Wongari Eco Retreat


At Wongari we found an old cabin on a serene stretch of Christmas Creek, turned it into a nature retreat, and called our intimate and romantic accommodation 'Serenity'. We hope you will agree with us.


2 Nights Weekend 

(Includes Friday and/or Saturday night)

Additional night(s)$110 p/n
2 Nights Mid-week$320
Additional night(s)$110 p/n

We supply:

  • King size bed can be made into two singles
  • Bath robes
  • Goose down pillows
  • All linen and towels
  • A Denon bluetooth connected speaker for your own music device
  • Olive Oil, Balsamic Vineger, other kitchen spices and 4Real milk
  • Organic herbal teas by Sophia
  • Toiletries by Corinne of Handmade Naturals



To secure your booking we require a $100 deposit to be paid within 48 hours of your request.

The balance should be paid prior to arrival. Unfortunately, we can not offer credit card facilities at this time. Payment is required by direct deposit one week before  arrival,  cheque  or  cash   ( on checking in ).

Please Note:

Long weekends are a minimum 3 night booking.
Easter Weekend is a minimum 4 night booking.
There is a 2 night minimum stay in Serenity.

Cancellation Policy

If for some reason you need to cancel your stay and we can't re-book another suitable occasion then we reserve the right to keep your payment, either in part or in whole, depending upon the circumstances of the cancellation and the amount of notice provided.



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