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Loverings Lodge – Emu Bay, Emu Bay

Loverings Lodge is a self contained beach house nestled into the hillside of beautiful Emu Bay on the north coast of Kangaroo Island. Located 100 metres from the jetty, boat ramp and five kilometres of sandy beach. This two bedroom house is built of natural stone, has air conditioning and new modern furnishings. The open plan living area delights visitors with sea views beyond a terraced native garden. There is also a guest room attached to the garage for extra people plus an under cover barbecue and courtyard, locked garage and fenced yard.

Accommodation Options


One queen, two doubles, one futon, three bunk beds and fold up bed.

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
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  • Sightseeing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • Wildlife

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