Wongabeena Homestead offers a beautifully appointed self contained apartment with spectacular views. If you wish to experience complete relaxation in a world far away from the hectic way of life, this is the spot to be.
This spacious apartment with its own entrance is surrounded by million dollar views. On entering you will immediately notice the high standard of furnishing and finishes. Your spacious living room offers a very comfortable 2.5 seater sofa and 2 separate armchairs, a 4 seater dining set, and a new kitchen with microwave and cook top facilites. The adjacent spacious bathroom has a modern feel, with a separate shower, bath, and double basin. Your bedroom with queen size bed, luxury bedding and mirrored wardrobes makes the feeling of indulgence complete. Wongabeena homestead is ideally suited for couples, but the 2.5 seater in the lounge does convert into a sturdy double sofabed, which offers accommodation for an extra couple or children.
The apartment is a separate part of our home. It has it's own entrance with only you (your group) staying and free access to the property grounds including spacious yard and gazebo, your own verandah and outdoor settee, access to BBQ, washer and dryer. Porta cot and high chair can be made available upon request at booking.
Wongabeena Homestead offers the ideal location for complete relaxation, but is also centrally located as a base for the many activities that can be undertaken.
We have listed some of them below. If you wish to know more, feel free to call us.
Things To Do
There are many activities in the Mansfield/Merrijig area such as snow skiing (in winter), horse riding, Lake Eildon boating and fishing, bushwalking, hot air ballooning, golf, plus Mt Buller's many winter and summer activities. Weekend events range from Mansfield"s bush markets, which are held four times a year, to the Tolmie Sports day held every year in February and the Merrijig Rodeo which is held on Labour Day weekend, ensuring that there is plenty of activities to entertain you all year (website hidden) Buller
With glorious views across the Alpine National Park, snow activities in winter and bushwalking or mountain bike riding in summer, Mt Buller is a great place to visit all year round.
There are a number of trail riding businesses in the area, offering yard led walks for the young ones, through to weekend trips and longer rides. Have a look at their sites.
It is important to book early to avoid disappointment.
Hidden Trails (close to your apartment)
High Country Horses Trail Rides
Watsons Mountain Country Trail Rides
McCormacks Mountain Valley Trail Rides
The alpine area has hundreds of 4WD tracks, most of which open over the summer season. Talk to the Mansfield Information Centre on for up to date information on which tracks are open.
Take a scenic tour to explore the High Country. Visit the famous Craig's Hut which has been rebuilt following its destruction during the 2007 bushfires.
Stirling Experiences 4WD
High Country Scenic Tours
If being on the ground is too slow ? take the opportunity to explore the Alpine Region from the air!
Alpine Helicopter Charter Scenic Tours
White Water Rafting
There are many great walking tracks in the area. Check with the Mansfield Information Centre on or more information on bushwalking tracks.
Drop in to the Snowy River Rug Company to get the low down on the best fishing spots in the area. They have all the gear to back you up on your next adventure.
Mansfield Golf Club (18 holes)
24 Kidston Pde Mansfield 3722
We offer to show guests our small farm animals including 2 mini horses, a flock of sheep, Sanzac the alpaca and a handful of chickens, the vegie patch and a chat about what keeps us 'ticking' if they wish. Obviously we respect guests privacy.
Wongabeena Homestead is a pet free accommodation.
A gas bbq is available for guests to use.
Check-in is from 2 pm, check-out till 11 am. Late check-out on request.
No smoking inside the apartment.
We expect guests to behave normally and respect the apartment, it's contents and the property.
We love travelling and discovering other cultures. Although we have lived in Europe for most of our lives, there are still many places we want to visit. We prefer to stay with other people on our trips as we learn so much more about their way of life