Most of the towns we operate in are relatively small and therefore quiet and peaceful. People visit our regions to enjoy the tranquil beauty of pristine beaches,  diverse natural landscapes and heritage towns that our destinations have to offer.  Please therefore respect the peace and quiet of the area and the neighbourhood that your house is in, and please observe the following common courtesies during your stay:

General house rules

1.Look after your house as if it were your own
2. When staying in our beach houses, wash sand off your feet before entering your house
3.Please sort your rubbish between general waste (red bin) and recyclables (yellow bin)
4.Please put the rubbish bins out on the street when you leave the house, unless otherwise advised by notices that you will find in the welcome booklet for the house
5.Please do not smoke inside any of the houses. When smoking outside, please use an ashtray and put your cigarette butts in the garbage
6.Do not bring dogs or other pets inside unless you have specific permission to do so
7.If you do bring dogs, do not let them wander off a leash
8.If you are staying for a long stay, consider watering any pot plants that may need some sustenance
9.No wild parties, obscene language or fireworks are allowed at any time

On the beach

1.Please carry away all of your litter and place it in the bins provided, either at the beach or back at your beach house
2.Please be considerate of others when playing ball games, music or making any other disturbance
3.No camp fires are permitted on any of the beaches 
4.No fireworks are allowed at any time


If staying at one of our active farming properties, please be mindful of livestock, fencing and dams at all times, particularly if staying with small children.