Take time for out with a wellness retreat-style holiday
Time to take time out for yourself? Wandha Myall Lakes offers the ideal base for a health and wellness getaway in the Great Lakes region.
The sights, sounds, and serenity of the Australian bush combined with the natural beauty of the beaches provide a welcome respite from the fast-paced modern world.
Slow down to take in your surroundings, foster relaxation and mental clarity. Simply spend time at the property or take advantage of one of the many health and wellness services in the area. Yoga, massage, nourishing food, mindful walks… its all here.
Massage & Yoga
Megan Jones is a renowned yoga instructor and practitioner who offers her expertise in various styles of yoga. She is dedicated to promoting holistic wellbeing and can deliver yoga and massage services at the property.
Yoga classes are held just a couple of minutes down the Lakes Way at the heritage-listed Bungwahl Hall six days a week. Classes at Bungwahl Yoga Room offer a variety of yoga styles with different instructors.
The walk up to the iconic Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse in Seal Rocks offers a captivating experience amidst nature’s beauty. As you ascend, you’ll be greeted by picturesque coastal views, lush greenery, and the soothing sound of waves crashing against the shore.
Bulahdelah Mountain holds cultural significance as an Aboriginal place, adding a layer of cultural appreciation to your walk through this remarkable landscape. It is a site rich with the heritage and history of the Worimi people, showcasing their deep connection to the land.
Starting from Ruins Campground, you’ll climb up Booti Hill and enjoy Seven Mile Beach with lookout points along the way. Continue to Elizabeth Beach for a swim and picnic, then cross The Lakes Way to walk alongside Wallis Lake. It’s a diverse and rewarding journey blending ocean views, nature, and history.
Cooking At The Property
The house has a fully functional kitchen equipped with electric oven and cooktop, microwave, espresso machine, kettle, toaster, dishwasher and sandwich press.
The pantry is stocked with staples like olive oil, flour, sugar, coffee, tea and salt & pepper.
Guests are welcome to pick the produce in the Harvest Garden. Depending on season you might find tomatoes, cucumber, rosemary, sage, thyme, parsley, spinach, snowpeas, strawberries, celery, zucchinis, capsicum, basil and chilli. On the fruit trees throughout the garden you’ll find apples, pears, plums, apricots, mandarins, lemons, oranges, limes and ruby grapefruit.