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Emu Bay Holiday Homes, Emu Bay

Emu Bay Holiday Homes offer million dollar views of the four kilometre white beach of Emu Bay, only 18 kilometres from Kingscote along a bitumen road. The peaceful rural property of five acres offers plenty of space to stay and play. Choose from a holiday cabin with deck to a large three-bedroom house. The native gardens and trees attract and amazing variety of birds and native animals. All linen, bedding and towels are included in the affordable price. A central location for day trips to the rest of Kangaroo Island, but only 500 metres to the beach and jetty.

Accommodation Options


One queen size bed, one double bed, two bunk beds and sofa bed.


One queen size bed, one double bed, two single beds, four bunk beds and sofa bed.


One double bed and two sets of double bunk beds.


One double bed and two sets of double bunk beds.


One queen size bed and sofa bed.


One queen size bed, two single beds and sofa bed.


One queen size bed.


Popular Activities

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  • Wildlife

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