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Gables by the Lake, Coal Point

Only 90 minutes from sydney yet worlds away from the pressure of daily life! A fully self contained separate studio apartment overlooking the lake, with views of the watagan mountains to the west and a tropical pool garden to the north. The fifty square metre private apartment boasts a twelve foot cathedral ceiling, is fully air conditioned with kitchenette, microwave, TV, video and separate spacious bedroom. A separate suite with queen size bed is also available.

Independent self contained apartment
Large heated pool
BBQ facilities
Great local restaurants
Fresh fruit platter or bottle of wine on arrival
Breakfast included.

Spacious, separate, self-contained, air-conditioned apartment with usage of a large pool surrounded by tropical gardens.

Accommodation Options

Self contained apartment

Queen room


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Adventure
  • Fishing

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