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The House

This Moreton Island house accommodation is located on half acre of bushland setting in the settlement of Bulwer, on the eastern side of Moreton Island.

It is a well presented three bedroom home which is fully self contained.

Large cathedral ceilings cypress pines beams, polished timber floors and a unique timber spiral staircase.

The lounge room contains a lounge suite, dining setting, TV, DVD player and Stereo. Some board games and an assortment of reading material are also available for your use.

The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge/freezer, a gas upright stove and all the necessary kitchen utensils and crockery.

The bathroom, toilet and laundry are all separate and the laundry contains a washing machine and a large freezer for all those big catches of fish you may wish to freeze to take home.

There is a queen size bed upstairs in the spacious loft, which looks out to the surrounding treetops.

The namesake "Dolphin" stained-glass window is right above your bed.

Downstairs there are two bedrooms:

  • One containing a double and single style bunk bed.
  • Another containing two single beds.

Pillows, quilts, mattress protectors and blankets are supplied for all bedrooms.

You do need to supply your own linen sheets, towels, tea towels etc. (We can supply for you at an extra charge.) 

All rooms have fly screens.

In total sleeping for seven people .

All power throughout the house is generated by our own solar technology with a generator backup.

Rainwater is collected in the tank and all taps are supplied via a pump.

Natural gas is used for for cooking and hot water.

This all makes the Dolph Inn an eco friendly place to stay.

Step outside and have a cold drink on the verandah which runs along the front of the house. A large gas BBQ and two outdoor settings are there for your enjoyment.

If you are lucky our friendly Kookaburras will fly in for a visit.

The Dolph Inn Self Contained Moreton Island Accommodation
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