Nestled in native bushland on the edge of the Hawkesbury River, Marramarra is a secluded luxury lodge only accessible by boat, seaplane or helicopter.
Nestled in native bushland on the edge of the Hawkesbury River, Marramarra is a secluded luxury lodge only accessible by boat, seaplane or helicopter. The luxury rooms boast understated timber flooring and large riverstone bathrooms, finished with a glass panelled outdoor balcony and unobstructed views. Choose between a Peninsula Tent perched atop the hill with a private view of the river, or the spacious bungalows nestled in the native bushland hills. Among the activities on offer here, guests can enjoy bushwalking in the national park, stand-up paddle boarding or kayaking on the river, or relax with a spa treatment. The food and wine experience is a highlight of any stay at Marramarra Lodge with Budyari Restaurant serving daily gourmet breakfast, light lunch, and a degustation dinner each evening; all included with your stay along with a select mini-bar. Nearby riverfront restaurants such as Berowra Waters are also accessible for an offsite long lunch option, with Marramarra arranging boat transfers.
Daily gourmet breakfast, light lunch and degustation dinner; selection of minibar items; house wines and beverages; boat transfers
Located on the Hawkesbury River and accessible by boat from Mooney Mooney, about an hour’s drive from Sydney. Heli transfer or seaplane transfer options from Sydney are also available.
Best Nearby Walk
Hike to the top of Mt 720
Best Nearby Park
Marramarra National Park
Best Food & Wine Experience
Best Place for Relaxation
On your deck overlooking the river
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Frequently asked questions
When is the best time to visit Tasmania?
Tasmania has a cool temperate climate with four distinct seasons. The warmest months are in summer and early Autumn, from December to March, and the winter is cool with snow in alpine inland areas such as Cradle Mountain.
When is the best time to visit New South Wales?
Much of New South Wales enjoys a mild sub-tropical climate with humid warm summers and mild winters. Sydney and the Blue Mountains region are generally 4 or 5 degrees cooler than the Central Coast and northern NSW Hinterland region including Byron Bay.