Wombul House.

Wombul House

Perfect place for a family getaway.

Situated in native bushland above Caves Beach, this is the perfect place for a family getaway. 5 min walk to Caves Beach with easy access to local secrets Pinny Beach and Spoon Rock and the surrounding Wallarah National Park.

This a great retreat for a couple or a single person wanting some space, through to an extended family or two families holidaying together.

Guests benefit from free WiFi and private parking available on site. A dishwasher, an oven and a microwave can be found in the kitchen and there is a private bathroom. Towels and bed linen are featured in this self-catering accommodation. Other facilities at Wombul House include an outdoor pool.

The Entrance is 30 km from Wombul House, while Terrigal is 42 km away. The area is popular for fishing and hiking. The nearest airport is Newcastle Airport, 40 km from the property.

Address. 63 Scenic Dr, Caves Beach NSW 2281

Phone. (+61) 409 457 069


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