Saltwater Sunrise

We recently visited Saltwater Sunrise to share a meal with the hosts Rita and Bruce, to take a look around their gorgeous property, and to stay the night. It’s stunning, but we will let the pictures tell the rest of the story.

All images courtesy of @sideprjct

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Located at Falmouth, midway between the Bay of Fires and Freycinet National Park, Saltwater Sunrise offers private, luxurious oceanfront accommodation. Luxury oceanfront villas are literally 50 metres from the private beach, each offering stunning ocean views, and huge bathrooms with deep-set baths. The private open plan villas are ideal for couples on a romantic getaway. Wander along the foreshore, soak up the luxury of your villa or take a short drive to experience the vineyards, beaches, towns and countless activities of the Great Eastern Drive.

You can find out more on their website here.


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