Located in a tranquil setting, Yaraandoo is surrounded by natural bushland, offering 8 kilometres of graded bushwalks and safe access to a wide variety of different habitats and eco-systems. Visit the Yaraandoo website.
The self-contained family area is an ideal base for a large group exploring the area. It sleeps 12 people boasts a kitchenette with a large games room, television, pool table and spacious sitting area. There is a toy box full of colourful things for the kids, and plenty of bush for them to explore. The rooms overlook the surrounding native gardens and bushland, with a fully undercover BBQ area. They feature beautiful mud brick walls. The rooms are heated with a hot water system that runs throughout the building. The bathroom facilities are shared. This area requires a minimum of two rooms and a two night stay.
Yaraandoo sits between the Serpentine River and Bullock Creek. Both streams plunge through remote canyons and rocky outcrops. Yaraandoo provides an excellent base from which to search the wilder gorges for the elusive trout.
Either spin or fly-fishing is permitted. Worm fishing is not permitted. It is strongly advised that guests seek permission to fish other rivers in the area. Some rivers will be signposted if fishing is not permitted.
Guided fly-fishing trips can be organised at Moffat Falls, these are private streams that offer the best population of rainbow trout. Find out more here.