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About the House

    Built in the 1980s, Minnie Beach House has long been a holiday destination for fishermen, nature enthusiasts and beach lovers. Renovations have recently been completed by a band of impressive local tradespeople to transform our beach house into a beautiful contemporary sanctuary with breathtaking ocean views. We are proud to say that our amazing design team have won an award for their creative  design and our … Continue reading About the House

Minnie Water

Things to do

Adventurous things to do: Fishing Hiking Boating Swimming Surfing Birdwatching Visits to other local towns including Wooli, Diggers Camp and Sandon (by 4WD) Yuraygir National Park Some more ideas can be found here: Go Wild about Wooli & Minnie Water Food options: Minnie Beach House has a fully equipped kitchen with gas cooktop and an outside BBQ. Minnie Water has one general store and cafe, open … Continue reading Things to do

Beach and rock pools right in front of the house, Minnie Water

Local History

The Yaegl and Gumbaingirr people are the traditional custodians of the country that includes Minnie Water. These nations form a distinct cultural group with a matrilineal (maternal) descent line and they continue to maintain a strong cultural link with this land. Colonisation commenced around 1828 and was relatively slow. Settlement by cedar getters and pastoralists followed from the 1840s. Over the years industry based on cattle, bees, … Continue reading Local History