Region: Jervis Bay/Ulladulla Accommodation
Manyana, South Coast, NSW
* Relaxing holiday home, comfortably furnished, well equipped and situated directly opposite the beach
* Spectacular and uninterrupted ocean, beach and coastal views for fourteen kilometers of coastline
* Walk across the street to the beach
* Comfortably accommodates up to eight in two queen size double beds, two king size single beds and two standard size single beds
* Two bathrooms (one on each level, with the upstairs bathroom having a bath)
* Well equipped kitchen
* Large timber deck with teak outdoor furniture setting and four burner gas barbecue

Magic Beach, Manyana has an open plan dining and lounge area. Facilities include selected board and card games (Trivial Pursuit, Monopoly, Scrabble, Chess, Draughts, Trouble, Uno etc.), 59cm stereo colour TV, home theatre system and video player (feel free to bring your own DVDs/videos, choose from our own selection, or visit the local general stores for further choices).

There is a large rumpus room downstairs, fully equipped laundry, plenty of doonas, pillows and blankets and, for a modest additional charge, we can also supply bed linen (sheets and pillow cases) and make up the beds prior to your arrival. There is also council playground equipment suitable for younger children located within a very short walking distance, community tennis courts located nearby and ample off street parking (please note that the garages are not currently available for tenant use).

Local Information: Manyana is a small coastal village located on the south coast of New South Wales between Nowra and Ulladulla. It's approximately two and a half hours from Sydney and a similar distance from Canberra. In addition to its spectacular surfing beaches, Manyana has many other local attractions including Lake Conjola and Berringer Lake, both ideal for fishing and other water sports, and Green Island, just a beach walk away, renowned for its great surf break and diving. Surrounding national parks are ideal spots for those who enjoy bushwalking and, for the more energetic, the climb to Mount Pigeon House begins in the nearby hinterland. If you wish to dine out, attend the movies, or browse in antique or art & craft shops then take the time to visit the historic township of Milton or the larger regional centre of Ulladulla.