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Official site for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Address: 160 Williams Rd, Flaggy Creek, Victoria 3875
Phone: 03 5157 1586 | Mobile: 0438 571 586
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: murnong.com
Experience the tranquillity of Murnong, a private valley with native birds and wildlife, surrounded by forest and farmland.Relax in the comfort of the self contained spacious cottage set in a peaceful established garden. Accommodation includes one queen room and two twin rooms with linen provided.Generous breakfast provisions are supplied and a complimentary bottle of wine with each booking. There is a fully equipped kitchen and laundry.Murnong is ideally located to discover the unique beauty of East Gippsland: national parks, 90 Mile Beach, Gippsland Lakes, mountains, rivers and forests.Murnong is on the coastal route between Melbourne and Sydney and close to the Great Alpine Rd.For a stress free break just listen to the birds, take a walk in the surrounding forest or read a book. Simply relax!
NightlyRate for one or two people. Extra person $20 per night. Please contact for details.
A deposit is required at time of booking. Cancellation policy will depend on circumstances.
Turn left off the Princes Highway at the Meerlieu and Lindenow turn off (261 kilometres from Melbourne between Stratford and Bairnsdale) travel along this road over the Mitchell River. Follow Rodericks Road which goes up the hill. Turn right into Flaggy Creek Road then left into Williams Road. Murnong is at the end of this road.
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