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Murramarang Resort

Thursday, November 9, 2006

EcoPoint Resorts have three properties in New South Wales — Murramarang on the south coast, Myall Shores on the mid-north coast and Angourie in Yamba on the north coast.

Getaway visited Murramarang Resort in the Murramarang National Park which follows the southern coastline of New South Wales from Long Beach up to Merry Beach, near Ulladulla. It is surrounded by three state forests — Kioloa, South Brooman and Benandarrah.

Mill Beach in the park is possibly the favourite beach but there are plenty to choose from. You will probably have to share the beach in the morning and evening with kangaroos, rabbits and bush turkeys — nature at its best!

There is a fantastic range of accommodation — 104 villas, spa villas, garden, forest and park villas, one and two-bedroom villas, rated from two to four stars. Eighty campsites ranging from unpowered, powered and ensuite are for those who love the outdoors. There is a large amenities block with showers and toilets, laundry, camp kitchen and barbecues. Something for every budget.

Wooden cabins and bungalows with verandahs are surrounded by lush gardens and there is a barbecue area, a great place to meet other holidaymakers.

Couples, families, school groups, community and sporting clubs, conferences and weddings are all catered for. Murramarang Resort has world-class eco facilities and activities. Eco Kids Clubs and nature activities keep the young ones occupied and there are rockpools and rock platforms to explore.

Evening activities include karaoke, cabaret shows, line dancing and bopping to a live band by the pool.

The ocean is at your doorstep and the breathtaking beauty captivates from the minute you arrive.

Forget pies and chips! The Flat Rock Brasserie serves wonderful food — smoked salmon, avocado, lobster, strawberry coulis and plenty to satisfy children.

Wasphead Bar is the meeting place for cocktails and other drinks. A barbecue is available for guests to self-cook. They can purchase steak, chicken, sausages and fish from the Resort. Price includes salads and a fruit platter.

Skippy's Snack Bar is perfect for light meals and snacks and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is also a kiosk which has basic supplies and bait.

Murramarang National Park is excellent for walking and cycling — there is great diversity of flora and fauna. Bicycles can be rented and maps are available at reception.

It's quite possible that once you've experienced EcoPoint's hospitality at one resort, you'll want to stay at the other two.


206km south-west of Sydney.


EcoPoint Murramarang cabins start at $172 a double a night. Powered campsites are from $23 a double a night.

Prices quoted are correct on November 9, 2006.

More information

EcoPoint Murramarang Resort
Mill Beach
Banyandah Street
South Durras 2536
Ph: (02) 4478 6355, 1300 767 255
Fax: (02) 4478 6230

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