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Mt Dutton Bay Woolshed Heritage Cottage, Wangary

Enjoy the olde worlde and rustic charm of a fully restored heritage listed stone cottage circa 1875. This quaint peaceful coastal retreat is nestled between the beautiful Marble Ranges and the tranquil waters of Mount Dutton Bay. This cottage is charmingly presented and is the ideal country cottage style retreat for families, or as a romantic getaway for couples. Opposite the beach, jetty, boat ramp and heritage museum. See the dolphins from the jetty everyday. Kayak hire and fishing charters are available.

Accommodation Options


One queen bed, one queen sofa bed, two bunk beds.



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  • Fishing - Deep Sea
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  • Seakayaking
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  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • Wildlife

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