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Waterview, Leonay

Over looking the Nepean River, Fully self contained comfortable accommmodation for up to 8 people.
Situated at the foothills of the Blue Mountains in a quiet, peaceful bush setting with all the comforts of home.
Serviced daily, with off street parking and modern kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Experience all the peaceful comforts whilst being conveniently located to the M4 Freeway 1km, Leonay Golf Course 1km, Whitewater Stadium and International Regatta Centre 5 km and Penrith City Centre 5 minutes away. Bus stop opposite to Emu Plains and Penrith Railway Station.

Accommodation Options

Apartment/Self Contained Unit

Self contained accommodation for 8 people, Serviced Daily

Popular Activities

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  • Wildlife

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