Things to Do

Daiella Chalet 004[1]Relax

Take a leisurely stroll through our established cottage and native gardens, or find your own peaceful nook to just sit and enjoy.


 

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For breathtaking cliff top walks, the Bibbulmun track and coastal nature reserves adjoin our front gate, or for a more leisurely stroll, simply enjoy a peaceful walk through the forests and wetlands on the property.


 

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Mountain bike enthusiasts can enjoy trail riding along the world renowned Mundabiddi Trail, which passes nearby the property.


 

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Keen surfers don’t need to look far to find quality waves. Lowlands Stone Cottage is centrally located to great surf with names such as Lowies, Anvils, Ocean Beach, Bornholm, Dingoes, Mutton Bird, Floodgates and Sand Patch. All quality beach breaks suitable for beginners to advanced surfers. We are happy to provide you with some local knowledge to get you into the right waves. We even have loan surfboards if you don’t bring your own.


 

DSC_0195Bird watching
Lowlands Cottage is home to an abundance of birdlife. From the spectacularly beautiful little Blue Wrens to the distinctive sound of the Golden Whistler, and the vast number of waterbirds that visit the property, there is always something for the keen bird-watcher to see.


 

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Farm animals
Meet our friendly farm yard animals. There are chooks, ducks, horses, sheep, cows, calves and Ziggy the bull, not to mention Bailey and Turtle the farm dogs.


 

DSC_0524Country life
We encourage guests to wander around the farm to discover a taste of rural life. We are always on hand to explain how things work or offer an insight into life on the land.


 

P1010830Local beaches and coastline
The south coast of Western Australia has some of the most magnificent beaches in the world. Nestled amongst the granite outcrops and soaring limestone cliffs between Albany and Denmark are some of the hidden gems. Pristine sandy beaches with impossibly white sand and turquoise waters are tucked away into small bays and coves along this beautiful stretch of coastline. Lowlands Stone Cottage is centrally located only a short distance from the spectacular Lowlands Beach, with Anvil, Shelley, Cosy Corner and Mutton Bird beaches just a few kilometres away.


 

Denmark
Take a 20 minute drive west to Denmark and beyond to enjoy world-class natural attractions, including the Valley of the Giants, home of the world famous Tree Top Walk, stunning beaches such as Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks, and a wonderful array of wineries, arts and crafts, cultural diversity and nature based tourism.

Denmark offers some of the State’s most dramatic coastlines, stunning forests, idyllic beaches, turquoise waters, lush green forests and farmlands, extraordinary tours and attractions, award winning wineries and restaurants, and amazing natural wonders.


 

Albany
Take a 30 minute drive east to Albany and discover the rich history of Western Australia’s very first European settlement. Visit Discovery Bay and Whale World to explore Albany’s fascinating whaling history. Discovery Bay now encompasses a stunning Botanic Garden of plants from Western Australia’s south coast as well as a close up experience with friendly Australian wildlife.

Visit the National Anzac Centre, where the Anzacs of the First World War are honoured. Set within Albany Heritage Park, the Centre offers visitors a deeply personal connection with the Anzac legend revealed through interactive, multimedia displays; unique artefacts; rare images and film; and audio commentary.

Albany abounds with an amazing variety of restaurants and cafes. Indulge your taste buds in some of the regions finest eateries serving up the freshest produce the Great Southern has to offer.