Hobbs Point is a privately owned 9 acre peninsula in the forest, surrounded by the waters of Wagonga Inlet
No cars, no industry, only the sounds of nature and the odd oyster fisherman's punt. At night listen to the fish jumping in Wagonga 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
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.
The cottage has been architecturally designed to accommodate two people, with hebel walls, timber lined cathedral ceiling, and a floor to ceiling north facing window wall leading to an outside timber deck.
Things to do at Hobbs Point
Bird Watching: A twitchers paradise, with sea birds, wading birds, eagles, parrots, pigeons, cockatoos, and small birds galore - follow link
Fishing: Collect oysters from the rocks, fish from the shore, use our canoe, or bring a small boat - follow link
Canoeing: Use our double canoe or bring your own; Wagonga Inlet is large enough to explore all day.
Swimming: Swim at Surf Beach Narooma if you need waves, in the Olympic Pool in Narooma if you don't, or in the inlet for a quick dip.
Walking: Try the Mt Dromedary Walk, or the Board Walk
"Jan 2015....With so much gratitude for all you shared with us and obviously so many others. The solitude and serenity allowed us to reset and redream!
A Haiku for Hobbs Point;
spotted gum sentinels
jumping fish sew it all together
still water alternating
shivered patches of wind
oyster boat carves through
Michelle & Peter
Every guest at Hobbs Point Cottage is encouraged to talk about their photography, but If you are a keen photographer and want to really improve your skills, why not organise your stay to include private photography tuition with internationally renowned photographer Heide Smith.
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