Shack 23 is a quaint holiday home situated in picturesque Arno Bay, South Australia. Set up as a true holiday shack, to ensure you have all the basic needs to enjoy the district.
A little, cosy 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom property which has been equipped to sleep up to 9 people comfortably. Generous outdoor undercover outdoor entertaining, and off street parking. A short stroll from both the boat ramp, jetty, local store and pub too!
Bedroom 1 and 2 are equipped with double beds; not a huge amount of space - but you're on holiday - so beds are meant for sleeping! The common living area is equipped with bunk beds, a stand alone single bed and a sofa bed.
The property has a fully functioning kitchen, including dishwasher, gas hot water system, washing machine, and all the standard amenities to be able to walk in, and feel instantly at home.
Arno Bay is a tiny tourist fishing village on Spencer Gulf between Port Neill and Cowell. The township sprawls from the huge grain silos near the Lincoln Highway, across the flat coastal lands to the small shopping centre, and then on to the Hotel Arno Bay and the Caravan Park which lie between the muddy, tidal Salt Creek and the town's jetty.
There are two ways to reach Arno Bay from Adelaide. If you want to take the fast route by catching the Sea SA ferry which crosses the Spencer Gulf from Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula to Lucky Bay near Cowell on the Eyre Peninsula then Arno Bay is 277 km from Adelaide. If, however, you want to drive via Port Augusta, it is 531 km via Highway 1 and the Lincoln Highway. It is 116 km north of Port Lincoln.
Things to do:
- Fishing and Relaxing
- Clean Seas Tuna Limited
- Navigation Light and Arno Bay Jetty
- Arno Bay Estuary Boardwalk
Arno Bay, Zuid-Australië, Australië