Hobbs Point is a privately owned, nine acre peninsula in the forest, surrounded by the waters of Wagonga Inlet. No cars or industry, only the sounds of nature and oyster farmer's punts. At night listen to the fish jumping in the Inlet and be astonished by the night skies. It is quite simply, a stunning place to relax and recharge. You can do nothing, and still be fully engaged with the sights and sounds of nature.
Hobbs Point Cottage has been architecturally designed to accommodate two people, with hebel walls, timber lined cathedral ceiling, tiled floor throughout and a floor to ceiling north facing window wall leading to an outside timber deck. The decor and fittings have been carefully selected to compliment the superb unspoiled views of forest, water and sky on every side. Everything is provided except your meals.
Hobbs Point Cottage is located 50 metres from the waters edge, sited to maximize the glorious 180 degree views of water and forest, with no houses in view from your deck. You can use our canoe, bring your own kayak or small powered boat, or just fish from the shore. Hobbs Point is almost an island; threequarters of the boundary are fronted by the waters of Wagonga Inlet, which enters the Pacific Ocean at Narooma.
Your last chance to stay at Hobbs Point Cottage
After 20 glorious years at Hobbs Point, age has triumphed; we must reluctantly downsize. Hobbs Point is now for sale, and is under contract. We can only accept bookings up to 30 June 2018.
Look at our reviews, and you will find that our clients over the last ten years, have consistently described Hobbs Point using words such as "paradise, magical, idyllic, stunningly unique". Don't miss your last opportunity to experience the views, serenity and total privacy that is Hobbs Point.
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the north facing cottage overlooks wagonga inlet and state forest with not a house in sight
wally the garden gnome
our friendly resident swamp wallaby enjoys fine dining
hobbs point cottage at dusk
at night the stars are crystal clear in an unpolluted sky, and you can hear the fish jumping