This is a wonderful place to stay and enjoy kangaroos, cockatoos and hens socialising with you at your cabin door. About 7km from Merimbula, so close enough if wanting to dine out, but cabins have everything needed for self catering (and there is a large supermarket a few kilometres away at Tura). Bush surrounds, well away from the road, mean a peaceful night's sleep in ageing, but comfortable, and spacious wooden cabins. Woodbine Park has large acreage so strolling and enjoying nature without having to get in the car is an option. Situated on the edge of Bournda National Park and entry to North Tura Beach, is a great place to get away from the crowds in a natural Australian setting.
Exceelent experience. Kids love this place. Closer to the beach, feeding kangaroos, excellent customer service. I was not sure when booked this place. But my mind changed and kifs had loads of fun, close to nature, quite and enjoyable which led to extend my stay for one additional day.
What an amazing Place. My Mum comes here once a year and always feels at home. Carole says " I love having nature at my doorstep, especially when i wake up and the local kangaroo's are looking through my door. Julie and Gwilym are the most amazing hosts and I always feel like I am at home with my family. I would recommend this place to everyone as it suits families, couples and even like me having a little time to myself."
This destination must be good because we have been returning back there for 5 years now as a place to chill and recharge our old batteries and this year to celebrate 9 years of marriage. We feel like we reaccquaint ourselves with 5 generations of joeys, from pouch to ouch when some that are half their Mum's size decide to take as run and jump back into Mum's pouch usually leaving long back legs hanging out. Backing onto the Bournda National Forret means that there is always some animal activity to observe, whether is is the cckies looking down at you from the spout to ssee what is on offer or flying through the carports at a great rate of knots. This break lets my husband gather no hunting but gather firewood that is supplied for you to fill uo your buckets and he must have fire in the pot belly stove even if it is not required but it can get cool at night in November, I have said all the wonderful things about Woodbine in all of my other yearly reviews. It is so good, we are returning in March 2020 for husband's birthday. Hopefully the weather will be a tad warmer and I can try out the great pool. Just go and see for yourself and you will love it and be return clients before you know it. They even supply free of charge your first two bags of bird seed and kangaroo pellets. Plenty of room for kids to bike ride, play cricket, golf or tennis (not just the kids) or just run around but not chase the wild life PLEASE. Cabins have carports great for sitting under if wet whilst the car gets aa free wash or to be in the shade whilst the car takes advantage responsibly of available shade. just take yourself and your clothing, towels for pool and togs, take your own supply of food or not full sized kitchen facilities, washing machine, pegs and sufficient fr one wash soap powder if you feel the need to wash clothes whilst away chilling out. Fun Mountain not far away may or may not be open, check first and Potaroo Palace again not far away are great places to visit. Bega has the Heritage Cheese factory and a great Chinese lunch at the Grand Hotel very, very, reasonably priced and very, very good value for money. Fresh oysters available close by, food shopping very close from the fresh food people and numerous eating places and clubs to try out. Go and YOU WILL ENJOY.…
The cabins are beautiful. Wonderful fireplace with plenty of wood right in our backyard, very friendly staff and stunning location. We were given kangaroo pellets and bird seeds on arrival and fed Kangaroos from our hands. Couldn't have asked for a more perfect, peaceful getaway. We were recommended this place by a stranger at a cafe and I would absolutely recommend it to others for a peaceful Australian bush experience.