Waterfront Retreat At Wattle Point Gippsland Accessible Accommodation
Waterfront Retreat Wattle Point Gippsland Accessible Accommodation is situated on twenty acres, on the Gippsland lakes and is teeming with wildlife.
The retreat offers accessible accommodation in several of the lodges. Fifteen are ground floor accessible and two are wheelchair accessible. The two wheelchair-accessible lodges offer two bathrooms and two bedrooms, one containing a spa. Both can sleep four people. They are self-contained with full-size kitchens (no ovens) and a bbq outside on the deck.
The retreat is also ideally suited for large groups and events, as there are a total of nineteen accessible and non-accessible self-contained lodges. In fact, there is an on-site conference centre that can hold up to 90 people. Weddings, craft weekends and conferences are all held at the retreat.
Only Registered Service animals are permitted. Must have Certification paperwork. Pets in general are not permitted. (BYO bed and bowls.)
Activities In and Around Waterfront Retreat Wattle Point Gippsland Accessible Accommodation
The retreat has gravel roads it is flat and easily accessible for wheelchairs to explore and head out onto the jetty for great views of the lake. You can even feed the local family of kangaroos!
The resort has an indoor heated pool, and outdoor and undercover spa. Enjoy spotting many native birds and wildlife.
Take a short trip to Paynesville and head over to Raymond Island on the ferry to see the koalas.
HERE is a mobility map for East Gippsland should you choose to venture out.
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