Images: Marnie Hawson.
This incredible 1950s cottage is an idyllic home away from home, perfect for your next getaway to the picturesque landscapes of Marion Bay.
The relaxed, classic Australian beach house is situated at the gateway to Dhilba Gurranda (Innes National Park) and features cosy corners and stunning features such as an outdoor bath, day beds and a kitchen fireplace all within a hop, skip and a jump to the ocean.
Boasting three bedrooms (two queen size and one twin single) the original cottage was a kit home from Sweden, transformed by interior gurus and sisters Emma Read and Sarah Hall, who have transformed the charming cottage with thoughtful touches true to the rustic interior, where you can bathe under the stars or warm yourself by the indoor fire.
With a full sized kitchen, you can enjoy a lazy holiday breakfast with room for an epic spread on the country farmhouse table and breakfast bar.
The insta-worthy property even has its own dedicated Instagram account where you can see images of every curated corner of the cottage and its detailed interiors, as well as pictures from previous stays for holiday itinerary inspiration.
Perfect for lounging on warm days, the property even has a large covered deck with a dedicated chill space, perfect for those favourite getaway activities of reading, games and jigsaws (provided by the cottage!) or just stretching out on the outdoor day beds.
Offering a light and airy space with unique touches the property is a cosy oasis for anyone looking for an idyllic getaway to Marion Bay, with all the mod cons necessary for a comfortable stay just a short stroll from the sea.
A stay at My Sister & The Sea will set you back from $330 per night and bookings can be made via Air BnB.