Norfolk Pine Retreat is located on Pearl Beach on the Southern end of Wangi Wangi Shores in beautiful Lake Macquarie, NSW.
The self contained studio room is the perfect accommodation for:
- a romantic weekend away,
- accomodation during a business trip,
- special event - such as Catalina Festival, or an anniversary
Set in a beautiful greenery and only a 1 minute walk to the lake side, the divinely furnished adults only haven is an ideal place for rest and recuperation or personal retreat.
Enjoy the peace and serenity of your surroundings whilst you relax on the large private balcony, then step inside to enjoy some of the niceties of home for the duration of your stay.
The studio room is equipt with a Refrigerator, Microwave, Toaster, Kettle and Tea and Coffee is provided. The lounge room area has a tv and internet access is available . The stylish ensuite bathroom includes a shower, toilet and basin, with all linen for the double bed and your towels provided.
With a delicious continental breakfast, your hosts Carol and Bill Jones have got every aspect of your stay covered.
Arrangement can also be made to provide you with a lift from the designated off street parking up to your room
Exploring Lake Macquarie..
The largest coastal salt water lake, covering an area of 110 square kilometers, and is the largest permanent in the southern hemisphere. It is also twice the size of Sydney Harbour.
With a number of fantastic options to explore, the lake is excellent for swimming, fishing, boating and kayaking. There is a variety of shopping attractions, depending on your taste and interests, whether you explore the cuisine or step out into the community and explore the variety stores through the region.
The atmosphere at Wangi Wangi..
A short walk to the local shops and restaurants, Wangi has a village atmosphere, some of the businesses and services in the area include the:
- Local Pub, RSL,
- Workers club,
- Pizza Bar,
- Italian Restaurant,
- IGA food store,
- Hairdressers, etc.
Wangi Wangi itself, was Home to Artist, the late Sir William Dobell, famous for his 3 Archibald prizes, he lived here until his death in 1970 and now his home is a museum opened on weekends.
Distance from other major attractions
- The Vineyards in the Hunter Valley are about 45 minutes drive away.
- Newcastle city and its beautiful beaches that surround the city vary between 35 to 50 minutes drive, very popular with surfers.
- Sydney City is approximately 2 hours to drive.