Discover the beauty of Montague Island Nature Reserve, off the south coast near Narooma, and experience a unique adventure by staying on the island in a lighthouse cottage.
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NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is offering 25 per cent off stays at the Montague Island Head Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage and Assistant Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage, between 29 February and 26 April, 2016.
Montague Island is a nature lover’s paradise; it’s home to hundreds of seals, more than 90 bird species, plentiful penguins, and is perfect for whale and dolphin watching.
For an unforgettable island experience, visitors can stay overnight in one of two heritage, boutique lighthouse cottages.
The Head Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage has five bedrooms and sleeps 12 guests, and the Assistant Lighthouse Keepers’s Cottage has three bedrooms and sleeps 6 guests.
Both cottages feature wide verandahs to enjoy panoramic ocean views, character-filled bedrooms, secluded courtyards and reading rooms, and fully-equipped modern kitchens.
All stays on the island include return boat transfers from the mainland, a visit to the local seal colony, and a 2.5 hour ranger-led tour that covers the Indigenous history of the island, explores native vegetation and abundant wildlife, and includes a visit to the top of the lighthouse.
To enjoy the special 25 per cent discount, bookings must be made for stays between 29 February and 26 April, 2016. Prices start at $1800 for two nights, plus 2.5 per cent booking fee. A minimum of two nights is required for all bookings.
To book visit www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/montagueislandoffer or call 13000 PARKS (13000 72757).