens and herbs from the garden and cook yourself up something flavorsome to enjoy at your outdoor table while the sun goes down.
All linens are provided during your stay. There is a large collection of books to enjoy while here, as well a television, and a number of dvds.
Three Hummock Island is an Eco accommodation. All power is provided through renewable sources such as wind and solar. There are no high-drawing appliances such as electric kettles or hair dryers on the island. All water is provided through rain water tanks and a nearby spring. We politely ask that you enjoy these resources but refrain from overindulging. All guests are asked to take their rubbish with them.
Large fully equipped kitchen
Large outdoor deck
Sleeps up to 12
Light Continental breakfast provisions are available for purchase
$110/night per person
Maximum of $900/night
Minimum 2 night stay