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Winfield Fishing Retreat

· Winfield, Queensland
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1 Glamping
Waterfront property on pristine Baffle Creek. The main house sleeps 10 is fully self contained and self catering, then there is a separate cabin that sleeps 4 also self contained. We rent this out as one complete package (we do not separate the cabin and the house). The cabin has everything you need for a comfortable stay with a full kitchen and bathroom available. Direct access to a nice sandy beach you can safely moor your boat right in front of the house or just enjoy the peace and quiet and admire the scenery. Baffle creek is renowned for fishing, crabbing and prawning all year round. Explore the miles of estuary systems or about 10 minutes by boat to the mouth where you can access inshore reefs or only 18km to world renowned dive site the Karma. Pets are welcome. Sorry, no campfires allowed.
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Winfield, Queensland, AustraliaTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Darren H.Joined in January 2017
Response rate: 100%
4 Ratings · 3 reviews
Cameron D.recommends
June 2, 2022
Baffle Creek Fishing Cabin
Good location. Short trip in the boat to the mouth. Fish of the stay was an 83cm flatty. Great little fishing trip.
Karen A.recommends
May 2, 2022
Baffle Creek Fishing Cabin
Great to leave boat in water
The location is fabulous and we enjoyed ourselves. Loved waking up to the sun rising over the creek. We kept the boat on the sandy beach just near the house where there is a gentle slope to walk down. Big plus. Our bed was comfortable. I would take your own towels, camp chairs and sharp knife and non stick pan. Beautiful part of the world
Paul D.recommends
December 23, 2021
Baffle Creek Fishing Cabin
Great location, clean, and neat. Well maintained.
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