This is it! Where the mists of time roll back and reveal azure blue skies reflected in the cool clear waters of Cloudy Bay Lagoon, Bruny Island.
If you yearn for an uncomplicated existence but with the conveniences of modern life, this is the holiday location for you. Cloudy Bay Lagoon Estate is a wonderfully appointed architecturally designed home sitting at the edge of Cloudy Bay Lagoon. A short walk will take you down to the water’s edge where you can fish, explore the shoreline, watch for birdlife or just sit and meditate.
An ambient atmosphere permeates this house, with inside and outside living areas catering for larger groups or intimate weekends.
Be immersed, visit Cloudy Bay Lagoon Estate at Bruny Island Tasmania
Cloudy Bay Lagoon Estate Accommodation
Cloudy Bay Estate features clean modern lines with a fully appointed kitchen, an open plan living space complete with a light and airy dining area that takes in a full 180 degree view of the Cloudy Bay Marine Conservation Area.
The Master bedroom has a magnificent view of Cloudy Bay Lagoon and all five bedrooms are tastefully decorated. This property can sleep up to 13 people, with four double rooms and a bunk room. This air-conditioned holiday home provides all the essentials plus more.
Cloudy Bay Lagoon Estate is located at the southern end of Bruny Island, and is a short walk to the shores of Cloudy Bay Lagoon.
Address: 810 Cloudy Bay Rd, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia
Cloudy Bay Lagoon Estate is amazing. Driving down the long private driveway through Tasmanian bushland this luxury home is a hidden gem. The wood heater was going when we arrived warming this large modern home with floor to ceiling views across cloudy bay lagoon, the bush and the far distant peaks of the southern mountains of Tasmania. The living – dining - kitchen space is very well designed. Open plan, but spacious and defined areas. Great for families or larger groups. The focal points for the living space is the magnificent view and the fire with large separate cosy room for watching the giant TV. The kitchen is well equipped, modern and great for a big dinner or lunch party and although there is a dishwasher we didnt use it for water conservation sake and anyway the sink has the best view! There is also a huge deck with undercover outdoor table for warmer months. Five clean and comfortable bedrooms allow for many guests and the layout of the house is roomy enough so you have some privacy and space but it is also easy to close off areas to make a cosy holiday home for a smaller family of four. (There is a laundry, two toilets, two showers and two baths. A smaller one, great for the kids, and a huge bath with outdoor views though I would not dare use that much water) The cleared area around the house was brilliant for our kids to run around spotting wallabies and Black Currawongs as we gathered kindling for the outside fire area and toasted marshmallows. The path down to the lagoon is direct and super easy with a small sandy beach and colorful rocks to wander around and explore. Our kids spotted an echidna as soon as we walked down. The lagoon is very shallow and protected so would be brilliant for kids in the warmer months and at low tide it is easy to wander around looking at soldier crabs and bird life. Its only moments down the road to Cloudy Bay beach if you want a surf beach or super long sandy walk and close also to many bush walking tracks around the south coast. John was an excellent host and made great exploring suggestions and the wood pile was well stocked for keeping the house toasty in these cold winter weeks. It is a treasure. We will definitely come again and bring our friends.
Gorgeous place to stay with friends and relax into a few days of quiet living. We loved watching the light change over the lagoon from the deck, and if it was chilly the view was no less stunning through the huge windows from in front of the fire. The kitchen was fantastic for those of us who love to cook, and the dinning table a perfect spot for a few after dinner drinks and laughs. We fished the lagoon without luck, but were happy to have an excuse to wade about taking in the views. Birds everywhere, swans, sand pipers, and herons in the water, plovers, green parrots, and wrens about the deck, a falcon or two, and a less than impressed Wedge-tail being harassed by Currawongs. Perfect time away.
Our group of 8 came to see the Aurora, but unfortunately the sun didn't cooperate this time.We now know the best place in Tassie when we come again to see it.The house is magnificent and we were particularly amazed to see the thousands of crabs scuttling across the sand at the beach. Highly recommended.
We had an awesome time – saw the Sea Eagles battling a seal for fish on the last morning ! Great house. If we could turn back time we’d have booked a longer stay. We believe we’ll be back !
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I have just returned from my 2nd stay in this special spot. The first was a reunion with school friends and this time a family get together with 3 families and grandparents. We were all very comfortably accommodated and loved the home and location. Ben was especially helpful when making the booking and supplied us with clear directions and information about Bruny Island; it’s history, attractions and suggested activities. We have all returned home with very special memories of a relaxing holiday in a beautiful and secluded location.
We were a group of five couples - all middle aged middle class professionals and we had THE BEST three nights over New Year at this place. I cannot recommend it highly enough. The solitude and landscape is second to none. Five stars!