À propos de ce logement
Experience an amazing night in an Old School Bus with all the comfort of a house! What's inside? Kitchen, Shower, Toilets, one separate room with a double bed, two single beds (including one ONLY suitable for children until 7yo)
IMPORTANT : please arrive before 6.30pm (notify us if you arrive later)
Waminda, meaning « peace and tranquility » in Aboriginal language, is an 11 acres farm that welcomes injured animals and gives them shelter, food and love. We have Dingoes, kangaroos, emus, parrots, ducks, geese, chicken, peacock, horse, snake, dog, fish, frogs… You can help to feed the animals and get to know them better. Have you ever wanted to have a parrot on your shoulder, hold a snake, be in a cage full of dingoes or pet a baby kangaroo ? It's possible here in Waminda
Accès des voyageurs
You will be able to enjoy the comfort and originality of the bus and a yummy free breakfast!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We love to have people stay with us and have been welcoming travellers from all over the world for more than 18 years now! You'll have a free tour of the wildlife sanctuary and you'll learn a lot about our animals!
Our property is in the middle of a wild and beautiful nature, just check our presentation video on youtube to get a better idea of the place.
Waminda Wildlife Sanctuary is only 10-15 minutes drive from Geraldton, and 5 minutes from the beach!
Many species of native flowers and plants grow here, some rare, some endangered. Walminda is also very self-sufficient. Making our own resources is a way of life here. With solar panels, windmills and a kitchen garden, we furnish our own electricity, water, vegetables and herbs and we would be pleased to show you how it works.
We are very relaxed and want you to feel home here at Waminda!
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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Waminda, meaning « peace and tranquility » in Aboriginal language, is an 11 acres farm that welcomes injured animals and gives them shelter, food and love.