Things to see and do​

Here are just a few of the wonderful things to see and do whilst staying with us.

The caves were formed by underground rivers cutting through limestone rock. The formations are created by rain water seeping through cracks and dissolving some of the limestone. 


Discover the beautiful calcite-rimmed pools of Royal Cave and the elaborate stalactites and stalagmites of Fairy Cave on a guided tour. Tours are conducted daily.

Raymond Creek Falls in the south of the park can be reached all year round from Orbost along Moorsford Road.


A short 30 min walking track leads to a view of Raymond Creek Falls plunging 20 metres into a deep, clear pool.

Cape Conran Coastal Park is located near Marlo in Eastern Victoria, Australia, 396 km. from Melbourne. The park consists of 11,700 hectares of coastal wilderness. It fronts onto 60 kilometers of isolated sandy beaches facing south over rugged Bass Strait. The park also has heath lands and banksia woodlands brimming with nectar-feeding birds. Whether it be fishing, surfing, nature walks or just lazing around and catching up on your reading the park has something for everyone.

At the mouth of the legendary Snowy River,  where the Snowy meets the sea, you will discover the tranquil seaside town of Marlo.


At the gateway to Victoria's "Wilderness Coast" in Far East Gippsland, Marlo is set amongst the most beautiful waterways and beaches found in Victoria. Marlo welcomes it's vistors with it's fabulous estuary location, country hospitality, charm and unspoilt environment.


Located about 5 kilometres off the Princes Highway is the southernmost stand of Cabbage Tree Palms in Australia and the only location in Victoria where these palms grow.


The turnoff to the walk is past Orbost and about 5 miles east of Cabbage Tree Creek and is well signposted on the Princes Highway.