Located 5 minutes from Margaret River town centre, you can holiday within an 88-acre designated conservation bush property. You will find yourself on the doorstep of all the culinary, wine and adventure opportunities the South West region has to offer. The eastern edge of the property is the Wadandi Track that runs from Cowaramup to Witchcliffe; beautiful for walking and bik
Located 5 minutes from Margaret River town centre, you can holiday within an 88-acre designated conservation bush property. You will find yourself on the doorstep of all the culinary, wine and adventure opportunities the South West region has to offer. The eastern edge of the property is the Wadandi Track that runs from Cowaramup to Witchcliffe; beautiful for walking and biking. We’re also minutes away from the vineyards of Xanadu, and both Voyager and Leeuwin Estates. Enjoy the quiet of the dark starry nights, catch glimpses of the kangaroos and emus that visit the paddocks, as well as endangered owls and the animal our road is named for, the brush-tailed possum.
There is lots of bushwalking to be had without leaving the property, walk along the fire breaks and take in the stunning woodland vistas, or, you can make your way around to our NE gate which will put you right on the Wadandi Track. About 500 metres south on the Track from our gate will find you at the sneaky back entrance of our next-door neighbours, Amaze'n Margaret River with their giant hedge maze, cafe and other family activities.
The cabins are quaint, comfortable and rustic; nothing too fancy, but just enough to let you relax and enjoy everything the region has to offer. Great for a couple, a family or a group of friends. Please note: Cabin 1 can accommodate 5 guests, while Cabin 2 fits 4 guests. Additionally, Cabin 1 has a very small wood stove as well as an oil heater and Cabin 2 has reverse cycle air - so either way, they are cosy and warm in the winter.
Both cabins have 2 bedrooms, a small living area as well as a kitchen and eating area. They each have one bedroom with a queen-size bed, while Cabin 1's second bedroom has a single bed and two single bunk beds, and Cabin 2's second bedroom only has two single beds.
The cabins are both quite private and surrounded by bush; the first Cabin is 160 metres from the Farmhouse and the second Cabin is 160 metres past that.
We feel so fortunate to live in such a beautiful spot and look forward to sharing it with you!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 97%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Gnarawary Lodge Bush Cabins in Western Australia.
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What a beautiful place! We feel like we struck gold in finding this place. The cabin is so cute and the owners have put so much effort to make the cabin feel so comfortable. We loved being able to take our dogs for walks around the property. Couldn’t recommend this place more!
Secluded cabin in the woods
This cabin (number 2) is one of the few places we've stayed at that is totally secluded and set within a gorgeous forest. Would recommend for anyone doing a self-retreat. We had breakfast on the balcony next to native birds who dined on the nectar of kangaroo paws right next to us. This place is simple and rustic and comfortable, with all the essential amenities. We hope to be back.
Bush cabin in the forest
This setting is serenely peaceful. It’s a fantastic place to “unplug”, forget the internet and enjoy nature! We treasured waking up to the varied birdsong, finding a goanna basking on a log outside the door as the mornings warmed up, and discovering little green frogs catching insects in the light spilling outside from the windows during the evenings.
The hosts have been extremely thoughtful in providing everything possible to improve general comfort. For example, they provided several tea towels to help with washing up, kindly exchanged our towels for fresh ones mid-stay, provided a selection of family games and there was enough basic cooking equipment for us to comfortably cook our evening meals - all while listening out for the rustling in the bush around us.
We stayed during a spell of extreme heat. What we noticed is that despite being out during all day, opening the windows really helped cool the cabin quickly in the evenings. The surrounding forest canopy really seemed to help too.
It’s a great retreat. We highly recommend staying there.
Reset, relax, recharge
I loved our time at the cabin - I love hiking/bush walking and am a budding birder, so the area was perfect. Loved the cabin. Was clean, smelled lovely, perfect relaxing spot to unwind and reset. Christine and Gavin were such helpful and inviting guests - as were their pups 🐶. Saw lots of beautiful splendid fairy wrens too 😍. I want to come back again, hoping in April.
What looked gorgeous and complete on arrival soon fell apart. With no fan, the cabin became uninhabitable due to the heat and no way to cool down, unfortunately we couldn’t manage to get the oven working either. This one’s personal preference but we found the bed extremely uncomfortable with little to no support
Perfect secluded cosy cabin
We had a beautiful stay at Gnarawary Lodge Bush Cabins. I really cant fault it! Full equipped kitchen, comfy beds, easy quick communication, picturesque location and a non alcoholic (pregnant) bubbles & bottle of wine in the fridge for our arrival. Such a perfect weekend thank you for having us.. this place is a real steal... we couldn't believe our luck finding it. :)
Stayed here with my family (kids 3 and 4) and everyone loved it. It's perfect for a quiet get away, while still being close to everything. The cabin was super clean and booking was really easy. We will definitely be back:)