KING ISLAND ACCOMMODATION
King Island offers a range of accommodation styles to suit every taste from hotels and cosy bed and breakfasts to holiday cottages, farm stays and well-appointed coastal hideaways.
Whether you prefer to retreat to the calming waves of a beach to enjoy the solitude or stay close to the main township of Currie, your friendly King Island hosts will be on hand to offer a warm welcome and ensure you have an enjoyable and memorable visit.
You can choose from 4 areas of accommodation on King Island.
Accommodation - Yambacoona
Accommodation type:Farm Stays, Self Contained
Arriving at Yambacoona House is an experience in itself. Sweep through the countryside up the North Road and up Yambacoona Road. Navigate the wildlife as you glimpse the house in the distance. Navigate round the hedge to the front of Yambacoona House and the grand entrance. Here is our home away from the world. Welcome to Yambacoona House.
Built in 1902, this large federation house sits on 17 acres of land, with panoramic views across Yambacoona and to the hills. This is a unique King Island property that will make you feel a world away from your world. Surrounded by wildlife, earth, wind and fire. Yambacoona House is the legacy of cattle kings. Built buy the original cattle baron of the north, Francis Stephenson, and for a while owned by the ultimate Australian cattle lord, Sir Sydney Kidman, the great grandfather of Nicole Kidman.
Standing at the norther end, 15 minutes from Cape Wickham, Yambacoona House is the reminder of a King Island and Australia that has gone. Full of the histories of local people, and the stories of the past, this house has been brought back from the brink to be a place for people to be with people.
Designed to host 2 families or 8 people in comfort, you will find ample room for adults and the kids to have space. The grounds at Yambacoona House are a haven for wildlife, from wallabies to echidnas – you’ll find something always happening in this world away from the world.Read more