Ideally located in a region rich with historic and natural beauty only 3 hours from Melbourne, Lakeview House overlooks beautiful Lake Yambuk and is just around the corner from one of southern Victoria’s most stunning and wild ocean beaches. The area is also the ancestral homeland of the Gundidjmara people.

Ideally located in a region rich with historic and natural beauty only 3 hours from Melbourne, Lakeview House overlooks beautiful Lake Yambuk and is just around the corner from one of southern Victoria’s most stunning and wild ocean beaches. The area is also the ancestral homeland of the Gundidjmara people.

Ideally located in a region rich with historic and natural beauty only 3 hours from Melbourne, Lakeview House overlooks beautiful Lake Yambuk and is just around the corner from one of southern Victoria’s most stunning and wild ocean beaches. The area is also the ancestral homeland of the Gundidjmara people.

➕ Only a ten-minute drive from Port Fairy’s cafes and restaurants, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out. There are many quality wineries and produce suppliers in the surrounding area, and fascinating secondhand and antique shops for treasure hunters.


➕ For those who love the outdoors, there are plenty of adventures to be had. Stroll to the surf beach, where it's rare to see another person. In fact, seabirds and the occasional fur seal are usually the only other creatures to break the solitude. If you look out over the waves you can see Dean Marr Island, Australia’s only off-shore volcano, which is home to a large seal colony and on the migratory path of the Southern Right Whale.

 

➕ Enjoy canoeing on the lake - or catch some fish. Experience Yambuk’s famous 33m slide. The estuary at the beach end of the lake is wonderful for children to paddle in, and swimming and surfing are easy and family friendly in nearby Port Fairy. Explore the Byaduk Caves, and visit the emus at Tower hill. Make a daytrip to the Glenelg River for a spot of kayaking (or a drift dive down Ewens Ponds). Sail out to Dean Marr Island to see the seals...


➕...or simply relax, and take in the spectacle of light and birdlife on the lake from the comfort of the daybed. Surrounded by lush farmland, enjoy the sight of cows, calves, sheep and lambs grazing around the boundary fences. You'll find it all too easy to spend your entire day in the little bit of paradise that is Lakeview House...

➕ Only a ten-minute drive from Port Fairy’s cafes and restaurants, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out. There are many quality wineries and produce suppliers in the surrounding area, and fascinating secondhand and antique shops for treasure hunters.


➕ For those who love the outdoors, there are plenty of adventures to be had. Stroll to the surf beach, where it's rare to see another person. In fact, seabirds and the occasional fur seal are usually the only other creatures to break the solitude. If you look out over the waves you can see Dean Marr Island, Australia’s only off-shore volcano, which is home to a large seal colony and on the migratory path of the Southern Right Whale.

 

➕ Enjoy canoeing on the lake - or catch some fish. Experience Yambuk’s famous 33m slide. The estuary at the beach end of the lake is wonderful for children to paddle in, and swimming and surfing are easy and family friendly in nearby Port Fairy. Explore the Byaduk Caves, and visit the emus at Tower hill. Make a daytrip to the Glenelg River for a spot of kayaking (or a drift dive down Ewens Ponds). Sail out to Dean Marr Island to see the seals...


➕...or simply relax, and take in the spectacle of light and birdlife on the lake from the comfort of the daybed. Surrounded by lush farmland, enjoy the sight of cows, calves, sheep and lambs grazing around the boundary fences. You'll find it all too easy to spend your entire day in the little bit of paradise that is Lakeview House...

➕ Only a ten-minute drive from Port Fairy’s cafes and restaurants, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out. There are many quality wineries and produce suppliers in the surrounding area, and fascinating secondhand and antique shops for treasure hunters.


➕ For those who love the outdoors, there are plenty of adventures to be had. Stroll to the surf beach, where it's rare to see another person. In fact, seabirds and the occasional fur seal are usually the only other creatures to break the solitude. If you look out over the waves you can see Dean Marr Island, Australia’s only off-shore volcano, which is home to a large seal colony and on the migratory path of the Southern Right Whale.

 

➕ Enjoy canoeing on the lake - or catch some fish. Experience Yambuk’s famous 33m slide. The estuary at the beach end of the lake is wonderful for children to paddle in, and swimming and surfing are easy and family friendly in nearby Port Fairy. Explore the Byaduk Caves, and visit the emus at Tower hill. Make a daytrip to the Glenelg River for a spot of kayaking (or a drift dive down Ewens Ponds). Sail out to Dean Marr Island to see the seals...


➕...or simply relax, and take in the spectacle of light and birdlife on the lake from the comfort of the daybed. Surrounded by lush farmland, enjoy the sight of cows, calves, sheep and lambs grazing around the boundary fences. You'll find it all too easy to spend your entire day in the little bit of paradise that is Lakeview House...