Grass Tree Gully takes you to the heights of Deep Creek with a cosy cabin retreat hidden amongst the grass trees.
The quaint accommodation is nestled on traditional Ngarrindjeri land neighbouring Deep Creek Conservation Park on the southernmost tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
From the deck, Grass Tree Gully offers stunning views through a valley of green bush that meets the ocean and across to Kangaroo Island.
The weatherboard cabin is a 2 bedroom home suitable for 5 guests with a fully equipped kitchen and an open plan living space, all yours to enjoy.
The raw timber brings warmth to the space with a neutral interior encompassing the relaxing accommodation.
The large deck is a glorious element to the space and the perfect spot to sip a morning dawn coffee or sunset wine. Find a cosy spot beside the wood fire heater and curl up with a book and a tea overlooking the region.
While Grass Tree Gully offers privacy and seclusion tucked away in the bush, it is also close to 15 walking trails to explore.
It’s also a short distance from the renowned Blowhole Beach which you can take a bumpy bike ride to or hike 3 km down.
To note, there is no mains water – relying solely on the sky, guests are reminded to use this supply responsibly.
While the Airbnb offers pantry essentials, the accommodation is remote, so it is encouraged to have a shop of goods beforehand and bring a bunch of groceries.
Say hello to the native wildlife and watch the whales in winter – escape from the busy city and soak in the peaceful mother nature of Deep Creek.
Find out more about Grass Tree Gully and book here.