Tucked away about four kilometres from Bundeena, the unique, wooden, two-bedroom Weemalah Cottage sits on the banks of the West Arm Creek, a tributary of Port Hacking River, one of the wildest waterways in the Royal National Park.
It has awesome waterviews and nothing beats sitting on your private verandah with a glass of wine, watching the river flow by. You can swim or fish, and you can also go kayaking or paddle upstream where you may spot sea eagles. Pack a picnic and head up to Winifred Falls to watch the birdlife, wallabies and goannas.
The cottage has three bedrooms and sleeps a total of eight people. There is a television, DVD player and washing machine. It is very popular and accepts bookings up to 12 months in advance.
Minimum stay: 2 nights
Price: from $250 per night (up to $575 in peak season)