Accommodation: (3 Night minimum stay!)
The house has two bedrooms.
One room has a queen sized bed, the other one set of bunks and a single. Doonas, blankets and pillows are provided but you will need to supply your own sheets & towels.
Brand new Reverse cycle system has just been installed (2017)
There is an open fire that can be used. (not applicable over summer)
The oven is electric (not fan forced). There is also an electric fry pan, microwave. and all your need to make a family meal.
There is a shower. (no bath sorry)
A washing machine is available. There is a clothes line strung behind two trees at the back of the house, and one attached to the side of the chimney outside. There is a stand up clothes horse as well.
In the living area there is a colour flat screen TV, a DVD, an ipod dock and a radio CD Player.
There is a small decking area at the front of the house
Chairs are kept in the laundry. As the sun shines in here it can be a lovely place to sit on a fine day.
The Anglesea beach, or the beach at Pt Roadknight, (a good beach for children) can be reached after an enjoyable downhill walk (not so good coming back!). The Angahook State Forest is accessible via a short walk up Harvey St. A few shops can be reached by foot, but the major shopping centre is a short drive back towards Geelong.
Some destinations worth visiting
• Point Addis: (5-10 minutes) has a magnificent view of the ocean. Turn off is located between T Torquay and Anglesea.
• Split point lighthouse Aireys Inlet: This is around a 10 minute drive beyond Anglesea on the Great Ocean Rd. Tours of the lighthouse can be arranged. There are also some good walks around the beach areas there.
• Lorne: 25-30 minutes along Great ocean Rd. A great place to visit and enjoy on a fine day—beautiful beach.
• Torquay: 15 minutes from Anglesea.
• Geelong: It is 25 minutes to the Southern end of Geelong, about 35 minutes to the City centre. It is well worth visiting Eastern Beach and the Botanical Gardens. For shoppers there is Westfield (Geelong City), Waurn Ponds and strip shops/KMart in Belmont.
• Bellarine Peninsula: Some places well worth visiting here such as Barwon Heads and Queenscliff.
Other information: There are other interesting bits of information that you will find in a folder that we have left in the house.
If there are any questions not answered here please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope you have a restful and enjoyable stay at the Warehouse.