SECLUDED BEACH BLISS
If your idea of holiday heaven is a beautiful secluded beach all to yourself, get ready to fall in love with Yondah Beach House!! This gorgeous pet-friendly hideaway on 150 oceanfront acres is a unique blend of luxe-in-nature comfort and seclusion in a truly stunning coastal setting. Yondah is all about seclusion, space and simple elegance by the sea.
WILD BLUE YONDAH
Yondah Beach House blends seamlessly with the surrounding coastal wilderness. Huge picture windows let the natural surroundings take centre stage while four roomy decks offer stunning ocean views to Kangaroo Island.
Inside, Yondah sleeps up to 8 guests in three spacious bedrooms, each with its own sparkling designer bathroom. All the creature comforts are there too including SmartTV and free NBN satellite internet. Indulgent touches such as crisp white hotel-style linens, an outdoor hot water shower and a roaring wood fire enhance the soul-soothing tranquility of this gorgeous coastal retreat.
MAGIC ALL YEAR ROUND
In summertime, the living is easy at Yondah. Enjoy picnics and lazy afternoons on your own golden beach, or grab a snorkel and play with curious baby fish in one of the nursery rockpools. Sip drinks at sunset and enjoy a spectacular light show from the sheltered deck-for-two, then fall asleep gently, lulled by the song of the surf and calling seabirds.
In autumn enjoy long golden days, the crisp fragrant sea air and the last of the summer flowers. If you’re feeling energetic you can Walk the Yorke which passes Yondah’s gate. In winter, snuggle up in front of a roaring open fire while thunderstorms lash the landscape. Or rug up and enjoy a clifftop stroll… you might spot fur seals rolling in the surf or a whale breaching in the bay. Yondah really is the perfect place to coast!
WILDFLOWERS, WILDLIFE AND STARS
Spring is the best time for wildflowers. Native orchids and other coastal plants burst into flower along the windswept cliffs. After good winter rains, the native grasslands become a blanket of vivid green moss dotted with tiny donkey orchids and the delicate white flowers of the carnivorous sundew. Look for kangaroos at first light and at dusk, and keep an eye out for the rare white-bellied sea eagle and osprey as they soar on coastal thermals.
In the scrub you’ll find noisy flocks of babblers, wrens, silvereyes and tiny pardalotes. At night a carpet of stars spreads all the way from one horizon to the other. Watch for comets and meteorites, and experience starlight so bright you’ll cast a shadow! Without city lights nearby, you’ll even see the stunning Magellanic Clouds, two of our closest neighbouring galaxies, and the dusty spirals of our own Milky Way.
THINGS TO ENJOY AT YONDAH
150 oceanfront acres with a secluded sandy beach just for you
Look for fur seals and their pups playing and fishing in the surf
Explore pristine areas of mallee scrub filled with spring flowers, birds and kangaroos
Snorkel with curious baby fish in one of the nursery rock pools
Swim in the clear, turquoise waters of the Southern Ocean
Hunt for rare orchids – there are more than 30 species at Yondah
Stroll along the clifftops and spot a humpback or southern right whale
Give your camera a serious workout
Breathe deeply and just soak in the peace and the salty sea air
Visit one of South Australia’s tourism jewels, the spectacular Innes National Park
Walk the Yorke – this amazing 500km coastal walking trail passes your gate
Explore southern Yorke Peninsula using our itineraries and special offers
Choose a package tour to discover more of the region’s secrets
Create with gorgeous fresh local produce in your fully-equipped kitchen
Sit back, glass in hand, and enjoy a spot of birdwatching in the garden
See resident kangaroos feeding at dusk on the marsupial lawn
Enjoy a truly spectacular coastal light show at sunset
Share a romantic chef-prepared dinner-for-two high up on a dramatic clifftop
Experience starlight so bright you’ll cast a shadow
Snuggle up by a roaring log fire as wild ocean storms lash the landscape
Fall asleep gently, lulled by the song of the surf and calling seabirds