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Dunsborough Rail Carriages And Farm Cottages

123 Commonage Rd, Dunsborough WA 6281
ph: +61 8 9755 3865      fax: +61 8 9755 3877

We offer accommodation in lovingly restored historic jarrah rail carriages, 2 bedroom cottages, and a 4 bedroom farm house in a beautiful secluded bush setting on 100 acres of farm and bushland next to Geographe Bay, Western Australia


Carriage Accommodation

Carriage AccommodationTucked away in a beautiful secluded bush setting, these delightful and unique carriages are tastefully appointed with modern home conveniences. Though they are ideally set up for couples, as they have an open plan, we can put fold-a-beds for small children or an extra adult.

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Reconnect with nature

Reconnect with natureDuring your stay, you can just about always count on our resident kangaroos, Tinkerbell and Eve or a new joey to come up for a feed. We provide special pellets free of charge. You can collect eggs fresh from the chicken coop (with assistance from management) or enjoy swinging amongst the peppermint trees. The Meelup National Park is 200m away, which is the start of a coastal walking trail that goes all the way to Cape Naturaliste.

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Many local attractionsOur carriages and farm cottages provide a perfect base for exploring Dunsborough, located 25km from Busselton, WA and some of the most beautiful coastlines in Australia. Sheltered by the waters of Geographe Bay, Dunsborough has a lot to offer including whale watching, sailing, canoeing, fishing, scuba diving, windsurfing, water skiing, horse riding, golf, wildlife parks, wineries and galleries featuring local arts & crafts.

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A taste of country life

A taste of country lifeOur 100 acre farm property is ideally located at the heart of the South West Cape region. Just minutes from Dunsborough town centre and the beach.
Awaken to birdsong and enjoy breakfast on your verandah (farm fresh eggs available free), whilst watching the abundant bird life and friendly kangaroos. After breakfast, go for a stroll through the forest, meander along the rehabilitated creekline, enjoy the tranquility of country life.

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