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BaliatAvalon guestsVicki Toni Ralph and Angelo

Perfect place for two couples to get away

 

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The Space


Bali@Avalon has two guest rooms which share a common bathroom with quality finishes and furnishings throughout. Each room has a queen bed with 1,000 thread count sheets. The guest house is housed in a very private Balinese style compound and is separate from the main house. Each room has dedicated indoor and outdoor tables and chairs, safe,as well as small fridge, tea and coffee facilities, and microwave.

If you are a single or a couple wishing greater privacy we are happy to discuss booking out the second room at a reduced rate provided it remains unused during your stay. Ask us about this option.

There is a heated swimming pool, surrounded by immaculate gardens boasting lush foliage and flowering plants. Next to the pool is a Bali style cabana, table and beautiful daybed. There is also a fully functional outdoor kitchen set amongst the beautiful established gardens. Guests should have no trouble finding either shade or sunshine as they desire.

The gardens abound in statuary and several water features, including fish ponds. There is an outdoor shower with hot and cold running water. The gardens even boast a small temple as traditionally found on many roadsides on the island. The garden design allows for both communal areas and nooks for contemplation and privacy. Subtle lighting ensure the beauty continues into the evening.

Guest access

Guests have complete access to the gardens, pool, cabana and decks. Guests also have access to a barbeque with all necessary utensils.

Interaction with guests

As hosts we are both experienced travellers with a love of meeting people. Having one introvert and one extrovert in the relationship gives a good appreciation of both socialising and the need for quiet personal space. We are happy to work with guests to provide the desired experience as best we can, however it is our home and we with be sharing the grounds with you.

We both work full time outside the home and so will not always be physically available to weekday guests, but where practical and convenient we are happy to assist visitors to enjoy and experience the area. Bob, in particular, has worked in environmental management locally for nearly two decades and has a wealth of knowledge about the region he is happy to share.

The neighbourhood

Avalon Bay is in Falcon, a residential suburb of Mandurah located 11 kilometres south of the town Centre. It is approximately 80 kilometres from the Perth CBD. Falcon is surrounded by water, with the Indian Ocean on one side and the beautiful waters of the Peel-Harvey Estuary on the other.

Opportunities for water sports abound. There are several nearby surf breaks, a limestone reef for snorkelling, a bay for swimming and miles of sandy beaches for walking. There are 4 boat ramps within a few kilometres providing excellent options for launching a variety of vessels. The beaches and the nearby Dawesville Channel provide excellent fishing opportunities. And of course Mandurah is famous for its crabs and crabbing.

There are numerous walking and cycling tracks in the area.

Cobblers Tavern and its’ bistro is a 15 minute walk away. There are a few other restaurant options nearby, as well as a number of faster food and bakery outlets. Falcon isn’t a nightlife Mecca, but the sunsets are superb.

Bali@Avalon is 1 kilometre from shops at Miami Plaza shopping Centre where you can find supermarkets, newsagent, chemist, and a variety of other specialty shops. Most of the necessities can be easily found there.

Getting around

By Car:Bali@Avalon is a 1 hour drive to from the Perth CBD. Take the Kwinana freeway / Forrest Highway south. Follow the signs to Mandurah, exiting the highway onto Mandjoogoordap Drive. Mandjoogoordap Dr will take you onto Old Coast Rd. Keep Heading south over the Mandurah Estuary Bridge for another 9 kilometres until you pass Miami Plaza. Shortly past the shopping centre you will turn right onto Yeedong Rd. Go up and over the hill, when you can see the ocean you are pretty much there.

By Public Transport:Bali@Avalon is easily accessible on Transperth services. The simplest option from the Perth CBD is to catch the Mandurah Train line from Perth Underground to its end. Catch a 592 bus to stop 22575. You will find us across the street just to the left. To return catch the 592 bus from in front of Bali@Avalon (Bus Stop 24296) and do the same in reverse. The trip should take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. Services can be a bit limited so it is always best to check the Transperth journey planner ahead of time. There is also a more frequent bus service running from a short walk away.

Assistance

We may be available to assist you with a pick up for a small fee, depending on our schedules and availability. Ask us about it in the contact emails.

Other things to note

One night minimum stay.

We offer the option of a continental breakfast Monday through Friday. On weekends we provide a cooked breakfast.

We provide all bedding, as well as bath and pool towels. These will be changed every third day of your stay. If you require extras please speak to us. Beach Towels can also be made available. Nominal fees will apply for additional bedding and towels.

Each room is provided with a refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities. Simple basics such as glassware are provided in room.

We think we have a very distinctive place, and we aim to provide you with an exceptional stay. Please ask if you have special requests with which we might assist. If we reasonably can we will.

Please note, we are catering for a relaxing adult environment. The layout and garden are not suitable for small children or boisterous play.