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Twin Rivers Retreat

Tourism Region: North Coast

Beautiful Homestead & Guesthouse

Perched on a cliff top overlooking the magnificent Clarence River, Twin Rivers operates as an Airbnb holiday guesthouse where families or small groups can relax. . Twin Rivers Retreat is quiet, relaxing, and peaceful escape with all your modern necessities. The well appointed homestead is equipped with pool, cabana, and yoga hut. The homestead has views over the Clarence River and up to the mountains. It is an ideal accomodation that is wonderfully presented. The perfect place for a retreat, workshop, corporate conference, wedding, and getaway for families and friends. . The house has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious lounge/living room with cosy fireplace and gourmet kitchen with butlers pantry. Add the extra rumpus room, two bunk rooms, kitchenette and dining, and bathrooms in the guest house, we cater for up to 14 guests. The pool and deck area is sensational. . As a guideline, this property is for buyers in the higher two million bracket. . This property has many possible future directions for the new owners to choose. Cattle and timber are two sideline incomes. There are some good sites to develop camping. Four wheel driving and quad biking would be excellent, and the bass fishing is sensational. One of the best sections of the Clarence River. . A corporate retreat, suitable for movie stars, is the ultimate weekender and has easy helicopter access. The farm and yard can be managed by a rouseabout (1 day a week). Phone reception is excellent. . You can view some more of the property on Airbnb’s webpage. Look up 559 Meyers Rd, Ramornie,NSW. . Located 25 minutes from the beautiful town of Grafton.

Property Address

559 Meyers Rd, Ramornie, 2460, New South Wales


  • Main Residence and Guest House
  • 20m Swimming Pool
  • Clarence River
  • 1200 acres of Privacy

The Essentials

Other Information

  • Business & Freehold
  • Currently Operating
  • Turnover: $100,000

Category Information

  • Accommodation
  • Private Retreats

North Coast

ABOUT THIS REGION The North Coast is located between 590 kilometres (370 mi) and 820 kilometres (510 mi) north of Sydney. At its most northern point, the region is 102 kilometres (63 mi) south south–east of the Queensland capital, Brisbane. As with all regions of New South Wales, it has no official status, although state government department offices and local governments in the area work together for purposes such as tourism, education, water catchment management and waste management. This area has a mild, sub-tropical climate. On the scenic North Coast of NSW, you’ll discover a hinterland of lush river valleys and a coastline of sparkling uncrowded beaches that are easy to get to along the Legendary Pacific Coast touring route. The North Coast has some of the best, and most well known, beaches in Australia at Byron Bay, Lennox Head, around Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie, Port Stephens and Newcastle. North Coast holiday choices are many and varied. You can tackle the vast sand dunes of Stockton Beach, north of Newcastle, by 4WD or go scuba diving at Solitary Islands Marine Park, off the coast at Coffs Harbour. Hiking through forests, thousands of years old, in World Heritage-listed Dorrigo National Park is a real adventure as is being part of the alternative vibe at famed Channon markets on the scenic, meandering drive to Lismore. Whale watching is also popular at many locations along the North Coast. During their northern migration, most whales come within 3 km of the NSW coast so you can see them from headlands and lookouts in national parks. Some popular spots on the North Coast are Cape Byron State Conservation Area, Bundjalung National Park (Iluka Bluff), Yuraygir National Park (Angourie Point), Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve (Coffs Harbour), Hat Head National Park (Smoky Head), Tomaree National Park (Tomaree Head at Port Stephens) and Wyrrabalong National Park (Crackneck Lookout). Whale-watching tours are also popular on the North Coast. You’ll find a wide range of tours on offer from Byron Bay whale watching, Coffs Harbour and Port Stephens. Most humpback whales in NSW waters are actively migrating so there are strict guidelines about disturbance by vessels that could affect the animals. Humpback whales and southern right whales migrate along the NSW coastline throughout June and in the first week of July, and return southwards from around September to November. INDUSTRY RESOURCES Regional Tourism Website : Coffs Coast Regional Tourism Website : Port Macquarie Regional Tourism Website : Byron Bay Regional Tourism Website : Destination NSW Research and Statistics : Destination NSW Corporate Website Local Councils : Local Government Association NSW CREDITS Information Source : Wikipedia Information Source : Destination NSW Image Credit : Town Beach, Port Macquarie : Destination NSW : Kent Matthews Regional Map : Copyright 2014 GoPanda Communications GoPanda

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